Fans honor Seattle Storm legend Sue Bird

A young fan handed Bird a flower during her final game with the team.

SEATTLE — Sue Bird has been bestowed just about every honor she could have dreamed of in her 19 seasons with the WNBA, but Sunday’s regular season finale provided a first for Bird.  

The Seattle Storm star said goodbye to hometown fans in the loss to the Aces and will ease in to her retirement from basketball after the season. It was an emotional send-off for the four-time WNBA champion who is also a 12 time all-star and has five Olympic Gold Medals at home.

On-court fan emcee Shellie

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