Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

The Los Angeles Lakers were defined for 14 seasons by the play of Kareem Abdul -Jabbar from 1976 to 1989 as he lead the Lakers to 13 consecutive playoff appearances, five NBA titles and four league MVP awards. Abdul-Jabbar finished his career with 38,387 regular season points, tops in the NBA.

Evergreen Point Floating Bridge

The 520/Evergreen Point Floating bridge that connects Seattle and Bellevueis the worldest longest floating bridge at 7,578 feet. It was opened August 28, 1963. The span, renamed in 1988 for former Washington Governor Albert D. Rosellini, would serve the transportation needs of the Lake Washington community for 50 years before a scheduled replacement program and a two-year construction project that will have the new bridge in place in 2014.

Your 12th Man Photos

This month’s 12th Man photos are compliments of Dan Kinley, as he represented the Seahawks fans at the National Tailgating Championships in Dallas, January 2011.

Dan Kinley in the House of Cards Tailgate at the National Competition

Dan, Ashley Buchanan, Gary Buchanan, Tom Brown, Steve Rasmussen, Geoffrey Tamman  & Friends

Dan with The Bronco Buss Tailgate Team

 Dan with Fort Worth Police Officers

Outrigger Canoe Club Volleyball

An athletic Tom Selleck and the Outrigger Canoe Club Volleyball team visited Seattle to compete in the Men’s Club tournament at the Unviersity of Washington. Selleck, an advid volleyball player with close ties to the USA Men’s Volleyball program, brought volleyball to the set in several episodes of the 1980’s television show Magnum, PI.

Curt Warner’s First Run From Scrimmage

Seattle Seahawks running back and third selection overall in the 1983 NFL Draft, Curt Warner was off and running on the first play from scrimmage in the September 4, 1983 opening with the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium with a 60 yard run around left end. Warner finished with 90 yards rushing on 12 carries and caught six passes for another 72 yards and one touchdown.