Sue Bird

‘Like a fairy tale’: Sights and sounds from the final homecoming of Sue Bird

By Em Adler / June 21, 2022

An ending so perfect, it could have been scripted

Sue Bird

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Sue Bird takes New York one last time

By The Next / June 20, 2022

I don’t think anything will be like it was today just given that I’m from here

Storm guard Sue Bird (10) stands with her hands on her hips and her back facing the camera.

Daily Briefing — June 17, 2022: EMPTY NESTERS — Sue Bird announces plan to retire from professional basketball

By Isabel Rodrigues / June 17, 2022

Han Xu is a runaway freight train

A’ja Wilson, Breanna Stewart lead WNBA All-Star fan voting after first returns

By Gabriela Carroll / June 11, 2022

Parker, Plum and Delle Donne round out the top five

Four Seattle Storm players -- Gabby Williams, Briann January, Jewell Loyd, and Epiphanny Prince -- walk away from the camera while Breanna Stewart faces them and joyfully high-fives Williams and January. Loyd and Prince are talking to each other.

Seattle Storm mailbag: Vibes, Ezi Magbegor, matchups, and more!

By Em Adler / June 4, 2022

Here’s the mail, it never fails/It makes me want to wag my tail/When it comes, I wanna wail, Mail!

Seattle Storm big wing Breanna Stewart loads up before shooting a free-throw

EuroLeague offseason updates: Virtus Bologna trying to build a superteam?

By Antonio Losada / June 4, 2022

The European season has come to a close but the transfer market is already heating up, including big ambitions from Virtus Bologna

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

Abby Meyers cradles the ball in front of a defender while directing a teammate

Daily Briefing — Feb. 19, 2022: Chicago contracts, chalk in the Pac-12

By Em Adler / February 19, 2022

Princeton sends the Bears into hibernation

What Sylvia Fowles’ announcement means for the WNBA, Lynx

By Gabriella Lewis / February 1, 2022

With last-year announcements from Sylvia Fowles and Sue Bird, the 2022 WNBA season is bound to be epic.

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