Seattle Storm

We Believe

Sun June 21 vs Phoenix @ Key Arena (Photo credit: Neil Enns) The defending champions came to town without Taurasi (sitting out 2015) and Griner (suspended 7 games). Not that we missed them much. Though Taurasi is always fun to tease… The Storm won the first quarter 21-19 with 6 players scoring, led by Renee’s 6 off the bench. (she appears to be applying for her 2nd 6th Woman of the Year award.) […]

June 24th, 2015|Seattle Storm, WNBA|

STORM GAME #5 vs CONN @ Key Arena 6-16

(Photo credit: Neil Enns) The two stories of this game were Abby’s Block Party and the questionable ref-fing (a favorite lament of any sports fan). Connecticut brought a 3-1 record with their newly re-vamped line-up, including Millie and Strick who were traded for Renee and KML. Very odd to see Millie in navy blue! And she still had the same moves and they still worked. She notched 12 points for the game. […]

June 19th, 2015|Seattle Storm, WNBA|


  (Photo credit: Storm Photography) June 11 @ Minn, the preseason favorites Who likes to talk about bad news? With 3:19 to go in the first quarter things were looking pretty good with the Storm down just 11-12. Then a Minny 7 point run made it 11-19. Second quarter was better with the Storm just trailing 18-20 but that put them at a 10 point deficit at the half. Then the roof got blown off in the 3rd quarter with Minn […]

June 16th, 2015|Seattle Storm, WNBA|


Tuesday June 9th at Tulsa The Storm started strong at home with a young, revamped team, but how good can they be? They headed out On The Road to Find Out. Let’s just say it was A Hard Day’s Night. The opening tip went to Bird who fired it to a streaking, wide-open O’Hea who proceeded to miss an uncontested lay-in. Mamma Mia! […]

June 10th, 2015|Seattle Storm, WNBA|


(Photo credit: Neil Enns) That’s the Storm’s tagline this year.  To catch you up, we have Sue Bird in her 14th year, Alysha Clark (AC) in her 4th year, Crystal Langhorne (Lang) in her 2nd year, Abby Bishop in her 2nd year (last seen in 2010) and the rest are all newcomers to the Storm. We have a new coach, Jenny Boucek, promoted from assistant, we have a new president, Alisha Valavanis, and we have hit the RESET button. […]

June 8th, 2015|Seattle Storm, WNBA|
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