How to Watch the WNBA: Storm vs. Sun | TV Channel, Streaming Info | June 23

Two of the WNBA‘s top players will be on display when Jewell Loyd (18.5 points per game, seventh in league) and the Seattle Storm (9-6) welcome in DeWanna Bonner (16.7, 13th) and the Connecticut Sun (13-2) on Sunday, June 23, 2024 at 3:00 PM ET.

The Storm’s matchup versus the Sun will be available on FOX13+, Prime Video, and NBCS-BOS.

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Storm vs. Sun Game Info

  • When: Sunday, June 23, 2024 at 3:00 PM ET
  • Where: Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle, Washington
  • TV: FOX13+, Prime Video, and NBCS-BOS
  • Livestream: Watch this game on Prime Video (Regional restrictions may apply)

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Storm Leaders

  • Loyd leads the Storm in scoring, averaging 18.5 points per game.
  • Skylar Diggins-Smith leads Seattle with 5.9 assists a game and Ezi Magbegor paces the team with 9.6 rebounds per contest.
  • Sami Whitcomb is the top three-point shooter for the Storm, connecting on 1.3 per game.
  • Seattle’s steals leader is Jordan Horston, who grabs 1.7 per game. Magbegor leads the team averaging 2.6 blocks an outing.

Sun Leaders

  • Alyssa Thomas racks up 9.3 rebounds per game, 8.0 assists per game, and 12.3 points per game, putting her in the top spot on the Sun in both rebounds and assists.
  • Bonner has the title of Connecticut’s top scorer by putting up 16.7 points per game.
  • Tyasha Harris makes more threes per game than any other member of the Sun, averaging 1.7 treys per game.
  • Nobody on Connecticut grabs more steals than Thomas (1.6 per game) or blocks more shots than Bonner (0.6 per game).

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Storm vs. Sun Matchup Statistics

  • The 83.1 points per game the Storm put up are 11.4 more points than the Sun allow (71.7).
  • Seattle has a 9-3 record when scoring more than 71.7 points.
  • The Sun put up only 0.8 more points per game (80.5) than the Storm allow their opponents to score (79.7).
  • Connecticut has gone 8-0 when it has scored more than 79.7 points.
  • The Storm put up 97.4 points per 100 possessions (sixth in the league), while giving up 93.6 points per 100 possessions (first in the WNBA).
  • Seattle has typically won the turnover battle this season, committing 13.8 per game (sixth in WNBA play) while forcing 15.7 (third in the league).
  • The Sun rank second in the WNBA with 108.6 points scored per 100 possessions, and seventh defensively with 99.1 points conceded per 100 possessions.
  • Connecticut has committed 11.7 turnovers per game (second in WNBA), 4.0 fewer than the 15.7 it forces (third in league).

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