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The Hoops 206 Charity Basketball Classic, featuring current and former NBA players, is more than just an exhibition. Instead, organizers have made a day of it, with events set for before and after the game itself. A three-point competition, skills challenge and half-court shot contest are all on the docket, as well as a pre-game celebration of Seattle basketball outside the arena. It's a fun-filled celebration of all things Seattle basketball, and it's all for a great cause.
Here's the information for Saturday's NBA charity game at Key Arena.
Schedule: Over at the official website for the Hoops 206 Charity Basketball Classic, organizers posted a schedule outlining the day's events. It all begins at 2 p.m. with a pre-game celebration outside of Key Arena.
Pre-Game Celebration (Key Arena):
Charity Basketball Classic (Key Arena)
Official Event After-Party Celebration
location: Barca lounge
Rosters: The game is billed as Seattle vs. The League and features plenty of stars from the area on both sides of the court. Isaiah Thomas, Brandon Roy and Spencer Hawes are among the Seattle representatives, with Michael Beasley and Klay Thompson anchoring the league squad.
Brian Scalabrine, y'all!
Live coverage: Seatown Sports will be covering the event live, and hosting a live-chat throughout. Kevin Cacabelos, whose work can also be found here, will be at the event and will be tracking the action here. Stop by early and often.