The Seattle Storm are the 2020 WNBA champions.
Breanna Stewart scored 26 points as Seattle swept the Las Vegas Aces with a 92-59 rout in Game 3 of the WNBA Finals. The 33-point margin of victory is the largest in a WNBA postseason game.
Stewart was the unanimous WNBA Finals MVP, winning her second title in her first season back from an Achilles injury that forced her to miss all of the 2019 season.
Sue Bird won her fourth WNBA title, all with Seattle. She also was the starting point guard for the Storm's championships in 2004, '10 and '18.
Seattle is the first team to complete three sweeps in the WNBA Finals. Per Elias Sports Bureau, the Storm, who were the No. 2 seed but season-long favorite this season, are the sixth team in WNBA history to go undefeated in a single postseason (6-0), joining the 2013 Minnesota Lynx (7-0), 2010 Storm (7-0), 2002 Los Angeles Sparks (6-0), 2000 Houston Comets (6-0) and 1997 Comets (2-0).
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Ageless Bird the consummate champion: Ten days before her 40th birthday, point guard Sue Bird steered the Storm to their fourth title, breaking records along the way. Read
Stewart, Storm sweep Aces: Breanna Stewart won her second WNBA title and WNBA Finals MVP award as No. 2 seed Seattle completed a sweep of No. 1 seed Las Vegas with a 92-59 victory. The 33-point margin of victory was the largest in WNBA Finals history. Read
Loyd dedicates title to Kobe: "This year has been a lot for me," Seattle star Jewell Loyd told ESPN's Holly Rowe while fighting back tears. "This is for Kobe, Gigi, the Bryant family and for Breonna Taylor. We had a lot of emotions coming into this game." Read
Seattle takes 2-0 lead: Sue Bird's double-double, the Storm's WNBA Finals-record 33 assists and three players with at least 20 points put Seattle a win away from sweeping Las Vegas. Read
Storm win Game 1: Behind career highs and record-breaking performances from Breanna Stewart, Sue Bird and Jewell Loyd, Seattle beat Las Vegas 93-80 in Game 1. Read
Bird breaks assists record: Seattle point guard Sue Bird had a milestone Game 1 with a WNBA Finals- and overall playoff-record 16 assists. Read
Roundtable: Rebecca Lobo and LaChina Robinson help us break down the WNBA Finals, and Mechelle Voepel and Kevin Pelton make their predictions. Read
WNBA Finals preview: When the Finals open Friday, does the Aces' 2-0 regular-season mark against the Storm matter? Seattle seeks its fourth title; Las Vegas is after its first. Read
Storm lose Whitcomb: Guard Sami Whitcomb, who averaged 8.1 points and 16.5 minutes coming off the bench in all 25 games this season, left the WNBA bubble and will miss the WNBA Finals as she returns to Australia to be with her wife for the birth of their first child. Read
Semifinals: Breanna Stewart had 31 points as Seattle swept Minnesota to book a spot in the WNBA Finals. Angel McCoughtry's 29 points helped Las Vegas force a Game 5. Read
Knee injury sidelines Aces' Hamby: The WNBA's Sixth Woman of the Year the past two seasons, Dearica Hamby is not expected to play again this season because of a right knee injury. Read
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WNBA playoffs schedule
All games to be played at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida.
Friday, Oct. 2
Game 1: Seattle 93, Las Vegas 80
Sunday, Oct. 4
Game 2: Seattle 104, at Las Vegas 91
Tuesday, Oct. 6
Game 3: Seattle 92, Las Vegas 59
Tuesday, Sept. 29
Game 5: No. 1 Las Vegas 66, No. 7 Connecticut 63
How to watch the WNBA playoffs
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