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Percy Allen

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Seattle, WA, United States

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Past articles by Percy:

Here’s what King County’s outdoor mask mandate means for Seattle sports fans

Starting Tuesday, fans attending sporting events in King County will be required to wear a mask or face covering, which is a response to the rise of coronavirus cases driven... → Read More

Mark your calendars: UW men’s basketball team unveils 2021-22 schedule

The Washington men’s basketball team officially returns in three months. Here's a look at the 2021-22 schedule. → Read More

Storm’s Sue Bird, Breanna Stewart and Jewell Loyd selected as 2021 WNBA All-Stars

Not surprisingly, the Storm’s Big Three, which is comprised of Sue Bird, Breanna Stewart and Jewell Loyd, were selected as WNBA All-Stars on Wednesday. Bird extends her league record to... → Read More

Breanna Stewart’s big game goes to waste as Storm falls to Aces in overtime

Sue Bird’s three-pointer came up short in the final seconds and the Storm fell 95-92 in overtime against Las Vegas. → Read More

Washington women’s basketball coach Jody Wynn fired after four seasons with Huskies

Washington Huskies women’s basketball coach Jody Wynn has been fired after four years guiding the program. Wynn led UW to a 38-75 record, including 11-58 in the Pac-12. → Read More

Storm legend Lauren Jackson nominated for Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame

Former Storm star Lauren Jackson, a three-time WNBA MVP and seven-time WNBA All-Star, is included among nine first-time finalists for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. → Read More

Seattle Storm unveils new logo, the first major redesign since debut in 2000

The Storm's new logo has just about everything you could want in a design -- the Space Needle, iconic colors and a basketball. Now, it just needs to be worn in a game. → Read More

Four-time WNBA champion Sue Bird re-signs with Seattle Storm

What appears to be the final – and arguably most important – offseason domino fell for the Storm when the team announced the signing of four-time WNBA champion Sue Bird on Monday morning. → Read More

‘They played tougher than us’: UW Husky men go cold as WSU Cougars win in Seattle

The Huskies fell behind in the first half and could never catch up, losing 77-62. → Read More

UW men’s basketball remains winless after 76-62 loss to Utah in Pac-12 opener

Despite Quade Green's 21 points, the Huskies lacked scoring and depth in a 76-62 loss to Utah on Thursday. → Read More

UW men’s basketball team gets added firepower as NCAA approves waiver for Michigan transfer Cole Bajema

The NCAA approved Cole Bajema’s waiver application on Wednesday, giving UW added firepower and depth at guard. → Read More

Seattle sports power couple Sue Bird and Megan Rapinoe announce engagement on social media

Seattle's sports power couple Sue Bird and Megan Rapinoe are tying the knot. → Read More

CHAMPS! Seattle Storm completes sweep of Aces to capture fourth WNBA title

The Storm has won its fourth WNBA championship after sweeping the series against the Las Vegas Aces behind dominant performances from Breanna Stewart and Sue Bird. → Read More

The Storm is one win from another WNBA title, and the players are focused on not letting it ‘slip through our fingers’

The Storm faces the Aces on Tuesday night for a chance to capture its second championship in three seasons. "we don’t want to let it slip through our fingers." → Read More

WNBA postpones Game 1 of semifinals between Storm and Lynx due to inconclusive COVID-19 test

The WNBA postponed the start of the semifinal series on Sunday between the No. 2 seed Storm and No. 4 Minnesota due to inconclusive pregame COVID-19 test results from Seattle... → Read More

Storm looking to wrap up first-round bye Sunday vs. Lynx

The Storm can clinch one of the top four seeds heading into the WNBA playoffs with a win. → Read More

Seattle’s Juneteenth events celebrate Black freedom, life amid the country’s reckoning with racism

Seattle marchers, demonstrators, protesters and revelers filled streets and parks Friday to celebrate Juneteenth. → Read More

Isaiah Stewart announces he’s leaving Washington Huskies to enter NBA draft

On Wednesday, Stewart announced he's leaving Washington and entering the NBA draft where he's expected to be selected in the first round. → Read More

Pac-12 Power Rankings: UW Huskies continue to fall

With UW 1-5 in Pac-12 play and averaging just 61 points in the past six games without Quade Green, this is shaping up to be the most disappointing season in Husky history. → Read More

Washington point guard Quade Green ruled academically ineligible for winter quarter

Washington sophomore guard Quade Green has been ruled academically ineligible for the winter quarter, coach Mike Hopkins announced Thursday. → Read More