Tuesday/ a Seattle Storm game

It was a beautiful late-summer day here in Seattle (78 °F/ 26 °C).
Friends and I attended a WNBA* women’s basketball game in the Key Arena by the Space Needle.

*Women’s National Basketball Association, founded in 1996. There are 12 teams that play in the league.

The Key Arena is in Seattle Center, and started out as Washington State Pavilion, at the 1962 World’s Fair (with the Space Needle). It is currently the home of the Seattle Storm, the women’s basketball team. It’s hard to see in the picture, but the American flag is at half-mast to honor Senator McCain.
Here is the scene inside the arena, at the end of tonight’s exciting game. The game went into extra time with Seattle Storm besting Phoenix Mercury 91-87, to go up 2-0 in the Western Conference play-off series.

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