Stewart, Loyd Help Storm Hand Stars 5th Straight Loss, 83-69Jewell Loyd scored 25 points, Breanna Stewart added 22 points and five blocked shots and the Seattle Storm beat the San Antonio Stars 83-69 on Wednesday.
Storm Retire Lauren Jackson's No. 15 JerseyJackson was a three-time MVP and named to the WNBA's All-Decade team in 2006 as one of the league's top 10 players
Storm Falls To Chicago Sky 91-88Elena Delle Donne made a 3-pointer with a second left to give the Chicago Sky a 91-88 victory over the Seattle Storm on Sunday night.
Jewell Loyd Scores 26, Points, Storm Routs Mystics 80-51 Jewell Loyd scored 26 points, and Breanna Stewart had 10 points, seven rebounds, eight assists and two blocked shots to help the Seattle Storm beat the Washington Mystics 80-51 on Friday night.
Stewart Helps Storm Beat Stars 78-68 To End 3-game SkidBreanna Stewart had 21 points and seven rebounds, and the Seattle Storm ended a three-game losing streak with a 78-68 win over the San Antonio Stars on Friday night.
Breanna Stewart Won't Let Losses Get To HerBreanna Stewart is flourishing on the court in her rookie season and putting up incredible numbers. Unfortunately, those haven't translated into many victories for Seattle.
Charles Helps Liberty Beat Storm 78-74The Liberty have been finding ways to win close games lately.
Powers Scores 19, Wings Close On 7-0 Run For 83-78 WinAerial Powers scored 19 points, including a go-ahead 3-pointer with 54 seconds left, to help the Dallas Wings beat the Seattle Storm 83-78 on Thursday night.
Stewart Scores Career-High 38, Storm Beats Dream 84-81Breanna Stewart scored a career-high 38 points, Sue Bird made an off-balance jumper with 8.2 seconds left and the Seattle Storm beat the Atlanta Dream 84-81 on Tuesday night.
Quinn Returns To Storm, Mercury Get Robinson In TradeThe Phoenix Mercury have traded guard Noelle Quinn to the Seattle Storm for power forward Angelica Robinson.
Moore, Parker Chosen Among WNBA's 20 Greatest PlayersMaya Moore and Candace Parker have led their teams to record starts. Now the two former MVPs are being honored among the 20 greatest and most influential players in WNBA history.
Moore, Fowles Help Lynx Beat Storm, Extend Record StreakMaya Moore had 18 points, seven rebounds and eight assists to help the Minnesota Lynx beat the Seattle Storm 96-84 Sunday night and extend their WNBA record for consecutive wins to open a season.