The 2022 free agency period was hyped to be one of the league’s biggest ever, and so far it has lived up to that distinction. We’ve already seen All-Stars switch teams and power dynamics across the WNBA shift (or in the case of Chicago, concentrate). However, lost in the fanfare of these high profile deals, teams have been making moves within the margins—getting highly productive players to fill the roles necessary to help their new teams meet their highest potential. We’re going to take a look at three such moves. Read More
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