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Let It Reign: Storm Crowned Champs
Tuesday's winner-take-all Game 3 was close at the break, but Seattle took control early in the second half and sailed past Connecticut 74-60 to win the WNBA championship. Betty Lennox scored 23 points and was named WNBA Finals MVP.
Storm championship T-shirt | Bracket | Game 3 a sellout
Galleries: Storm portraits | Celebration

WNBA.com Finals Blog: Bringing It Home
The Storm had one goal in the postseason: "Bring It Home." Mission accomplished, and the Finals Blog was there.
Taurasi on Game 3 from China | Players find inspiration

Ten Cool Things From Game 3
From Seattle coffee to Seattle champagne, from a Keyed up crowd to championship hardware, 10 cool things to take home from a memorable finale to the 2004 WNBA season.
More cool things: Game 2 | Game 1
Bid on a game of H-O-R-S-E with Lauren Jackson
Sun 68, Storm 64
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Storm 67, Sun 65
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Storm 74, Sun 60
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Game 2: Betty Outshines Nykesha
Nykesha Sales scored a Finals-record 32 points, but Betty Lennox's 27 were a bit bigger as the Storm tied the series.
Adjustments | Pre-Game 3 player and coach quotes
Game 2 a Seattle sellout | Virtual GM winner chat

Game 1: Fun in the Sun
Katie Douglas overcame an early ankle injury to score 18 points as Connecticut took care of business at home.
Adjustments | Teasley, Taurasi chats | Click and Roll
Lieberman: Keys to the Finals | Meyers: The Matchups

WNBA Awards: Lisa Leslie Named 2004 MVP
The Sparks star also headlined the All-WNBA First Team.
WNBA Playoffs Primetime Performers
Playoff series recaps | Ackerman press conference

Conference Finals: Storm Roll, Sun Rise
Follow the playoff paths Seattle and Connecticut traveled.
Finals preview, breakdown | WNBA postseason history

Bud Light Playoff Trivia
Think you got game? Step up to the Bud Light Charity Stripe and test your knowledge with postseason trivia questions.

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Toast of the Town: Lauren Jackson and Co. came away with the first major sports title for the city of Seattle since the Sonics went all the way in 1979.
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