Breanna Stewart and Sue Bird join to discuss the Seattle Storm & the Wubble | The Jump

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Breanna Stewart and Sue Bird join The Jump to discuss the Seattle Storm, the WNBA Wubble and more with Rachel Nichols.

0:00 What’s the biggest threat to the Seattle Storm’s repeat chances?

0:54 Biggest takeaways from the WNBA Wubble.

2:00 Stewart on being the WNBA Finals MVP.

2:55 Sue Bird on her future career.

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