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Dominant Storm put finishing touch on entertaining season

The WNBA is coming off of one of its most exciting seasons. But from the CBA to travel issues, key questions must be addressed this offseason.

Stewart shares what's next in her legendary basketball career

Fresh off her WNBA Finals MVP, Seattle Storm forward Breanna Stewart keeps on striving for an even better resume.


WNBA title proves to be Stewart's destiny

For Breanna Stewart, it wasn't a matter of if she'd win a WNBA title. The when was answered Wednesday as Stewart led the Storm to a Finals sweep.

Howard shines in starring role for Storm

Natasha Howard won a WNBA title last season as a Minnesota reserve. Wednesday, she helped lead the way with 29 points and 14 rebounds for Seattle.

Stewart leads Storm to 2018 WNBA title

Breanna Stewart scores 30 points, takes home MVP and leads the Storm past the Mystics and to the 2018 WNBA title.


Stewart named WNBA finals MVP

Breanna Stewart is named WNBA finals MVP after winning the regular season MVP earlier this year.


Seattle Storm are the 2018 WNBA Champions

The Seattle Storm rush the court to celebrate their 2018 WNBA championship.


Stewart gets another and-1 over Delle Donne

Breanna Stewart quiets the crowd with a huge bucket and the foul over Elena Delle Donne.


Stewart unstoppable, scores 5 straight points

Breanna Stewart is red hot in the first half as she scores 5 straight points giving the Storm a 15-point lead.


Storm win third WNBA title


Bird, Storm cap long journey back to WNBA title

Sue Bird has long defined the Storm. And while she was at the heart of the team's third title, everything else fell into place around her in Seattle.

Bird: 'I didn't think I'd be back' to the finals

Sue Bird talks with Holly Rowe and discusses how this win is special because she didn't know if she'd make it back to the finals.




Despite Finals loss, Mystics have a lot to be optimistic about

Elena Delle Donne, Kristi Toliver and the Mystics aren't dwelling on their WNBA Finals loss to the Storm. Big picture, they have a very bright future.

Delle Donne spins and scores

Elena Delle Donne spins and puts in the floater as she tries to bring her Mystics squad back.


Sanders saves ball but injures ankle

LaToya Sanders dives and saves the ball but rolls her ankle on the floor, causing her to leave the game.


Toliver drains 3

Kristi Toliver hits the 3-pointer bringing the Mystics even at 10-10.


John Wall and Bradley Beal in attendance

Washington Wizards' guards Bradley Beal and John Wall are in attendance at the WNBA Finals.


Storm stop Mystics for 2-0 series lead

Seattle, previously known for its offense, came up with big defensive plays to stop the Mystics and position itself for a Finals sweep.

Stewart plays like the MVP she is in Storm's Game 2 win

Just like another former Storm MVP post player, Breanna Stewart comes up big in the biggest moments. And now Seattle is 2-0 in the WNBA Finals.

Bird: '2-0 doesn't mean anything'

Sue Bird says the Storm are happy, but understands the series is not over after Seattle's Game 2 win over the Mystics.


Stewart: Storm need to 'go to Washington and be ready'

Breanna Stewart says Seattle needs to be prepared to play in Washington and close out the series in three games after the Storm's 75-73 win over the Mystics in Game 2.


Bird banks in 33-foot heave

Sue Bird launches from deep as the shot clock winds down and banks it off the glass for three.


Toliver's step-back jumper pulls Mystics within a point

Kristi Toliver hits a fadeaway jumper to bring the Mystics within one with less than a minute to play.




'Good ol' Sue Bird move' helps Seattle clinch Game 2 win

Seattle had one foul to give, and Kristi Toliver cried foul. Sue Bird said not so fast; she has been doing that "swipe-around-the-back" move a long time. Just ask UConn's Chris Dailey.

Bird strips Toliver on final defensive stand

Sue Bird appears to get away with some contact on Kristi Toliver in the final 10 seconds of the fourth quarter.


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