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The NY Super Duo, Sue Bird & Breanna Stewart, Lead Seattle Storm Dynasty

Congrats to the Seattle Storm on becoming the third franchise in league history to win 4 WNBA Titles (2004, 2010, 2018 and 2020). They join...

Seattle Storm Tells White House To Keep Invite We Know They Won’t Send


Earlier this week, Breanna Stewart, Sue Bird and the rest of the

Just Because The Seattle Storm Were Offended, Doesn’t Make Them Right


I'm actually disappointed in myself for not noticing that during Sunday's Super Bowl broadcast, it was repeatedly mentioned that the city of Seattle hasn't been home to a champion in pro sports since 1979. Problem is that the Seattle St

Sue, Stewie, Seattle, Storm Las Vegas Aces, Two Hall of Famers Too Much

Midway through the WNBA season we picked the Seattle Storm to win the NBA title. We also picked Breanna Stewart to win the MVP,...

Seattle Storm’s Howard Named 2019 Defensive Player Of The Year

The 2019 WNBA playoffs kicked off on Wednesday night as Chicago and Seattle won single-elimination games to advance to Sunday's second round. With the...

‘No One Wants To See The Wolves Leave Minneapolis, But, You Know, It’s Business’...

Back in March, Kevin Garnett, the greatest player in Minnesota Timberwolves franchise history, attempted to purchase the team with a group of investors. T-Wolves owner...

Infamous Kayce: The Kicks, Sauce & Sports Saga of Seattle’s Social Media Influencer

Social media influencer, former athlete, and sneaker enthusiast Kayce Kirihara aka @infamouskayce, acknowledged to The Shadow League that the fashion and culture scene in...

Breanna Stewart Leads The Storm To The WNBA Chip, Winning MVP


When Breanna Stewart left the University of Connecticut after winning an unprecedented four straight NCAA titles, coach

Rule Breakers: The Laureen Irat Episode


There was no question in her mind: Sportswriter Laureen Irat always knew the 2018 WNBA season was going to be lit. Between the Seattle Storm vs. Phoenix Mercury showdown in the WNBA Finals, Rookie of the Year A'ja Wilson tearing up the court and Br