Fans of the defunct Seattle SuperSonics team, from right, Andrew Wergeland-Rammage, Kenneth Knutson and Kris “Sonics Guy” Brannon look on during testimony before the Seattle City Council on May 2, 2016, in Seattle. A vote on whether to vacate a stretch of road where an investor hopes to eventually build an arena that could house an NBA and NHL team was defeated 5-4.
Fans of the defunct Seattle SuperSonics team, from right, Andrew Wergeland-Rammage, Kenneth Knutson and Kris “Sonics Guy” Brannon look on during testimony before the Seattle City Council on May 2, 2016, in Seattle. A vote on whether to vacate a stretch of road where an investor hopes to eventually build an arena that could house an NBA and NHL team was defeated 5-4. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press
Fans of the defunct Seattle SuperSonics team, from right, Andrew Wergeland-Rammage, Kenneth Knutson and Kris “Sonics Guy” Brannon look on during testimony before the Seattle City Council on May 2, 2016, in Seattle. A vote on whether to vacate a stretch of road where an investor hopes to eventually build an arena that could house an NBA and NHL team was defeated 5-4. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press

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