WNBA free agency 2023: Dearica Hamby criticizes Aces management after being traded while pregnant

Tracking all the deals and players on the move as negotiations open Saturday

Even before WNBA free agency officially began, there were a few landscape-shifting trades — rare January trades for the league. Teams can begin negotiating with free agents on Saturday. Those deals can be signed beginning Feb. 1. The salary cap for 2023 is $1,420,500, according to Her Hoop Stats. Teams must have at least 11 players with a maximum of 12. The supermax is $234,936, per Her Hoop Stats. The maximum is $202,154 and the minimum for players with zero to two years of service is $62,285 and for three or more years is $74,305.

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Las Vegas Aces' Dearica Hamby (5) plays against the Dallas Wings in an WNBA basketball game Sunday, June 5, 2022, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/John Locher)
Dearica Hamby was traded to the Los Angeles Sparks from the Las Vegas Aces on Saturday. (AP Photo/John Locher)