SEATTLE -- Tiffany Hayes scored 21 points, Brittney Sykes had 11 points, eight rebounds and five assists and the Atlanta Dream beat the Seattle Storm 77-66 on Friday night.
Atlanta (3-9) got its first win on the road this season by snapping a four-game overall losing streak. The Dream entered with their worst road start to a season since 2008.
Elizabeth Williams added 10 points and nine rebounds for Atlanta.
Natasha Howard had 20 points and seven rebounds for Seattle (8-8). She scored 13 of Seattle's 24 points in the first half as the Storm shot just 32% from the field and trailed by eight points. Jordin Canada finished with 15 points and Alysha Clark added 12.
Seattle lost for the third straight time at home after opening 5-0 in games at the University of Washington and in nearby Everett as KeyArena undergoes renovation.
Rehabbing Delle Donne to miss USA Basketball exhibition games
Elena Delle Donne will not play in the USA Basketball women's team's exhibition games at UConn (Jan. 27) and Louisville (Feb. 2).
Cheryl Reeve signs extension to remain Lynx coach, GM
Cheryl Reeve, who has led the Lynx to four WNBA titles since becoming head coach in 2010 and added the title of general manager in 2017, signed a multi-year extension with the team Friday.
Fever name Marianne Stanley as head coach, Tamika Catchings as GM
Marianne Stanley, who won a WNBA title as an assistant coach with the Mystics last season, has been named the coach of the Fever, the team announced. The Fever also announced that former player Tamika Catchings will now serve as general manager.