WASHINGTON – The Storm came back from an 18-point deficit and with multiple chances to tie it at the buzzer, fell short 62-59 to the Washington Mystics Saturday night at the Verizon Center. Shekinna Stricklen […]
The Storm shook off poor early shooting and a 14-point deficit to eventually catch and pass the Chicago Sky on the way to a 69-60 victory Wednesday night.
Tamika Catchings scored 18 points and the defending champion Indiana Fever pulled away in the fourth quarter and beat the Seattle Storm 71-63 on Sunday night.
Ending a three-game win streak, Seattle lost to Tulsa 92-70 Saturday night at the BOK Center.
Brian Agler, the all-time winningest coach in women’s professional basketball, will be inducted to the Ohio Basketball Hall of Fame on May 17, 2013.
The Storm needed overtime to do it, but was able to withstand a late Washington Mystics run to win 96-86 Tuesday night at KeyArena. Tina Thompson led the way for the Storm with a season-high 30 points and eight rebounds.
The Seattle Storm has added a third game to be broadcast on ESPN2. In the middle of a four-game road trip, the Storm plays in Chicago on July 2, which will now be shown on national television.
Camille Little had 15 points, nine rebounds and five assists and Seattle beat the Connecticut Sun 78-66.
Atlanta’s Angel McCoughtry scored 23 points and Jasmine Thomas added 13 to lead the Dream over the Seattle Storm 68-59 on Friday night.
The Seattle Storm fell to the Tulsa Shock 67-58 Friday night at KeyArena.