NBA commish says arena issues could hold up new Seattle team
SEATTLE -- With the SuperSonics on their way out, Seattle needs to act fast if it wants a new NBA team soon.
Commissioner David Stern sent the city a warning Wednesday, saying officials have less than 18 months to come up with a funding plan for a KeyArena renovation if there's hope of an NBA return within five years.
A settlement reached Wednesday between the SuperSonics and the city terminates the current lease and allows owner Clay Bennett to move the team to Oklahoma City for the ...
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Sonics Moving To Oklahoma City
After 41 years in Seattle, the Sonics are leaving. Following a settlement Wednesday, the team's ownership will move the team to Oklahoma City for the coming season. Story
News• Sonics still undecided on practice facilities
• Stern spells out timeline for potential NBA return
• Official document: Settlement details
Analysis• Munson: Q&A on Sonics' settlement with Seattle
• Adande: Move sends a bad message
• Moving vanguard: Others with going concerns
TrueHoop• Bennett not necessarily yielding all things Sonic
• Wrestling with the news
• A shot to the gut of Seattle fans
Page 2• Kevin Jackson: Your team could be next
• Caple: Faithless in Seattle
• Schoenfield: Lowest Seattle moments
Podcast• Broussard on the moving news
Video• Seattle mayor speaks
• Sonics owner on move
SportsNation• Moving issues in Sonics situation
• Who's next? Rank most likely to move