Seattle Storm

Nneka Ogwumike stands in a bright yellow blazer holding a Storm jersey emblazoned with the number three and Ogwumike's last name. She stands next to Skylar Diggins-Smith who holds a jersey with her own last name and the number four on it.

Skylar Diggins-Smith and Nneka Ogwumike talk why Seattle, excitement, and high expectations

By Bella Munson / February 28, 2024

Dedicated practice facilities, high expectations, and Jewell Loyd highlight how Seattle signed two all-time greats

A sign inside Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis shows Indiana Fever rookie center Aliyah Boston smiling and holding her blue No. 7 jersey at chest level. The Fever logo is behind her.

How to watch the 2024 WNBA Draft revealed

By Sydney Wingfield / February 28, 2024

BAM provides a stage for show on WNBA’s future

Skylar Diggins-Smith stands in a gym, talking to Bridget Pettis who has her back turned to the camera, basketball under her arm.

How Bridget Pettis helped Skylar Diggins-Smith return to the court

By Bella Munson / February 27, 2024

Diggins-Smith: ‘I didn’t feel like I wanted to keep playing’

Nneka Ogwumike stands in profile view with her hair in a bun and a white headband as she looks up into the distance.

Nneka Ogwumike signing completes Seattle’s turnaround into immediate contender

By Bella Munson / February 6, 2024

One of the WNBA’s all-time great players adds both impressive offense and defense that will undoubtedly further elevate the Storm

A photo of streaks of light criss-crossing through space, taken from a long exposure camera shot.

As WNBA free agency rolls on, let’s look at some depth charts

By Em Adler / February 4, 2024

A vibes-based approach to taking stock of the most chaotic time of the year

Phoenix Mercury guard Skylar Diggins-Smith prepares to jump in the air for a right-handed layup.

Skylar Diggins-Smith signing spells bright future for Seattle Storm

By Bella Munson / February 1, 2024

Seattle sign one of the league’s best point guards with plenty of cap space to spare

Jewell Loyd, Rhyne Howard, Arike Ogunbowale, Shakira Austin, Aliyah Boston and Brionna Jones sit at the WNBA league office.

A day with Aliyah Boston, Rhyne Howard and WNBA’s 2024 PMA cohort

By Jackie Powell / January 11, 2024

Inside how the WNBA’s PMA program has evolved since its inception

Seattle Storm head coach Noelle Quinn stands on the sidelines and watches her team play with her arms folded across her chest.

2024 WNBA free agency preview: Seattle Storm

By Rowan Schaberg / January 10, 2024

Jewell Loyd’s extension ‘jump-started everything’ for Seattle

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The Next staff picks: Top stories and podcasts of 2023

By Isabel Rodrigues / December 22, 2023

Whether it be college, pro or international hoops, our writers reflect on a year of work in women’s basketball

Wearing all-black uniforms, four Seattle Storm players walk onto the court together.

Seattle Storm continue rebuild with No. 4 pick

By Rowan Schaberg / December 11, 2023

‘We’re excited to be where we are and make the most out of that’