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In this week’s poll, 58% said they accept games getting postponed as athletes protest injustice.
Professional sports came to a halt last week in protest of the police shooting of Jacob Blake.
However, the vote was close, with 44% of responders saying the conference made the wrong call.
Did the league do the right thing canceling fall football because of the coronavirus pandemic?
However, 38% would not be comfortable going to Angel of the Winds Arena at 50% capacity.
The WHL will only hold games once arenas are allowed to open to 50% capacity.
More than half the responders said they don’t expect high school football to be played in the fall.
Schools are scheduled to reopen, but will football be able to accommodate distancing regulations?
However, the general consensus is that both the NHL and NBA have good restart plans.
Both leagues, which suspended their seasons because of the coronavirus outbreak, have plans to restart.
Nearly two-thirds of voters selected Felix Hernandez’s perfect game as their top pick.
Tuesday is the 30th anniversary of Seattle’s first no-hitter, the first of six in franchise history.
Readers watched the 10-part documentary on the Chicago Bulls of the 90s, and they liked what they saw.
The 10-part ESPN documentary on Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls has been a phenomenon of the pandemic.
Nearly half the voters predicted Seattle to win the 2020 WNBA championship.
Everett’s adopted WNBA team was supposed to open its season last Friday.
Two-thirds of responders said Seattle’s game against San Francisco is the one they want to attend most.
Seattle’s schedule welcomes iconic franchises and playoff contenders to CenturyLink Field in 2020.
Voters overwhelmingly picked Everett’s 2017-18 team over 2003-04 in a matchup of Tips WHL finalists.
The WHL finals would have begun Friday; Everett reached the WHL championship series in 2004 and 2018.