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Seattle Storm ticketsQUICK FACTS:
League: Western Conference of the Women’s National Basketball Association
Home Stadium: Alaska Airlines Arena
Head Coach: Dan Hughes
Assistant Coaches: Gary Kloppenburg, Noelle Quinn
Major Awards: Three Women’s National Basketball Association championships
Team MVPs: Swin Cash, Sue Bird, Lauren Jackson
Seattle Storm TicketsSeattle Storm is a professional WNBA basketball team in Washington. A 12-time WNBA playoffs qualifier, the team has hosted several well-known female basketball players over the years. As one of the most popular and successful teams in the WNBA, the Storm is a three-time WNBA Finals winner and is one of just two teams that have never lost a Finals series. The Seattle Storm continues to thrill their fans with a high level of athletic skill and every game is guaranteed to offer creative and skillful moves with plenty of action on the court. Basketball fans can expect a fast-paced game and an exciting and lively experience in the stands at Seattle Storm games. Visit StubHub today to get the best available seats to see the Seattle Storm strut their stuff up close and in-person.
Where are Seattle Storm games held?Seattle Storm home games take place at the team’s home base, the Alaska Airlines Arena in Seattle, Wash. At upcoming away games, Seattle Storm will face Phoenix Mercury at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Phoenix, Ariz. Other away games will pair Seattle Storm with Las Vegas Aces, Washington Mystics, Connecticut Sun, New York Liberty, Atlanta Dream, Los Angeles Sparks, Dallas Wings and Minnesota Lynx in arenas across several states. Wherever Seattle Storm games are held, fans can always find a variety of tickets and the best seats at StubHub, the world’s leading online ticket marketplace.
What is the history of the Seattle Storm home stadium?The Alaska Airlines Arena opened on November 24, 2000, on the campus of the University of Washington and is currently home to the Washington Huskies men’s and women’s basketball teams as well as Seattle Storm. It is located within the Clarence S. "Hec" Edmundson Pavilion on the southeast section of the campus and is bordered on the east by Lake Washington. The stadium, which was built in 1927, underwent two major renovations that transformed the space into a multi-purpose complex capable of hosting various sports, including gymnastics and volleyball, and currently has a seating capacity of 9,268.
What is it like to attend a Seattle Storm game?Seattle Storm has developed a large and loyal following since the team was founded in 2000. When you attend one of the Storm’s games, you will be treated to performances by top-notch athletes and will get to cheer them on as they vie for the trophy. Seattle Storm has won the most WNBA championships of any other League team and is a strong presence and an exciting challenger for any opponent.
Has Seattle Storm won any awards?Seattle Storm won WNBA championship titles in 2004 and 2010 and on September 12, 2018, the team bested the Washington Mystics 98-82 to win a third championship trophy. Furthering the team’s reputation as one of the best in their league, Seattle Storm forward Natasha Howard was named the WNBA's Defensive Player of the Year in 2019.
How did Seattle Storm get started?Seattle Storm was preceded by the ABL’s Seattle Reign, a team that lasted for just two seasons from 1996-1998. Seattle Storm was founded in 2000 after the Seattle Reign collapsed. Until 2008, Seattle Storm was the sister team of the NBA’s Seattle SuperSonics before being sold to Force 10 Hoops LLC and is now managed by a trio of businesswomen: Dawn Trudeau, Lisa Brummel and Ginny Gilder. Named after the frequent Seattle rainstorms, and with light-hearted branding incorporating various weather symbols, the team’s theme song is "Thunderstruck" by AC/DC and the team newsletter is named Stormwatch. The team’s weather-themed mascot, Doppler, is a chocolate-brown critter that wears an anemometer on its head.
What is the current Seattle Storm roster?The team’s active players are Sue Bird, Jordin Canada, Alysha Clark, Blake Dietrick, Natasha Howard, Crystal Langhorne, Jewell Lloyd, Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, Courtney Paris, Mercedes Russell, Breanna Stewart, Sami Whitcomb and Shavonte Zellous.
Who are some of the best-known Seattle Storm players?Some of the fan-favorite players who have joined the Seattle Storm roster over the years include Iziane Castro Marques, Kamila Vodichkova, Swin Cash, Sue Bird and Lauren Jackson. Other award-winning players include Natasha Howard, Mercedes Russell, Breanna Stewart, Jewell Lloyd, Blake Dietrick and Courtney Paris.
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