Adams hits tying 3 and Stars top Storm in OT 

Adams hits tying 3 and Stars top Storm in OT 

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SEATTLE (AP) — Danielle Adams hit a 3-pointer to tie it in regulation and scored five points in overtime to lift the San Antonio Stars to an 87-82 win over the Seattle Storm on Thursday night.

Danielle Robinson scored 20 points, including six free throws in overtime, for San Antonio (6-6). Jia Perkins added 15 points on five 3s in the Stars’ second straight win.

Sue Bird scored 23 and Camille Little a season-high 20 for Seattle (5-9).

Adams’ 3 with 6.5 seconds left tied the game at 71-all.

Bird hit a 3 to put the Storm up 70-68 with 44.8 seconds left and Nicole Powell hit one of two free throws to make it 71-68 with 18.9 left.

San Antonio led 62-53 early in the fourth quarter before Bird scored eight and Shekinna Stricklen six to rally the Storm.


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