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WNBA drafts familiar names

Though Gonzaga star Courtney Vandersloot and Spokane native Angie Bjorklund were surprised to be selected by the Chicago Sky in the WNBA Draft on Monday, for some reason it seems …


Vandersloot, Bjorklund await WNBA fate with draft on Monday

There was a little too much magic in the recently completed basketball season for Courtney Vandersloot’s next dream to come true. The All-America point guard who led Gonzaga to the …


Draft approaches for Vandersloot, Bjorklund

Gonzaga’s Courtney Vandersloot and University HS grad Angie Bjorklund, who played at Tennessee, anticipate Monday’s WNBA draft.


Seattle Storm sweep for second title

ATLANTA – Sue Bird jumped into Lauren Jackson’s arms to celebrate the Seattle Storm’s second WNBA championship and admitted that, after six years of waiting, this title was sweeter than …


Storm sweep to second WNBA title

Sue Bird jumped into Lauren Jackson’s arms to celebrate the Seattle Storm’s second WNBA championship and admitted that, after six years of waiting, this title was sweeter than the first. …


Storm squeak by in opener of WNBA finals

SEATTLE – Different game. Different venue. Same old Sue Bird. Same result for the Seattle Storm, too.


Game-ending 15-0 run seals Storm’s trip to WNBA finals

Sue Bird wanted no part of a deciding game with a spot in the WNBA finals on the line. Thanks to her clutch shooting, the Seattle Storm won’t have to …


Seattle Storm eye West title, Taurasi

They call them chips, and no one stacks them better than Diana Taurasi. The Phoenix guard has won so many championships – or chips – that Seattle guard Svetlana Abrosimova …


Storm sweep L.A. Sparks

With 1:13 remaining in Game 2, Storm star Lauren Jackson was substituted out of the matchup. As she happily slapped high-fives with teammates, leading by 15, the 6-foot-5 Australian released …


Storm electric in rout of Shock

SEATTLE – Reserve Svetlana Abrosimova had 20 points, and Swin Cash added 18 to help lead the Seattle Storm to a 111-65 win over the Tulsa Shock on Saturday night …


Storm get even with Fever

SEATTLE – Lauren Jackson scored 28 points, including a reverse layup with 19.3 seconds left, Sue Bird hit three straight 3-pointers in the fourth quarter and the Seattle Storm rallied …


Healthy resolve

SEATTLE – In one sentence, Swin Cash summed up the biggest reason why the Seattle Storm have continually been considered the WNBA power unable to match its potential. “It’s kind …


Seattle Storm showcase talent from Australia

SEATTLE – Forgive Australians Abby Bishop and Lauren Jackson if they looked at rookie Alison Lacey strangely. The trio hails from Australia, Lacey born in Canberra, where Bishop and Jackson …


Seattle Storm sign Bowman

College basketball: Heather Bowman, Gonzaga’s and the West Coast Conference’s all-team leading scorer, has a chance to continue her career close to home. The Lewis and Clark graduate has signed …


Phoenix stops Storm, takes home-court edge

Diana Taurasi scored five of her 22 points in overtime, and the Phoenix Mercury went on to a 92-84 victory against the injury-depleted Seattle Storm on Thursday night at Seattle, …


Storm cruise past Liberty for sixth straight victory

NEW YORK – Even without Lauren Jackson, the Seattle Storm aren’t settling for just making the postseason. They have their eyes on first-place Phoenix. Camille Little had 17 points and …


Former LC Tiger January enjoying life in the WNBA

Briann January was a starter for the first game of her rookie season in the WNBA and on the bench by the third game but the former Lewis and Clark …


In brief: Fever slap Storm with first setback

Basketball: Katie Douglas scored 20 points to lead the Indiana Fever to a 73-66 victory over the Seattle Storm on Tuesday night in Indianapolis. Ebony Hoffman scored 18 and Tamika …


Zheng Scores 28 For Sparks

Zheng Haixia scored 18 of her 28 points in the first half as the Los Angeles Sparks defeated the Sacramento Monarchs 93-73 Friday. Zheng, the league’s tallest player at 6-foot-8, …