SACRAMENTO, Calif., June 5 (Ticker) -- Betty Lennox did not care about the Seattle Storm's lack of success at ARCO Arena.

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Sue Bird and the Storm ended their nine-game road losing streak.
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Lennox made a layup with less than a second remaining as the Storm ended a nine-game road skid with a 65-63 victory over the Sacramento Monarchs.

Seattle entered with an 0-7 mark in Sacramento. Lennox, a fifth-year guard in her first season with the Storm, snapped a 63-63 tie with her game-winner.

The Storm inbounded with eight seconds left to Lauren Jackson, who found Lennox on the wing. Lennox was guarded by DeMya Walker and used a nifty cross-over dribble to free herself for a bank shot in the lane that went in with 0.9 seconds to go.

Sacramento had one last chance, but Yolanda Griffith's jumper rimmed out as time expired. Griffith collected 20 points and 11 rebounds for the Monarchs.

The wild game featured a sequence in which Seattle drained 13 straight shots. The run started with Sheri Sam's layup 2:23 into the game and ended with Kamila Vodichkova's basket with 8:08 left for a 30-9 bulge before halftime.

Sam scored 13 of her 17 points in the first half for Seattle, which placed all five starters in double figures. Lennox and Sue Bird each netted 12 points.