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Bringing basketball back to Seattle is a cool idea. Bringing basketball to another big market that would help balance out the East-West ratio is also cool. But expansion?
If a Maloof brother peeks out of his closet and sees his shadow, you know it’s six more months of the Kings remaining in Sacramento. Yes, one of the current owners of the Kings actually got chased into a hotel lobby closet by the press, which was only one of the highlights of today’s NBA Board of Governors meeting.
Thunder’s Kevin Durant wears Seattle SuperSonics hat at practice: statement attire, or first thing he grabbed while leaving the house? You be the judge.
Behold! Ye Sacramento Kings fans: the instrument of your demise! Sick video rendering and more photos after the jump.
The Bikini Basketball Association (or the Bikini Basketball League, according to its Twitter account), a league which is “for Sexy Athletic Ladies from around the world,” is starting in 35 days, apparently. One of its seven teams, it turns out, decided to get particularly uncreative with its logo.
A new children’s book details the happy-turned-tragic history of the Seattle Supersonics, the city’s NBA franchise that up and left in 2008. It has the saddest title ever, and is hilarious. More, after the jump.
The Oklahoma City Thunder have advanced to the NBA Finals, but one newspaper in Washington is not too happy about it. Sonics fans have a right to be angry, but we wish Oklahoma City could be left out of it.
The NBA is investigating all factors contributing to the Sacramento Kings’ possible move…but that’s not the story so much as who’ll be leading the way for that research.
When you think of the Oklahoma City Thunder, you probably think of the NBA’s most promising young team, but some still think of what they used to be…the Seattle SuperSonics.