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Social Roundup: WNBA Players, Fans on the Ground in Seattle

As the WNBA gears up for the Verizon WNBA All-Star 2017 game, fans and athletes alike are getting excited for the showcase of the league’s top talent.

Before the game on Saturday the players kicked off the festivities with a star-studded orange carpet:

The Seattle Seahawks will have a presence at their hometown court, as Richard Sherman and KJ Wright announced they will be attending the game:

In addition, Washington native and Boston Celtics NBA All-Star Isaiah Thomas expressed his interest in the contest:

The All-Star participants were excited as they arrived in Seattle this morning:

Nneka Ogwumike raised the flag at the top of Seattle’s iconic Space Needle:

Some weren’t afraid to show a little personality on camera:

Fan favorite, Maya Moore, got some shots up in preparation for not only the game, but also the 3-point contest, which will take place at halftime.

The Chicago Sky’s Stefanie Dolson ended All-Star practice with an exclamation point:

The Liberty’s Tina Charles and Sugar Rodgers reflected on the paths that has led them to be All-Stars:

Rodgers even received some fresh, new kicks for the game:

Fans came out to see their favorite players gathered together in one arena:

The WNBA’s brightest stars dressed up for the Orange Carpet event:

Tune in on Saturday, July 22nd at 3:30 p.m. EST to watch it all go down.