Some WNBA rosters finalized today

Several teams made cuts one day early today, and finalized their rosters.

Seattle Storm:

Sue Bird
Lauren Jackson
Katie Smith
Ann Wauters
Alysha Clark
Ewelina Kobryn
Shekinna Stricklen
Tanisha Wright
Victoria Dunlap
Camille Little
Tina Thompson

Los Angeles Sparks:

Nicky Anosike
Alana Beard
Marissa Coleman
Ebony Hoffman
Jantel Lavender
Delisha Milton-Jones
Nnemkadi Ogwumike
Candace Parker
April Sykes
Kristi Toliver
Sharnee’ Zoll

San Antonio Silver Stars:

Danielle Adams
Jayne Appel
Tully Bevilaqua
Shameka Christon
Becky Hammon
Shenise Johnson
Ziomara Morrison
Jia Perkins
Danielle Robinson
Tangela Smith
Sophia Young

Minnesota Lynx:

Jessica Adair
Seimone Augustus
Rebekkah Brunson
Amber Harris
Taj McWilliams-Franklin
Maya Moore
Devereaux Peters
Erin Thorn
Lindsay Whalen
Candice Wiggins
Monica Wright

Indiana Fever:

Tamika Catchings
Jessica Davenport
Katie Douglas
Sasha Goodlett
Roneeka Hodges
Briann January
Earlana Larkins
Erin Phillips
Jeannette Pohlen
Tammy Sutton-Brown
Shavonte Zellous

The Storm and the Sparks are the only two teams to accurately reflect the 11-woman rosters on their web pages right now. The Silver Stars, Lynx and Fever put out enough information about cuts that fans can still look at their websites and put two and two together. Teams that are still question marks at this hour are the Shock, the Sun, the Mercury, the Sky, the Liberty, the Dream and the Mystics.

WNBA transactions page.

Look at the brutality from yesterday and today:

May 16

The Phoenix Mercury waived Chastity Reed, Dymond Simon and Amanda Johnson
The Connecticut Sun waived Sidney Spencer
The San Antonio Silver Stars waived Loree Moore and Porsha Phillips
The Chicago Sky waived Felicia Chester

May 15

The Los Angeles Sparks waived Khadijah Rushdan, Ashley Shields and Darxia Morris

Shock Coach Gary Kloppenberg has been perhaps the most vocal in saying how much he dislikes making cuts, because every player teams have to let go are WNBA-ready. Indeed. The league needs two more teams to hold all of the amazing athletes that just got cut. It’s heart-breaking.

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  1. I totally agree! I Live in Miami, why is it that we don't have a WNBA Team. I think WNBA players should make a little more in salaries across the board also.!!! Bring a WNBA team to MIAMI!

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