Who played for the Seattle Sonics?

Who played for the Seattle Sonics?

Seattle SuperSonics All-Star Game Selections

Season Player Team
1994-1995 Shawn Kemp Seattle SuperSonics
1994-1995 Gary Payton Seattle SuperSonics
1994-1995 Detlef Schrempf Seattle SuperSonics
1993-1994 Shawn Kemp Seattle SuperSonics

Who played for the Sonics in the 90s?


No. Player Ht
22 Eddie Johnson 6-7
40 Shawn Kemp 6-10
34 Xavier McDaniel 6-7
31 Derrick McKey 6-9

Who used to be the SuperSonics?

Seattle SuperSonics
Division Western (1967–1970) Pacific (1970–2004) Northwest (2004–2008)
Founded 1967
History Seattle SuperSonics 1967–2008 Oklahoma City Thunder 2008–present
Arena Seattle Center Coliseum/KeyArena at Seattle Center (1967–1978, 1985–1994, 1995–2008) Kingdome (1978–1985) Tacoma Dome (1994–1995)

Who was the best player on Seattle SuperSonics?

Guard: Gary Payton, 1990-2003: Payton was nicknamed “The Glove” for his tough defense, and he had over 100 steals in every full season with the Sonics. The Sonics all-time leader in points, assists, and 3-pointers, Payton was named to the All-NBA team nine times in his career.

How many Sonics are still in the NBA?

With the retirement of Oklahoma City Thunder Center Nick Collison announced earlier this month, only two active players who played for the Sonics organization remain in the NBA: Kevin Durant of the Golden State Warriors and Jeff Green of the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Who wore 24 for the Sonics?

24 worn by Haywood, Johnson.

Who wore number 34 for the Seattle SuperSonics?

Joe Kennedy
225 Players

Player Team(s)
Joe Kennedy Seattle SuperSonics (69, 70)
Pickles Kennedy Philadelphia Warriors (61)
Stacey King Chicago Bulls (90, 91)
Greg Kite Orlando Magic (91, 92, 93, 94)

What SuperSonics became in 2008?

the Thunder
In 2008, the Sonics relocated to Oklahoma City and rebranded themselves as the Thunder.

Why did NBA leave Seattle?

After failing to persuade local governments to pay for a new $500 million arena complex, Bennett’s group notified the NBA that it intended to move the team to Oklahoma City and requested arbitration with the city of Seattle to be released from its lease with KeyArena.

Who was 34 on the Sonics?

He played 18 seasons in the National Basketball Association (NBA) and was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as a player in September 2018….Ray Allen.

Personal information
1996–2003 Milwaukee Bucks
2003–2007 Seattle SuperSonics
2007–2012 Boston Celtics
2012–2014 Miami Heat

Who wore 34 for the SuperSonics?

225 Players

Player Team(s)
Joe Kennedy Seattle SuperSonics (69, 70)
Pickles Kennedy Philadelphia Warriors (61)
Stacey King Chicago Bulls (90, 91)
Greg Kite Orlando Magic (91, 92, 93, 94)

Who wore number 40 on the Sonics?

Shawn Kemp

Personal information
Number 40, 4
Career history
1989–1997 Seattle SuperSonics
1997–2000 Cleveland Cavaliers

What were the biggest problems with the Seattle SuperSonics?

What were the biggest problems with the Seattle Supersonics? Is this question about the problems that led the team to move to Oklahoma City? Clearly, the biggest problem was that the previous ownership and local leaders failed to get a new arena built for the team.

Are the Seattle SuperSonics coming back to the NBA?

“It’s widely believed the NBA will expand for the first time since rounding out to 30 teams in 2004 partly to recoup for losses from the pandemic,” Grange wrote. Returning to Seattle as part of the process is almost a given (with Las Vegas as the other likely city) now that the arena issues that led to the SuperSonics leaving for Oklahoma City in 2008 have been resolved.

Did the Seattle SuperSonics win a championship?

SuperSonics win NBA Championship on June 1, 1979. On June 1, 1979, the Seattle SuperSonics beat the Washington Bullets 97-93 in Washington, D.C., to win the team’s first (and only) National Basketball Association Championship. Guard Gus Williams scores 23 points in the decisive contest while center Jack Sikma grabs 17 rebounds.

How did the Seattle SuperSonics get their name?

Points: 58 (2 times),by Fred Brown vs. Golden State Warriors,March 23,1974 and Russell Westbrook vs.

  • Rebounds: 30,Jim Fox vs. Los Angeles Lakers,December 26,1973
  • Assists: 25,by Nate McMillan vs. Los Angeles Clippers,February 23,1987
  • Steals: 10 (2 times),by Gus Williams vs.
  • Blocks: 11,by Serge Ibaka vs.