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WNBA Free Agency

Analysis involving WNBA Free Agents.

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.

Meesseman re-signs with the Mystics

The 2019 WNBA Finals MVP officially re-signed with the WNBA champions. Time to get ring number two!

WNBA Free Agency: Leilani Mitchell signs with the Mystics

Mitchell previously played for Washington in the second half of the 2016 WNBA season and won the 2010 WNBA Most Improved player of the Year award.

The WNBA MVP is officially back!

Elena Delle Donne officially re-signed with the 2019 WNBA champions. Let’s get this going again in 2020!

Meesseman leads Belgium to the 2020 Olympics

The Belgians were behind early on, but a strong second half secured their ticket to Tokyo.

Meesseman and EDD are back!

This is big news. And good news since the MVPs are back!

Meesseman is the Mystics’ top priority in WNBA Free Agency

The Washington Mystics haven’t cored anyone to defend their 2019 WNBA championship. It makes things ... interesting surrounding their top unrestricted free agent.

The Wizards are now paying Toliver the salary she deserves

The Washington Wizards assistant coach and Washington Mystics point guard can now get paid market rate for her NBA gig.

The new WNBA CBA won’t suspend players for going to Women’s EuroBasket

There is a little-discussed change that could sway some Europeans who are on the fence about whether to play in the WNBA. There are no changes for the Olympics, however.

The WNBA’s 2020 free agency, trade deadline period have been set

The 2020 WNBA season’s free agency period begins on Feb. 10 with negotiations starting this Tuesday!

The Mystics will have a tough time offering three new max salaries

Elena Delle Donne, Emma Meesseman and Kristi Toliver won’t all be earning maximum contracts in 2020, assuming all three remain on the Mystics.

Mystics sign Hawkins to one-year extension

Hawkins has played for Washington since the 2014 WNBA season and is averaging a career-high 9.1 points per game.