WNBA free agency: Team-by-team cap breakdown, salaries, signings and analysis

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High Post Hoops is proud to present our 2020 WNBA Free Agency Tracker, your updated guide to all the moves, possibilities and analysis from our unparalleled team of WNBA reporters.

Below is a current look at the cap room for each of the 12 WNBA teams, in light of the coring decisions made Monday. We’ll be updating these as signings happen, while making this one-stop shopping for both potential deal math, and the analysis from our plugged-in team reporters as free agency takes shape.

Some key dates to remember: teams can begin talking to free agents on January 28. Signings can begin on February 10.

And so, without further ado, let’s go team-by-team:

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