When a marquee player like Lauren Jackson hits free agency for the first time, teams hoping to woo the two-time league MVP have little choice but to go to her. And in Jackson's case, that means traveling to Moscow.
Seattle Storm center Lauren Jackson, who would have been a free agent this offseason, is staying put.
Sue Bird is already talking about a new contract in Seattle.
Lauren Jackson, the two-time WNBA Most Valuable Player who led the Seattle Storm to the 2004 championship, will return to Seattle for the 2009 season.
Free-agent Lauren Jackson, the two-time WNBA Most Valuable Player who led the Seattle Storm to the 2004 championship, has decided to play in the league again this summer.
Lauren Jackson will be an unrestricted free agent for the first time in her WNBA career this offseason.
The Atlanta Dream traded forward Camille Little to the Seattle Storm and signing free agent Kasha Terry of Georgia Tech on Monday.
The Storm signed free-agent center Kaayla Chones to a contract, one day after veteran Simone Edwards announced her retirement.
The defending WNBA champion Seattle Storm re-signed reserve center Janell Burse Thursday and added free-agent Australian guard Jessica Bibby to the roster.
The Charlotte Sting signed free agent guard-forward Sheri Sam on Monday.