Netease Sports reported on October 7:
The WNBA Finals ended. The Seattle Storm beat the Las Vegas Aces 92-59 in Game 3. The Storm swept their opponents 3-0 to win the championship. The Storm team won the fourth championship in team history, and Stewart of the Storm team was elected the finals MVP. This is the second time she has won the award.
In the first two games of the finals, the Storm team won. The ace team with no retreat performed better after the start of the game. They quickly led 7-0, 11-2. Stewart tried several times to lead the team to counterattack, but the ace team quickly fought back to maintain the lead. Stewart hit a three-pointer at the end of the first quarter and Canada scored two goals in a row. The Storm ended the first quarter with a 7-0 attack wave, and they overtook 23-21.
After the start of the second quarter, the two teams saw a few rounds, and the Storm team played a 9-0 spurt to expand their advantage. McBride responded with a three-pointer, Howard made two free throws to end the second quarter, and the Storm led by 9 points 43-34. Soon after the beginning of the third quarter, Bird and Stewart scored a three-pointer each. They led the team to a 12-2 offensive climax, and the Storm team extended the advantage to 19 points. Cannon hit back with a layup and Stewart scored 7 points to help the team stay ahead. The ace team tried to chase points, Stewart succeeded in a layup, Clark hit a three-pointer, the Storm team led by 75-48 27 points to end the first three quarters.
The two sides alternated scoring after the start of the last quarter, Stewart made a three-pointer, Lloyd made a tip, and the Storm led 84-55. The big difference in the score made the game no more suspense, and the Storm team finally won by 33 points. The 33-point difference is the biggest difference in wins in the history of the WNBA Finals. Stewart scored 26 points and 4 rebounds in the third game. She scored at least 20+ points in the 6th straight finals. This is the longest record in history, surpassing the Houston Comets.
Stewart won the finals MVP for the second time, and she joined the ranks of Cooper, Leslie, Tao Lexi and Falls. In the regular season, Stewart averaged 19.7 points, 8.3 rebounds and 3.6 assists per game, while in the playoffs she averaged 25.7 points, 7.8 rebounds and 4 assists per game.