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June 28, 2014 at 11:46 AM

Replay: Storm star Camille Little scores career-high 31 points

Storm F Camille Little scored a career-high 31 points in a win against Minnesota on Friday. She’s the fifth player in team history to reach the mark. C Lauren Jackson has scored 30-points or more 27 times in her 12-year Storm career. PG Sue Bird has scored 30-points or more twice in her 12-year career…


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June 3, 2014 at 9:30 AM

Storm submits five players for the WNBA All-Star ballot; voting opens Tuesday

WNBA All-Star voting opens Tuesday at 11am PDT and concludes July 2. Fans have to vote for a traditional “starting five,” the Storm submitting Sue Bird, Tanisha Wright, Camille Little, Crystal Langhorne and Shekinna Stricklen as part of the official 60-player ballot representing the 12 WNBA teams. The WNBA will announce the All-Star starters on…


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May 21, 2014 at 9:00 AM

Mailbag: What to do with the Storm?

A simple but complicated question was posed on Twitter: @JaydaEvans: How can #SeattleStorm become better? — SEAHAWKS fanatic (@ichiro998) May 18, 2014 You may have noticed something different to start the Storm season. Two games into the schedule and everyone on the roster has logged seven minutes or more, including league veteran Nicole Powell, who…


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May 12, 2014 at 10:30 AM

Seattle jilted as WNBA hosts first exhibition “tournament”

The Storm lost 74-67 in an exhibition game against Los Angeles on Sunday. It was Seattle’s only sanctioned WNBA warm-up due to scheduling conflicts to organize the standard two. With the regular-season opener Friday and the core having only been together since Saturday, you have to wonder if it’ll be enough. The Storm…


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May 6, 2014 at 7:40 PM

Utah star Michelle Plouffe making an impression in Seattle

Utah’s grinding defensive style is paying off for Michelle Plouffe at Storm training camp. Drafted in the second-round by Seattle in April, Plouffe filled an early training-camp necessity in Storm coach Brian Agler needing bodies to fill out practices sans his main starters and All-Star Sue Bird due to overseas playing commitments. But with the…


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April 7, 2014 at 9:46 AM

Camille Little, Tanisha Wright drop EuroLeague Final Eight opener

Storm stars Camille Little and Tanisha Wright helped lead their Turkish team to a club-first EuroLeague Final Eight appearance held in Ekaterinburg this week. It’s also Wright and Little’s first time playing with the club, Kayseri Kaski spor. The team opened pool play Monday against Turkish rival Fenerbahce, which features WNBA All-Stars Cappie…


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March 24, 2014 at 1:23 PM

Mailbag: Forward Camille Little corresponds about re-signing with the Storm

Storm F Camille Little re-signed with Seattle on Monday. It’s a multiyear deal but terms of the deal were not immediately released. Little, a full-time starter since she was traded to Seattle from Atlanta in 2008, was a key member of the Storm’s 2010 WNBA championship team. The 6-foot-2 North Carolina native didn’t miss a…


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March 20, 2014 at 10:31 AM

Storm guard Tanisha Wright: “Winning is winning.”

Storm stars Tanisha Wright and Camille Little did what was needed to help their Turkish team Kayseri Kaski spor advance to the prestigious EuroLeague Final Eight. Kayseri defeated Beretta Famila Schio 63-61 on Wednesday to clinch the deciding game in the best-of-three ELW series. Wright had 19 points and seven rebounds while Little…


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March 12, 2014 at 10:13 AM

Storm’s Tanisha Wright nears triple-double in EuroLeague first-round playoff win

Storm stars Tanisha Wright and Camille Little are making a little history for their Turkish team during the WNBA offseason. They didn’t aim to play together for Kayseri Kaski spor this winter but their respective agents were able to work deals that ended up with them both headed to Turkey and they’re continuing their…


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October 6, 2013 at 8:50 AM

Storm 2013 Exit Interviews: Forward Camille Little wanted to do more


Storm F Camille Little
PHOTO: Bettina Hansen/The Seattle Times

Series Note: The Storm was swept in the opening-round of the WNBA playoffs by Minnesota on Sept. 22. Game 2 was played at the Tacoma Dome due to a scheduling conflict at the team’s KeyArena court by one of its sponsors, Microsoft. Minnesota went on to win the Western Conference championship as Seattle players dispersed to offseason destinations the following days after holding exit interviews with coaches and the media. This series will feature conversations from the 11-player roster.

The WNBA offseason won’t feel as long given news the league should generate on the business side. The league’s collective-bargaining agreement expired Sept. 30 and a new agreement will need to be in place before free-agency can open as tentatively slated in February. The 2014 WNBA schedule likely will be moved up to accommodate for the 2014 FIBA World Championships in Turkey from Sept. 27-Oct. 5.

Storm-wise, the team could remain the same in 2014. Here’s a conversation with F Camille Little, who took on the co-captain role as franchise leaders PG Sue Bird (knee) and C Lauren Jackson (hamstring) rehabilitated offseason surgeries. Little, 28, had a slight dip in numbers while increasing her minutes to 30.2. She teamed with F Tina Thompson inside to average 10.9 points and 4.7 rebounds. But Little shot 28.7 percent from three-point range after an improved 33.3 percent in 2012.

Seattle Times: How do you wrap up the season?

Little: It’s weird, bittersweet. Obviously I really had a great time with this group of women. It was a special team and I’m sure Brian (Agler) and the coaches would say that. It was a special group and I’m really happy, just glad that we held to our standards and fought the entire season. We all know a lot of people didn’t count on us making it to the postseason, let alone give Minnesota the run that we did. So, I’m just happy we played well and played hard. You know, 10 consecutive years making the playoffs — doing it without Sue and Lauren this year, finishing at .500. It was a tough season all the way around, but we did a great job of using what we had to our advantage. We were a tough team to play against.


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