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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...

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...

Starters propel Storm as Sparks drop second straight

Seattle - The Seattle Storm scored 81 points on Saturday night against Los Angeles. The starting lineup for the Storm had all 81 of them. Led...

Liberty snap three-game skid with road win over Seattle

Seattle - Neither the New York Liberty or Seattle Storm set a season-high for free-throw attempts on Thursday night. It merely felt that way. The two...

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...

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...

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...