Soldiers and first responders will face off Thursday night (March 10) in a charitable basketball game in Steilacoom.
And they’ll be coached by some experts.
Former Seattle SuperSonics guard Slick Watts and his son Donald Watts will be helping the soldiers and first responders with their game, said Fircrest Police Chief John Cheesman, head coach for the first-responders team.
The game starts 6:30 p.m. at Steilacoom High School, 54 Sentinel Drive.
Entrance is free, but donations will support the Association of the United States Army, which helps take care of service members, especially when they return home from deployment.
Concessions and a raffle at the game will help raise funds.