WNBL: 2022 free agency movers and shakers
Taking stock of where the league stands, three weeks into WNBL free agency.
WNBL free agency has been open for just over three weeks now, and there have been some big moves around the league, while some teams are taking their time to assess options out there.
Let’s a take a look at the moves that have taken place so far, ahead of what promises to be an exciting 2022/23 season.
Sydney Uni Flames
Players signed prior to free agency: Shyla Heal, Keely Froling, Kalani Purcell and Kiera Rowe.
It’s fair to say the Flames didn’t get their import signings right last season, and they’ll be hoping to turn that around for 2022/23. Their first import signing is a promising start with the addition of powerful centre Hannah Sjerven, who was drafted by the Minnesota Lynx earlier this year in the third round of the WNBA draft.