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Topic - Seattle Storm
The Seattle Storm is a Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) team based in Seattle, Washington. They are currently led by Australian basketball star Lauren Jackson and former Connecticut Huskies star Sue Bird. - Source: Wikipedia
Crystal Langhorne scored 12 points and the Washington Mystics beat the Seattle Storm 62-59 on Saturday, giving coach Mike Thibault a WNBA-record 212 career victories.
Sue Bird is no stranger to surgeries. She'll have her fourth one in six years in early May to remove a cyst from her left knee.
After losing seven of their first eight games, the Seattle Storm decided to stop thinking too much and just let their instincts take over. Now, they're on an unbeatable roll.
Ann Wauters had 14 points and seven rebounds to help the Seattle Storm beat the Washington Mystics 72-55 on Sunday for their fourth consecutive victory after a 1-7 start.
Crystal Langhorne spent the WNBA offseason playing in Moscow, but she knew what was happening with the Washington Mystics every step of the way. Coach and general manager Trudi Lacey kept her in the loop.
Nnemkadi Ogwumike is excited to be staying in California.
There isn't a likely franchise player in WNBA draft on Monday, such as Candace Parker, Angel McCoughtry, Tina Charles and Maya Moore _ the No. 1 picks the last four years.
The Pac-12 women's basketball tournament is headed to the Pacific Northwest next year: Seattle's Key Arena.
The Israeli women's basketball league canceled its entire season after local players went on strike to protest a new rule giving more playing opportunities to foreigners. The decision leaves several top WNBA players out of work.
It was the final home game of the season for the Mystics, as well as fan appreciation day, but the way the Mystics played on Sunday afternoon at Verizon Center left little to appreciate.
Diana Taurasi picked off an errant pass by Sue Bird and made a driving shot with 6.3 seconds left to lift the Phoenix Mercury past the Seattle Storm 81-79 Tuesday night.
There were the record number of first-time WNBA All-Stars, and a halftime ceremony honoring the best players in WNBA history. Indiana Fever guard Katie Douglas didn't fit into either category.
Mystics leading scorer Crystal Langhorne scored 10 points in her return to the lineup, but Washington dropped a 79-71 decision to the Seattle Storm on Tuesday for its fourth straight loss.
Mystics forward Crystal Langhorne missed the first game of her three-year career, and the Mystics sorely missed her presence as they fell to the defending WNBA champion Seattle Storm 73-63 on Sunday at Verizon Center.
The Seattle Storm had such a dominant run to the WNBA championship last year, they are the overwhelming favorites to win again as the league opens its 15th season this weekend.