WNBL: The free agency puzzle is coming together across the league
There's been plenty of movement on the free agency front across the WNBL and we break down the moves that will matter in season 2023/24.
It’s less than three months before the 2023/24 WNBL season tips off with a clash between the Adelaide Lightning and the Melbourne Boomers.
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Many teams have largely put together their rosters for the season, while others are still on the hunt for key players. Free agency has seen some of the biggest names in Australian basketball move to new homes, while the calibre of imports set to land in Australia is proof of the WNBL’s high standard.
Let’s take a look at where teams stand, as we inch slowly closer to what is sure to be a bumper WNBL season ahead.
The Adelaide Lightning have locked away two local stars, while landing a couple of big fish in the import market as they look to improve on last season’s seventh-place finish. One of the most exciting young players in the league, Izzy Borlase, will be back with the Lightning, having signed a two-deal in what is an exciting proposition for Adelaide.
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