NEW YORK (AP) — Las Vegas won the WNBA draft lottery and will have the No. 1 pick.

Indiana will pick second while Chicago will go third and fourth. The Sky acquired the third pick from the Atlanta Dream in a trade.

Las Vegas had the best odds (44 percent) to win Monday's lottery after finishing with the combined worst record the past two seasons while the franchise was in San Antonio. It's the second consecutive year that the franchise has the top pick. The Stars took Kelsey Plum No. 1 last season.

Chicago had the second-best opportunity to get the top choice with just over a 28 percent chance. Indiana had a 27.6 percent chance.

With a stellar senior class, this should be a pretty deep draft headlined by South Carolina star A'ja Wilson.