Seattle Times Article on Sophomore Basketball Player Dalayah D.
One of the “it” places to be on a winter Friday night in Seattle is a Metro League basketball game.
Fans often have to arrive two hours early just to get a seat in quaint high-school gyms. Historically, the draw is the boys varsity game. Along with coffee and planes, Seattle has gifted the world NBA stars.
Preceding the boys game is the girls game, which sometimes gets ignored. Then the tallest girl steals the ball on defense, dribbles with grace and speed down court, crosses over a defender and lays the ball into the hoop. An indifferent crowd wakes up and says “whoa” in unison and are hooked. … Click to read more in the Seattle Times.