2007 WNBA Player Movement Central

The WNBA free agent period is officially underway. Additional players who may not have been on rosters last season may also qualify as free agents and will be added to the list if and when they sign with a team. Trades, new free agent signings and player retirements will also play a part in shaping rosters in 2007. Note that teams can also "core" players, which takes those players off of the free agency list and gives the team that they last played for exclusive negotiating rights to those players.

UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS
Player 2006 Roster
Svetlana Abrosimova Minnesota Cored; Re-signed on February 21
Tully Bevilaqua Indiana Re-signed with Indiana on February 14
Edwina Brown Houston
Jessica Brungo Connecticut
Janell Burse Seattle Cored; Re-signed on March 8
Tasha Butts Charlotte Signed with Houston Comets on March 5
LaTasha Byears Washington Signed with Houston Comets on April 5
Dominique Canty Houston Signed with Chicago Sky on February 12
Shala Crawford
Edneisha Curry Signed with Los Angeles Sparks on March 5
Tai Dillard
Katie Douglas Connecticut Re-signed on February 7
Summer Erb Charlotte
Allison Feaster Charlotte
Sui Fei Fei
Marie Ferdinand San Antonio Cored; Re-signed with Silver Stars on February 27
Isabelle Fijalkowski
Vedrana Grgin-Fonseca
Yolanda Griffith Sacramento Cored: Re-signed on April 10
Chamique Holdclaw Los Angeles Cored; Re-signed on February 6
Niele Ivey
Shannon Johnson San Antonio Signed with Detroit Shock on March 6
Tiffani Johnson Seattle
Amanda Lassiter Chicago Re-signed on April 11
Lisa Leslie Los Angeles Cored
Taj McWilliams-Franklin Connecticut Cored; Traded to Los Angeles Sparks on February 21
Chasity Melvin Washington Cored; Re-signed with Mystics on February 27
Kelly Miller Phoenix Re-signed on February 15
Michaela Pavlickova
Ticha Penicheiro Sacramento
Elaine Powell Detroit Re-signed with Shock on March 15
Brooke Queenan New York Signed with Seattle Storm on March 13
Kristen Rasmussen Phoenix Signed with Connecticut Sun on February 21
Chameka Scott Sacramento
Gergana Slavetcheva
Maria Stepanova Phoenix Cored
Jurgita Streimkyte
Sheryl Swoopes Houston Cored
Tammy Sutton Brown Charlotte Signed with Indiana Fever on March 23
Penny Taylor Phoenix Cored; Re-signed on March 8
Tina Thompson Houston Cored
Slobodanka Tuvic

RESTRICTED FREE AGENTS
Player 2006 Team
Chantelle Anderson San Antonio
Sue Bird Seattle Re-signed on May 12
Coretta Brown Chicago
Erin Buescher Sacramento Signed with San Antonio on March 6
Iziane Castro Marques Seattle Re-signed on March 29
Kayte Christensen Phoenix Signed with Chicago Sky on March 8
Anna DeForge Indiana Re-signed on March 23
Cheryl Ford Detroit
Shaunzinski Gortman Seattle Re-signed on February 23
Dalma Ivanyi San Antonio
Kara Lawson Sacramento Re-signed on February 8
Stacey Lovelace Chicago
Hamchetou Maiga-Ba Sacramento Signed with Houston Comets on March 7
Carisse Machanguana Connecticut
Tamara Moore Los Angeles Re-signed on March 5
Plenette Pierson Detroit Re-signed on March 21
LaToya Thomas San Antonio Signed with Los Angeles Sparks on May 4
Erin Thorn New York Re-signed on March 7
Ayana Walker Los Angeles Re-signed on February 6
Ann Wauters New York

NEW SIGNINGS
Player Team
Marta Fernandez Los Angeles Sparks

TRADES
Player New Team Old Team
La'Tangela Atkinson Sacramento Indiana
Erika de Souza Connecticut Los Angeles
Katie Feenstra Detroit San Antonio
Becky Hammon San Antonio New York
Sandora Irvin San Antonio Phoenix
Taj McWilliams-Franklin Los Angeles Connecticut
Chelsea Newton Sacramento Chicago
Ruth Riley San Antonio Detroit
Kelly Schumacher Phoenix New York
Olympia Scott Phoenix Indiana
Tangela Smith Phoenix Minnesota
Ann Strother Indiana Phoenix
Adrian Williams Sacramento Minnesota

RETIREMENTS
Player Former Team
Kedra Holland-Corn Detroit
Tynesha Lewis Minnesota
Charlotte Smith Indiana
Dawn Staley Houston

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