The Seattle Storm took Game one of the WNBA Finals Friday night with a 93-80 win over the Aces. Breanna Stewart finished with a career-playoff-high 37 points, one shy of the WNBA Finals record, along with 15 rebounds and four blocks. Jewell Loyd added 28 points and Sue Bird tallied a career-high 16 assists, which also set a WNBA Finals record.
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