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Cheap Tickets to Miami Heat Vs. Seattle Supersonics





Miami Heat Vs. Seattle Supersonics Basketball Tickets

Miami Heat Vs. Seattle Supersonics American Airlines Arena
Miami, FL Tuesday
11/7/2006
7:30 PM

Seattle Supersonics Vs. Miami Heat Key Arena
Seattle, WA Wednesday
1/10/2007
7:00 PM

Did You Know?

The Seattle SuperSonics (or simply Sonics or Supes) are a professional basketball team based in Seattle, Washington. They play in the National Basketball Association (NBA).

Following disagreements between the Basketball Club of Seattle and the city of Seattle concerning the need to renovate the KeyArena, the Sonics and Seattle Storm were sold to an Oklahoma City group led by Clay Bennett on July 18, 2006 for US$350 million.

The new ownership has said that upholding the Sonics' lease with KeyArena through 2009–10 is "a priority" and that "with the right dynamics on the court, the right business model and a financially committed ownership group that recognizes and respect Seattle, we can succeed here for decades to come." However, there is speculation that their intention is to move the team to Oklahoma City once the Hornets return to New Orleans, Louisiana.

To combat any concerns that Seattle fans were not interested in keeping the teams in the area fans of the teams formed Save Our Sonics and Storm to show support and urge the regions leaders and the NBA to keep the teams in Seattle.