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Movies, Twitter, basketball, bulldogs (and other things) with NY Times best-selling author Shea Serrano

The Times recently gave Shea a call ahead of his visit to Seattle. In the spirit of his new book "Movies (And Other Things)", this is a series of question about movies (and many other things).
Tags: Books, News, Entertainment, Life, Sports, Storm, Times, Seattle, Ny Times, Shea, Shea Serrano

Storm’s Natasha Howard makes All-WNBA first team; Washington takes 2-1 lead over Connecticut in Finals

Storm forward Natasha Howard, previously voted this year’s WNBA Defensive Player of the Year, was named to the All-WNBA first team for the first time in her career. Ex-Gonzaga standout Courtney Vandersloot of the Chicago Sky joins Howard on the first team.
Tags: News, Washington, Sports, Connecticut, Storm, WNBA, Gonzaga, Howard, Chicago Sky, Natasha Howard, Courtney Vandersloot, All WNBA

This breathtaking photo shows rare St. Elmo’s fire from an airplane cockpit

I am quite fascinated by both thunderstorms and photos from an airplane. But what about taking a photo of a rare weather phenomenon straight from the cockpit? This is exactly what Swiss pilot and photographer Sales Wick did while en route to Brazil. He captured pretty rare St. Elmo’s fire and it looks like the […] The post This breathtaking photo shows rare St. Elmo’s fire from an airplane cockpit appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Lightning, Storm, Airplane, Cockpit, Sales Wick

Storm, playing third road game in four days, falls to Sky

Kentwood grad Courtney Vandersloot scored the final four points of Chicago's 83-79 win.
Tags: News, Sports, Chicago, Storm, Kentwood, Courtney Vandersloot

Natasha Howard, Jordin Canada lead the way as Storm drubs Atlanta Dream 82-66

The Seattle Storm is 2-1 on the young season after winning 82-66 on the road at the Atlanta Dream.
Tags: News, Sports, Storm, WNBA

Sue Bird has arthroscopic surgery on left knee, Storm guard sidelined indefinitely

Storm point guard Sue Bird will be sidelined indefinitely after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on her left knee.
Tags: News, Sports, Storm

Storm starts in hole, can’t get out in 72-61 loss at Minnesota

The Storm also made just 2 of 15 three-pointers in its first game of the season on the road. Natasha Howard led the Storm with 18 points.
Tags: News, Minnesota, Sports, Storm, Natasha Howard

‘This is my moment’: No longer in the shadows, Natasha Howard is ready to prove she can be a star

Natasha Howard has made a meteoric rise from defensive specialist and supporting cast member on two WNBA championship squads to playing the lead role for this year's Storm after it lost Breanna Stewart and Sue Bird.
Tags: News, Sports, Storm, WNBA, Breanna Stewart, Natasha Howard

Sue Bird’s absence opens door for Jordin Canada to grow for Storm

In her first game at the helm, Storm second-year point guard Jordin Canada showed that, as upsetting as Sue Bird's absence may be, it may be a blessing for the franchise's future.
Tags: News, Sports, Storm, WNBA

In season-opening win over Phoenix, Natasha Howard & Co. give a glimpse of the new-look Storm

With two starters on the bench in street clothes and its injured star Breanna Stewart, who is out for the season, sitting in the stands, the Storm overcame a double-digit deficit and pulled away in the fourth quarter for a 77-68 victory over the Mercury.
Tags: News, Sports, Storm, WNBA

New arena, new-look lineup, same result: Storm comes back to beat Mercury in WNBA season opener

With two starters on the bench in street clothes and its injured star Breanna Stewart, who is out for the season, sitting in the stands, the Storm overcame a double-digit deficit and pulled away in the fourth quarter for a 77-68 victory over the Mercury.
Tags: News, Sports, Storm, WNBA

Once a repeat title contender, the Storm starts the 2019 WNBA season as an unlucky underdog

Despite what looks to be a dour forecast, clearly the Storm has no plans to take this season off.
Tags: News, Sports, Storm, WNBA

Storm season preview: Picks, predictions, what you need to know ahead of WNBA opening weekend

Instead of celebrating its WNBA championship, the Storm spent its offseason dealing with one piece of bad news after another. Now the defending champs are definitive underdogs. Here's all you need to know before Seattle opens its season against the Phoenix Mercury on Saturday.
Tags: News, Sports, Storm, Seattle, WNBA, Phoenix Mercury

Breanna Stewart placed on suspended list, opening a roster spot

By placing injured Breanna Stewart on the suspended list, the Storm opened a roster spot for promising rookie forward Anriel Howard.
Tags: News, Sports, Storm, WNBA, Breanna Stewart

Can the Storm, and its fans, find any silver lining in all the recent setbacks?

It has been a non-stop barrage of bad news. It started with Breanna Stewart’s Achilles tear, followed by coach Dan Hughes’ revelation of a cancer diagnosis, and now a knee injury that could sideline Sue Bird for the entire season.
Tags: News, Sports, Storm, WNBA, Breanna Stewart, Dan Hughes, Sue Bird

Bad news gets worse for Storm, which loses Sue Bird for at least two months to knee injury

The Storm star is expected to miss 8-10 weeks and could sit out the entire 2019 season.
Tags: News, Sports, Storm, WNBA

Storm wrap up preseason 0-2 after loss to Sparks

Jordin Canada scored 18 as Storm falls 92-85.
Tags: News, Sports, Storm, Sparks, Jordin Canada

Storm falls in finals seconds to Phoenix in exhibition opener in Everett

Nearly all of the Storm's top returning players were absent in a 67-64 loss to the Mercury at Everett's Angel of the Winds Arena.
Tags: News, Sports, Storm, Phoenix, Everett

WNBA names Cathy Engelbert as new commissioner

The WNBA, which has operated without a commissioner since October, appointed Cathy Engelbert, a long-time executive at the consulting firm Deloitte to lead the league, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver announced Wednesday. “Cathy is a world-class business leader with a deep connection to women’s basketball, which makes her the ideal person to lead the WNBA into […]
Tags: News, Sports, Nba, Storm, Deloitte, WNBA, Adam Silver, Cathy, Cathy Engelbert

Winter Is Coming Back to California With a Series of Wild Storms

By mid-May, California is usually leaning pretty hard into the summer dry season. But a bizarre series of storms will have weather maps looking more like winter than spring.Read more...
Tags: Science, California, Snow, Rain, Storm, Weather Is Happening, Winter Is Coming Again

The Storm is coming to Everett. Here’s what it means for the defending champs

The Storm’s exhibition opener 7 p.m. Wednesday against the Phoenix Mercury will be the first professional basketball game at the Angel of the Winds Arena since it opened in 2003.
Tags: News, Sports, Storm, WNBA, Phoenix Mercury, Everett Here

Through thick and thin, Sue Bird has been the consistent center of the Storm for 17 years now

Sue Bird, the 38-year-old point guard for the Seattle Storm, has essentially become the WNBA’s Tim Duncan. She’s a perennial All-Star with multiple titles who doesn’t decline with age.
Tags: News, Sports, Storm, WNBA, Seattle Storm, Sue Bird

Gary Kloppenburg brings plenty of experience into his role as interim coach for the Seattle Storm

In 2017, the Storm also called on Gary Kloppenburg to be its interim coach, and Seattle four in a row and was 5-3 in the final eight games to clinch a postseason berth. “I’m pretty good at this interim stuff,” he said.
Tags: News, Sports, Storm, Seattle, WNBA, Seattle Storm, Gary Kloppenburg

Storm needs a replacement for Breanna Stewart, and Jewell Loyd is ready to do her consistent best

The Storm is coping with the loss of MVP forward Breanna Stewart, out with an Achilles injury. Theoretically, the next woman up is Jewell Loyd, a first-time All-Star last year who is poised for a big breakout season having been seemingly thrust into a starring role.
Tags: News, Sports, Storm, WNBA, Breanna Stewart, Jewell Loyd

Storm’s biggest offseason addition Shavonte Zellous ready to bring ‘tenacity’ to Seattle

During her 11-year career, Shavonte Zellous built a reputation as a defensive stalwart since she was the No 11 pick in the WNBA draft. She'll play a key role with the Storm this season.
Tags: News, Sports, Storm

‘All I can do is be myself’: How Storm’s Crystal Langhorne is preparing for the impossible task of replacing Breanna Stewart

Crystal Langhorne will likely get the first crack at filling in for Breanna Stewart in large part because the 6-foot-4 forward has the requisite size with more talent and experience than anyone else in camp.
Tags: News, Sports, Storm, Breanna Stewart, Langhorne

Storm coach Dan Hughes heads into cancer surgery knowing the world is by his side

Dan Hughes, fresh off leading the Storm to the franchise’s third WNBA title, is going through the challenge of a lifetime. But he is facing his upcoming cancer surgery with grace and an upbeat attitude, buoyed by the support he has received.
Tags: News, Sports, Storm, WNBA, Dan Hughes

Defending WNBA champion Storm opens training camp with new faces and new challenges for 2019

The good news is six of the seven Storm returnees who aren’t in camp are expected to join the team in the next two weeks. The bad news is reigning MVP Breanna Stewart is out with a season-ending Achilles injury.
Tags: News, Sports, Storm, Breanna Stewart

5 key storylines to watch as Storm opens up training camp ahead of 2019 season

Seattle is a veteran team, but with so many questions that’s not a lot of time to recreate the chemistry from a team that compiled a league-best 26-8 record last season and won the WNBA Finals. Here are the five biggest storylines for the Storm during camp.
Tags: News, Sports, Storm, Seattle