WNBA Injuries

Atlanta Dream
NAMEPOSDATESTATUSCOMMENT
Nia CoffeyFJan 29Day-To-DayCoffey agreed to a contract with the Dream on Sunday, which will become official when free agents can sign Feb. 1, Jackie Powell of TheNextHoops.com reports.
Chicago Sky
NAMEPOSDATESTATUSCOMMENT
Li YueruCSep 14OutYueru (personal) averaged 1.9 points and 1.5 rebounds in 5.1 minutes across 16 appearances during the 2022 campaign.
Connecticut Sun
NAMEPOSDATESTATUSCOMMENT
Bria HartleyGJul 27Out
Indiana Fever
NAMEPOSDATESTATUSCOMMENT
Kelsey MitchellGJul 30Out
Las Vegas Aces
NAMEPOSDATESTATUSCOMMENT
Kelsey PlumGJan 13Day-To-Day
Los Angeles Sparks
NAMEPOSDATESTATUSCOMMENT
Dearica HambyFFeb 2Out
Jasmine ThomasGJan 16OutThomas (knee) was traded from the Sun to the Sparks on Monday in exchange for Olivia Nelson-Ododa, Jasmine Walker and Kianna Smith, Khristina Williams of MSG Network reports.
Rae BurrellGAug 2OutBurrell (knee) will miss the remainder of the 2022-23 season.
New York Liberty
NAMEPOSDATESTATUSCOMMENT
Michaela OnyenwereFJan 13Day-To-Day
Phoenix Mercury
NAMEPOSDATESTATUSCOMMENT
Shey PeddyGJan 13Day-To-Day
Skylar Diggins-SmithGAug 23OutMercury General Manager Jim Pitman said Sunday that Diggins-Smith is expected to be part of the team next year after leaving the organization with two games left in the regular season due to a personal matter, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports.
Seattle Storm
NAMEPOSDATESTATUSCOMMENT
Kia NurseGFeb 3OutNurse agreed to a contract with the Storm on Friday, Alexa Philippou of ESPN.com reports.
Washington Mystics
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Myisha Hines-AllenFSep 9OutHines-Allen (kneecap) underwent surgery Friday to repair a partially-torn patellar tendon in her left knee, Jenn Hatfield of The Next reports.