Storm annouce 2013 schedule

The WNBA’s Seattle Storm announced their 2013 regular-season schedule on Wednesday.

The Storm open the season on May 26 on the road against the Los Angeles Sparks and host the Phoenix Mercury in their home opener on June 2.

Other highlights on the Storm schedule include facing the defending WNBA champion Indiana Fever on the road on June 30. The two teams play a second game on August 17 at KeyArena. The Storm also face defending Western Conference champion Minnesota in back-to-back games on Sept. 7 and Sept. 10.

Nationally televised games featuring the Storm will be announced at a later date. The local broadcast schedule will also be released prior to the season.

The entire Storm 2013 schedule is as follows:

May

Sun. 26 AT Los Angeles 5:30 pm

Jun.

Sun.2 Phoenix

Fri.7 Tulsa

Fri. 14 AT Atlanta

Sun. 16 AT Connecticut

Tue. 18 Washington

Fri. 21 AT San Antonio

Sat. 22 AT Tulsa

Fri. 28 New York

Sun. 30 AT Indiana

Jul.

Tue.2 AT Chicago

Sat.6 AT Washington

Tue.9 AT New York

Sun. 14 Atlanta

Wed. 17 Tulsa

Sat. 20 Los Angeles

Thu. 25 AT Los Angeles

Aug.

Thu.1 Phoenix

Sun.4 AT Minnesota

Tue.6 AT Phoenix

Fri.9 San Antonio

Sun. 11 San Antonio

Thu. 15 Chicago

Sat. 17 Indiana

Tue. 20 Los Angeles

Fri. 23 AT Phoenix

Sun. 25 AT San Antonio

Tue. 27 AT San Antonio

Thu. 29 Connecticut

Sat. 31 AT Minnesota

Sep.

Sat.7 Minnesota

Tue. 10 Minnesota

Thu. 12 AT Tulsa

Sat. 14 Tulsa

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