“We’re a few weeks into this with Coach McMillan, and we’re learning,” said Seattle’s Emanual Davis. “We’re learning how to win. Sometimes it gets a little stagnant, but what’s pretty consistent is the defensive effort and the hustle. If we can keep doing that, that’s going to keep us in games.”
Teammate Gary Payton will welcome guests to the performance moments before the opening curtain, then will operate props backstage during the show.
The charitable foundations for Baker and Payton will donate 400 tickets to Seattle youngsters through the city’s Parks and Recreation Department and the Garfield Community Center.
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