Minneapolis, MN (Sports Network) - The WNBA announced Thursday that its draft lottery will be held November 10 in New York City.
The lottery typically involves the four non-playoff teams, but Washington, which finished with the second-worst record last season at 6-28, dealt its 2012 first-round pick to the reigning WNBA champion Minnesota Lynx in April for center Nicky Anosike.
Tulsa, which was last in the league at 3-31, has the best odds of obtaining the first overall pick at 44.20 percent. The Lynx have a 27.60 percent chance of winning and are followed by Chicago (17.80 percent), which went 14-20, and Los Angeles (10.40 percent), which compiled a 15-19 mark.
San Antonio will have the fifth pick in the first round, followed by Phoenix and New York. Washington acquired the eighth and ninth selections from Atlanta and Seattle, respectively. Connecticut, Indiana and the Lynx own the last three picks.