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The Seattle Storm continued their postseason domination over the Las Vegas Aces and gained their fourth WNBA Championship on Tuesdayย night in Bradenton, Florida.

The 92-59 win marked the biggest margin of victory in WNBA Finals history and the Stormโ€™s second championship in three years.

โ€œI’m just so proud of this league, these players, it’s amazing.โ€ said veteran guard Sue Bird. โ€œIn some ways, it’s an honor to be part of the last twoย teams standing and an honor to continue spreading the message we started.โ€


Aโ€™ja Wilson led the Aces in scoring 18 points six rebounds and four assists. ย 
โ€œI think we grew tremendously. I think we honestly understand now what it takes to win a championship.โ€ said Wilson. โ€œI mean, Seattle is a championship team on paper, on court. It’s good to have that measure to know this is what we have to do every possession, every minute.โ€

Breanna Stewart was named the 2020 WNBA Finals Most Valuable Player (MVP) and set a WNBA Finals record by scoring at least 20 points in the sixth WNBA Finals game.

โ€œTo be able to be the 2020 WNBA champs, it’s a huge gold star next to that.โ€ย said Stewart. โ€œThis season wasn’t easy, and it wasn’t easy in a whole bunch of different areas, with the coronavirus, with the social injustices going on in this country and the day-to-day being stuck here in the bubble. But our team is resilient.โ€

โ€œI’m just really proud of our group. They just stayed together through a lot of weird stuff. said Coach Gary Kloppenburg. โ€œJust kind of weird playing a season in a bubble, but it’s been historic for our team and the league.โ€