Former Sonics president takes stand on final day of testimony
SEATTLE -- The SuperSonics said in court Friday that the city of Seattle tried to make it too expensive for them to leave town.
The "forced bleeding" accusations stemmed from a previously sealed document that was admitted Friday as an exhibit in the city's lawsuit against the team. It discussed "locking them into losses" and exposing "the league to embarrassment in a market they like."
In another newly revealed document, the man spearheading the city's efforts to keep the Sonics -- ...
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