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    The Indiana Fever Receive the Player Contract of Odyssey Sims And The Negotiating Rights of Temi Fagbenle from the Minnesota Lynx. Odyssey Sims was waived by Indiana following the completion of the trade.
    The Seattle Storm Acquire Katie Lou Samuelson (Last played for the Dallas Wings), Mikiah “Kiki” Herbert Harrigan (Last played for the Minnesota Lynx), and Rights to Stephanie Talbot (Last played for the Minnesota Lynx)
    Mercury Acquires All-Star Kia Nurse (Last played for the New York Liberty) And Megan Walker (Last played for the New York Liberty)
    New York Liberty Acquire Natasha Howard (Last played for the Seattle Storm) And Sami Whitcomb (Last played for the Seattle Storm)
    Renee Montgomery Announces Retirement after 11 seasons in WNBA (Last played for the Atlanta Dream)
    Crystal Langhorne Retires after a 13-year professional career (Last played for the Seattle Storm)
    Aces Sign Three-Time WNBA All-Star Guard Chelsea Gray (Last played for the Los Angeles Sparks)
    2020 Most Improved Player Betnijah Laney Signs With New York Liberty (Last played for the Atlanta Dream)
    Minnesota Lynx Sign Kayla McBride (Last played for the Las Vegas Aces) and Natalie Achonwa (Last played for the Indiana Fever)
    The Chicago Sky has signed two-time WNBA MVP forward Candace Parker (Last played 13 season for the Los Angeles Sparks)
    Diana Taurasi, the WNBA’s all-time leading scorer, signs multi-year contract with the Phoenix Mercury
    Free Agency Preview — A Break Down of Each WNBA Team’s Core Players, Reserved Players, Restricted Free Agents, Unrestricted Free Agents, and Returning Players