• 3 - 0
    Storm Wins Series

    Sun, Sep 12

    Final
    Game 1
    ATL 77 - 79 SEA

    Tue, Sep 14

    Final
    Game 2
    ATL 84 - 87 SEA

    Thu, Sep 16

    Final
    Game 3
    SEA 87 - 84 ATL

  • Gm 1: SEA 79 LAS 66 | Box | Recap | Video
    Gm 2: SEA 81, LAS 66 | Box | Recap | Video
    Gm 1: PHX 106, SAN 93 | Box | Recap | Video
    Gm 2: PHX 92, SAN 73 Box | Recap | Video

    Gm 1: ATL 95, WAS 90 | Box | Recap | Video
    Gm 2: ATL 101 WAS 77 | Box | Recap | Video
    Gm 1: NYL 85, IND 73 | Box | Recap | Video
    Gm 2: IND 75, NYL 67 | Box | Recap | Video
    Gm 3: NYL 77, IND 74 | Box | Recap | Video


  • Gm 1: SEA 82, PHX 74 | Box | Recap | Video
    Gm 2: SEA 91, PHX 88 | Box | Recap | Video


    Gm 1: ATL 81, NYL 75 Box | Recap | Video
    Gm 2: ATL 105, NYL 93 Box | Recap | Video

  • Game 1: SEA 79, ATL 77 Box | Recap | Photos | Video
    Game 2: SEA 87, ATL 84 Box | Recap | Photos | Video
    Game 3: SEA 87, ATL 84 Box | Recap | Photos | Video

Photos: Storm Celebrates with Fans

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The Seattle Storm returned home with the championship trophy Friday evening to celebrate with fans at KeyArena. Check out photos and video of the celebration.
>> More: Game Photos | Game 3 Win | Championship Portraits | Airport Celebration | Video of Player Introductions

Jackson Wins Title, MVP Honors

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Seattle's Lauren Jackson picked up her third Most Valuable Player trophy this season, then capped off the year with her second WNBA championship and her first Finals MVP honor.
>> Video: Jackson's Finals Highlights | MVP Presentation | Championship Trophy Presentation | Bird Interview

The Rise of Angel McCoughtry

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While the Atlanta Dream may have fallen short of the ultimate goal of winning a championship, this 2010 WNBA Playoffs and Finals proved that they have a bonafide superstar in Angel McCoughtry, who at the age of 24 is set to lead the Dream for many years to come. >> Video: Meadors after Game 3 | McCoughtry after Game 3

Storm Blows Through Atlanta

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Seattle’s 87-84 victory came in Game 3 of the Finals on Thursday at Philips Arena in Atlanta. The win capped off a perfect postseason for the Storm in which they didn’t lose a single game in three series matchups.
>> Video: Highlights | All-Access | Analysis | Wrapup | Podcast >> Photos: Game Action | Celebration | Portraits

Game 3 All-Access

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Go into the huddle and behind the scenes of Game 3 of the WNBA Finals as the Storm complete their sweep of the Dream with an 87-84 win to clinch their second WNBA title. Trophy Presentation
>> More All-Access: Game 1 | Game 2 >> WNBA Action: Game 1 | Game 2 >> Photos: Game 1 | Game 2 | Game 3

Perfect Storm

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The Seattle Storm are the 2010 WNBA Champions. Swin Cash scored 18 points and Finals MVP Lauren Jackson added 15 Thursday night as the Storm defeated the Dream 87-84, sweeping the Finals 3-0. >> Postgame Quotes: Dream | Storm
>> Video: Highlights | Trophy Presentation | Storm Win Title >> Photos: Game Action | Celebration | Portraits

Video: Game 3 Highlights

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Storm Celebrate at KeyArena
Jackson Named MVP Season and Finals
Angel McCoughtry Leading the Dream
Storm's Second Title 2004 and 2010
Game 3 All-Access Storm Take Title
Championship Gear Available Now
Perfect Storm Seattle Sweep
Video: Gm 3 Highlights Storm 87, Dream 84
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2010 WNBA Finals Recap

The Seattle Storm were crowned the 2010 WNBA Champions, beating the Atlanta Dream in three games.

Finals MVP: Lauren Jackson

Take a look back at Lauren Jackson as she earns the WNBA Finals MVP.

WNBA Finals: Game 3 All-Access

Go into the huddle and behind the scenes of Game 3 of the WNBA Finals as the Storm take the title.
Watch game highlights, analyst commentary and team and player features right here on WNBA.com.
Check out the full list of the league's top performers from the 2010 season.
Vote daily to determine the 2010 WNBA Amazing Photo of the Year presented by HP. First up: Chicago Sky
Seattle's Sue Bird recounts her game-winning shot against the Phoenix Mercury that sealed the deal for the Storm.
Atlanta's Angel McCoughtry talks about the Dream's run through the postseason and what awaits them in the Finals.
Plenette Pierson and the New York Liberty look to rebound, literally and figuratively, in Game Two against the Dream.
Phoenix's Temeka Johnson believes the Mercury is prepared to come out firing on all cylinders in Game Two against the Seattle Storm.
Ebony Hoffman and the Fever head back to New York Wednesday night for a decisive Game Three matchup against the Liberty.
Marie Ferdinand-Harris is prepared to battle the Storm in Game 2.
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