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The reigning league MVP ruptured her Achilles tendon playing overseas Sunday.
The league opens its 23rd season in late May, with the Seattle Storm as the reigning champions.
Five of 17 games will be played at Angel of the Winds, including the nationally televised home opener.
The defending WNBA champions will open the season on May 25 at Angel of the Winds Arena.
The Seattle Storm standout wins the award for the third time.
Finals MVP Breanna Stewart scores 30 points as Seattle wins 98-82 in Game 3 to complete the sweep.
Since 2005, all 4 times the higher seed in the WNBA Finals went 2-0 at home, the series ended in Game 3.
Jewell Loyd and Breanna Stewart star as Seattle rolls past Washington 89-76.
The star guard says to enjoy the WNBA Finals because the experience won’t come around very often.
DeWanna Bonner scores 27 points and adds 11 rebounds to lead Phoenix to an 86-66 win over Seattle.
The two teams combined for five WNBA championships between 2004-14.
Seattle will be the top seed in the postseason after the 85-77 win over New York.
Washington won 100-77 and held Seattle’s Breanna Stewart to just 10 points.
Seattle’s point guard became the WNBA’s leader in career minutes played during the victory.
A late rally spurred Seattle to the victory over the Liberty at Madison Square Garden.
Breanna Stewart scores 20 points and Sue Bird adds 14 points and 11 assists in Seattle’s win.
Three other Seattle players reached double-digit scoring in the victory.
Breanna Stewart and Sue Bird started for Team Delle Donne, scoring 10 and five points, respectively.
A year ago Dan Hughes was retired. Now he’s leading an All-Star team for the first time since 2009.
Breanna Stewart and Sue Bird each recorded a double-double to lead Seattle past Indiana.