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Tuesday, November 29th, 2011 at 9:30 am  |  8 responses

No NBA Charity Exhibition Game for Seattle


The city of Seattle will not get to see Kevin Durant in the flesh as it had been anticipating, thanks to the NBA lockout seemingly coming to an end. From the Seattle Times: “NBA players and owners have reached a tentative labor agreement, which will send the players back to work soon. But it means the H206 Classic, a charity game organized by Jamal Crawford to be played Dec. 15 at Edmundson Pavilion, has been canceled. According to the H206 website (www.hoops-206.com) tickets will be refunded by noon Thursday. Crawford and organizers are looking for possible dates next summer to play the game, according to the website.”

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  • SikhWitIt

    Seattle really needs a team. Anyone who has ever been to a Seahawks game can attest to how great this fan base is.

  • Heals

    Stern does it to Seattle again. Even though it obviously wasn’t deliberate the irony of the lockout ending just in time to cancel a charity game in Sea is pretty crappy for a real solid group of hoops heads…

  • http://SLAMONLINE.COM LakeShow

    cool

  • @Deknowz

    Seattle keeps getting played.

  • http://thetroyblog.com Teddy-the-Bear

    lol @ Heals.

  • shawnkemp4prez

    Seattle’s best shot at seeing high-quality basketball anytime in the near future is if the Hornets leave N.O. (like they should). Trust me, I’m from the deep south, New Orleans residents would never notice the team being gone. It’s football country down here.

  • kantankruz

    Poor Seattle keep getting screwed. it’s not even funny now. Might be time to give em a team back.

  • Tom

    Who was anticipating this? why would people care about an exhibition game when we used to have an actual franchise for 41 years?

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