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“Vintage Sue” leads Storm past Mystics, into semifinals

With an outstretched hand, Sue Bird seemed to reach back in time.  Stepping in front of a pass intended for Elena Delle Donne with just...

Loyd’s late-game heroics lift Storm to first round win over Mystics,...

Seattle - After three quarters on Thursday night at Climate Pledge Arena, Jewell Loyd had scored just four points, without a field goal to...

As career winds down, January seeks one last title run close...

After playing a career-high 30 minutes a night in 2021, Briann January was ready for a different role coming into this season. So she...

WNBA legend Sue Bird announces retirement

Longtime Seattle Storm point guard and WNBA legend Sue Bird announced this morning that she will retire at the end of the 2022 season. "I've...

Griffith and Jackson named finalists for Basketball Hall of Fame

Two of the game's greatest forward/centers, Yolanda Griffith and Lauren Jackson, were announced as finalists for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Tuesday. Yolanda...

Storm Championship recipe? Add the right ingredients, simmer slowly

On the way to claiming their fourth WNBA Championship last week, the Seattle Storm played some incredible basketball. They functioned as one, moving the ball...

Rookie Magbegor quietly making big impression with Seattle Storm

Seattle Storm rookie Ezi Magbegor might be soft-spoken, but her game is already speaking volumes. The 6-4 Australian standout glides up the floor like a...

Storm guard Jewell Loyd talks adjustments, growth and more

The Seattle Storm appeared poised to defend their 2018 WNBA championship this season, but just prior to the start of training camp, things began...

MVP Breanna Stewart exceptional, with room to grow

About halfway through the season, the serenading chants for third-year Seattle Storm forward Breanna Stewart began. "MVP! MVP!" home crowd fans screamed at KeyArena. Then three...

Seattle Storm started from the bottom, and now they’re up there

Fairfax, VA - This year for the Seattle Storm marked a transition from the WNBA's basement to the penthouse. The team finished in eighth place...