WNBA Free Agency
Analysis involving WNBA Free Agents.
2019 WNBA champion Walker-Kimbrough and Gustafson are back!
The Mystics will be competitive this year among a group of top-tier teams that have also shuffled some of their stars.
In addition, the Mystics hope to sign their remaining key free agents this week.
General Manager and Head Coach Mike Thibault gave a blunt analysis on how the Mystics signed Clark and decided not to retain Aerial Powers.
In addition, LaToya Sanders and Natasha Cloud’s contracts have expired, but they can only negotiate with Washington.
The Mystics also want Emma Meesseman back.
The Mystics quietly made some moves last week.
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 Washington Mystics haven’t cored anyone to defend their 2019 WNBA championship. It makes things ... interesting surrounding their top unrestricted free agent.
The Washington Wizards assistant coach and Washington Mystics point guard can now get paid market rate for her NBA gig.
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 2020 WNBA season’s free agency period begins on Feb. 10 with negotiations starting this Tuesday!
Elena Delle Donne, Emma Meesseman and Kristi Toliver won’t all be earning maximum contracts in 2020, assuming all three remain on the Mystics.