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NBA FINALS--The Seattle SuperSonics win it over the Washington Bullets
1979 NBA Finals Game 5 Seattle [email protected] Bullets - the last game without 3p shot
Seattle's Last Title: SuperSonics' 1979 NBA Finals Win over Washington Bullets | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and Highlights
Dennis Johnson #24 of the Seattle Supersonics passes against the Washington Bullets during Game Six
Sonics point guard Fred Brown drives to the basket against the Washington Bullets. (Seattle
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Shawn Kemp #40 of the Seattle SuperSonics posts up against Dennis Rodman #91 of
John Johnson #27 of the Seattle Supersonics passes against the Washington Bullets during the 1978
After the Seattle SuperSonics' final game, Kevin Durant reaches up to the fans at KeyArena.
... Washington series, because both teams were playing in places named after the first President of the United States (the SuperSonics represented Seattle, ...
SuperSonics forward Gary Payton. Courtesy Seattle SuperSonics
Dennis Johnson #24 of the Seattle Sonics drives to the basket against the Washington Bullets
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Jack Sikma plays defense on Washington's Wes Unseld during Game 4 of the 1979 NBA Finals at the Coliseum. The Sonics won to take a commanding lead in the ...
We are roughly one-fifth of the way into the tenth NBA season without the Seattle Supersonics in the league. Few players remain from the final team to wear ...
1979 NBA Finals Game 1 Seattle [email protected] Bullets - great game
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Like Frazier and Ali, Superman and Lex Luther, the Washington Bullets and Seattle SuperSonics will forever be linked in opposition – at least until the two ...
Luc Longley #13 of the Chicago Bulls shoots over Sam Perkins #14 of the
Seattle SuperSonics' Kevin Durant, left, and Jeff Green celebrate their win against the
1978 NBA Finals Game 1 Washington [email protected] Supersonics - Fred Brown show!
Michael Jordan #23 of the Chicago Bulls drives to the basket against Gary Payton #20 of the Seattle SuperSonics in Game Five of the 1996 NBA Finals at Key ...
Wes Unseld of the Washington Bullets, who was named the most valuable player during the NBA championship series with the Seattle SuperSonics, ...
NBA Championship Seattle SuperSonics 1979
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Gary Payton, George Karl and Shawn Kemp remain fixtures in Seattle sports lore 20 years
Kevin Durant addressed fans while wearing the jersey of Seattle SuperSonics legend Shawn Kemp before an NBA preseason game against the Kings on Friday night ...
Jess Walter: Looking at the great 'what if' had the SuperSonics stayed in Seattle | The Spokesman-Review
From 2008, Seattle SuperSonics' Kevin Durant (35) tries to drive past Dallas
Marvin Webster of the Seatte Supersonics boxes out against Wes Unseld of the Washington Bullets during Game One of the 1978 NBA FInals at the Seattle Center ...
He never won an MVP award. He was a minor role player long past his superstar prime when he finally found his way to a championship team.
Cleveland Cavaliers' Jeff Green (32) blocks a shot by Golden State Warriors' Kevin Durant (35) during the first quarter of Game 3 of the NBA Finals at ...
With the Bill Russell era coming to a close in Seattle, the Supersonics turned to former Grambling State and Syracuse Nationals power forward Bob Hopkins to ...
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LeBron James holds the ball away from Stephen Curry during the 2016 NBA Finals.
George Karl and Gary Payton
Oral history of Seattle's last great NBA team: The 1995-96 Sonics | The Seattle Times
These are strange times for fans of the NBA, former fans of the Seattle SuperSonics, and fans of the former Seattle SuperSonics -- the Finals-leading ...
The Seattle Storm won their third WNBA championship with a three-game sweep of the
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Supersonics, 1978 NBA Finals | RealClearSports
Ray Allen helped to lead the Seattle SuperSonics into the NBA playoffs last season. (
The NBA's Final Four is on a combined 162-year title drought | For The Win
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On the brighter side, Kevin Porter set Bullets marks and led the league in assists, handing out 734 for an average of 9.1 per game.
Seattle Supersonics Coach Lenny Wilkens holds up the NBA Championship trophy before thousands of fans lining
Washington Bullets vs Seattle SuperSonics, 1979 NBA Finals
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The Bullets won the title. Who were the Western Conference champs in 1978? The Seattle SuperSonics. Washington ...
Kevin Durant
MVP Breanna Stewart thrilled to be up 2-0 in the Finals. SLAMonline, WNBA, Storm Photography. The Seattle Storm held on ...
It seems sort of hard to believe, given how unsuccessful the Washington Wizards franchise has been for years — 23 losing seasons and just one trip past the ...
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK - JUNE 14: Owner of the Oklahoma City Thunder Clayton Bennett during Game Two of the 2012 NBA Finals at Chesapeake Energy Arena on June 14 ...
Seattle SuperSonics guard Ray Allen goes up for a shot against the Denver Nuggets during the
Ray Allen recalls the great times he had in Seattle: 'Bring back our Sonics'
Bullets top Sonics, capture 1978 title
John Johnson's 1978-79 Seattle SuperSonics NBA Championship Ring -- Obtained Directly From His ...
1978 NBA Finals Game 6: Seattle Supersonics v Washington Bullets
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The first Seattle SuperSonics ...
11, 2009, file photo, Seattle SuperSonics fans show their displeasure when the Oklahoma City Thunder, formerly the SuperSonics, were introduced during an ...
RetroNewsNow on Twitter: "🏀On June 7, 1978, the Washington Bullets defeated the Seattle Super Sonics in seven games to win the NBA championship, ...
Coach Lenny Wilkens carries the 1979 NBA championship trophy after a flight back from Washington D.C.
A history of NBA finals back-to-back rematches, as the Warriors and
Fred Brown breaks away from the Denver Nuggets during a 1978 game. Brown was the
Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant watches during the closing minutes of the second half in
While the date to officially sign new contracts in the NBA is still a few days away, there has already been plenty of fireworks announced.
Golden State Warriors beat Oklahoma City Thunder 108-100 in home opener at Oracle Arena |
Seattle SuperSonics 1996 NBA Finals Game 3
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SEATTLE - MAY 7: Brian Williams #8 of the Denver Nuggets dunks against the Seattle SuperSonics during Game Five of the 1994 Western Conference Quarterfinals ...
Ray Allen, who played for the Seattle Supersonics, made 2,973 3-pointers in
Illinois Wesleyan alum Jack Sikma went to the NBA finals with Seattle twice and helped the SuperSonics beat Washington in the 1979 NBA finals.
Chris Wilcox of the Seattle SuperSonics dunks in 2008.
Ariel Atkins and the Washington Mystics will go for a WNBA championship against the Storm before they truly become the next WNBA dynasty.
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Kevin Durant feels the love and Seattle shines as NBA returns for one night
Kevin Durant and Earl Watson celebrate during the Seattle SuperSonics' last game at KeyArena,
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