Seattle Storm 2019 Schedule Dec 18, 2018 17:44:50 GMT -8
Post by David on Dec 18, 2018 17:44:50 GMT -8
The following is the complete 2019 Regular Season schedule for the Seattle Storm.
The Storm are entering their 20th Season as members of the WNBA. The Storm play in the Western Conference, along with the Dallas Wings, Los Angeles Sparks, Minnesota Lynx, Las Vegas Aces, and the Phoenix Mercury. The Storm's home arena, KeyArena, will be undergoing renovations for as a hockey & basketball venue for the next two seasons. As a result, the Storm will play 12 games at Alaska Airlines Arena, located on the University of Washington campus, and five home games at Angel of the Winds Arena, located 28 miles north in Everett, Washington.
With a talented core of players such as Breanna Stewart, Sue Bird, and Jewel Lloyd, the Storm look to defend its 2018 WNBA Championship. Last year, under the leadership of veteran head coach Dan Hughes, the Storm finished with a 26-8 record, the second best record in franchise history and finished 1st in the Western Conference for the first time since 2010. In the playoffs, the Storm went to the limit against the rival Phoenix Mercury, defeating Phoenix 3-2 in the Best-of-Five Conference Semifinal. The Storm would sweep the Eastern Champion Washington Mystics 3-0 to capture the WNBA Championship, the third championship in team history (2004, 2010).
The Storm seek to defend their title and become the first team since the 2002 Los Angeles Sparks to repeat as back-to-back champions. However, the journey back to the WNBA Championship will be difficult after losing Breanna Stewart to a ruptured Achilles injury she sustained playing overseas in April and is expected to miss the entire 2019 Season.
Seattle will tip-off their season on May 25th against the Phoenix Mercury in Everett. The Storm will hit the road after the season opener with a three-game trip before returning to Everett on June 4 against the Minnesota Lynx. Seattle will then hit the road for a season long four-game road trip before returning to Everett on June 21 against the Los Angeles Sparks.
Seattle will open up at its primary home, Alaska Airlines Arena, on June 23 against the Indiana Fever before hitting the road against the Las Vegas Aces on June 25. Seattle will then return home for six-consecutive games, the longest stretch at home in 2018. After the All-Star Break, the Storm will play its next two home games in Everett before finishing the rest of the home regular season schedule at Alaska Airlines Arena.
One of the biggest games of the season will occur on July 19th as the Las Vegas Aces make their only trip to Seattle this season. The game, played at Alaska Airlines Arena on the University of Washington campus, will be significant as the Storm's Sami Whitcomb and the Aces' Kelsey Plum are both UW graduates.
National broadcast information for games on ABC, ESPN2, NBA TV, CBS Sports Network and Twitter is listed in parenthesis. Game times are listed in Pacific Time (PST) and are subject to change. Local home telecasts will be aired on JoeTV, a sister affiliate to Seattle's Q13 Fox channel. Home games at Angel of the Winds Arena are listed in bold yellow while home games listed at Alaska Airlines Arena are listed in bold green. Updated results will appear bold for wins.
Sat., May 25 -vs Phoenix Mercury (W 77-68)
Wed., May 29 - at Minnesota Lynx (L 61-72)
Fri., May 31 - at Atlanta Dream (W 82-66)
Sat., June 1 - at Chicago Sky (L 79-83)
Tue., June 4 - vs Minnesota Lynx (W 84-77)
Sun., June 9 - at Chicago Sky (L 71-78)
Tue., June 11 - at Indiana Fever (W 84-82)
Fri., June 14 - at Washington Mystics (W 74-71)
Sun., June 16 - at Connecticut Sun (L 67-81)
Fri., June 21 - vs Los Angeles Sparks (W 84-62)
Sun., June 23 - vs Indiana Fever (W 65-61)
Tue., June 25 - at Las Vegas Aces (L 56-60)
Fri., June 28 - vs Chicago Sky (W 79-76)
Sun., June 30 - vs Phoenix Mercury (L 67-69)
Wed., July 3 - vs New York Liberty (L 83-84)
Fri., July 5 - vs Atlanta Dream (L 66-77)
Fri., July 12 - vs Dallas Wings (W 95-81)
Sun., July 14 - vs New York Liberty (W 78-69)
Wed., July 17 - at Minnesota Lynx (W 90-79)
Fri., July 19 - vs Las Vegas Aces (W 69-66)
Tue., July 23 - at Las Vegas Aces, 7 p.m. (ESPN2)
Sat., July 27 - 2019 WNBA ALL-STAR GAME - Mandalay Events Center, Las Vegas, NV (ABC)
Fri., August 2 - vs Washington Mystics, 7 p.m.
Sun., August 4 - at Los Angeles Sparks, 2 p.m.
Thu., August 8 - vs Dallas Wings, 7 p.m.
Sun., August 11 - at New York Liberty, 12 p.m. (Barclays Center)
Wed., August 14 - at Washington Mystics, 5 p.m. (ESPN2)
Fri., August 16 - at Connecticut Sun, 4:30 p.m.
Sun., August 18 - vs Minnesota Lynx, 4 p.m.
Sun., August 25 - vs Indiana Fever, 4 p.m.
Tue., August 27 - vs Connecticut Sun, 7 p.m. (Twitter)
Sun., September 1 - vs Atlanta Dream, 4 p.m.
Tue., September 3 - at Phoenix Mercury, 7 p.m. (ESPN2)
Thu., September 5 - at Los Angeles Sparks, 7:30 p.m. (CBSSN)
Sun., September 8 - at Dallas Wings, 1 p.m.
Atlanta Dream - State Farm Arena; Atlanta, Georgia
Chicago Sky - Wintrust Arena; Chicago, Illinois
Connecticut Sun - Mohegan Sun Arena; Uncasville, Connecticut
Dallas Wings - College Park Center; Arlington, Texas
Indiana Fever - Bankers Life Fieldhouse; Indianapolis, Indiana
Las Vegas Aces - Mandalay Bay Events Center; Las Vegas, Nevada
Los Angeles Sparks - Staples Center; Los Angeles, California
Minnesota Lynx - Target Center; Minneapolis, Minnesota
New York Liberty - Westchester County Center; White Plains, New York (16 Games); Barclays Center; Brooklyn, New York (1 Game)
Phoenix Mercury - Talking Stick Resort Arena; Phoenix, Arizona
Washington Mystics - St. Elizabeths East Entertainment and Sports Arena, Washington D.C. (16 Games); Capital One Arena, Washington D.C. (1 Game)
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