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Gallery: Storm 78, New York 70

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July 6, 2010


Without Lauren Jackson, the Storm came back from a deficit as large as 11 points and a four-point disadvantage entering the fourth quarter to win beat the New York Liberty by eight, tallying a first half record of 16-2.


Seattle Center was buzzing with children prior to the Storm’s Kids Day game against the New York Liberty.
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Mascots from around the WNBA and the Mariner Moose were there to sign autographs for children.
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Tanisha Wright shoots a jumper.
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Swin Cash drives to the basket against New York’s Kalana Green.
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Camille Little goes up for a rebound.
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Le’coe Willingham drives to the hole.
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A girl wins a dance competition.
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Camille Little brings in a rebound.
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Campers from Trail Side Boys & Girls Club cheer during the game.
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Swin Cash goes up for two points.
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Sue Bird drains a three.
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Fans scream to get a T-shirt thrown their way.
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Swin Cash hits a jumper.
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Doppler dances with the Storm Dance Troupe.
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