The Storm runs over the Chicago Sky, as they stay in the lead with the best record in the WNBA.
Bradenton, Fl- The Seattle Storm gets a 88-74 victory to stay in front of the pack for the best record in the WNBA.
Points off of turnovers was the theme for the Storm in the first half. The Sky turned the ball over nine times and it turned into 12 fast breakpoints for Seattle. Eziyoda Magbegor was rolling in the first two quarters, as she demanded the ball in the painted area. Magebor was the anchor with the Storm outscoring the Sky 29-18 in the second quarter. Even though Sue Bird was on the bench nursing her injury, she was constantly telling her teammates to push, push, and push the ball up the court.
Jewell Loyd and and Jordin Canada made sure that they pushed the tempo of the offense. It seemed like everytime the Sky scored, the Storm was already down the floor getting an easy bucket to the rim. The Storm shot around 46% from the field and built up a double digit lead at the half, 49-34.
In the second half, the Storm was fully in control of the game, as they hit the aggressive gas and never looked back. Breonna Stewart had a great game as she finished with 21 poiints, 2 assists, and 8 rebounds. The Storm had five other players in double figures, as they get the victory.