Wednesday, April 24, 2019

What now? In Stewart’s absence, how Seattle can respond

How do you replace an MVP? It’s a question the Seattle Storm would rather not have to answer, but one that has suddenly cast a...

A rough week for the Seattle Storm

WNBA player news: What now? Ways the Seattle Storm can respond in the wake of the loss of Breanna Stewart. WNBA coach news: Seattle Storm coach Dan...

Good news, bad news, and hirings

WNBA player news: Breanna Stewart's Achilles surgery this morning was successful. Odyssey Sims and Kalani Brown have formed another hoops connection in the WNBA. Han Xu is...

Confirmed

WNBA player news: Finally, it was confirmed this morning that Breanna Stewart suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon and will miss the 2019 WNBA season. The league won't...

No news is not necessarily good news

Breanna Stewart news: Breanna Stewart's father says she tore her Achilles tendon Sunday. So does the ca.nba.com website and the Seattle Times. NBA guard John Wall has tweeted his...

An even quieter day

WNBA news: Tickets for the All-Star game go on sale tomorrow. WNBA player news: Breanna Stewart's injury will have immediate impact on the WNBA and on CBA...

And on the sixth day, the news (sorta) rested

WNBA news: Chicago Sky owner Michael Alter on what it's like to be an exec at the draft. Q&A with Storm CEO Alisha Valavanis. Seattle opted for...

Storm opt for future with Magbegor, bolster present with Zellous

Almost a year to the day after making her senior national team debut, Wednesday marked another career milestone for 19-year-old Australian phenom Ezi Magbegor....

Ionescu wins Wooden Award

Sabrina Ionescu has won the Wooden Award for most outstanding player in collegiate basketball. She could win it again. Sabrina Ionescu and Kelly Graves presser from earlier...

A bit of post-draft mixing

WNBA news: ESPN assesses draft grades. The Sparks put an emphasis on Championship experience in the draft, and they think they found some good fits. The Sun is happy...
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