Sunday, November 19, 2017
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Good shooting night from the Storm grounds the Wings

Arlington, Texas - Breanna Stewart scored a season-high 30 points to lead the Seattle Storm past the Dallas Wings Saturday, 89-69. The win snapped...

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....

Mercury hold off late Storm push to win, 85-82

Seattle - For the fourth time in their last five games, the Seattle Storm entered the waning moments of play trailing their opponent, but...

Seattle welcomes Kelsey Plum, hands San Antonio 11th straight loss

Seattle - For a few moments on Sunday afternoon, KeyArena felt just a bit like Hec Edmundson Pavilion. Fans wore purple. The University of Washington...

Defensive miscues, lack of bench production hamper Seattle in skid

What a difference two weeks make. After winning four of its first five games, Seattle dropped to .500 on Tuesday after an overtime loss to...

Seattle drops third-straight, Atlanta snaps three-game skid with OT win

Seattle - With 20 seconds to play, the shot clock turned off, and the score tied at 77, the scene was set for Seattle...

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...

Nine is fine: Clark’s hot hand helps Seattle extend winning streak...

Seattle - Nearing the mid-point of the fourth quarter, Alysha Clark missed a three-pointer from the baseline. It wouldn’t be notable in itself, but she...

Loyd’s hot start continues in win over Mystics

Since the end of the 2011 season, the Seattle Storm has been over .500 for approximately one week. There were three days in 2013, one...