Voters to decide on $121 million proposal to lure NBA to Oklahoma City
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma City voters will decide Tuesday on a $121 million plan aimed at luring an NBA team.
Oklahoma City mayor Mick Cornett's proposal would spend $97 million to upgrade the Ford Center and another $24.6 million to build an NBA practice facility in hopes of completing the city's courtship of the Seattle SuperSonics.
While Cornett has been promoting the improvements to the Ford Center as mandatory to show Oklahoma City's long-term commitment to the NBA, David Glover ...
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