2013 WNBA.com GM Survey: Offseason Moves
Which team made the best offseason moves overall? What was the most underrated player acquisition? What was the most surprising move of the offseason?
Once again, WNBA.com posed questions to the league's general managers to learn what the people who make the decisions really think about these topics and more.
Which team made the best offseason moves overall?
1. Los Angeles Sparks
New York Liberty
4. Washington Mystics
5. Phoenix Mercury
Which one player acquisition will make the biggest impact?
1. Brittney Griner to Phoenix
2. Lindsey Harding to Los Angeles
3. Ivory Latta to Washington
DeLisha Milton-Jones to San Antonio
Cheryl Ford to New York
Candice Wiggins to Tulsa
What was the most underrated player acquisition?
1. Nicole Powell by Tulsa
Candice Wiggins by Tulsa
3. Deanna Nolan (rights) by New York
Noelle Quinn by Seattle
Janel McCarville by Minnesota
Kia Vaughn by Washington
Ivory Latta by Washington
DeLisha Milton-Jones by San Antonio
Which team will be most improved in 2013?
1. Tulsa Shock
2. Phoenix Mercury
4. Chicago Sky
Los Angeles Sparks
What was the most surprising move of the offseason?
1. Lindsey Harding to Los Angeles
2. Ivory Latta to Washington
Mike Thibault to Washington
Taj McWilliams-Franklin retiring
Deanna Nolan (rights) to New York
New York Liberty moves (Nolan-Ford-Katie Smith etc)
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