My top five Seattle Sonics memories (Part 2)

Michael Jordan and Gary Payton combined to create one of the greatest moments in Sonics history. (Photo: Andrew Bernstein/NBAE via Getty Images)

NWSB Insider and Seattle Supersonics Blogger Peter Edlund wraps up his top five moments in time for the Sonics. Edlund recaps tales told by his grandparents about the 1979 championship team. He also remembers watching the 1996 championship team, which included franchise greats Shawn Kemp and Gary Payton. The team couldn’t take down Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls, but that doesn’t stop him from adding it to the list.

I’m a diehard fan of Seattle SuperSonics basketball because…

Seattle SuperSonics 1979 NBA Championship

NWSB insider Brandon Choate gets nostalgic today. With all the recent happenings in the fight to bring an NBA team back to Seattle, it tends to bring up old memories and open old wounds. Brandon opens that can of worms today and explains why he, as well as most others,still love their Seattle Sonics basketball team.

Northwest Coach Profiles: Nate McMillan

Nate McMillan

Another North West Coach in the spotlight today. Past Seattle Supersonics and current Portland Trailblazers bench boss Nate McMillan. Steve Lee one of our northwest hoops bloggers points out with a little luck on his side, chances are, the Trail Blazers and McMillan will soon reap the rewards of all their efforts and hard work.

Creme de la Creme: The 5 Best Coaches in Supersonics History

George Karl

Q breaks down the five best Seattle Supersonics coaches over their team history. Thru the years the Sonics had some legendary teams. Let’s not forget as well that they have 1 NBA title, and have had a ton of solid players. Lenny Wilkins leads the pack, George Karl, Bill Russell, Nate McMillan, and Paul Westphal make the list too.

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