The Seattle Storm hammered the Las Vegas Aces as they completed a clean sweep to win the WNBA Finals for a record-equalling fourth time.
The Aces took an early lead but the game’s standout player Breanna Stewart registered 26 points as the Storm won 92-59 to seal a 3-0 series win. Their entire WNBA season took place inside a quarantined campus in Florida because of the coronavirus outbreak. “We kind of rolled with the punches,” said Stewart, the WNBA Finals MVP. The 26-year-old, who missed the whole 2019 season through injury, added: “I remember where I was last year during the WNBA Finals. I was in North Carolina with my family and it was hard for me not to be upset because I wanted to be a part of the league. “To be able to be here, to get through all that we’ve gone through as a team, and obviously individually, it’s an amazing feeling.” The Storm’s fourth title means they have equalled the record held by the Minnesota Lynx and the Houston Comets.