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Old 02-24-2008, 10:54 PM   #24
RainierBeachPoet
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Default Re: Kevin Durant Thread: Help Document his Rookie Year as a Sonic

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Originally Posted by Nets fan 93
I dont know why the sonic wanted to rebuild. they could have had ridnour,allen,durant,wilcox,swift. Lewis wouldve probably stayed too. with those veterans Kd's rookie season couldve been a little bit better

it was more about blowing the team up so that they WOULD NOT win this year

bennett knew that if the sonics were successful, that the city would rally around them and work to keep them in seattle. so it was to his advantage to rid the team of anyone who had a connection to the past. for example, when lenny was relegated to a "consultant" type role, i knew we were dust

winning was not bennett's goal from the beginning; moving the team was. blowing it up worked toward that goal

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