PHOENIX – The three-time WNBA Champion Phoenix Mercury today traded unrestricted free agent DeWanna Bonner to the Connecticut Sun in exchange for three first round draft picks, the team has announced. As part of the sign-and-trade deal, the Mercury received the Sun’s recently-acquired No. 7 overall pick in the 2020 WNBA Draft (from Seattle), along with this year’s No. 10 overall pick and a future first-round pick from Connecticut.

“We drafted DeWanna in 2009, and together we won championships in 2009 and 2014,” said Mercury General Manager Jim Pitman. “We watched as she became a Sixth Woman of the Year, All-Star, All-WNBA player, and most importantly a mother. Ultimately, she has decided the next stage of her career does not include us and we wish her the best. She and her daughters, Cali and Demi, will always remain a part of the Mercury family.”

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