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    Breanna Stewart Says It Is Weird Playing Against Jewell Loyd, But Happy To See Her Playing Well

    The New York Liberty started strong and never relinquished their lead as they defeated the Seattle Storm with an 81-66 victory on Sunday at Climate Pledge Arena. Right from the beginning, the Liberty took control of the game, scoring the first seven points and establishing a double-digit lead in the first quarter. They maintained their […] More

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    Seattle Storm’s Sami Whitcomb and Noelle Quinn Speak on the Phenomenal Rise of All-Star Ezi Magbegor

    In the world of basketball, young talents constantly emerge, captivating fans and experts alike with their exceptional skills and potential. One such rising star is Ezi Magbegor, the Australian basketball prodigy who has been making waves in the sport. Recently, two seasoned professionals, Sami Whitcomb and Noelle Quinn, spoke highly of Magbegor, praising her abilities […] More

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    Storm Announced 2023 Training Camp Roster

    The Seattle Storm and third-year head coach Noelle Quinn welcomes a talented group of 16 players to its training facility at Seattle Pacific University as 2023 Storm training camp opens Sunday, April 30. “This year’s training camp roster is filled with tough, focused, hardworking athletes who have an opportunity to not only make the roster but impact […] More

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    Seattle Storm Ana WaFd Bank Team Up To Help Schools Under Title I

    The Seattle Storm today announced a partnership with WaFd Bank that includes launching Fit Futures, a community initiative that will provide kids with equal access to physical activity and financial education, as well as a special on-court contest for fans attending regular season games, and a half court shootaround challenge with Storm players benefitting a local non-profit. Some of the […] More

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    Seattle Storm Draft Jade Loville With Their Final Pick Of The 2023 WNBA Draft Out Of Arizona

    The Seattle Storm with their final pick in the 2023 WNBA Draft, drafted Jade Loville, a 5-11 guard who returns to the Pacific Northwest after closing out her collegiate career at the University of Arizona. Loville, who is originally from Sammamish, Washington, and graduated from Skyline High School, played three seasons at Boise State before […] More

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    The Seattle Storm Snag Jordan Horston Out Tennessee With The 9th Pick In 2023 WNBA Draft

    Jordan Horston’s selection by the Seattle Storm with the ninth overall pick in the WNBA draft is a significant achievement and recognition of her outstanding college career. Horston, a 6-2 guard from Tennessee, has been a versatile and dynamic player for the Lady Vols, excelling in multiple positions and earning accolades for her skills on […] More

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    The Seattle Storm Take Madi Williams Out Of Oklahoma With The 18th Pick in 2023 Draft

    Madi Williams’ selection by the Seattle Storm in the WNBA Draft is a huge accomplishment and an exciting opportunity for the former Oklahoma star. Williams is known for her scoring ability, versatility, and strong rebounding skills, which should make her a valuable addition to the Storm’s lineup. With her high draft position, she also becomes […] More

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    Seattle Storm Add Forward Jasmine Walker

    The Seattle Storm announced today the signing of free agent forward Jasmine Walker. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed. “Jasmine brings versatility as a scorer and defender to help provide us with additional depth in our frontcourt,” said Noelle Quinn, Seattle Storm Head Coach. “She has a natural ability to space the floor with […] More

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