All-Stars Sylvia Fowles and Epiphanny Prince combined for 47 points to lead the Chicago Sky to a 78-69 win over the Seattle Storm on Tuesday night.
Jessica Davenport says she just lets the game come to her. Tamika Catchings believes that approach is helping the Indiana Fever center enjoy her best season.
Tina Charles had 20 points and 10 rebounds to help the Connecticut Sun hold off the Seattle Storm 75-70 on Friday night.
President Barack Obama will honor the WNBA champion Seattle Storm at the White House next week.
Rebekkah Brunson had 22 points and 14 rebounds for her fourth double-double in four games, and the Minnesota Lynx beat the Seattle Storm 81-74 Thursday night.
Along with now being a two-time WNBA champion and continued recognition as arguably the best women's player in the world, something else changed for Lauren Jackson in the offseason. She grew one inch.
The Seattle Storm begin their quest for a second-straight WNBA title on Saturday, but Sunday presented one final tune up.
Seattle Storm veteran Lauren Jackson will miss the first three months of the Storm's 2012 season to make a run at a gold medal with her Basketball Australia team for the 2012 Olympics, the team announced Wednesday.
President Barack Obama says he's looking forward to congratulating the Seattle Storm at the White House.
One day after sweeping the Atlanta Dream to win their second WNBA championship, the Seattle Storm arrived back in Seattle in style.
The Seattle Storm completed their undefeated march through the postseason, beating the Atlanta Dream 87-84 on Thursday night for a three-game sweep in the WNBA finals.
The Dream took a redeye flight from Seattle after Tuesday night's 87-84 loss, then drove straight from the Atlanta airport to their practice court early Wednesday for a short workout.
League MVP Lauren Jackson scored 26 points, Swin Cash added 19 and the Seattle Storm moved one game away from their second WNBA title with an 87-84 win over the Atlanta Dream in Game 2 of the finals on Tuesday night.
Whether it was the clincher in the Western Conference Finals against Phoenix or hitting a 16-footer to give Seattle the lead in the final moments in Game 1 of the WNBA Finals, Sue Bird feels completely at ease with the ball in her hands and the seconds ticking away.
Three years ago, the Seattle Storm were still attached at the hip to the NBA SuperSonics and both franchises were potentially headed out of town with ownership based in the Midwest trying to relocate the franchise to Oklahoma City.