My top five Seattle Sonics moments (No.5 to No. 3)

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NWSB Insider and Seattle Supersonics’ blogger Peter Edlund gives us his top 5 Sonics moments in time, well 5-3 in this edition at least. A great look at a fan throughout his childhood, and the memories that he attached to each game on the list. Starting from a very young age, not knowing if it were real or not, to a high school aged Peter enjoying hearing a player get the business from his coach. Good times were definitely had by the Edlund family at the Key.

Five Kings I would like to see in a Sonics uniform

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Peter Edlund is getting excited about the potential of a return of the Seattle Supersonics to the great Northwest. The potential move of the Sacramento Kings would land a handful of exciting players in Seattle, including DeMarcus Cousins, Isaiah Thomas, Chuck Hayes, Patrick Patterson and Marcus Thornton. Tyreke Evans is another solid candidate, but the combination of he and Cousins hasn’t led to success thus far.

*My* completely excited reasons the Arena deal is great for Seattle

Seattle Supersonics Arena Deal Update

NWSB Insider and Seattle area blogger Chris Hall breaks down the arena deal for the city of Seattle. He points out it will eventually mean the Return of The NBA to Seattle, he says the money side of the equation is sound for Seattleites, and the City council, points out a Potential NHL Team could show up one day too, says its great as there’s some Competition for The Mariners now and says Chris Hansen is a MAN amongst men.

Portlander’s Take on Seattle Supersonics and OKC Beef

Back when the Sonics were Super (photo sportsecyclopedia.com)

NWSB Insider and Portland Trailblazers blogger Blair Thomas weighs in with a very sensitive subject. The Sonics fans vs. Oklahoma City Thunder beef. Blair likens this to a bad breakup between a boyfriend and girlfriend, where the Thunder are the hot gf who goes on to make it big in life, and the Sonics fans are the bf who can’t seem to let go or get on with his life.

I’m a die-hard fan of Seattle U basketball because…

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NWSB Insider and Seattle U Redhawks blogger Blair Thomas tells us what it is that goes into being able to answer the question. Why am I a die hard fan of the Seattle U Basketball team?! Seattle University has tradition that other mid-majors in this region don’t have, plus Coach Cameron Dollar and his flock will begin WAC play in November.

New Seattle NBA & NHL arena update: Press conference recap

Seattle NHL & NBA Teams

NWSB Managing Editor Q details the news coming out of Seattle Washington today on the press conference held today by Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn, King County Executive Dow Constantine, and hedge fund manager Chris Hansen. We learned about the other investors are involved in this deal, and we know what the pulse of the City council is. Is the NBA and NHL on the way to Seattle?

The NBA, & the NHL possibly coming to Seattle

Seattle NHL & NBA Teams

Seattle Washington blogger Clinton Bell tells us to all keep our fingers crossed, and mark your calendars for March 1st. There will be green and gold in Seattle once again! Christopher Hanson, a San Francisco businessman and Seattle native, has recently purchased a lot just south of Safeco Field in Seattle. Plans are to build an arena to attract a NBA franchise and NHL franchise to the city of Seattle.

5 GREAT Reasons Why Seattle U Is Ready For The WAC

Seattle U took Washington to the wire, though the score won't show it

Seattle U insider Clinton Bell brings us his 5 reasons why Seattle University is ready to join the Western Athletic Conference. Seattle U played well against the University of Washington and plays WAC regulars like Utah State, Idaho and San Jose State. With eleven players returning to the squad, led by Prince Obasi and Allen Tate, the Redhawks have a team that is already familiar with each other.

Top 5 Gonzaga Bulldogs Battles In Seattle

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Steve Lee our northwest basketball hoops blogger weighs in today with his TOP 5 Gonzaga basketball matchups and games to take place in Seattle Washington. In 2003 in front of almost 13,000 fans, the Bulldogs left KeyArena with a thrilling 87-80 overtime victory over the Tigers, Ronny Turiaf came alive after the break to drop 21.