Seattle Storm


2016

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FULL SEASON GAME PRESENTATION

KeyArena | Seattle, WA | 2016

2016 marked a widely historic year for the Storm franchise, highlighted by the adding of Swedish as the title sponsor on their jerseys, the first logo change in franchise history and the landing of the #1 overall pick in the WNBA draft for the second straight year. The pick yielded the most decorated college basketball player of all-time and eventual Rookie of the Year award winner, Breanna Stewart. Building off of 2015, the team brought youthful energy to KeyArena and the fans responded, making it one of the most challenging venues to play in for visiting teams. Our entertainment theme shifted to a 10-player Lip Sync Battle which was won through fan voting by the savvy veteran, Sue Bird. 

Watch Jewell Loyd's Lip Sync Battle:

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LAUREN JACKSON RETIREMENT CEREMONY

KeyArena | Seattle, WA | 2016

Adding to the historic 2016 Seattle Storm season was the formal retirement announcement of WNBA Legend and Storm great, Lauren Jackson. The Storm responded by planning the jersey retirement ceremony, which took place immediately following a Storm game in mid-season. 3 Point spearheaded the overall presentation of the game which was themed around LJ as well as the ceremony which earned league-wide recognition. The ceremony featured video messages from past players, coaches and rivals but the highlights were the speakers, most notably by Lauren's long-time teammate, Sue Bird. 

Watch the full Lauren Jackson Retirement Ceremony:


2015

FULL SEASON GAME PRESENTATION

KeyArena | Seattle, WA | 2015

With the #1 and #3 overall picks in the 2015 WNBA Draft, the Storm took major steps forward in rebuilding the franchise and brought new star power to the Emerald City with the selections of Jewell Loyd & Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis. The exciting rookies blended well with veteran Sue Bird both on the court and off as evident in our 'Between Two Birds' entertainment features that were highlighted during games throughout the season. 

Watch our favorite episodes of Between Two Birds:

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SEATTLE PRO-AM GAME

KeyArena | Seattle, WA | July 2015

In partnership with NBA star and Seattle native, Jamal Crawford, the Storm hosted the tip-off game of Jamal's Seattle Summer Pro-Am League at KeyArena. It was a basketball doubleheader for the 3 Point crew, first producing the WNBA game and then keeping the energy rolling into the night for the Seattle Pro-Am game. The fans were treated to appearances by NBA stars with local ties like Isaiah Thomas, Kelly Olynyk and Spencer Hawes amongst others. Sonics Legends Lenny Wilkens, Gary Payton & Shawn Kemp served as the team coaches in the celebration of Seattle basketball.



2014

Some highlights from the 2014 season:

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FULL SEASON GAME PRESENTATION

KeyArena | Seattle, WA | 2014

Beginning with the 2014 WNBA season, we have partnered with the Seattle Storm to produce their home games at KeyArena.  Along with building the greatest home court advantage in the WNBA, we work closely with the organization's marketing team to produce a game presentation which enhances the fan experience, improves theme night activations and provides creative assets for the sponsorship department to maximize their partnerships.


“We are excited to partner with 3 Point Productions, the company is known for fresh, creative ideas, and we are already seeing those implemented into the Storm game-day experience.” 

- Alisha Valavanis | Storm Chief Operating Officer


2013

2013 WNBA PLAYOFFS 

Tacoma Dome | Tacoma, WA | 2013

Due to a scheduling conflict at KeyArena, the Seattle Storm moved their home playoff game down I-5 to the Tacoma Dome.  The Storm turned to us to manage the entire project, from court and equipment delivery to building set up to in-game execution. Hosting the first nationally televised event in the Tacoma Dome in years came with many challenges, but the game went off without a hitch.