Langhorne finished with 22 points and 10 rebounds at KeyArena on Friday. She was limited to single digits her past two games, including shooting 25 percent from the field while scoring four points in a Storm win against the Stars on Aug. 16.
Seattle Times reporter Jayda Evans will have a weekly conversation with a WNBA newsmaker. This week she speaks with Indiana forward Tamika Catchings, whose Fever is on a league-best six-game win streak. The 14-year veteran announced this season will be her last.
GAME STORY: Indiana outscored Seattle 30-9 in the third quarter to erase any memory of the Storm having played well on their home court at KeyArena. GAME HIGHLIGHTS • The game featured 14 lead changes, 11 of which took place in the first half • Seattle outscored Indiana 21-12 during the second quarter of play. […]
Player globetrotting is the most contentious issue between the athletes and league. From injuries due to year-round play to inconsistent penalties when games were missed in the past, it had to be addressed in the new collective-bargaining agreement.