Phoenix Mercury
NUM PLAYER POS HT WT DOB FROM YRS
1 Imani Wright G 5-9 155 2/5/95 Florida St. R
3 Diana Taurasi G 6-0 163 6/11/82 UConn 11
5 Lellani Mitchell G 5-5 138 6/15/85 Utah 8
6 Yvonne Turner G 5-10 131 10/13/87 Nebraska R
8 Stephanie Talbot G 6-2 192 6/15/94 Australia R
10 Emma Cannon F 6-2 190 6/1/89 Florida Southern R
11 Alex Harden G-F 6-0 173 5/27/93 Wichita St. 2
12 Briann January G 5-8 144 1/11/87 Arizona St. 9
15 Alexis Prince G 6-2 178 2/5/94 Baylor R
20 Camille Little F 6-2 180 1/18/85 North Carolina 10
21 Marie Gülich C 6-5 199 5/28/94 Oregon St. R
24 DeWanna Bonner F 6-4 143 8/21/87 Auburn 8
25 Chelsea Nelson F 6-2 168 6/25/96 North Carolina St. R
31 Sancho Lyttle F 6-5 175 9/20/83 Houston 13
42 Brittney Griner C 6-9 205 10/18/90 Baylor 3
44 Raisa Musina F 6-4 166 3/31/98 Russia R
50 Chatrice White C 6-3 210 6/20/96 Florida St. R
HEAD COACH: Sandy Brondello
ASSISTANT COACHES: Julie Hairgrove
Todd Troxel
ATHLETIC TRAINER: Jonathan Mak
Seattle Storm
NUM PLAYER POS HT WT DOB FROM YRS
0 Khaalia Hillsman C 6-5 229 8/1/96 Texas A&M R
1 Crystal Langhorne F 6-2 185 10/27/86 Maryland 9
3 Courtney Paris C 6-4 250 9/21/87 Oklahoma 8
6 Natasha Howard F 6-2 165 9/2/91 Florida St. 4
10 Sue Bird G 5-9 150 10/16/80 UConn 15
11 Aleksandra Crvendakic F 6-2 168 3/17/96 Serbia R
12 Teana Muldrow F 6-1 186 12/16/95 West Virginia R
21 Jordin Canada G 5-6 135 8/11/95 UCLA R
23 Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis F 5-11 180 11/3/93 UConn 2
24 Jewell Loyd G 5-10 148 10/5/93 Notre Dame 2
25 Emily Potter C 6-6 208 10/10/95 Utah R
30 Breanna Stewart F 6-4 170 8/27/94 UConn 1
32 Alysha Clark F 5-11 167 7/7/87 MTSU 5
33 Sammi Whitcomb G 5-10 145 7/20/88 Washington R
42 Brittany McPhee G 6-0 159 1/12/96 Stanford R
45 Noelle Quinn G 6-0 178 1/3/85 UCLA 9
HEAD COACH: Dan Hughes
ASSISTANT COACHES: Gary Kloppenburg
Crystal Robinson
ATHLETIC TRAINER: Tom Spencer
TEAM DOCTORS: Dr. Adam Pourcho
Dr. Jeff Cary

BY THE NUMBERS

Seattle is 4-1 all-time vs. Phoenix in preseason games in the Emerald City. The Storm faced the Mercury twice in the preseason a year ago, collecting an 86-64 win at home before falling on the road by a 72-55 count. The Storm has a 19-26 all-time record in preseason games and is 5-5 in preseason games against the Mercury.

'STORM INTO S.T.E.M. SCHOOL DAY' ROUND 4

Today marks the Seattle Storm’s fourth annual ‘Storm into S.T.E.M. School Day.’ This special day includes a student robotics showcase beginning at 11 a.m. and features middle school and high school robotics teams throughout the state of Washington.

OPENING NIGHT PRESENTED BY SWEDISH - MAY 20

Seattle’s season opener is set for Sunday, May 20 at 6 p.m. PT, as the Storm hosts the Phoenix Mercury for Opening Night presented by Swedish. The first 3,000 fans will receive a Sue Bird bobblehead to celebrate her WNBA assists record, set last season. Seattle has won 10 of its last 14 home openers, and the Storm owns a 21-12 record over the Mercury at KeyArena.

SEATTLE TAKES TWITTER BY STORM

The WNBA recently unveiled the list of 20 games will be streamed live on Twitter in the upcoming 2018 season. Coverage on Twitter will open up with four consecutive games streamed live on Sunday, May 20, ending with the Seattle Storm taking on the Phoenix Mercury at 6 p.m. PT. The Storm has a total of five games streamed live on Twitter this season. The other four games include: May 29 vs. Washington, June 19 vs. Las Vegas, July 10 vs. Los Angeles and July 31 at Phoenix.

FOLLOW THE STORM ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Fans can follow the Storm on multiple social media platforms and join the conversation. The Storm is on Facebook (facebook.com/seattlestorm), Instagram (@SeattleStorm), Twitter (@SeattleStorm), YouTube (youtube.com/user/SeattleStormOfficial), and Snapchat (Seattle-Storm).

Phoenix Mercury

OPENING NIGHT presented by Swedish

Sunday, May 20 | 6PM

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Chicago Sky

Chicago Sky vs. Seattle Storm

Friday, May 25 | 7PM

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Washington Mystics

STORM INTO COLLEGE

Tuesday, May 29 | 7PM

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