Sue Bird and the Seattle Storm Win 2018 WNBA Championship

Storm forward Breanna Stewart signs autographs for fans before game one of the WNBA Finals as the Seattle Storm take on the Washington Mystics at Key Arena in Seattle Friday

Sami Whitcomb’s Seattle Storm win the WNBA title

Breanna Stewart scored 30 points and took home the finals MVP award as the Seattle Storm claimed their third WNBA title with a 98-82 win over the Washington Mystics on Wednesday, September 12.

Seattle won 26 games during the regular season - 11 more than the 2017 campaign - entered the playoffs as the No. 1 seed, and swept the finals. She truly was the MVP of these Finals.

"I posted on the board for my team in training camp one of the preseason predictions that was out there", Thibault recalled. It was their first Finals appearance and Wednesday was their first time hosting a Finals game, with a sellout crowd of 9,164 in the building. "God blessed me with an opportunity to coach her and I will be forever grateful". "And I think it's just because of my age and because the older you get, the more you know, and the more you know can go wrong".

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Loyd and Stewart would prove instrumental, and Bird's continued success and leadership late into her career has been a key to the team's development over the past few years. Point guard Kristi Toliver was right behind her, adding 22 points. "We won this thing".

"I'm sure he's going to say we're not invited anyway". We had some great additions along the way, obviously one sitting to my left. The 6-4 forward was the only player named to the First Team on all 39 ballots in voting by a national panel of sportswriters and broadcasters. Washington already has staved off elimination on three occasions this postseason: The Mystics routed Los Angeles in a single-elimination second-round matchup at home; they won Game 4 at home in the semifinals; and then they won on the road in a squeaker over Atlanta in Game 5 to advance to the WNBA Finals. "Where we were picked and where we ended up, they should be excited about, and they should be excited about the future".

ED: "To get her - trust me, I know, I've got you, Panda".

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"I think Natasha Howard is the biggest difference between [the Storm] last year and this year on the court".

Washington shot 43.5 percent from the field (30 of 69) but was 8 of 23 from beyond the 3-point arc. "I don't know if it was putting us seventh or eighth, I can't remember, and our team took a look at that and said, hell, no". Starting with a Stewart 3-point play, Seattle countered with eight consecutive points and pulled away. "So to end it this way, there's nothing better".

Despite the misfires, Washington rallied from down 18 points to trailing 72-67 with 6:49 remaining. "We were champions again". If a player received votes at multiple positions, she was slotted at the position where she received the most votes. "This isprobably going to be one of the defining moments of my career".

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