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  • joined Nov 29, 2010
  • last login Apr 20, 2014
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Access Issues Biggest Obstacle for Arena EIS

Could traffic issues be the cause of the EIS slow down?

Sonics Rising Season End Awards

The SonicsRising staff voted on who should take home the hardware for the 2013-14 NBA season and here is our results.

Simmons: No Bucks for Seattle

According to Bill Simmons, the Milwaukee Bucks will be sold soon. It will not be to Chris Hansen's group.

Sonics Rising NBA Mock Draft, version 2.0

The NCAA tournament is over. Whose stock rose? Whose fell? We're back with another mock draft.

The Hornet Effect

How a Hornet flapping its wings can change everything.

Where Have All the Fans Gone?

What's with the NBA attendance numbers?

Hockey First A No-Go For SoDo

The City Council has said that an NHL-first scenario will not work for Seattle Arena

Mmm... Beer

Share your favorite brews with us! Edited by Joanna Nesgoda

KC Talks Sonics, Arena, NHL

Kevin Calabro talks about Seattle's future with the NBA/NHL and more!

Stop The Flop

The D-League is now issuing technical fouls for flopping, could the NBA follow suit?

"The Glove" Sonics jersey

With the recent "nickname game" played between the Nets and Heat, NBAStore.com is now selling Hardwood Classics jerseys with players' nicknames on them, including a Sonics "The Glove" jersey. But where's the "Reignman" one?

If the Bucks Don't Move... Then What?

The NBA says the Milwaukee Bucks need a new arena or else. Or else what, exactly?

Ballmer As Owner... of NHL Team?

Ballmer being interested as an NHL owner is a game changer.

Gallery

Green and Gold Monday Photo Gallery

Photos from the inaugural #GreenAndGoldMonday celebration at Oskar's Kitchen

The Day After

Green and Gold Monday has come and gone. Here's how it went.

Spencer Haywood a HOF Finalist Again

Spencer Haywood deserves to be in the Hall of Fame.

Silver: No Expansion... Right Now

The waiting game sucks, let's play Hungry, Hungry Hippos

Green And Gold Mondays at Oskar's Kitchen!

Come celebrate with us and show some Sonic solidarity!

The most gorgeous Sonics concept I've ever seen

I love everything about this. The logos, the jerseys, the court. Even the "Amazon Arena" logo is great.

Dolla Dolla Bills, Y'all

According to "sources," the NBA's new TV contract is set to be ludicrious

The Dunk Contest Is Broken... Or Is It?

And if so... how do we fix it?

Wally Walker Talks Sonics on CNBC

Former Seattle Supersonics player, general manager, and potential investor Wally Walker appeared on CNBC's Power Lunch this morning and the subject of Adam Silver, the NBA and its return to Seattle were discussed.

Expansion in Seattle a Priority for Silver?

According to Fox Sports Ohio, Seattle is on Silver's radar

Sikma Ready To See Seattle Bring Home 2nd Championship

It was 1979. Music was funky, Jack Sikma’s hair was shaggy, and the Seattle SuperSonics were NBA champions. "Seattle was really a young sports town then," Sikma said, a member of that championship team and now a Timberwolves assistant coach. "So we were kind of the first big successful team in town and the response was overwhelming." Thirty-four years later, the city’s only "big four" professional sports championship still belongs to a team that no longer exists. Sikma hopes that changes on Sunday. "No, it’s not like the champagne in Miami," he said, referencing the undefeated 1974 Dolphins players’ annual celebration when the last of the NFL unbeatens finally loses. If there’s one city that knows what it’s like to be a Minnesota sports fan, it’s Seattle. And if there’s one man who understands both, it’s Sikma — a legend in Seattle, where his No. 43 is retired. And he sees a lot of similarities between the Sonics’ glory days and this season’s Seahawks. "It was very loud in the coliseum where we played," Sikma said. "The configuration was such that the fans were really right on top of the court. Much like now in Century Link Field with the Seahawks." There’s a family connection, too. His niece, Emily, works for the Seahawks as a sales rep and will be at the Super Bowl. She was also a big reason he got to raise the "12th Man Flag" before the Seahawks Week 3 game earlier this season, a huge honor. "To be up on top of that stadium, and to just look around and see how crazy everybody was and wave the towel," Sikma said, "it was a really fun experience." So if his favorite football team wins on Sunday, Sikma will have been a part of both of Seattle’s championships. "It’s a fun team to root for," he said. "And I’ll be glued to the TV on Sunday afternoon."

Youngbloods: Same ol' Story

Rank Prev Player Reason 1 1 Michael Carter-Williams, Philadelphia 76ers The MCW train just keeps on rolling. Carter-Williams is averaging 17.4 points, 5.6 rebounds, 6.7 assists, and...

Could Sleeves Leave?

Please let it be so.

Complex Magazine's "Kicks of the Day" - the Air Jordan 1 "Sonics"

The shoes are part of the Air Jordan "Formidable Foes" collection. The "Sonics" version comes in green and gold and is only $79. I might have to go grab a pair.

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