Seattle coach Anne Donovan (right) talks to Shaunzinski Gortman during a June 15, 2006 game in Chicago. Donovan, who guided the Storm to its first WNBA title in 2004, died Wednesday at 56. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

Seattle coach Anne Donovan (right) talks to Shaunzinski Gortman during a June 15, 2006 game in Chicago. Donovan, who guided the Storm to its first WNBA title in 2004, died Wednesday at 56. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

Former Seattle Storm coach Donovan dies at 56

The women’s basketball legend guided Seattle to its first WNBA crown in 2004.

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