Iowa's Caitlin Clark goes No. 1 to Fever in the 2024 WNBA Mock Draft, but how else does the lottery work out?

The Indiana Fever secured the No. 1 pick in the 2024 WNBA Draft Lottery, aiming to select standout player Caitlin Clark from Iowa.  

The Fever's consecutive lottery wins position them to form an exciting inside-outside duo with Clark and Boston, potentially transforming the team's fortunes. 

Caitlin Clark, leading the nation in scoring and excelling in playmaking, is poised to become a back-to-back Naismith Player of the Year winner. 

The Los Angeles Sparks, narrowly missing the playoffs last season, secured the No. 2 pick, addressing their need for perimeter talent by likely selecting Bueckers, a skilled guard from UConn. 

Despite injury concerns, Bueckers' shooting and playmaking abilities align with the Sparks' needs, making her a promising addition to the team. 

The Phoenix Mercury, aiming to recover from a challenging period, landed the No. 3 pick in the draft. Despite their slide, they have the opportunity to select the top frontcourt prospect, Brink, as a potential replacement for Brittney Griner. 

Brink, a 6-foot-4 force in the paint, boasts impressive rebounding and shot-blocking stats, making her a valuable addition to the Mercury. 

The Seattle Storm faced challenges in the lottery system due to a decline in performance after being a contender.  

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