Found February 06, 2012 on roundballchat.com:
It was sad story when the Seattle Supersonics left Seattle and went to Oklahoma City. The Supersonics left behind 40 years of history. They also left behind a successful franchise and a bunch of passionate fans. Just think right now the Seattle Supersonics would be the best team in the NBA as the Oklahoma City Thunder are now. Kevin Durant would be dominating in Seattle not OKC. Now they are reports that an NBA could be coming back to Seattle pretty soon. The Seattle Times is reporting that there is a buyer in place for a team and there are also plans to build a new arena. The Seattle Teams reports. A wealthy San Francisco hedge-fund manager and officials in the Seattle mayor’s office have been working behind the scenes for eight months to bring an NBA team back to the city as early as next fall and build a new arena, according to emails and documents that reveal a far more concerted effort than previously known. A Dec. 13 agenda for a meeting between the parties shows ...
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