Video: Seattle Storm forward Swin Cash takes Fox Sports through her pre-game routine.
This guy apparently didn't watch the Phoenix Mercury's 92-83 win last night, but gets props for rocking a Seattle Storm jersey (I have yet to obtain a WNBA jersey). He says it's time to panic, but I'd respectfully disagree - the Storm have lost twice in two seasons at KeyArena. As we already know, neither of those losses were against the Mercury. No need to panic and - after Game 2 - no reason to be overconfident either. Anyway, for more on the game, visit the summaries at either SBN Arizona and SBN Seattle.
Seattle Storm center Lauren Jackson and forward Swin Cash collaborated with Seattle's other professional sports teams to create a video message for the "It Gets Better Project" that is currently posted at ItGetsBetter.org. Click here for more about how the project originated. I would also recommend this piece by Latoya Peterson of Racialicious, which includes a constructive criticism of the project and aims to shine a spotlight on how homophobia and racism come together to affect black youth.
Connecticut Sun coach Mike Thibault said that Sue Bird used an illegal screen to get that buzzer-beating three point shot off to lift the Seattle Storm to an 81-79 victory last night. The video is above: You make the call!
Seattle Storm coach Brian Agler...doing the Stanky Leg. 'Nuff said. (h/t @SwinCash, who I sincerely hope does get another day off after this).
"Some video from the amazing finish to last nights Western Conference Semi-Finals Game 2 between the LA Sparks and the Seattle Storm. Storm were down by 4 with 14.3 seconds left and managed by pull out the win thanks to some clutch plays by Sue Bird and Camille Little. Video includes a feed of twitter messages and blog comments from the Seattle Times and stormfans.org." (From the Seattle Storm)