Storm

What A Difference A Year Makes For Storm

The Storm’s 15th win came nearly two months earlier on July 8 and the team clinched a playoff spot a month earlier on August 4. Currently, the Storm sit at 22-7, 3.5 games in front of the second-place Atlanta Dream.

By Tyler Berry

Storm Rookie Canada Learning From The Best

Taken fifth overall in this year’s WNBA Draft by the Seattle Storm, the point guard out of UCLA was thrust into a winning atmosphere instantly. In the course of a month, she went from finishing her collegiate career to backing up a future Hall-of-Famer in Sue Bird.

By Tylet Berry

Celebration Of Bird’s WNBA Record 500 Games

The Seattle Storm made the best decision a young basketball franchise could make. With the first overall pick in the 2002 WNBA Draft, the team selected a 5-foot, 9-inch point guard out of Connecticut by the name of Suzanne Brigit Bird – better known as Sue.

By Tyler Berry

Seattle's Steps To Success

When one team hits the top five of so many categories individually, while simultaneously avoiding the top ten of turnovers, it becomes almost an expectation for them to top the league. This Seattle team is more than their individual stats might suggest.

By Jameelah Johnson

Storm headed to Hollywood to face Sparks

Nneka Ogwumike and Breanna Stewart have been dominant and their battle will be an obvious one to keep an eye on when the Storm visit the Staples Center to take on the Sparks tonight at 10:30 ET on ESPN2.

By Jameelah Johnson


Loyd, Stewart Key Pieces To The Puzzle In Seattle

Rookie Jordin Canada has helped turn Seattle into one of the top offenses in the league, but it is the play of former No. 1 picks Jewell Loyd and Breanna Stewart who have the Storm clicking on all cylinders.

By Nicholas LeTourneau