Storm play well enough to win Game 1
Taurasi struggles; Seattle reserves Abrosimova, Willingham combine for 26 points
It was a night when Lauren Jackson put an exclamation point on her MVP award, Brian Agler made the classy move of practically handing his coach of the year honor to his point guard, Seattle's two reserves outperformed their Phoenix counterparts, and Diana Taurasi's very visible frustration summed up her team's night.
It wasn't really the grand showdown we were hoping for, as neither team was particularly impressive -- that is, considering how high the bar is for Seattle and Phoenix ...
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• WNBA Finals Live: Game 3
• Voepel: Jackson leads Storm to 2-0 start
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• Voepel: Bird does it again to lift Seattle
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• Voepel: Head-to-head finals breakdown
• Voepel: Athletic Atlanta to test Storm
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• Monday's player interviews from KeyArena
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• Saturday's player interviews from KeyArena
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