2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
26-8, 1st in Western Conference
8h

LaChina & Terrika recap the 2018 WNBA season

LaChina Robinson and Terrika Foster-Brasby put a bow on the WNBA season. They recap some postseason matchups, discuss the Storm's journey to success and share their favorite moments from the season.

SportsCenter: #espnWtop10 (2:55)
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14hJames L. Jackson | ESPN Stats & Info

What are the biggest questions for the WNBA offseason?

Will Breanna Stewart continue her reign as MVP, or will Liz Cambage dethrone the Storm star? How will the Lynx retool? And what's next for Las Vegas?

AP Photo/Nick Wass
5dKevin Pelton

Bird: Storm players have no interest in WH visit

Sue Bird said that she and her Storm teammates were "on the same page" about not having interest in visiting the White House if an invitation is extended to the new WNBA champions.

Stewart shares what's next in her legendary basketball career (0:57)
Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports
7dMechelle Voepel

Howard shines in starring role for Storm

Natasha Howard won a WNBA title last season as a Minnesota reserve. Wednesday, she helped lead the way with 29 points and 14 rebounds for Seattle.

Stewart leads Storm to 2018 WNBA title (0:59)
AP Photo/Nick Wass
7dMechelle Voepel

WNBA title proves to be Stewart's destiny

For Breanna Stewart, it wasn't a matter of if she'd win a WNBA title. The when was answered Wednesday as Stewart led the Storm to a Finals sweep.

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7dMechelle Voepel

Bird, Storm cap long journey back to WNBA title

Sue Bird has long defined the Storm. And while she was at the heart of the team's third title, everything else fell into place around her in Seattle.

SportsCenter: #espnWtop10 (3:03)
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8dSean Hurd | ESPN The Magazine

Storm look to finish series quickly this time

A win away from their third WNBA title, the Storm don't have to look back far to remember how hard it is to close out a series.

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8dMechelle Voepel

Even-keeled Sanders keeps things calm for Mystics

Just like her dad taught her, LaToya Sanders is calm and worries only about what she can control. That's the mindset the Mystics take into Game 3 of the WNBA Finals.

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8dMechelle Voepel

USA Basketball sets 16 finalists for Women's Cup

Elena Delle Donne, Sue Bird, Jewell Loyd and Breanna Stewart -- all playing in the WNBA Finals -- are among the 16 finalists for the U.S. roster for the FIBA Women's World Cup.

Kobe says Stewart and Delle Donne 'can literally do it all' (2:23)
AP Photo/Elaine Thompson
10dKevin Pelton

Mystics' Toliver: 'We're going to be better'

The Mystics head home down 2-0 in the WNBA Finals confident of one thing: They'll shoot better Wednesday than they did in their Game 2 loss.

Joshua Huston/NBAE via Getty Images
10dMechelle Voepel

'Good ol' Sue Bird move' helps Seattle clinch Game 2 win

Seattle had one foul to give, and Kristi Toliver cried foul. Sue Bird said not so fast; she has been doing that "swipe-around-the-back" move a long time. Just ask UConn's Chris Dailey.

Bird appears to foul Toliver before loose ball (0:35)
Mystics gave themselves an opportunity to win (0:55)

Team Leaders 2018

  • Offense
  • Defense
  • Points Per Game

  • Assists Per Game

  • Field Goal Percentage

  • Rebounds Per Game

  • Steals Per Game

  • Blocks Per Game

Team Stats

Points Per Game87.3
Rebounds Per Game35.2
Assists Per Game21.2

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2018268.765
20171519.441
20161618.471
20151024.294
20141222.353