The 2019 WNBA champ enters retirement and joins Player Development group for Monumental Sports.
Six-Time All-Star, 2016 WNBA MVP, and WNBA champ re-signs with the Sparks.
4X WNBA Champion, Sue Bird, re-signs with Storm.
The WNBA and NBA Boards of Governors have unanimously approved the sale of the Atlanta Dream.
Check out some of the most notable player movements via free agency and trades this off-season.
In a matter of minutes, the WNBA Free Agency world was turned upside down. Dallas, New York, Phoenix and Seattle all got in on the action.
All WNBA players have been named as the recipients of the 2020 season-long WNBA Community Assist Award presented by State Farm.