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February 18, 2010 at 12:40 PM

Storm inks two exhibition games

SeattleStorm.pngThe Storm will play two exhibition games this season. On May 2, Seattle will host the defending champion Phoenix at KeyArena at 1 p.m. The Storm will travel to Oklahoma to play the Tulsa Shock on May 9.
Seattle opens its 2010 schedule on May 16 in a 6 p.m. matchup against the Los Angeles Sparks at KeyArena. The Storm will play on national television four times with all broadcasts airing on ESPN2. Highlighting the Storm’s national TV coverage is a KeyArena home game against reigning league MVP Diana Taurasi and the Mercury on July 27.
Fans can purchase the Storm’s 2010 full-season, 10-game and six-game ticket packages by calling 206-217-WNBA or logging on to stormbasketball.com.

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