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Breanna Stewart helps Seattle win 5th straight, 79-69 over Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Breanna Stewart had 21 points and a season-high 15 rebounds, Sue Bird added 13 points with seven assists, and the Seattle Storm on Thursday got their their fifth straight victory as they beat the Indiana Fever 79-69. Seattle’s lead was cut to 69-66 with 6:31 left until Stewart scored six points during a 10-1 run to put the Storm ahead by double-figures the rest of the way.
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Jewell Loyd, Breanna Stewart Help Storm Cruise Past Dream

COLLEGE PARK, Ga. (AP) — Jewell Loyd scored 13 of her 18 points in the first quarter to lead six Seattle players in double figures, and the Storm cruised past the Dream. Breanna Stewart had 15 points, nine rebounds and five assists, and Sue Bird added 11 points and six assists for Seattle (8-2), which rebounded after a last-second loss to Dallas on Sunday. Stephanie Talbot chipped in 13 points off the bench, Mercedes Russell also scored 11 and Katie Lou Samuelson added 10.
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The Meal WNBA Player Breanna Stewart Loves To Share With Teammates

Star athletes like Breanna Stewart, definitely know a thing or two about cultivating healthy eating habits. The basketball pro knows that to continue to stay at the top of her game, she needs to load up on vegetables and grains. Stewart told USA Today that before competing in the Rio Olympics, she would make sure to get plenty of sleep and make sure to eat a proper meal. "I had a pre-game meal of penne with meat sauce, brown rice, mashed sweet potatoes, and of course, asparagus," the Olympian told the outlet. "I could eat asparagus pretty much every day and not get tired of it."
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Breanna Stewart Named Western Conference Player of the Month

Clint Capela Says the Hawks are About to Send the Knicks on ‘Vacation’. The Storm may just be seven games into their season, but Breanna Stewart is wasting no time cementing herself as the clear cut MVP of the league once again. The reigning WNBA Finals MVP has just been...
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Breanna Stewart scores 15, Storm cruise past Lynx 82-72

EVERETT, Wash. — Breanna Stewart had 15 points and eight rebounds and the Seattle Storm cruised to an 82-72 win over the Minnesota Lynx on Friday night. Stewart sat out the fourth quarter for the Storm (5-1), who led 77-50 at the end of the third. Candice Dupree capped Seattle’s scoring on a basket that made it 82-53 with 8:32 left in the game. The Storm had made 58% of their shots (35 of 60) at that point before missing their final 12 field goal attempts of the game.
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Storm Star Breanna Stewart Is the 1st WNBA Player in a Decade With a Signature Shoe: It’s ‘About Time’

The WNBA is experiencing growth like never before. After becoming a leading voice of the 2020 political discourse, fans flocked to the women’s basketball league to support its athletes. Stars like Breanna Stewart went from niche players in a minor but growing league to household names. Now, the reigning WNBA champion is set to release her shoe, too.
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Breanna Stewart hits milestone as Storm beat Wings in overtime

Breanna Stewart and Arike Ogunbowale went back and forth Saturday night at College Park Center in Arlington, Texas, exchanging big baskets in a thrilling, old-fashioned Wild West shootout. Stewart finished with 36 points – two shy of her career high – and added 11 rebounds, five blocks and three assists...
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WNBA tip-off: Breanna Stewart continues dominant run in Storm rout of Aces

The Seattle Storm picked up right where they left off in the “wubble” with a rout of the Las Vegas Aces, 97-83, who they swept in the 2020 WNBA Finals. Breanna Stewart, who won two titles with her UMMC Ekaterinburg team in the Russian Premier League and EuroLeague in April, only began practicing with the Storm this week. She finished with 28 points and 13 rebounds.
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Breanna Stewart begins 2021 WNBA season in MVP form

Breanna Stewart dropped 28 points and 13 boards in the Seattle Storm’s season opener, beginning an early case for her second WNBA MVP award. Breanna Stewart wasted no time starting her bid for MVP, pacing the reigning champion Seattle Storm to a 97-83 victory over the Las Vegas Aces. Facing...