One of the WNBA's top stars could be changing teams ahead of the 2022 season. Seattle Storm superstar Breanna Stewart took a meeting with a large New York Liberty contingent this week in Los Angeles, according to Yahoo Sports' Chris Haynes.

While nothing is done yet, Haynes notes this meeting could signal the end of Stewart's tenure in Seattle. Stewart is a free agent and is clearly exploring her options.

The Storm selected Stewart with the No. 1 pick in the 2016 WNBA Draft after her illustrious college career at UConn. She has lived up to the hype in the WNBA, leading Seattle to championships in 2018 and 2020. She won MVP in 2018 and won Finals MVPs in both 2018 and 2020.

Stewart did miss the entire 2019 season because of an Achilles injury while playing overseas, but that clearly didn't stop her dominance, as evidenced by the 2020 title. She then had another strong season in 2021, making her third WNBA All-Star Game. Unfortunately, Stewart got injured and missed the playoffs, which saw the Storm lose in a single-elimination game.

Storm legend Sue Bird is set to return for another season, but now there are these rumors of Stewart possibly going elsewhere. We'll see if this is just a normal dalliance in free agency or if she's serious about leaving Seattle for New York.

The Liberty have been one of the worst teams in the WNBA since the departure of Bill Laimbeer as head coach after the 2017 season. New York just hired former Phoenix Mercury head coach Sandy Brondello to turn things around, and getting Stewart to help that cause on the court would be a huge coup.