Oklahoma City high on list of home sites for Hornets
When Oklahoma City opened up its Ford Center three years ago, its residents surely hoped that it would one day host a major professional sports team. After all, it was built to satisfy both NBA and NHL specifications.
The size and the overall lack of events in the arena look to be in the city's favor when the NBA figures to announce the location of the home games for the New Orleans Hornets next week. The New Orleans Arena was not severely damaged by Hurricane Katrina, but it's not likely ...
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