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 2009.
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Player 2008 Team Transaction
Svetlana Abrosimova Connecticut
Jolene Anderson Connecticut
Tully Bevilaqua Indiana Re-signed with Indiana on Jan. 8.
Kiesha Brown Los Angeles Signed with Washington on May 1.
Latasha Byears Houston
Tamecka Dixon Houston Signed with Indiana on May 4.
Margo Dydek Los Angeles
Katie Feenstra Mattera Atlanta Signed with San Antonio on May 11.
Tye'sha Fluker Chicago
Yolanda Griffith Seattle Signed with Indiana on Feb. 20.
Lauren Jackson Seattle Re-signed with Seattle on May 4.
Cathy Joens Chicago
Shannon Johnson Houston Signed with Seattle on Feb. 23.
Vickie Johnson San Antonio Re-signed with San Antonio on Jan. 8.
Betty Lennox Atlanta Signed with Los Angeles on April 14.
Mwadi Mabika Houston
Hamchetou Maiga-Ba Houston Signed with Sacramento on Feb. 10
Kristen Mann Indiana Signed with Washington on Jan. 20
Chasity Melvin Chicago Signed with Washington on Feb. 9
Chioma Nnamaka Atlanta
Murriel Page Sparks
Ticha Penicheiro Sacramento Re-signed with Sacramento on Jan. 20.
Elaine Powell Detroit
Kristen Rasmussen Minnesota
Tamika Raymond Connecticut
Nykesha Sales Connecticut
Sheri Sam Detroit
Kelly Santos Seattle
Kelly Schumacher Detroit Signed with Washington on May 11.
Olympia Scott Phoenix
Belinda Snell Phoenix Signed with San Antonio on March 30.
Michelle Snow Houston Signed with Atlanta on Feb. 18.
Ann Strother Atlanta
Sheryl Swoopes Seattle
Penny Taylor Phoenix
Nikki Teasley Atlanta Re-signed with Atlanta on Jan. 12.
Kasha Terry Atlanta Signed with Seattle on March 19.
LaToya Thomas Minnesota
Tina Thompson Houston Signed with Los Angeles on March 12.
Erin Thorn New York Signed with Chicago on Jan. 7.
DeMya Walker Sacramento Re-signed with Sacramento on Jan. 14.
Ann Wauters San Antonio
Adrian Williams Sacramento
Player 2008 Team Transaction
Kara Braxton Detroit Re-signed with Detroit on Jan. 9.
Jamie Carey Connecticut
Jen Derevjanik Phoenix
Shyra Ely Seattle Signed with Chicago on Jan. 12.
Vanessa Hayden Minnesota Traded to Los Angeles on Jan. 30.
Roneeka Hodges Houston Signed by Minnesota on May 7.
Dalma Ivanyi San Antonio
Temeka Johnson Los Angeles Traded to Phoenix on March 26.
Laurie Koehn Washington Signed with Phoenix on April 30.
Cathrine Kraayeveld New York Re-signed with New York on Jan. 12.
Doneeka Lewis Indiana Re-signed with Indiana on March 4.
Jessica Moore Los Angeles
Chelsea Newton Sacramento Re-signed with Sacramento on Jan. 14.
Bernadette Ngoyisa Indiana Signed with San Antonio on March 16.
Ashley Robinson Seattle Re-signed with Seattle on Feb. 10.
KB Sharp Chicago Re-signed with Chicago on Jan. 9.
Tanisha Wright Seattle Re-signed with Seattle on Jan. 7.
Player New Team
Chantelle Anderson Atlanta
Suzy Batkovic Seattle
Janell Burse Seattle
Lauren Ervin Connecticut
Marta Fernandez Los Angeles
Chamique Holdsclaw Atlanta
Anete Jekabsone-Zogota Connecticut
Miao Li Jie Sacramento
Chen Nan Chicago
Melanie Thomas Seattle
Player Previous Team New Team
Alison Bales Atlanta Phoenix
Vanessa Hayden Minnesota Los Angeles
Christi Thomas Los Angeles Minnesota
Nicole Ohlde Minnesota Phoenix
Kelly Miller Phoenix Minnesota
LaToya Pringle Phoenix Minnesota
Lindsey Harding Minnesota Washington
Barbara Farris Phoenix Sacramento
A'Quonesia Franklin Sacramento Phoenix
Kim Smith Sacramento Phoenix
Temeka Johnson Los Angeles Phoenix
Ashley Shields Detroit Atlanta
Sidney Spencer Los Angeles New York
Noelle Quinn Minnesota Los Angeles
Raffaella Masciadri Los Angeles Minnesota

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