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.
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.
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.
Loyd, Storm Hold On For 90-88 WinJewell Loyd scored 20 points, including two free throws with 2.4 seconds to play, and the Seattle Storm beat the Indiana Fever 90-88 on Sunday night.
Stewart Returns To Connecticut For First Time As WNBA PlayerThe Seattle Storm are 3-5 as they prepare to face the Connecticut Sun (1-7) on Friday night
Loyd Powers Decisive 3rd Quarter Run, Storm Beat Sun 93-81Jewell Loyd scored 11 of her 26 points during a decisive third-quarter run and hit a critical 3-pointer late in the fourth to help the Seattle Storm beat the Connecticut Sun 93-81 on Saturday night.
Mystics Beat Storm In OT For 1st Win In Seattle Since 2005Washington had not won in Seattle since July 13, 2005.
Jewell Has 30 In Storm's 81-80 VictoryJewell Loyd banked in a 12-footer with 2.9 seconds remaining for the last of her career-high 30 points in the Seattle Storm's 81-80 victory over the Phoenix Mercury on Friday night.
Breanna Stewart At Center Of The Storm At Latest No. 1 PickStewart averaged 19.4 points and 8.7 rebounds in leading the Huskies to a fourth consecutive national championship earlier this month
Breanna Stewart Top Pick In WNBA, Leading 1-2-3 UConn Sweep
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
Seattle Wins WNBA Lottery for UConn's Breanna StewartThe last time the Seattle Storm drafted No. 1 overall in two straight WNBA drafts, they chose Lauren Jackson and Sue Bird,