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Newly-deep Storm looking to get back to winning ways

It’s been six years since the Seattle Storm won a playoff game. It’s been seven since the franchise finished the season above .500. It’s been...

Storm shock Lynx in KeyArena takedown

Seattle - When the Storm left Seattle on a five-game road trip at the end of July, it did so with Jenny Boucek at the...

Langhorne helps Storm pull away late in win over Atlanta

Seattle - Crystal Langhorne didn't miss a shot against Atlanta on Saturday evening. She didn't on Wednesday against Connecticut, either. In fact, the tenth-year forward out...

Storm trying to get back on track against the Sun

So far, 2017 has been a tale of two seasons for the Seattle Storm. After beginning on a four-game winning streak, including victories over the...

Mystics reduce the Storm to a drizzle

Washington, D.C. –  The noise was positively deafening as the Washington Mystics faced the Seattle Storm on camp day in the nation’s Capital Tuesday....

Fowles’ fantastic first half leads Lynx in rout of Storm

Seattle - For two quarters on Saturday night, the Seattle Storm had no answer for Sylvia Fowles. The Minnesota center went 10-of-11 from the field...

Stewart shines in game’s final moments as Storm beat Fever

Seattle - In Saturday’s season-opener in Los Angeles, the Seattle Storm were without two key starters, as both Sue Bird and Breanna Stewart sat...

Sparks beat Storm in the battle of short-handed teams

Los Angeles - The Sparks began their 2017 WNBA season Saturday, defeating the Seattle Storm in what can be best described as an unorthodox...

Playoff bound! Storm clinch berth with win over Sparks

With a Mystics loss earlier in the day, the playoff scenario for the Storm entering Sunday's game against the Sparks was simple: Win and they're in. They're in. For...

Langhorne leads the way as Storm upset Sparks, 79-72

SEATTLE — With the month-long Olympic break, most of the WNBA — at least those not representing their respective National Team in Rio —...