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WNBA's Seattle Storm guard Sue Bird (10) reacts after stealing the ball and passing to teammate Alysha Clark who hit a running layup to give the Storm a three point lead late in the fourth quarter of Seattle's 81-72 win over the Los Angeles Sparks on June 28th at the KeyArena. Virginia Lopez/2018 VELO Photography
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Four of the five Seattle starters hit double figures with Natasha Howard putting in 14 points with eight rebounds, guard Jewell Loyd added 13 points, six rebounds and four steals while Clark added eight points and eight rebounds with four assists. ...
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Seattle starters Breanna Stewart (30), Jewell Loyd (center), Natasha Howard (right) and Alysha Clark (hidden) celebrate on the bench after Storm guard Sami Whitcomb hit a three to break the WNBA single game record for threes made. Seattle amassed 17 to set the new standard in their 101-74 win over the Las Vegas Aces on May 31, 2018 at the KeyArena in Seattle. Photo: Virginia Lopez/VELO Photography
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Seattle Storm is in partnership with Carter Subaru to plant a tree for every three-point shot they make and after last Tuesday's record-setting win against the visiting Las Vegas Aces, they’ll be planting for a long time. ...
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Rookie Jordin Canada of the Seattle Storm goes airborne past Washington Mystics' Krystal Thomas to score two. The Storm gave the Mystics their first loss of the season as they won 81-77. The game was played Tuesday, May 29th at KeyArena in Seattle. Photo by Virginia Lopez/VELO Photography
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The WNBA Seattle Storm went into last Tuesday’s game against the Washington Mystics prepared for a tough game against an undefeated team. ...
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Natasha Howard. Photo Virginia Lopez/VELO Photography
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The WNBA Seattle Storm completed home and away wins to give the Storm a three game win streak as they head into their match-up with undefeated Washington Mystics. ...
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WNBA Seattle Storm rookie guard Jordin Canada. Lopez/VELO Photography
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After losing their season opener at home, the WNBA Seattle Storm headed on the road to once again face off with the Phoenix Mercury. ...
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Sue Bird. Photo: Virginia Lopez / The Seattle Lesbian
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The WNBA Seattle Storm started the 2018 campaign with an 87-82 loss against the Phoenix Mercury on Sunday, May 20 at the KeyArena in Seattle. ...
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Sue Bird signs some of her bobbleheads/WNBA
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The two-time WNBA champion Seattle Storm starts the 2018 season, and their bid for another championship year, at 6 p.m. Sunday, May 20 against the Phoenix Mercury. ...
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2017 file photo of Jewell Loyd/Virginia Lopez
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The Storm started camp with 16 on the roster including number one picks guards Sue Bird (2002) and Jewell Loyd (2015) and forward Breanna Stewart (2016). ...
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Seattle Storm forward Breanna Stewart (10) takes on Storm guard Sue Bird during the first day of USA Women's Basketball training. The USA will take on China in a friendly at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 26 at the KeyArena.
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The USA Women’s Basketball Team has come to Seattle to get a couple of days practice in and to put their work into game play as they take on the Chinese National Team on Thursday, April 26. ...
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Jordin Canada/WNBA Draft
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Adding to their three number ones (Sue Bird 2002, Jewell Loyd 2015 and Breanna Stewart 2016) and looking for Bird’s future back-up, the Storm headed down the coast to UCLA and guard Jordin Canada. ...
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