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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Clay Bennett
When Clay Bennett was seeking a leader for his team that would one day become the Oklahoma City Thunder, he picked a rising star from a San Antonio franchise on the verge of winning its fourth NBA championship in a decade.
The NBA has granted the owners of the Sacramento Kings another extension until May 2 to file paperwork requesting a relocation to Anaheim.
The indoctrination began when Kevin Durant's angelic-white Nikes hit Seattle pavement in midsummer.
While Seattle SuperSonics executives will gather in New York on Thursday planning to choose either Kevin Durant or Greg Oden with the second pick in the 2007 NBA Draft, fans in Seattle will watch knowing that either player's time in the city could be short-lived.
Bennett, who also is a member of the museum's governing board, said the center would be a "source of pride for all Oklahomans."
Clay Bennett, the owner of the NBA's Oklahoma City Thunder, issued a statement Monday urging Hickman to consider how much support there is to complete the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum.