Breanna Stewart, one of the WNBA's most celebrated players, and Stephanie Talbot announced Wednesday they are both leaving the Storm.
Today, we’re taking a look back on big moments for Seattle sports fans in 2022. Locally, the Mariners broke a 21-year playoff drought, Sue Bird played her last game for the Storm, Russell Wilson left for Denver, and the Sounders hosted — and won — the CONCACAF championship.
But internationally, the year kicked off with a controversial Winter Olympics, hosted in China, and ended with a contentious World Cup and Qatar.
Paige Browning talks with sports writer Jeff Brown about the Seattle Storm's chances to get back to the WNBA Finals.
Seattle Storm legend Sue Bird is calling it a career. This week, she announced this will be her last season before she retires.
Kim Malcolm talks with Seattle Storm broadcaster Elise Woodward about the Storm's upcoming playoff run, and the team's chances of winning another championship.
Another week, another shot at making sense of what life is like now with KUOW's Adwoa Gyimah-Brempong and the Seattle Storm’s Mercedes Russell.
The Most Valuable Player in the WNBA is expected to miss the upcoming season due to injury.
On Sunday night, Seattle Storm point guard Sue Bird smashed through the team's all-time leading scorer record. She put up 21 points against the Mystics....
Lovable losers? Newbies with something to prove? A town on the cusp of reclaiming its glory? Seattle sports fans, it's time to talk about who we are....