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The Seattle SuperSonics today named Paul Westhead an assistant coach on P.J. Carlesimo’s staff, Sonics General Manager Sam Presti announced. Westhead brings 30 years of collegiate and professional coaching experience to the Sonics bench.
“We are extremely fortunate to have Paul Westhead join our coaching staff,” Carlesimo said. “He will be a great resource to our […]

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Seattle SuperSonics General Manager Sam Presti today announced Paul Rivers as the Director of Basketball Technology
“We are excited to welcome Paul to the Sonics front office,” Presti said. “Paul brings a wealth of knowledge to our overall operations and will help accelerate our personnel systems with his creativity.”
Rivers comes to the Sonics after spending the […]

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Seattle SuperSonics General Manager Sam Presti today announced additions to the Sonics Basketball front office staff as Bill Branch, Gerald Madkins and Frank Ross will all begin their Sonics duties immediately in preparation for the 2007-08 season.
“I am excited to welcome Bill, Gerald and Frank to the Sonics organization, and I look forward to their […]

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The Seattle SuperSonics today announced Matt Pinto as the team’s new radio play-by-play announcer. For the second straight season, all Sonics radio broadcasts can be heard on 770 AM KTTH.
Pinto comes to the Sonics from Los Angeles where he has served as the radio voice of the NBA’s Clippers for the past two seasons. From […]

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“car·pet·bag·ger /ˈkɑrpɪtˌbægər/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[kahr-pit-bag-er] –noun

1.
U.S. History. a Northerner who went to the South after the Civil War and became active in Republican politics, esp. so as to profiteer from the unsettled social and political conditions of the area during Reconstruction.

2.
any opportunistic or exploitive outsider: Our bus company has served this […]

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The Professional Basketball Club is issuing the following statements Monday in response to comments made in an interview with a local business journal by Sonics & Storm owner Aubrey McClendon.
Clay Bennett:
“As the controlling owner, I admire my fellow owners and appreciate their support. While they are excited about the basketball operations and the future of […]

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The Phoenix Suns today traded center Kurt Thomas and two future first-round draft picks to the Seattle SuperSonics for a future conditional second-round pick. In addition to salary cap relief, the trade leaves Phoenix with an $8 million trade exception for their use in future dealings.
 
 “We are doing everything we can to keep our core […]

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The amnesty rule a few seasons ago allowed teams a one-time opportunity to release a player and avoid paying the luxury tax on his salary. It was often called the “Allan Houston” referring to the former Knicks shooting guard who had a 6 year, $100 million dollar contract while spending most of his time in […]

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As the Heat and the Nets played in the first game of the afternoon at the Pepsi Pro Summer League in Orlando, it was behind the scenes action that had reporters talking.
First, Otis Smith told reporters that Darko Milicic most likely won’t be back with the team next season.
Second, the Magic are expected to announce […]

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Kevin Durant is my Savior

From today’s InsideHoops.com NBA rumors, Gary Washburn of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer writes that Kevin Durant refuses to refer to himself as a superstar, savior, or cornerstone.
Sorry Kevin, but even if you won’t refer to yourself as that, all of Seattle is. So accept it, deal with it, and live up to it. Your one year […]

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