The WNBA trade deadline is July 31, and in the days leading up to it, no one can quite figure out who is a buyer and who is a seller, a reality confirmed when The Summitt reached out to more than a dozen WNBA talent evaluators.
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After all, virtually every team outside of San Antonio can make a reasonable case for playoff contention. The current eleventh-place team in the league is the Chicago Sky, and Amber Stocks’ group just won at Los Angeles, the second place team, and recently crushed Minnesota, the top-seeded team, by 24 points.
With so many teams in limbo, everyone seems to have an opinion. Here are five trades suggested by people within the WNBA. The only rule was, it couldn’t involve your own team.