Caught up with Storm All-Star C Lauren Jackson (way) early Tuesday morning to get her thoughts about the WNBA season without her and Sue Bird due to injuries. More from the interview (and a chat with Bird) later, but Jackson did give some insights to what would be a successful season for the Storm c
Thompson scored 19 points as Seattle won its final exhibition game before the regular season.
A FIRST: The Shock were awarded the first defensive three-second violation at KeyArena. Wright made the FT on the technical foul to put Seattle up 38-32. MacKay checked in with 2:46 on the clock, making her first appearance in the game. NEW LINEUP: The second half is underway with Quinn, Johnson, an
Liz Cambage announces she'll return for Tulsa, but won't be ready until regular season.
Team holds media day with its big stars out for the season with injuries
The Storm must cut two more players to reach its maximum roster limit of 11 players by May 23.
Alysha Clark hit a jumper with six seconds left as the Seattle Storm beat the Los Angeles Sparks 67-66 Sunday in an exhibition game on the campus of Long Beach State.
Playing a WNBA exhibition game on a college campus is nothing new. Not collecting any of the proceeds is a first. The Storm plays its exhibition...
In honor of Mother’s Day, The Seattle Times’ poll tonight:
Storm point guard Sue Bird had surgery Thursday to remove a cyst from her left knee and will miss the entire 2013 WNBA season.
Storm PG Sue Bird underwent left knee surgery Thursday to remove a cyst. The procedure was a success, according to the team. Bird, 32, stated earlier she’d be on crutches for about six weeks as she begins rehabilitation in Connecticut. When she’s able to travel, she’ll return to Se
Temeka Johnson will team with Tanisha Wright in the Storm's backcourt, trying to plug the crater left by Sue Bird.
Here we go, again. I think I know what the outcome will be. For reference, King Felix was 13-9 in 2012. The Storm was 16-18.
There’s not much faith in the Storm sans All-Stars Lauren Jackson and Sue Bird – if you believe the Seattle Times’ unscientific poll. Both are out this season due to injuries, the first since 2002 that at least one wasn’t in the Storm’s lineup. More than 60 percent of a
The Storm opened training camp Sunday with nine new faces gathered at the Royal Brougham Pavilion practice facility on Seattle Pacific's campus.
WNBA training camp opens Sunday and rosters have been set with a league-limit of 15. Official season rosters will be announced May 23 with a league-limit of 11 players. The Storm’s opening day is full of question marks without mainstays Sue Bird and Lauren Jackson. The same can be said for our
The team will be without Sue Bird and Lauren Jackson for the first time since 2002.
The Storm has set its 15-player roster for training camp, which begins Sunday.
The Storm opens training camp on Sunday, at Seattle Pacific University. The team begins WNBA play this season on May 26, at Los Angeles. The Storm's home opener is June 2.
Eight players from Washington high schools are on WNBA training-camp rosters.