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Topic - Seattle Supersonics
The Seattle SuperSonics (also commonly referred to as the Sonics) were an American professional basketball team based in Seattle, Washington that played in the Pacific and Northwest Divisions of the National Basketball Association (NBA) from 1967 until 2008. Following the 2007–08 season, the team relocated to Oklahoma City, and now plays as the Oklahoma City Thunder. The SuperSonics nickname, logo, and color scheme will be made available to any subsequent NBA team in Seattle. - Source: Wikipedia
The paths of John Wall and Damian Lillard will continue to cross long after Monday's game when they compete vs. each other All-Star Weekend, tour with Adidas and train with Gary Payton.
With shouts, cheers and fireworks, Seattle residents celebrated a dominant victory in the Super Bowl - the city's first major sports championship in more than 30 years.
The coach of the 1979 NBA champion Seattle SuperSonics, Lenny Wilkens, raised the Seahawks 12th man flag Wednesday on top of the Seattle Space Needle.
Standing in the middle of the locker room, nodding his head to the beat of the music thumping with bone shaking bass, Ben Haggerty absorbed the scene.
With both Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook sitting out for the first time since the franchise set up shop in Oklahoma City, the Thunder needed about a half to figure things out.
Oklahoma City isn't just a place where Thunder star Kevin Durant lives these days. It's home.
On Monday, Durant sent a message to his 4.1 million Twitter followers with Red Cross donation information.
Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson had a stern warning for Seattle SuperSonics fans who are excited about the prospect of the NBA returning to the Puget Sound next season.
Anthony Davis hugged his college teammate, hugged his coach, and climbed on stage as the No. 1 pick.
Best in the country and No. 1 and 2 in the NBA draft. The celebration goes on for Kentucky's kids.
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.
Kobe Bryant was a no-show for Media Day at NBA All-Star Weekend, but Miami's "Big Three" of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh made it as did Derrick Rose, Chris Paul and Kevin Durant.
Christopher Hansen is making a $290 million proposal to his hometown that could be the impetus for a new sports arena that could bring the NBA and NHL to Seattle.
Rashard Lewis wasn't even sure he was going to play when the Wizards faced the Detroit Pistons in the first game of their five-game road trip, having missed three games with a sore left knee. By the time the game was over, Lewis was in the record books.