Little returns to Seattle


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Seattle, WA ( - The Seattle Storm re-signed forward Camille Little to a multi-year contract.

Financial terms were not disclosed.

"I am very happy and excited about resigning with Seattle," said Little. "I love the city and couldn't be more excited to build on our momentum of last season. Thank you to all the coaches, owners and staff for believing in me."

Little started all 34 games for the Storm last year and averaged 10.9 points with 4.7 rebounds. She joined the club midway through the 2008 season and has started all but six of the 188 games for the team since.

"I am thrilled that Camille wants to continue her career in Seattle," said Storm head coach and general manager Brian Agler. "There is no question that she has been, and will be, a key piece to our success and championship culture."

Little helped the Storm to the 2010 WNBA title and owns career averages of 9.1 points and 5.0 rebounds in 235 games for San Antonio, Atlanta and Seattle.

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