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Suns Coach Alvin Gentry Giving Away 7,000 Tickets to Tomorrow's Mercury vs. Fever WNBA Finals Game

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Phoenix Suns head Coach Alvin Gentry is giving away 7,000 tickets to tomorrow night's game at US Airways Center.

Following Suns and Mercury GM Steve Kerr's lead, Gentry has bought out all the upper-level seats for the Phoenix Mercury's match-up against the Indiana Fever for game two of the WNBA finals, and he's giving them away. Valley fans can procure up to eight free tickets each at the US Airways box office by mentioning "Gentry's Gallery." The free tickets will be available up until tip-off, or while supplies last.   

The game, which starts at 6 p.m. here on Thursday, is the second game of a best-of-five series for the WNBA Championship. The Mercury beat the Fever 120-116 in overtime in game one of the series on Tuesday, which was the highest-scoring game in WNBA history.


Upper-level seats start at $35.75, and are available at the arena box office and at www.phoenixmercury.com.

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