Ramu Tokashiki

Ramu Tokashiki

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Noelle Quinn has re-signed with the Seattle Storm. Additionally, it was announced that forward Ramu Tokashiki will forgo the 2018 WNBA season due to her Japan National Team commitments. ...
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Breanna Stewart filled up the box score all night, finishing with a career-high five blocks to go along with 22 points and 15 rebounds for her 15th career double-double. Crystal Langhorne scored 10 points for the second straight game, and Sue Bird captained the offense on her way to nine assists. ...
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In a game featuring half of the gold-medal winning USA Women’s Basketball Team, Olympian Lindsay Whalen led all scorers with 24 points for the Lynx. ...
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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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Breanna Stewart recorded 32 points, 11 rebounds and five assists, but the Seattle Storm lost 93-82 to the Indiana Fever. ...
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Seattle Storm fell 86-78 to the New York Liberty on Sunday at KeyArena. ...
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Jewell Loyd of the Seattle Storm, the 2015 WNBA Rookie of the Year presented by Samsung, leads the 2015 WNBA All-Rookie Team. ...
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Markeisha Gatling pulls one of her 12 rebounds. Neil Enns/Storm Photos
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It came down to a last second attempt before the Storm dropped the season finale to San Antonio 59-58 on Sunday night. ...
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Storm Head Coach Jenny Boucek draws up a play during a timeout. Photo: Neil Enns/Storm
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Despite another solid performance from Jewell Loyd, the short bench and the Tulsa momentum was too much for Seattle. ...
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Seattle came out firing and was led by Crystal Langhorne’s first double-double of the season as the Storm beat San Antonio 83-69. ...
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