D-backs sell out Finals Game 4 Rally the Valley watch party at Chase Field

Jul 14, 2021, 6:59 PM | Updated: 10:59 pm
(Twitter photo / @Suns)...
(Twitter photo / @Suns)
(Twitter photo / @Suns)

Phoenix Suns fans came out in full force for a watch party at neighboring Chase Field for Game 4 of the NBA Finals on Wednesday, as 15,000 fans packed the lower bowl and sold out the event.

Unfortunately for Valley sports fans, the Suns fell to the Bucks 109-103 to tie the Finals series up at 2-2.

The watch party was hosted by the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Before the game even started, Valley fans were rocking the building and ready to watch Phoenix take on the Bucks in Milwaukee.

The D-backs opened up their concessions stands for fans to purchase foods and drinks when the gates opened at 4:30 p.m.

There was even a pregame party on the field, as D-backs mascot Baxter the Bobcat and the Suns’ Gorilla were pumping fans up along with a Suns DJ.

The atmosphere only intensified after tipoff.

On top of displaying the game on the jumbotron, Phoenix Suns play-by-play announcer Al McCoy can be heard on the PA speakers at Chase Field.

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