Forgive the quick detour into basketball, but this is a huge story for Seattle professional sports:
The NBA Seattle SuperSonics, and the WBNA Seattle Storm, have been sold to a group of businessmen from Oklahoma City, led by investment firm president Clay Bennett. Oklahoma City has served as a part-time home for the New Orleans Hornets after Hurricane Katrina devastated the region. Since then, OK City and the NBA have had a nice little love fest.
Will the Sonics move to Oklahoma City?
Update [2006-7-18 18:35:25 by Shrug]: I've continued this story in a new page, which I normally wouldn't do, but... well, I'd like to keep this a football site on the surface. You can find more of the story at the "Read More" link below, plus any updates from me (or you, if you'd like) in the comments.
The article quotes Tom Price, a partner in the new ownership:
More details can be found elsewhere on the web.
We now return you to our regularly scheduled football town.