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Modified: March 6, 2008 at 12:18 am •  Published: March 6, 2008
"Right now, it doesn't look good, but then anything can happen. Most guys on the team don't have an opinion one way or the other. We're focused on basketball and controlling what we can control. All I've ever known is the Sonics being in Seattle, so it would be a little strange for me if they're not there.”

— Sonics guard Luke Ridnour

"It affects me more than other guys. I've been living primarily in Seattle for about five years. Personally, it would be a big move if we have to move, but that's part of playing in the NBA.”

— Sonics forward Nick Collison

"In the big picture, I think a lot of people will be happy for the basketball fans of Oklahoma City who were so welcoming to the Hornets after Katrina. But no sports league ever likes to see a team ripped from its fans. This is a healthy urge, and perhaps one that will one day keep an NBA team home in Oklahoma City.”

— Henry Abbott of's TrueHoop NBA Blog

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