You may have noticed several iconic Seattle buildings lighting up green and yellow last night in support of the Seattle Storm’s return to the WNBA Finals.
Commemorating their return, NBA free agent and former UW men’s basketball player Isaiah Thomas, raised a Storm flag on top of the Space Needle at 9 am today.
— Seattle Storm (@seattlestorm) October 2, 2020
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Friday marks the team’s second WNBA Finals appearance in three years, as they play against the Las Vegas Aces at 4 pm.
Both Seattle sports venues CenturyLink Field and T-Mobile Park where lit green last night in addition to Columbia Center, One and Two Union Square, the Amazon Spheres, SR 520, and Washington State Convention Center. Hyatt Regency Seattle displayed “Go Storm” in the windows.
Seattle sure looked pretty tonight! @TMobilePark, @CenturyLink_Fld, @amazon Spheres, @WAConvention, @hyatt Regency Seattle, @space_needle, @wsdot_520 and One Union all went green and yellow for the @seattlestorm! https://t.co/Bz6MKRtAsm pic.twitter.com/A7I3MVBeAB
— Neil Enns (@DaneCreekPhoto) October 2, 2020
Those looking to catch Game 1 of the WNBA Finals can watch the game on ESPN2 at 4 pm PT.