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SEATTLE — Do you have your NCAA Tournament Bracket ready?

Though official tournament games kicked off Tuesday, Thursday marks the beginning of the famed Round of 64 in the NCAA Tournament.

The Key Arena will host several tournament games, including Gonzaga’s firt round game against North Dakota State.

More than 14,000 tickets have been sold for the games which happen this Friday through Sunday at KeyArena, roughly half to visitors from outside the area and half to local day attendees.

Remaining tickets may be available at the NCAA Ticket Exchange. Additionally, an open practice session on Thursday is open to the public and free of charge.

For more information on Key Arena scheduling, and the full NCAA Tournament schedule, click here. 

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