Stewart, who averaged 25.7 points, 7.8 rebounds and 4.0 assists, was the WNBA Finals MVP, and Bird added to an incredible string of championships. The 92-59 victory was the largest margin of victory in WNBA Finals history.
Bird has been a member of all four of the Storm's WNBA title teams.
The championship brought congratulations from all over the sports world.
File this under things we love to see. pic.twitter.com/vSsQLFFcG3— espnW (@espnW) October 7, 2020
.@jewellloyd The #BlackMamba @kobebryant and #mambacita were shining down and left you with the tools that you worked hard to attain and carry on. Don't be sad, celebrate. You deserve this and you paid tribute to his legacy through your play and mentality. #WNBA https://t.co/BiOzXszdiO— Alex English (@AlexEnglish_2) October 7, 2020
Congrats to my sis @S10Bird and @seattlestorm on their 4th @WNBA Championship! Much love to the city of Seattle 💚💛 No worries next year you ALL will be back celebrating at the White House ✊🏾 #vote Congrats @breannastewart @Piphdagreat10 @Alysha_Clark @jewellloyd #WNBA pic.twitter.com/NxWwIrnuuA— Swin Cash (@SwinCash) October 7, 2020
Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press put together a partial list of titles Bird has won in her life. It includes four Olympic gold medals, two NCAA championships at UConn and four WNBA titles.
Bird's historic performance brought out more celebration.
Long live Sue Bird. Living legend.— Justin Tinsley (@JustinTinsley) October 7, 2020
Seattle Storm with Championship #4!!!!— TOm Helm (@RealmofHelm) October 7, 2020
We're so lucky to have this team. Can't wait to see those banners, #15 in the rafters, and Sue Bird's statue outside of Climate Pledge Arena.
Sue Bird in the wubble hotel tonight pic.twitter.com/QgQYEmykSY— Claire Watkins (@ScoutRipley) October 7, 2020
Sue Bird update from Megan Rapinoe: pic.twitter.com/PPbMP9RbFZ— Alexa Philippou (@alexaphilippou) October 7, 2020