Sue Bird

Sue Bird

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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The Seattle Storm announced that 5-11 guard Alysha Clark has signed a multi-year extension with the franchise. ...
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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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The Seattle Storm announced that guard Brittany McPhee has signed with the franchise, bringing the team’s training camp roster to 15 players. ...
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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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Seattle will play host to the “new” Las Vegas Aces (formerly the San Antonio Stars) and former Washington guard and NCAA All-time leading scorer Kelsey Plum on May 31 and June 19. ...
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Seattle Reign FC has hired Force 10 Sports Management, LLC to manage all ticket sales and service for the team. ...
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The Seattle Storm Tuesday announced the hiring of assistant coach Crystal Robinson, who will join head coach Dan Hughes’ staff as the Storm prepares for the 2018 WNBA season. ...
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Sue Bird, 10-time WNBA All-Star and two-time champion, broke the WNBA’s all-time assists record Friday night. With her 2,600th assist, Bird passed Ticha Penicheiro to become the league’s assists leader. ...
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