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|So, this is how the Seattle SuperSoncis show appreciation to their fans?
The Sonics send Paul Westphal his final paycheck.
While in theory team owner Howard Schultz's Supersonics-Starbucks Free Cup of Coffee Night was a great idea, distribution proved problematic.
The Sonics were unfamiliar with how the NBA draft lottery balls were selected.
Here's what I think of your lousy rule changes!
With Boeing leaving town, the preferred method of flight out of Seattle is bungee catapult.
Shooting out applications for head coach. The fine print reads: "Gary Payton not included".
In an attempt to keep attendance up, the Sonics now launch bricks at people who try to leave before the game is over.
I'm not sure what's going on, but it'll probably cost Mark Cuban two games and $75,000.
San Diego, Calif.
This is what they're going to start using to eject players next year? Someone better call Rasheed.
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
Let's see, wherever this lands is the next home of the Grizzlies!
Sasquatch, check it out -- I think that's A-Rod, and I think I can hit him ...
During a recent contest with the Dallas Mavericks, Rashard Lewis kicks off the "Feed Shawn Bradley" competition ...
Brandon W. Mudd
St. Charles, Mo.
It's definitely got the distance, but can we fit Payton and his attitude on it?
North Conway, N.H.
Trying to get his agent's phone number to Mark Cuban, Rashard uses the old "Flying T-shirt" trick.
Due to their poor shooting, the Sonics will try anything to make a basket.
It's a good thing we found some way to get rid of the 2001 Pacific Division Champs shirts we got printed up.
Hey, I think I can hit the CEO of Boeing.
Seattle SuperSonics forward Rashard Lewis takes aim at a fan that had continuously gotten him mixed up with Portland Trail Blazers forward Rasheed Wallace.
What?! These people actually paid to watch Patrick Ewing? I'll use this thing to give them their money back...
And finally, here is what the actual AP photo caption stated: Seattle SuperSonics' Rashard Lewis shoots a T-shirt into the crowd at the end of the game against the San Antonio Spurs in Seattle, Wednesday, April 18, 2001. The Sonics won 105-67. (AP Photo/Stevan Morgain) Send this story to a friend | Most sent stories
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