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ok ok just one of their sports writers. and they are sooo jealous of the blazers. just thought i'd throw this out there for fuel since the sonics seem to be trade favs.

http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/sonics/2001855171_kell11.html

Instead of lip service, fans are seeing a real commitment to change, an honest attempt to rid the team of the malignancies that have been a civic embarrassment.
Nash is being proactive. The Sonics look inert. Nash is making moves. The Sonics are making none.
The Sonics still will run. They will play some entertaining games like the home loss two weeks ago to Dallas. But they remain stuck in neutral. They are a gaggle of jump shooters. There are duplicate players up and down their roster. And there still are almost no rebounds to be found.
but they want a rebounder not fizer ;)
Sure, the trade was partly cosmetic. Another knucklehead bit the dust. But Nash changed the face of the team without hurting Portland's playoff chances — a tricky proposition for any GM.

Nash did what he's supposed to do. He made something happen.

Meanwhile the Sonics sit back and wait for their five-year plan to magically evolve.
 

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Originally posted by <b>RoRo</b>!
ok ok just one of their sports writers. and they are sooo jealous of the blazers. just thought i'd throw this out there for fuel since the sonics seem to be trade favs.

http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/sonics/2001855171_kell11.html



but they want a rebounder not fizer ;)
Its crazy. this is basically a 500 team who is fed up. we are a 268 team who is entering, not in the middle of, our 4th rebuilding project. the sad thing is that most of us, including yours truly, as resigned myself to this
 
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