The Seattle Storm experienced one of the most beautiful and meaningful accomplishments on October 6.
The team crushed the Las Vegas Aces in a 92-59 victory. The Storm swept the WNBA finals, deeming them champions. The record-breaking margin of victory wasn’t the only special thing about the evening. After a tumultuous and emotional season, the Storm had made it through. They secured their fourth title in sixteen years.
It was a special moment for the team, but also for each player on it. For Sue Bird, who has been there for all the team’s victories in the last 16 years, it was a moment of disbelief. It was also a relief after a season that saw many injuries. The same could be said for Breonna Stewart, who overcame a rocky season to be met with a sweet victory.
While all the women on the team had different reasons to feel strongly, they each did. They also felt, as a team, that they wanted their victory to inspire Black women and girls around the country to keep being incredible.
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