Kevin Durant predicted Charli Collier going first in the WNBA Draft

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Amidst all the drama with the Brooklyn Nets on Thursday with the retirement of LaMarcus Aldridge, Kevin Durant made a prediction on Twitter, sharing his thoughts on the WNBA draft Thursday. There is a long list of talented players that were selected at the top of the board in this year’s WNBA Draft; however, the Nets star has former Longhorn (of course) Charli Collier going #1.

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A few hours later, the Wings selected Collier with the first overall pick. Dallas also possessed the second overall pick, and selected Awak Kuier from Finland.

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For Texas, the 6’5” Charli Collier averaged 20.9 PPG and 12.2 RPG. The 21-year-old played for the Longhorns for three years.