Maya Moore

Maya Moore

SEATTLE, WA - JULY 22: Sue Bird #10 of the Western Conference All-Stars talks to the media after defeating the Eastern Conference All-Stars during the Verizon WNBA All-Star Game 2017 at KeyArena on July 22, 2017 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo: Joshua Huston/Getty Images)
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With her selection to the 2018 U.S. squad, Sue Bird (Seattle Storm) became USA Basketball's first five-time USA World Cup Team member, while this year marks a fourth World Cup for Diana Taurasi (Phoenix Mercury). ...
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Breanna Stewart / WNBA
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WNBA Most Valuable Player Breanna Stewart of the Seattle Storm was unanimously selected to the 2018 All-WNBA First Team, the WNBA announced Wednesday. ...
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In order to incorporate the league’s teams and players, the NBA LIVE 18 team conducted head scans of star athletes like Maya Moore, Brittney Griner, Diana Taurasi, Tina Charles, Sylvia Fowles, Alisha Gray, Chelsea Gray, Jonquel Jones, and Alyssa Thomas. ...
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Minnesota Lynx
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In addition to being selected as the championship favorite, the Lynx was named the team with the best home-court advantage for the third year in a row (58 percent). ...
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WNBA Top Jerseys 2016
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Breanna Stewart and the Seattle Storm captured the top spots on the WNBA’s lists of best-selling jerseys and team merchandise. ...
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Diana Taurasi/Team USA/AP Photo
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Diana Taurasi may be the team’s best player, but Bird is the team’s leader, their heartbeat. Her absence will be felt if she cannot play going forward. ...
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WNBA/Rio 2016
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In scoring 110 points, the U.S. became the first women's team to break the century mark in three consecutive games. ...
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The WNBA announced the launch of the league’s first-ever emojis, which will feature the 20 most influential players in its history. ...
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Returning home from a four-game road trip, the Seattle Storm fell 96-84 to the defending champion Minnesota Lynx. ...
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Ramu Tokashiki fights with the Lynx's Jia Perkins for the ball. (Neil Enns/Storm Photos)
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Despite a career-high 20 points from forward Alysha Clark, the Seattle Storm fell 78-71 to the defending WNBA champion Minnesota Lynx. ...
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