WNBA Injuries

Atlanta Dream
NAMEPOSDATESTATUSCOMMENT
Aari McDonaldGJun 6Out
Danielle RobinsonGJun 1OutRobinson (knee) underwent a successful left knee arthroscopy Wednesday.
Iliana RupertCMay 18OutRupert's contract has been temporarily suspended by the Dream, Khristina Williams of MSG Network reports.
Chicago Sky
NAMEPOSDATESTATUSCOMMENT
Ruthy HebardFJun 6OutHebard (personal) returned to practice Tuesday, James Kay of TheNextHoops.com reports.
Morgan BertschFJun 6OutBertsch (ankle) was spotted going through rehab during Tuesday's morning shootaround without a walking boot, Julia Poe of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Kristine AnigweFJun 5Out
Rebekah GardnerGJun 1Out
Isabelle HarrisonFJun 1OutHarrison (knee) isn't expected to return "any time soon," Julia Poe of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Dallas Wings
NAMEPOSDATESTATUSCOMMENT
Crystal DangerfieldGJun 6OutDangerfield (ankle) is out for Wednesday's game versus the Mercury, Dorothy J. Gentry of The Athletic reports.
Diamond DeShieldsGMay 30OutDeShields (knee) is expected to miss approximately three months, Jasmine Harper of Winsidr.com reports.
Lou Lopez SenechalFMay 17Out
Indiana Fever
NAMEPOSDATESTATUSCOMMENT
Bernadett HatarCMay 18Out
Los Angeles Sparks
NAMEPOSDATESTATUSCOMMENT
Chiney OgwumikeFJun 6Out
Jasmine ThomasGMay 22OutThomas (knee) isn't doing any five-on-five work yet but is gradually progressing into contact drills, Rahshaun Haylock of KTLA 5 reports.
Katie Lou SamuelsonFFeb 20Out
Minnesota Lynx
NAMEPOSDATESTATUSCOMMENT
Natalie AchonwaFJun 6OutAchonwa (personal) is still not with the team for Wednesday's game versus New York.
Diamond MillerGJun 2OutMiller underwent an MRI that confirmed her diagnosis of a sprained right ankle, and she'll be re-evaluated in the coming weeks, Mitchell Hansen of CanisHoopus.com reports.
Phoenix Mercury
NAMEPOSDATESTATUSCOMMENT
Skylar Diggins-SmithGApr 22Out
Washington Mystics
NAMEPOSDATESTATUSCOMMENT
Myisha Hines-AllenFJun 6OutHines-Allen suffered what appeared to be a neck injury during Tuesday's practice and was helped off the court, Kareem Copeland of The Washington Post reports.