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Jewell Loyd signs supermax extension with Seattle Storm

Jewell Loyd broke the Seattle Storm single-season scoring record. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Jewell Loyd is staying with the Seattle Storm.

Loyd, 29, has agreed on a two-year extension, her agent, Jade-Li English of Klutch Sports, told ESPN. The deal will pay her $241,984 in the first season, the supermax for that year, and $249,032 in the second.

The All-Star forward has scored 911 points this season, a WNBA single-season record, and she’s leading the league with an average of 24.6 points per game. Loyd has been with the Storm since the team picked her No. 1 overall in the 2015 WNBA Draft.

“It’s been special for Seattle to witness Jewell compete for championships and rise to be one of the best in the game. She is a franchise player, and we are excited to continue to build our future around her,” Storm president and CEO Alisha Valavanis said. “She is a remarkable person and leader, she lifts her teammates, the organization, and her community. Everyone around Jewell knows she embodies greatness. We’re so glad she’s staying in Seattle.”

Loyd has been a bright spot in an otherwise dark season for Seattle, which is 11-28 entering its final game of the season, Sunday against the Los Angeles Sparks.

Loyd will look to finish her historic season on a high note. After signing the extension, she posted a famous Bruce Lee quote to X.

“I’m not in this world to live up to your expectations and you’re not in this world to live up to mine,” Loyd wrote.