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WNBA Free Agency

Analysis involving WNBA Free Agents.

Mystics sign Evina Westbrook

The rookie guard is coming to D.C. off waivers

Mystics sign Japanese PG Rui Machida

Machida is averaging 10.7 points on 59 percent shooting, 8.3 assists and 4.6 rebounds per game for her current professional team. She is best known for leading Team Nippon (and the home team) to the silver medal in the 2020 Olympic Games,

Tina Charles signs with the Mercury

Charles played two seasons in Washington.

Sydney Wiese and Erica McCall are back for 2022

The team announced the 2021 team members’ returns on Twitter today.

Mystics look to reset for 2022 with a pain-free EDD

If most things work out according to plan, the Mystics could be a dark horse championship contender, especially with a healthy Delle Donne. But after two consecutive mediocre seasons, it is understandable that many fans are wary.

Mystics re-sign Walker-Kimbrough

Walker-Kimbrough had a strong season in Washington last season and will return.

The Meesseman Era has come to an end

The veteran post was the first key piece of the Mystics’ rebuild in 2013, which culminated in a championship in 2019.

WNBA Free Agency: Mystics to sign Elizabeth Williams

The veteran center will beef up Washington’s defense after being a mainstay with the Dream for several seasons.

The Sky are pursuing Meesseman in free agency

Chicago Sky assistant coach Ann Wauters, who recently retired after playing in Europe, the WNBA and the Belgian national team, said the team’s existing connections with Meesseman may help lure the unrestricted free agent to the Windy City.

Report: The Mystics will re-sign Hines-Allen

The young rising star is a key addition for Washington as they look to build around other young players like Ariel Atkins and veterans like Natasha Cloud and Elena Delle Donne.

Mystics sign Megan Gustafson to training camp contract

Gustafson suited up for 11 games for Washington last season.

Mystics sign Gustafson, Walker-Kimbrough to seven-day contracts

2019 WNBA champion Walker-Kimbrough and Gustafson are back!

Mystics waive Gustafson, Johnson, Leslie

It is not surprising that Washington waived Gustafson due to an injury hardship. But the additional moves were done to allow for more cap flexibility. They won’t really affect whether Emma Meesseman comes back after the Olympics.

Gustafson signs with the Mystics

The third year forward is on an injury hardship contract.

Mystics sign Klara Lundquist

The point guard from Sweden’s Alvik Basket hasn’t arrived yet due to national team commitments. But she is one of their most promising talents.

Mystics sign Shavonte Zellous

The veteran guard is coming to Washington. She is one-time WNBA All-Star and was part of the Indiana Fever’s 2012 championship squad.

The Mystics sign Theresa Plaisance!

Mystics add another piece to the forward position

Atkins signs extension with Mystics

The Mystics’ future is bright with Atkins staying in D.C.

The Mystics will be one of several 2021 WNBA contenders

The Mystics will be competitive this year among a group of top-tier teams that have also shuffled some of their stars.

Mystics acquire Erica McCall

The Mystics front office was busy this week!

Mystics re-sign Tina Charles

Potential 2021 Champs? We think yes!

Hawkins signs multi-year contract with Dream

The forward played in Washington from 2014-20 and was part of their 2019 championship team.

LaToya Sanders is staying in D.C.

Welcome Back LaToya!!

Meesseman unlikely to return to Mystics until after Olympics

In addition, the Mystics hope to sign their remaining key free agents this week.

Clark’s enthusiasm for the Mystics increased while Powers’ waned

General Manager and Head Coach Mike Thibault gave a blunt analysis on how the Mystics signed Clark and decided not to retain Aerial Powers.

Alysha Clark officially signs with the Mystics

The 2X champ is bringing her talents to another championship team in D.C.

Report: Clark close to signing with the Mystics

The veteran wing is likely coming to the Mystics from the Seattle Storm, where she has become one of the WNBA’s top 3-and-D players.

Powers signs with Lynx

One of the Mystics’ top contributors in the 2020 season is likely heading to another team.

WNBA Free Agency 2021: Mystics’ UFAs include Meesseman, Powers, Charles

In addition, LaToya Sanders and Natasha Cloud’s contracts have expired, but they can only negotiate with Washington.

Mystics re-sign Sutton, Gemelos & Johnson

The Mystics kicked off their off-season by re-signing three reserved free agents.

Charles expected to return to the Mystics next season

The Mystics also want Emma Meesseman back.

WNBA Free Agency: Mystics sign Lee Seul Kang, waive Greenwell

The Mystics quietly made some moves last week.