SEATTLE – The Seattle Storm dominated the Washington Mystics in game one of the WNBA on Friday night at the KeyArena.
The storm didn't take much time basking in their game one win. They were back out at practice on Saturday, as the team is just two wins away from the WNBA title.
The team had a light workout on Saturday - more smiles than sweat - coming off from a dominating performance in game one where Jewll Loyd scored 23 points, pacing the Storm to an 89-76 win.
At practice, head coach Dan Hughes stressed they need to shift their attention to game two, with the focus on continuing to put pressure on Mystics star Elena Delle Donne.
For the Storm to hang a third championship banner, they say the fans will once again need to crowd into KeyArena. Sue Bird says, ‘sure bring your band aids.’
The tip-off for game two is at 12:30 p.m. on Sunday. Fans can watch it on KOMO 4 News. If the Seattle Storm wins tomorrow, they'd take a 2-0 lead in the best of five games final series.