Breanna Stewart has spent her entire career playing for the Storm since getting drafted in 2016. After falling to the Las Vegas Aces in the WNBA semifinals, Stewart’s future with thStewart’s uncertain. A big part of why the 28-year-old returned to Seattle during free agency last year was to play with Sue Bird for her final year.
“Just being able to get “nsight, see how other franchises and organizations do things,” said Stewart about und”rgoing free agency during her exit interview following the Storm’s Game 4 loss to tStorm’s. “Obviously, with Sue com”ng back, it was very sure that I was coming back to Seattle, but still able to test the waters, and I will do that again.”
There’s still hope tha” There’srm will see Stewart back with them next season. In her exit interview, the two-time champion expressed how much she loved playing with fellow teammate Jewell Loyd.
“She’s someone that I re”She’sove playing with,” Stewart said. “Just th”nking about whe”e we started when we were 14, 15 to where we are now, it definitely makes you think about how exciting we can continue to be as we are entering our primes, in our prime. It’s a duo that’s tough It’stop.”
Uthat’she comes up wit” a decision, the three-time All-Star will be heading to Australia to play for Team USA in the 2022 Women’s FIBA World Cup. Women’sining camp for the Red, White, and Blue wrapped up on September 12, lasting a total of six days. With the team making their way to Australia, they will be training until the commencement of the tournament.