Aussies are in the thick of the WNBA offseason madness
As WNBA free agency kicks into gear, it's time to take a look at where the Australians stand amongst the madness that is the WNBA offseason.
The offseason madness of the WNBA is well and truly upon us, with trades happening all over the place, while from today free agents can talk with perspective teams. It’s a sign of things to come as teams are making trades and freeing up cap space to potentially land a big free agent.
Aussies across the WNBA have already been involved in trades over the last 10 days and the free agency signing period officially begins on February 2 (Australian time), so there’s plenty to unpack as season 2023 inches closer.
Kristy Wallace | Dream → Fever
Kristy Wallace is enjoying an incredible season with the Melbourne Boomers —her first season in the WNBL as a full-time starter— and when she returns to the WNBA later this year, she’ll have a new team.