SEATTLE — In a back-and-forth overtime duel between the Seattle Storm and the Los Angeles Sparks that lasted until the game’s final seconds, it was the Sparks who got the final word at KeyArena.
MISSOULA, Mont. — The Lewis-Clark Twins scored 10 runs over the final two innings and defeated the Walla Walla Bears 17-11 here Sunday to conclude play in the Missoula summer baseball tournament.
EVERETT — After 10 games, the identity shift is nearly complete as the Storm falls in line behind its new leaders, Natasha Howard and Jewell Loyd.
UNCASVILLE, Conn. — Alyssa Thomas and the Connecticut Sun are tough to beat this season, especially at home.
EVERETT — The Storm opened the exhibition season in a new city and new arena without its head coach and five standouts from last year’s WNBA championship team.
SEATTLE — Seattle Storm coach Dan Hughes had surgery Tuesday to remove a cancerous tumor in his digestive tract.
SEATTLE — The Storm is expected to be without the WNBA’s reigning most valuable player, Breanna Stewart, for the 2019 season, the team announced Wednesday.
SEATTLE — Storm star Breanna Stewart is expected to undergo surgery this week in Los Angeles to repair an injured Achilles tendon, her father Brian Stewart told Syracuse.com on Monday.
SOPRON, Hungary — Reigning WNBA MVP Breanna Stewart was helped off the court during the EuroLeague Women championship game with what appeared to be a serious leg injury.
SEATTLE — In recent years, the Storm didn’t have to put much thought into how it would use its first-round pick in the WNBA draft.
SEATTLE — The defending WNBA champion Storm took its first steps in free agency and re-signed Crystal Langhorne and Mercedes Russell to multi-year contracts.
Sue Bird quit moonlighting overseas during the WNBA offseason some time ago.
SEATTLE — The Seattle Storm is one victory from winning the 2018 WNBA title and claiming the third championship in franchise history.
PHOENIX — One last go-around.
SEATTLE — Of course, Phoenix.
SEATTLE — By virtue of the team’s No.1 playoff seed, the road to the WNBA Finals must wind through Seattle, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the Storm is the favorite to win its third league championship.
INDIANAPOLIS – Natasha Howard collected 19 points, eight rebounds and four assists, Sue Bird became the WNBA leader in minutes played and the league-leading Seattle Storm beat the Indiana Fever 94-79 on Tuesday.