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Ticket punched! Seattle first to clinch playoff-berth with win over Minnesota

Seattle — The first WNBA team to clinch a playoff spot this season is the Seattle Storm. Behind 20 points from Breanna Stewart, 15 from...

All-Stars prep for All-Star Game with fun Friday practice

Minneapolis - There was no shortage of stardom at the Target Center on Friday. Twenty-two of the WNBA’s best met in Minneapolis to practice for...

Sparks avoid season-sweep with overtime thriller in Seattle

Seattle - In the waning moments of the third quarter on Tuesday afternoon, the Los Angeles Sparks seemed headed for their fourth loss in...

Playoff implications emerging as season approaches halfway point

The calendar hasn't yet turned to July, but a condensed schedule in the WNBA this season means that games are becoming laden with potential...

Lynx weather Storm, win fifth in a row

Minneapolis - Anyone who entered Target Center Tuesday night could feel an intensified atmosphere that hasn’t been felt in the Minneapolis arena since Los...

Record-setting three-point barrage propels Seattle to fifth straight win

Seattle - They call it '3s for Trees.' For every three-pointer made by a Storm player, one tree is planted in the Mountains to Sound...

Frantic fourth-quarter comeback not enough as Storm fall in opener

Seattle - With just under four minutes to play in Sunday's season-opener against Phoenix, Breanna Stewart stepped to the line with a chance to...

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...

Canada impresses as Storm start training camp

All eyes were on Jordin Canada as training camp began for the Seattle Storm this past weekend, and rightfully so. As Sue Bird was quick...

Oh, Canada! Storm nabs UCLA star point guard with fifth pick

Jordin Canada needs no introduction to KeyArena. For all four years of her UCLA career, the 5-foot-6 floor general spent the opening days of March...