Why The WNBA Is BetterSue Bird was interviewed by the Huffington Post as the WNBA prepares to celebrate the launch of the league’s twentieth season in May
Storm's Sue Bird Will Miss 2013 Season With Injured KneeLosing Lauren Jackson for the 2013 season was a blow to the Storm's playoff hopes. Tuesday, things took a worse turn for Seattle's WNBA team. Storm officials announced point guard Sue Bird will undergo surgery on her right knee that will require her to miss the entire 2013 season.
So Close! Lynx Edges Storm Out of Western Conference FinalsThe Minnesota Lynx held off the Seattle Storm 73-72 Tuesday night to advance to the Western Conference finals.
Sue Bird Leads Storm Past Mercury, 71-57 Sue Bird had 13 points, five rebounds and four assists to help the Seattle Storm beat the Phoenix Mercury 71-57 on Sunday in the regular-season finale for both teams.
Bird Leads Storm Past Liberty, 84-66 Sue Bird had 18 points and 10 assists, Lauren Jackson scored 16 points and the Storm snapped a three-game losing streak with an 84-66 whitewashing of the fatigued New York Liberty on Sunday night.
Seattle Storm Celebrates Back to School NightThe Seattle Storm is ready to get back on track on Sunday, August 26. They're collecting school supplies for Boys & Girls' Clubs, and are offering you a special deal at the Team Shop!
Seattle Storm, WNBA Ready to Start Up AgainSue Bird and Lauren Jackson are ready to return to the Seattle Storm post-Olympics. The WNBA season will resume Thursday.
Seattle Storm Invites You to Watch Final Women's B-Ball Game in LondonJoin the Seattle Storm on Saturday, August 11 to watch the thrilling final game in women's basketball from London. It's Team USA vs. Team Australia. Who will get the gold?
U.S. Women Winning But Wary
Sue Bird: National Team is Unselfish
National Team Goes For Gold
Bird Scores 31 and Storm Roll 83-68 Bird scored 26 first-half points on her way to 31 for the game during Seattle's 83-68 win over the Phoenix Mercury.