All-Time WNBA All-Star Trades

Williams joins the Indiana Fever.
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NEW YORK, May 1 -- Today's San Antonio Silver Stars and Indiana Fever trade involving three-time WNBA All-Star Natalie Williams marks the eleventh time in league history that a former All-Star has been traded.

Williams, a 6-2 forward from Salt Lake City, Utah was part of a four-player trade with San Antonio that sent Indiana draft picks Sylvia Crawley (former Portland Fire forward, selected by the Fever with the seventh pick in the dispersal draft) and Gwen Jackson (University of Tennessee forward, sixth overall pick) to the Silver Stars, and first-round draft selection Coretta Brown (University of North Carolina guard, pick no. 11) from San Antonio to Indiana.

Get the full story on today's blockbuster trade.

Here's a look at all 11 All-Star trades:

PLAYER
TEAM
ALL-STAR YEARS
TRADE DATE
NEW TEAM
Natalie Williams San Antonio Silver Stars 1999, 2000, 2001 May 1, 2003 Indiana Fever
Rebecca Lobo Houston Comets 1999 Feb. 13, 2003 Connecticut Sun
Rita Williams* Indiana Fever 2001 July 20, 2002 Houston Comets
Wendy Palmer Detroit Shock 2000 July 8, 2002 Orlando Miracle
Betty Lennox Minnesota Lynx 2000 June 13, 2002 Miami Sol
Rebecca Lobo New York Liberty 1999 April 3, 2002 Houston Comets
Tonya Edwards Phoenix Mercury 1999 June 22, 2001 Charlotte Sting
Nikki McCray* Washington Mystics 1999, 2000, 2001 Dec. 5, 2001 Indiana Fever
Sandy Brondello * ^ Indiana Fever 1999 Dec. 15, 1999 Miami Sol
Tonya Edwards* Minnesota Lynx 1999 Oct. 27, 1999 Phoenix Mercury
Vicky Bullett* Charlotte Sting 1999 Jan. 19, 1999 Washington Mystics

* Traded the year after an All-Star appearance
^ All-Star in 1999 with Detroit. Left unprotected in Expansion Draft and selected by Indiana
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