Seattle Storm

Seattle Storm big Ezi Magbegor holds her hands on her hips while looking out

For Ezi Magbegor, defense and development shine against Phoenix

By Em Adler / May 18, 2022

“Every day, really, with Ezi, it’s amazing to see her growth,” said head coach Noelle Quinn.

Seattle Storm guard Sue Bird (10) guards Phoenix Mercury guard Diana Taurasi (3) in the Phoenix Mercury’s 69-64 win over the Seattle Storm, Saturday, May 14, 2022, at Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle, Wash. (Lydia Ely photo)

Sights and sounds from the GOAT wars: Taurasi vs. Bird

By Rowan Schaberg / May 16, 2022

Inside the battle of legends Sunday in Seattle

Film room: How Gabby Williams elevates the Storm

By Em Adler / May 8, 2022

Williams’ defensive contributions on Friday were transformative

Stephanie Talbot, Ezi Magbegor, Breanna Stewart, Sue Bird, Noelle Quinn, Pokey Chatman, and two others put their hands in the center while smiling, in Seattle Storm practice

2022 WNBA season preview: Seattle Storm

By Em Adler / May 6, 2022

The goal each of the past few years has been a title, and now it’s championship No. 5 or bust


Locked on Women’s Basketball: Seattle Storm training camp battles with Em Adler

By The Next / April 26, 2022

‘Host Howard Megdal sits down with Em Adler for all things Seattle Storm training camp’


Locked on Women’s Basketball: The Seattle Storm had an eventful 2022 WNBA Draft without any first-round picks

By The Next / April 13, 2022

Howard Megdal and Em discuss the Seattle Storm and all things 2022 WNBA draft

Members of the Seattle Storm front office and coaching staff sit around a table littered with papers, laptops, and office supplies for the 2022 WNBA Draft.

2022 WNBA Draft: Seattle Storm make some things out of nothing

By Em Adler / April 13, 2022

Talisa Rhea discusses the Storm’s war room deliberations

Emma Meesseman takes a fadeaway jumper with Megan Huff attempting to rise to contest

The Next’s WNBA offseason visual tracker

By Em Adler / February 5, 2022

A visual rundown of all the WNBA’s offseason movement

Briann January defensively harasses a Courtney Williams who has picked up her dribble

JANUARY HYMN: Nine thoughts after Seattle reaches deal with Briann January

By Em Adler / January 28, 2022

If Bird, Loyd, and January all scale back their minutes from last year, that nearly exceeds the 80 minutes available across the guard spots

Seattle Storm players put their hands in to end a timeout, Noelle Quinn sitting towards the middle, with Jordin Canada, Breanna Stewart, Sue Bird, and Mercedes Russell sitting in front of her, and the rest of the Storm leaning in from both sides.

Seattle Storm free agency: a choose-your-own-adventure game

By Em Adler / January 28, 2022

You’re Talisa Rhea now