(Seattle, WA) — The WNBA’s All-Star reserves were announced Tuesday and no Seattle Storm players are on the list. It’s the first time in the 11-year history of the league’s All-Star game that Seattle is not represented. Eight-time All-Star Tina Thompson is not on the team although she is retiring after 17 seasons in the league at the conclusion of this season. The Storm play the L.A. Sparks Thursday night in Southern California and the All-Star Game is Saturday in Connecticut.
No Storm players in the All-Star Game