The 2023 WNBA free agency period is a star-studded affair, and some of the league’s top players may be on the move. 2021 MVP Jonquel Jones has already ignited the offseason action with a three-team blockbuster trade that sent her to New York. Meanwhile, the future of two-time MVP Candace Parker, 2018 MVP Breanna Stewart, 2016 MVP Nneka Ogwumike and many other notable stars remains up in the air. Free agency and player negotiations officially began on Saturday, January 21, and player contracts can be signed beginning Wednesday, February 1. Stay in the know with our free agency player tracker, transaction breakdowns, and more in the free agency hub!

Free Agency Tracker
Do you need to know if your favorite player is still a free agent or if they’re on the move? Check here!
10 Players to Watch
From the 2022 scoring leader to a three-time WNBA champion, the market is loaded with notable talent.
WNBA Free Agency: Decoded
Does free agency and all its accompanying terminology overwhelm you? We got you. Here’s a cheat sheet with a breakdown of the dates and terms!
Jonquel Jones Blockbuster: What Do These Moves Mean?
Just before free agency officially kicked off, the Sun were at the helm of two huge trades that shook up the league.