Breanna Stewart Lives Up To the Hype in Rookie Season With Seattle Storm
Having put together the most successful college career ever – and been drafted No. 1 overall – Stewart entered the WNBA with an unprecedented amount of hype and expectations. Just a few weeks after guiding UConn to its fourth straight national title, she began her first training camp with the Storm. Then in the middle of the season, Stewart went to Brazil and won a gold medal as the USA’s youngest Olympic player since 1988.
2016 Breanna Stewart Highlights
The 6-4 forward averaged 18.3 points (sixth in the league), 9.3 rebounds (second) and 1.9 blocks per game (third) while shooting 45.7 percent overall and 33.8 percent from three-point range. Check out her 2016 highlights.