The Storm has teamed up with other Seattle pro sports teams to create a video for the "It Gets Better Project." Storm stars Swin Cash and Lauren Jackson are featured.
Starting with blue for her beloved Dallas Mavericks, Ashley Robinson has sported four different hair colors this season.
The Storm led early, but Phoenix fought back and snapped a nine-game head-to-head losing streak when Swin Cash was unable to convert a chance to tie in the closing seconds.
Swin Cash's Cash for Kids Foundation hosted a pair of events for local middle school-aged girls from the Boys & Girls Clubs of King County's InfluenceHer Program. Check out photos from the events.
Instead of a game-winning shot, Sue Bird came up with a game-saving steal to preserve Saturday's 63-62 win over the New York Liberty. Bird stripped Essence Carson as time ran out, giving the Storm the win in Lauren Jackson's return from hip surgery. Jackson scored a game-high 20 points.
The Storm pulled away from the San Antonio Silver Stars down the stretch Tuesday, coming up with a 63-55 victory that could loom large in the playoff race behind four starters scoring double-figures.
A healthy diet is one factor that has helped Storm guard Katie Smith enjoy such a long and productive WNBA career. Smith is studying nutrition for her post-playing career.
The Storm committed a franchise-record 29 turnovers Sunday in Atlanta, dooming the team's offense in a 70-53 loss to the Dream.
Sue Bird was the hero Friday, delivering the winning shot with 0.4 seconds left to give the Storm an 81-79 victory over the Connecticut Sun.
We're celebrating 10 years of Sue Bird in Seattle with top ten lists, photos through the years and more.
The Storm signed guard Allie Quigley, a three-year WNBA veteran originally drafted by the team in 2008, to a seven-day contract on Monday.
The Minnesota Lynx shot 56.3 percent from the field en route to a lopsided 92-67 victory over the Storm Friday at the Target Center.
Lauren Jackson has signed a multi-year contract extension to stay with the Storm, Head Coach and Director of Player Personnel Brian Agler announced Tuesday. The three-time WNBA MVP has played her entire career in Seattle.
Playing in pink on Breast Health Awareness Night, the Storm pulled away from the San Antonio Silver Stars in the fourth quarter of a 78-64 victory. San Antonio scored just two points in the first 7:40 of the final period and shot 39.1 percent for the evening.
Storm Head Coach Brian Agler just wanted to get to August at .500. The Storm topped that goal and is playing much better basketball going into a home-friendly stretch.