Storm defeat Sparks in preseason opener

The Seattle Storm defeated the Los Angeles Sparks 67-66 in both teams preseason opener on Sunday. Alysha Clark’s 15-foot jumper with six seconds remaining proved… Continue reading

Two added to Storm’s training camp roster

The Seattle Storm announced the addition of Katelan Redmon and Keisha Hampton to the 2013 training camp roster on Friday. Redmon, a guard from Gonzaga,… Continue reading

Dayton’s MacKay invited to Storm training camp

The Seattle Storm have added Samantha MacKay to the 2013 training camp roster head coach and general manager Brian Agler announced on Monday. MacKay is… Continue reading

Storm sign Hassell

The Seattle Storm announced they have signed Jasmine Hassell on Friday. Hassell replaces Nakia Sanford on the roster after Sanford asked to be released from… Continue reading

Robinson returns for second stint with Storm

The Seattle Storm signed center Ashley Robinson on Friday for a second go-around with the team. Robinson will be available and in uniform when the… Continue reading

Thompson named all-star

The Seattle Storm will have a representative in Saturday’s all-star game after all. Tina Thompson, the WNBA’s all-time leading scorer was added to the Western… Continue reading

Thompson to retire at season’s end

The career of WNBA legend and Seattle Storm forward Tina Thompson will come to an end following the 2013 WNBA season. Thompson announced her impending… Continue reading

Storm and KING broadcasting partner for 2013 season

The Seattle Storm announced a broadcasting partnership with KING broadcasting for the 2013 season on Friday. The deal ensures that every Storm game will be… Continue reading

Storm’s Clark named assistant coach at Middle Tennessee State

Seattle Storm forward Alysha Clark was named an assistant coach at her alma mater Middle Tennessee State on Thursday by head coach Rich Insell. “It’s… Continue reading

Third Storm game added to National broadcast schedule

A third Seattle Storm game has been added to the broadcast schedule for ESPN 2 this season. The July 2 road game against the Chicago… Continue reading

Agler to be inducted into Ohio Basketball Hall of Fame

Seattle Storm head coach Brian Agler, who became the all-time winningest coach in women’s professional basketball in 2012, will be inducted into the Ohio Basketball… Continue reading

Storm waives Sanford

The Seattle Storm have waived center Nakia Sanford the team announced on Thursday. Sanford has appeared in 15 games this season for the Storm, averaging… Continue reading

Thompson named Western Conference Player of the Week

Seattle Storm forward Tina Thompson earned her second WNBA Western Conference Player of the Week award this season on Wednesday for the week of Aug.… Continue reading

First-round playoff dates set

The Seattle Storm will face the Minnesota Lynx in the best-of-three Western Conference semifinals after they wrap up the regular season Saturday night hosting the… Continue reading

Storm’s Wright named to WNBA’s first-team all-defense

Seattle Storm guard Tanisha Wright was named to the WNBA’s All-Defensive First-Team on Friday. It’s the fourth time in Wright’s career she has been named… Continue reading

Bird picked to All-WNBA first team; Stewart, Loyd to second team

Seattle’s Sue Bird was named to the 2016 All-WNBA First Team, the league announced Friday, and Storm teammates Breanna… Continue reading

Storm’s Stewart named WNBA Rookie of the Year

Seattle’s Breanna Stewart is the WNBA rookie of the year. The league announced Thursday that Stewart received 38 of… Continue reading

Dream ousts Storm 94-85 in 1st round of WNBA playoffs

Angel McCoughtry scored 37 points and the Atlanta Dream beat the Seattle Storm 94-85 on Wednesday night in a single-elimination WNBA… Continue reading

Stewart wins WNBA Rookie of Year, makes all-league first team

Breanna Stewart of the Seattle Storm was named the Associated Press WNBA Rookie of the Year on… Continue reading

Stewart, Bird lead Storm to key 81-76 win at Washington

Breanna Stewart and Sue Bird scored 17 points apiece and the Seattle Storm beat the Washington Mystics 81-76 on Friday night… Continue reading