"It's been a little bit of a puzzle but it's all worked out very nicely." Clay Bennett's ownership group finalized a settlement last week that set out what items will stay in Seattle and what will come to Oklahoma City. Many items won't be shipped until after the WNBA's Seattle Storm finish their season. Winemiller said an inventory of the former SuperSonics' belongings, "everything down to that last stapler to that office set." He wouldn't say how much the move will cost. "You'll see some more trucks like this coming through, and we'll have more equipment. It'll be everything from office furniture to computers to a lot of the equipment for basketball operations," Winemiller said. Ken Hughen, a project manager with A-1 Freeman Moving Group, said the moving trucks left Seattle on Tuesday and took shifts driving 10 hours and sleeping eight hours to complete the approximately 2,000-mile trip.