2024 WNBA Depth Charts

May 10th 2024

Cooper Boni

We'll update these depth charts throughout the season to account for transactions, news, injuries, and rotation changes. Be sure to keep this article bookmarked.


  • PG - Haley Jones, *Jordin Canada

  • SG - Allisha Gray, Crystal Dangerfield

  • SF - Rhyne Howard, Aerial Powers, Naz Hillmon

  • PF - Cheyenne Parker-Tyus, Nia Coffey, Laeticia Amihere

  • C - Tina Charles, Lorela Cubaj

*Jordin Canada (hand) - Without timeline for return as of May 7.

Atlanta lost its first-round series in the 2023 playoffs but will have a slightly revamped roster this season. Last year, the Dream's 63.2% assist percentage was the third-lowest league-wide. Meanwhile, Canada ranked sixth in assists per game (6.0).


  • PG - Dana Evans, Lindsay Allen, Kysre Gondrezick

  • SG - Marina Mabrey, Chennedy Carter

  • SF - Diamond DeShields, Michaela Onyenwere

  • PF - Angel Reese, Isabelle Harrison

  • C - Kamilla Cardoso, Brianna Turner, *Elizabeth Williams

  • *Elizabeth Williams (knee) - Diagnosed with torn meniscus on June 8.

The Sky made a few big changes this offseason, and they are getting Harrison back after she missed the 2023 campaign. She and Elizabeth Williams have the potential to stand out as one of the league's premiere frontcourts.


  • PG - Tyasha Harris, Veronica Burton, Moriah Jefferson

  • SG - DiJonai Carrington, Tiffany Mitchell, Rachel Banham

  • SF - DeWanna Bonner

  • PF - Alyssa Thomas, Olivia Nelson-Ododa

  • C - Brionna Jones, Astou Ndour-Fall

Jones suffered a ruptured Achilles last June, but she'll be ready for the start of the regular season. Her return should allow Thomas to play her natural position after she was forced to play center for much of last year.


  • PG - Sevgi Uzun, Jacy Sheldon

  • SG - Arike Ogunbowale, Lou Lopez Sénéchal

  • SF - Maddy Siegrist, *Satou Sabally, *Jaelyn Brown

  • PF - Monique Billings, Stephanie Soares, *Natasha Howard

  • C - Teaira McCowan, Kalani Brown

*Satou Sabally (shoulder) - Underwent surgery on February 20; not expected to return until after Olympic break as of June 5.

*Natasha Howard (foot) - Out three-to-six weeks as of May 17.

*Jaelyn Brown (illness) - Out indefinitely as of June 5.

Without Sabally for at least the first part of the season, the Wings will rely on Ogunbowale, Howard, and McCowan to lead the way on both ends of the floor. Sheldon and Jaelyn Brown have real cases for valuable playing time this year after having solid training camps.


  • PG - Caitlin Clark, Erica Wheeler, Grace Berger

  • SG - Kelsey Mitchell, Lexie Hull, Celeste Taylor

  • SF - Kristy Wallace, Katie Lou Samuelson

  • PF - NaLyssa Smith, Temi Fagbenle, Victaria Saxton

  • C - Aliyah Boston, *Damiris Dantas

*Damiris Dantas (knee) - Contract temporarily suspended as of May 13. Without timetable for return.

Clark is getting all the spotlight in Indiana, but the team has other talented players, including Boston and Mitchell. Boston, the unanimous 2023 Rookie of the Year, will look to build off of last season. Taylor and Fagbenle appear to be on the chopping block heading into the May 13 final cut-down date.


  • PG - Kelsey Plum, *Chelsea Gray

  • SG - Jackie Young, Tiffany Hayes, Kate Martin, Sydney Colson

  • SF - Alysha Clark, *Kierstan Bell

  • PF - A’ja Wilson, Emma Cannon

  • C - Kiah Stokes, Megan Gustafson

* Chelsea Gray (leg) - Without timetable for return as of May 18.

* Kierstan Bell (leg) - Expected to miss a couple more weeks as of May 29.

The Aces bring back their core, and despite Candace Parker's retirement, are the favorites to win the WNBA Finals again. Iowa standout Kate Martin is a fan favorite, and it appears she will make the team as the Aces have already trimmed their roster to 12 players prior to the final cut-down date.


  • PG - Lexie Brown, Zia Cooke

  • SG - Layshia Clarendon, Aari McDonald, Rae Burrell

  • SF - Kia Nurse, Rickea Jackson

  • PF - Dearica Hamby, Stephanie Talbot

  • C - Cameron Brink, Li Yueru, *Azurá Stevens

*Azurá Stevens (arm) - Underwent surgery on March 29; re-evaluation toward end of June.

After missing the postseason last year, the Sparks haven't noticeably improved much on paper. With both Ogwumike sisters off the roster and Stevens sidelined, Brink will have an opportunity to make immediate contributions.


  • PG - Courtney Williams, Olivia Epoupa

  • SG - Kayla McBride, Natisha Hiedeman

  • SF - Bridget Carleton, Cecilia Zandalasini, *Diamond Miller

  • PF - Napheesa Collier, Sika Kone, Alissa Pili

  • C - Alanna Smith, Dorka Juhász

*Diamond Miller (knee) - Underwent surgical procedure on May 29; without timetable for return.

The Lynx could take a leap this season, and if so, their young stars Miller and Juhász would likely be the reason. Collier is the team's unrivaled top player, but Miller excelled during her rookie season, averaging 12.1 points per contest and starting every game she appeared in.


  • PG - Courtney Vandersloot, Ivana Dojkic

  • SG - Sabrina Ionescu, Kennedy Burke, Marquesha Davis

  • SF - Betnijah Laney-Hamilton, Kayla Thornton, Leonie Fiebich

  • PF - Breanna Stewart, Nyara Sabally

  • C - Jonquel Jones

After losing in the WNBA Finals, the Liberty are returning much of their core from last season, including the "big three" of Stewart, Jones, and Ionescu. Vandersloot will also be back for her fourteenth season and is attempting to win her second championship.


  • PG - Natasha Cloud, Sug Sutton

  • SG - Diana Taurasi

  • SF - Kahleah Copper, Rebecca Allen, Sophie Cunningham

  • PF - Rebecca Allen, Mikiah Herbert Harrigan

  • C - Brittney Griner, Natasha Mack, Liz Dixon

The Mercury reshaped their roster and seem to have a better outlook than they had at this time last year. The additions of Copper and Cloud alone will undoubtedly progress Phoenix past their league-worst 9-31 record last season.


  • PG - Skylar Diggins-Smith, Nika Muhl, Kianna Williams

  • SG - Jewell Loyd, Sami Whitcomb

  • SF - Victoria Vivians, Jordan Horston

  • PF - Nneka Ogwumike

  • C - Ezi Magbegor, Mercedes Russell

The top storyline in Seattle is Diggins-Smith returning to basketball after going through a tumultuous year with the Mercury. Regarding the end of the roster, Williams is the top candidate to be released by the final cut-down date.


  • PG - Brittney Sykes, Julie Vanloo, Jade Melbourne, *

  • SG - Ariel Atkins, DiDi Richards

  • SF - Karlie Samuelson, Emily Engstler, Shatori Walker-Kimbrough

  • PF - Shakira Austin, Aaliyah Edwards, Myisha Hines-Allen

  • C - Stefanie Dolson

Austin appears to be healthy heading into the 2024 campaign, and her health will remain important, particularly with Elena Delle Donne no longer with the team. Sykes is expected to play even more point guard this season due to Natasha Cloud's departure.