For those fans who believe that the only acceptable NBA champion is any team that's not the Miami Heat, the tempting choice is Oklahoma City. The Thunder have Kevin Durant's superlative set of skills, Russell Westbrook's freakish athleticism, and James Harden's 1840s prospector's beard. They are young and charming,…
Three NBA fans from Seattle have created a documentary about the theft of their beloved Supersonics and put it online for free, because even though you know it accomplishes nothing, sometimes you just have to wail at the sky.
The brilliant "Bend It Like Bennett" has discovered what appears to be the OKC Supersonics owner's son's Facebook page. Graham Bennett loves his father unconditionally — even when Dad rips apart some high school cheerleaders.
Merry Christmas, Seattle! Here's one more bow on the big crap-filled present that was 2008. It the gift that keeps on giving.
For some reason, we imagined Oklahoma City welcoming Clay Bennett and the Sonics with arms extended, lying prostrate, screaming "thank you" to the heavens. Anytime someone does something to a city as horrible as what Bennett has done to Seattle, there has to be someone who benefits, right? Other than just the owner?…
Since they bought the Seattle Sonics, Clay Bennett and company have claimed that they did not have the initial intention to move the team to Oklahoma City. (They even told David Stern as much.) No one has ever believed them, and now there's proof.