it seems most of the arguments here are that Chicago should have taken Skylar primarily for marketing reasons. Of course, it would have been great to have her playing so close to South Bend. But the other girl, at this point, has a skill set and a height advantage that makes her a "no"brainer" pick if your'e mainly concerned about winning. Yes, the WNBA needs to be marketed better, but so do alot of sports programs including the men's at ND. When you draft players, you're first goal has to be who's the best choice for what we need. If you're intent on building a winner the player from Delaware has to be your pick. The best result will be that Skylar fits in well at Tulsa and plays well. Her shooting needs improving, but her leadership qualitites and desire to win should carry over to the pro game and serve her well.