For Breanna Stewart, it wasn't a matter of if she'd win a WNBA title. The when was answered Wednesday as Stewart led the Storm to a Finals sweep.
2018 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/1210W 78-53
- 11/1720W 82-47
- 11/1915W 97-72
- 11/215W 78-60
- 11/25W 96-62
- 11/28W 88-57
- 12/33W 80-71
- 12/8W 103-69
- 12/19W 88-64
- 12/22W 104-52
- 12/31W 97-49
- 1/3W 96-35
- 1/6W 100-49
- 1/9W 80-44
- 1/13W 95-35
- 1/159W 75-71
- 1/18W 78-60
- 1/21W 113-57
- 1/24W 93-36
- 1/27W 98-45
- 2/17W 83-58
- 2/4W 106-65
- 2/7W 55-37
- 2/10W 124-43
- 2/124W 69-58
- 2/18W 106-45
- 2/21W 91-47
- 2/24W 80-36
- 2/2620W 82-53
- 3/4W 82-56
- 3/5W 75-21
- 3/619W 70-54
- 3/1716W 140-52
- 3/199W 71-46
- 3/245W 72-59
- 3/262W 94-65
- 3/301L 91-89
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Seattle had one foul to give, and Kristi Toliver cried foul. Sue Bird said not so fast; she has been doing that "swipe-around-the-back" move a long time. Just ask UConn's Chris Dailey.
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Azurá Stevens has teams like Indiana and Chicago reconsidering their early draft picks, causing a ripple effect through the first round.
Will the Aces make South Carolina's A'ja Wilson the overall No. 1 as predicted? Who will the Sky draft with back-to-back picks? And where will Diamond DeShields land?
Notre Dame leads the way in our first look at 2018-19. So where does that leave Final Four participants UConn, Mississippi State and Louisville?
Playing in the American Athletic Conference, where the Huskies are 101-0, does not prepare them for close games against elite opponents.
With all four No. 1 seeds, it could have ended in a predictable Final Four. Instead, this past weekend was the best women's college basketball has ever seen.