Storm Shows Seattle Still Loves Basketball

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They awakened the echoes inside KeyArena. They made this new/old barn shake in a way it hasn't since 2005.

It virtually was seismic.

These Storm players reminded the 13,898 inside the Key's caldron just how important professional basketball is to this town.


During this playoff run, the Key has felt like May in September. It was loud and it was kinetic, a blizzard of white, waving towels.

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