July 18, 2006: The Day That Changed Sports In SeattleIt was the day the city's first professional sports franchise was sold by Howard Schultz and the Basketball Club of Seattle to Clay Bennett and the Professional Basketball Club LLC based in Oklahoma City
Seattle Mayor On Arena Vote Vitriol: "Misogynistic Insults, Vile Comments And Threats Unacceptable"Mayor Ed Murray, who urged the council to vacate the stretch of Occidental Avenue in Seattle's SoDo District, said the gender-based attacks must stop
Council votes not to sell street for potential Seattle arenaBy a 5-4 vote the council chose not to sell a small section of Occidental Avenue South in the SoDo District, throwing a wrench in Chris Hansen's arena project.
The NBA Is Painful For A Sonics Fan
Ex-Sonic Robert Swift Pleads Not Guilty To Weapon ChargeFormer NBA player Robert Swift has pleaded not guilty to a charge of possessing a sawed-off shotgun.
Ex-Sonic Robert Swift Arrested For Attempted BurglaryTroubled former NBA player Robert Swift was arrested Tuesday along with another man suspected of attempting to break into a home in Gold Bar.
Bucks Sold For Record $550M, Won't Leave Milwaukee Despite the franchise having the worst record in the NBA (by nine games) at 16-66, Bucks' owner Herb Kohl's explicit conditions to the buyers of the team was for the franchise to remain in Milwaukee.
Gary Payton On Trash-Talking: 'I Was The Best Ever' [Audio]1090 The Fan caught up with Gary Payton on Friday -- ahead of the Seafair Torchlight Parade, to which he'll serve as the grand Marshal on Saturday night.
Former Sonic Kevin Durant Makes $1M Tornado PledgeFormer Seattle Sonic and current Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant is pledging $1 million for tornado relief through his family foundation.
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