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Chris Hansen and the Seattle NBA ownership are continuing to press forward as if the Sacramento Kings’ move to Seattle is official.They’re already taking orders for future Sonics tickets. And now, Hansen has released preliminary designs for the new Seattle arena. As you can see, the designs look pretty festive.The arena is set to be unlike any other arena in the NBA when it comes to upper level seating. Instead of the normal nosebleed section, the new arena will have three stacked balconies called the “Sonic Rings” that will “slant inward toward center court as they stack.”Here are a few photos and a video of the new design. The post These preliminary designs for the Seattle Sonics’ new arena look festive first appeared on No Guts, No Glory.
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