Seattle Storm

Cierra Burdick, mid-air, release a jump-shot as a defender stands in front and watches

Seattle Storm season in review: Cierra Burdick

By Em Adler / January 9, 2022

The Storm player reviews kick off with the team’s 12th woman

An animated rendition of Seattle's 2022 schedule, listing dates and locations and opponents. Two sharpies of different colors are shown at the bottom to imply their usage in coloring the scheduling according to home-versus-away. The bases of bobbleheads for Jewell Loyd, Breanna Steward, and Sue Bird are visible atop the screen.

Takeaways from the Seattle Storm’s 2022 schedule

By Em Adler / December 9, 2021

The Storm open with Minnesota and close in Las Vegas in their longest-ever regular season


Breanna Stewart undergoes successful left Achilles surgery

By Em Adler / October 14, 2021

Stewart should be ready for the 2022 WNBA season

This is the way the Storm ends/Not with a bang but a whimper

By Em Adler / September 27, 2021

Massive offseason questions ahead for Sue Bird, team salary cap picture


For Seattle, the gameplan against Phoenix is clear

By Em Adler / September 26, 2021

And it’s all thanks to how New York adapted the Storms’ own strategy

Film room: Los Angeles 81, Seattle 53

By Em Adler / September 14, 2021

Breaking down how Breanna Stewart is missed defensively

Breanna Stewart

Breanna Stewart ruled out for the regular season, playoffs in doubt

By Em Adler / September 10, 2021

For Stewart, this brings an abrupt end to a three-game string of great games, after her sluggish start to post-Olympic-break play

Jordin Canada goes up for an underhanded layup

Jordin Canada doesn’t need to be Sue Bird

By Em Adler / September 9, 2021

But with a reliable three, she could be Seattle’s next great star

Looking at Seattle’s possible paths through the WNBA playoffs

By Em Adler / September 4, 2021

Analyzing the possible WNBA playoff seedings for the Seattle Storm and the ways they can get there

Inside the Seattle Storm visit to the White House

By Tee Baker / August 24, 2021

WNBA welcomed to White House for the first time since 2015