Seattle Storm forward Breanna Stewart was named the 2016 WNBA Rookie of the Year presented by Samsung.
How Stewart’s rookie season — in which she finished sixth in the league in scoring, second in rebounding and third in blocks — stacks up with the WNBA’s greatest.
What’s life like for a rookie sensation? WNBA.com’s Anthony Oliva joined Stewie in Seattle to find out.
Four-time NCAA champion, four-time NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player. Meet the UConn star who entered the WNBA as its latest hyped No. 1 pick.
Stewart proved she could do it all from the moment she stepped into the pros. Check out her best highlights here.
Go behind the scenes as Stewart led the Storm on their push for the playoffs.
From her fourth NCAA title to her first Olympic gold medal and WNBA playoff appearance, take a look through Stewart’s season in photos.
Stewart immediately formed a dynamic duo with last year’s No. 1 pick, Jewell Loyd, combining to take the league by storm.
The forward etched her name into the record books with 277 defensive rebounds, breaking Lisa Leslie’s single-season record.