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
NBA Owners Reject Sacramento Kings Move To Seattle NBA owners voted Wednesday to reject the Sacramento Kings' proposed move to Seattle, the latest in a long line of cities that have tried to land the franchise.
Former Sonics Coach George Karl Earns NBA Coach Of The Year HonorsGeorge Karl is the NBA's Coach of the Year after leading the Denver Nuggets to a team-record 57 wins this season.
Shawn Kemp Hosts "Back to Seattle" Party for SuperSonics FansFormer Seattle SuperSonic Shawn Kemp is opening his lower Queen Anne restaurant, Oskar's Kitchen, for a "Back to Seattle" party for Sonics fans on Saturday, January 26.
Two Local Guys Take Off With Sonic Fever TeesFor two guys who started their tee shirt business three years ago, printing shirts for non-profits from Vahey's garage, Vahey, a father of three, says it's humbling. "There's nothing new about tee shirts," he says. "There's lots of merchandise out there. This is just a huge blessing."
AP Sources: Maloofs Agree To Sell Kings Two people familiar with the decision says the Maloof family has agreed to sell the Sacramento Kings to a Seattle group led by investor Chris Hansen.
Reports: NBA Franchise May Be Sold, Relocated To SeattleAccording to Yahoo Sports, the NBA is leaning hard on the Maloof family to sell the Sacramento Kings so that the new owners can relocate that franchise to Seattle.
'Sonicsgate' to Get National Exposure on CNBC Adam Brown and Jason Reid weren't seeking critical acclaim or a national audience when they went about chronicling the steps that led the Seattle SuperSonics to become the Oklahoma City Thunder. But the documentary will get a national stage on Friday night when it's broadcast on CNBC, which purchased the rights.