Sun Top Storm 83-79 For 5th Straight WinBreanna Stewart pulled Seattle to 78-77 with 3:18 left, but the Storm's next points came on Jewell Loyd's basket with 31 seconds to go, making it 81-79.
Sue Bird Named WNBA All-Star For 10th timeSeattle's Sue Bird will start in the WNBA All-Star Game in front of her home crowd after she was selected Tuesday as a starter.
Storm Cruise To 75-57 Win Over StarsBreanna Stewart had 22 points, a season-high 15 rebounds and a career-best five blocked shots and the Seattle Storm beat the winless San Antonio Stars 75-57 on Sunday night to snap a three-game skid.
Kelsey Plum Returns To Seattle After Rough Start As A ProKelsey Plum set such a high standard during her college career that achieving immediate success at the same level as a professional was going to be challenging.
Seattle Storm Plan Rally To Support Planned ParenthoodThe Seattle Storm are showing their support for Planned Parenthood by holding a rally and donating a portion of ticket sales for a game next month to the organization.
Jewell Loyd Scores 26 points, Storm Beat Mystics 81-71 Jewell Loyd scored 26 points on 10-of-14 shooting in the Seattle Storm's 81-71 victory over the Washington Mystics on Sunday.
Northwest Storm Fizzles, Thousands Still Await Power
Whalen Has Season-High 24 Points, Lynx Beat Storm 92-80Lindsay Whalen scored a season-high 24 points, Sylvia Fowles added 11 points and 11 rebounds, and the Minnesota Lynx beat the Seattle Storm 92-80 on Sunday night.
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
WNBA Raises Awareness, Money For Orlando Nightclub VictimsBreanna Stewart took the time before the Seattle Storm's game Friday night to write the names of the 49 victims of the Orlando shooting on her colorful shoes.
Seattle Storm To Retire Lauren Jackson's JerseyThe jersey retirement will be the first in franchise history and take place when the Storm host Washington.
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.