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Storm cut 3 following scrimmage

Storm cut 3 following scrimmage

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The Seattle Storm cut Joslyn Tinkle, Taylor Hall and Chelseas Douglas following Saturday’s scrimmage against the Austrailian national team.

The cuts marked the first wave of roster moves before May 15, the deadline to finalize a 12-player roster.

The Storm play another closed scrimmage against the Chinese national team on Thursday, May 8. Seattle then plays the Los Angeles Sparks in sole exhibition game on Saturday, May 10. Both games are at KeyArena.

Seattle’s opens their season on Friday, May 16 against the Sparks in Los Angeles.

(KPUG Newsroom – Tysen Allumbaugh)

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