Eight years ago this summer, the basketball franchise formerly known as the Seattle SuperSonics relocated to Oklahoma City. I figured Seattle’s compliant response to the move — there was no lawsuit — would be seen by the NBA as a courtesy worthy of a substantial payback: a replacement team, Sonics II, set to make its debut in 2013.
OAKLAND, Calif. — Just when the Mariners’ bullpen appeared to be in full lockdown mode, right-hander Tony Zych is heading to the disabled list because of tendinitis in the rotator cuff of his right shoulder.
A majority of the high school coaches responding to a News Tribune survey said they are fed up with the prevalence of student transfers and the ease at which they take advantage of loopholes in the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association’s regulations.
Like an object of modern art, when studied from every angle over an extended number of days, the Cowboys' draft still fails to come easily into focus. From almost every view, it remains a puzzle, a confusing collection of parts tossed together that falls short on coherence or direction.