This was total domination.
Washington reached the Finals for the first time in franchise history.
"I think this is a time that you just reflect", Toliver said.
The Seattle Storm defeated the Washington Mystics 98-82 Wednesday night in Game 3 to sweep the WNBA Finals. "I'm going to tell you what, they were special in November, January, and when we started April 29th, and they're special tonight".
"And to see it end like this, it's a dream".
"It doesn't feel real yet, honestly", she said. "I can't believe it". In Game 2 they were 0-for-16, though they forced 15 turnovers and were in the game until the end losing 75-73.
Taurasi, the WNBA's all-time leading scorer, tied for third in the league at 20.7 points per game and was fourth in assists at 5.3 per game. "We stayed in the moment".
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She finished with 29 points and a game-high 14 rebounds.
Stewart had five, tying her season high. "The difference between really good teams at this level, can be if you're able to get production from places that you don't normally expect. So hopefully everybody goes off to wherever they're going this offseason but continues to improve, get better, and then come back and regroup and build off of this season". Now, after his 17 season as a WNBA coach, he finally has his first title. I wasn't nervous. I was calm. "We want to bring the trophy back to Seattle from this game".
But the Storm have yet to win on the road in the playoffs, despite posting the best road record in the regular season. I knew she was that elite level player and more importantly that elite level competitor that wanted to be the best.
Washington shot 43.5 percent from the field (30 of 69) but was 8 of 23 from beyond the 3-point arc. "Probably a combination of both".
Washington did mount a 6-0 run late in the third quarter, and capitalized on a technical foul on Seattle coach Dan Hughes, to cut the lead to 10 points.
The Storm outscored the Mystics 26-14 in the second to extend its lead to 46-30 heading into halftime. Washington went on a 16-3 run to again close their deficit to just five points as Tierra Ruffin-Pratt had eight points in six second-half minutes.
The sellout crowd of 9,164 at EagleBank Arena screamed: "De-fense, De-fense", one last rally cry for a Washington Mystics facing elimination for the fouth time this season. Howard and Clark filled in the gaps, as did Crystal Langhorne, Sami Whitcomb and rookie point guard Jordin Canada. "We won this thing". "I think everybody knows". "It really gave us that home court advantage".