WNBA Free Agency Basketball

Las Vegas Aces’ Liz Cambage shoots against Washington Mystics’ LaToya Sanders during the first half of Game 4 of a WNBA playoffs in 2019 in Las Vegas.

Some of the biggest stars in the WNBA could be on the move with free agency set to begin this weekend.

Teams can start talking to their own restricted and unrestricted free agents Saturday. Deals can’t be officially announced until Feb. 1.

Everyone in the league would like to add that player who could lead them to the title like Chicago found last season when Candace Parker decided to return home and help the Sky win the franchise’s first WNBA championship.

Some of the top unrestricted free agents include Sue Bird, Breanna Stewart and Jewell Loyd of Seattle; Liz Cambage of Las Vegas; Sylvia Fowles of Minnesota; Courtney Williams of Atlanta and Courtney Vandersloot, Allie Quigley and Stefanie Dolson of Chicago. Former MVP A’ja Wilson is the top restricted free agent, meaning the Aces could match any offer from other teams. She’s not expected to leave Las Vegas.

The most likely players to move include Cambage and Williams.

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