Keep up to date on the latest transactions with WNBA.com's Transactions page. As front offices around the league start making moves throughout the 2014 season, this page will stand as your go-to source for all of the latest transactions including training camp contracts, signings and player releases. Check out the latest list of free agents, unrestricted free agents and core players on Player Movement Central.

April 30
TeamPlayerTransaction
Atlanta Ashley CorralWaived
Atlanta Danielle WilsonWaived
Atlanta Jacki GemelosWaived
Connecticut Keisha HamptonWaived
Connecticut Shenneika SmithWaived
Indiana Jennifer GeorgeWaived
Indiana Jennifer SchlottWaived
Washington Rachel TeccaWaived
April 28
TeamPlayerTransaction
Connecticut Alyssa Thomas Contract Signed
Indiana Victoria Macaulay Contract Signed
Indiana Jaterra Bonds Contract Signed
Los Angeles Cierra Warren Contract Signed
Minnesota Theairra Taylor Contract Signed
Minnesota Asia Taylor Contract Signed
New York Ebony Hoffman Contract Signed
Seattle Alysha Clark Contract Signed
April 25
TeamPlayerTransaction
Atlanta Shoni Schimmel Contract Signed
Chicago Destiny Williams Contract Signed
Chicago Zhaque Gray Contract Signed
New York Meighan Simmons Contract Signed
Seattle Michelle Plouffe Contract Signed
April 24
TeamPlayerTransaction
Connecticut Yelena Leuchanka Contract Signed
Connecticut Chiney Ogwumike Contract Signed
Seattle Charde Houston Waived
April 23
TeamPlayerTransaction
Atlanta Cassie Harberts Contract Signed
Atlanta Khaalidah Miller Contract Signed
Atlanta Inga Orekhova Contract Signed
Chicago Markeisha Gatling Contract Signed
Chicago Jamierra Faulkner Contract Signed
Chicago Gennifer Brandon Contract Signed
Connecticut Shenneika Smith Contract Signed
Connecticut DeNesha Stallworth Contract Signed
Indiana Natasha Howard Contract Signed
Indiana Haiden Palmer Contract Signed
Los Angeles Antonita Slaughter Contract Signed
Minnesota Tricia Liston Contract Signed
Minnesota Asya Bussie Contract Signed
New York Tyaunna Marshall Contract Signed
Tulsa Theresa Plaisance Contract Signed
Washington Cierra Bravard Contract Signed
April 22
TeamPlayerTransaction
New York Jerica Coley Contract Signed
New York Shanece McKinney Contract Signed
Seattle Valencia McFarland Contract Signed
Tulsa Odyssey Sims Contract Signed
Washington Quanitra Hollingsworth Contract Signed
April 21
TeamPlayerTransaction
Chicago Aaryn Ellenberg Contract Signed
Chicago Yvonne TurnerContract Signed
Indiana Jennifer SchlottContract Signed
Los Angeles Alicia DeVaughnContract Signed
Los Angeles Keena MaysContract Signed
Los Angeles Jackie NaredContract Signed
Minnesota Christina FoggieContract Signed
New York Tyaunna MarshallRookie Tender Made
New York Meighan SimmonsRookie Tender Made
New York Lelani Mitchell Full Season Suspension
Phoenix Maggie LucasContract Signed
Phoenix Tiffany BiasContract Signed
San Antonio Karla GilbertContract Signed
San Antonio Bri KulasContract Signed
San Antonio Heather ButlerContract Signed
Seattle Jasmine ListerContract Signed
Seattle Taylor HallContract Signed
Seattle Mikaela RuefContract Signed
Seattle Chelsea DouglasContract Signed
Washington Stefanie DolsonContract Signed
Washington Bria HartleyContract Signed
Tulsa Amber DvorakContract Signed
Tulsa Ariel Edwards Contract Signed

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