SEATTLE – Swin Cash had 16 points to lead five players in double figures as the Seattle Storm beat the Chicago Sky 80-60 Friday night for their 13th consecutive win.
Lauren Jackson added 14 points, Svetlana Abrosimova had 13, Sue Bird 11 and Camille Little 10 for Seattle (22-2). Bird also had eight assists as the Storm, who have already clinched the Western Conference title, improved to 13-0 at home.
Sylvia Fowles scored 13 points to lead Chicago (12-14), which has lost three of four to drop to last place in the Eastern Conference.
The Storm, who lost 84-75 at Chicago on May 27, are undefeated since a 72-65 setback at Indiana on June 17.
Bird hit three 3-pointers in the second quarter as Seattle built a 55-31 lead at halftime. The Storm shot 8 of 14 on 3-pointers in the first half and finshed with 10 3s.
Seattle increased the advantage to 27 points in the third and fourth quarters.
The Storm are closing in on the best start in WNBA history — 25-2 set by Houston in 1998. The Comets finished that season 27-3 en route to its second of four straight titles in the league's first four years.
Cash scored 10, Jackson eight and Little seven to help give the Storm a 27-13 in the first quarter.