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Storm release three

The Seattle Storm announced on Tuesday that they have waived guards Jacqua Williams, Dellena Criner and forward Rachel Allison. The roster now stands at 16… Continue reading

Storm once again have best home court advantage

For 10 years, before the start of every WNBA season, general manager from each team conduct a survey which makes predictions for the upcoming campaign.… Continue reading

Storm announce opening day roster

The Seattle Storm open the 2012 WNBA season on Friday night at KeyArena against the Los Angeles Sparks. On Wednesday, they announced their 11-player opening… Continue reading

WNBA basketball: Storm vs. Sparks live blog

WNBA basketball: Seattle vs. Los Angeles live blog… Continue reading

WNBA Power Rankings

The 2012 WNBA season kicked off this past Friday night at KeyArena with the Seattle Storm falling 72-66 to the Los Angeles Sparks. The schedule… Continue reading

Parker and Catchings are WNBA Players of the Week

Los Angeles forward/center Candace Parker and Indiana forward Tamika Catchings were named the Western Conference and Eastern Conference players of the week on Tuesday respectively.… Continue reading

WNBA Power Rankings

The Seattle Storm are off to a disappointing start if you are a local WNBA fan, but the defending champion Lynx are looking like they… Continue reading

Storm add Spanish guard to training camp roster

Seattle Storm head coach and general manager Brian Agler announced on Friday that the team has added guard Silvia Dominguez to the training camp roster.… Continue reading

Two Zags selected in WNBA draft

The defending WNBA champion Minnesota Lynx used the 19th overall selection to draft Gonzaga’s Kayla Standish. Standish was a standout forward for the Bulldogs, who… Continue reading

Storm select Stricklen and Hampton in WNBA Draft

The Seattle Storm used their highest draft pick in 10 years to select Tennessee guard/forward Shekinna Stricklen on Monday. The Storm selected Stricklen with the… Continue reading

Mercury’s Taylor will miss 2012 season

Phoenix Mercury forward Penny Taylor will miss the 2012 WNBA season after tearing her left ACL in a March 29 Euroleague game. Taylor will need… Continue reading

WNBA Power Rankings

1. Minnesota Lynx (13-3), The Lynx have lost consecutive games for the first time this season, but after their fast start it would be foolish… Continue reading

WNBA hands out several awards

Connecticut’s Tina Charles and Los Angeles’ Candace Parker were named the WNBA’s Eastern Conference and Western Conference Players of the Month for June respectively on… Continue reading

Short-handed Storm fall to Sparks

In the end of Saturday night’s game with the Los Angeles Sparks, the Seattle Storm just didn’t have enough players. Seattle fell 83-59 to the… Continue reading

Bird returns, scoring a season-high 31 as Storm win

Maybe the day of rest helped Sue Bird. The point guard returned from missing Saturday’s loss to the Los Angeles Sparks with a 31-point performance… Continue reading

Charles and Hammon named WNBA Players of the Week

Connecticut’s Tina Charles and San Antonio’s Becky Hammon were named the Eastern Conference and the Western Conference WNBA Players of the Week respectively on Monday.… Continue reading

WNBA Power Rankings (Olympic Break edition)

The WNBA has reached its halfway point and has begun a month-long break for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. Here are the power rankings… Continue reading

My pick for WNBA MVP at the midway point

The WNBA season has already taken many twists and turns and it is only halfway over. The story of the season appeared it was going… Continue reading

Storm off for a month for the Olympics

The Seattle Storm defeated the Phoenix Mercury in Phoenix 83-64 on Friday to improve their record to 9-10 going into the month-long Olympic break. Guard… Continue reading

Parker and Catchings named Players of the Month for July

Candace Parker of the Los Angeles Sparks and Tina Charles of the Connecticut Sun were named the Western Conference and Eastern Conference Players of the… Continue reading