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Tickets will finally go up next season, for season ticket holders:Dan Mahoney, who is the team’s vice president of corporate and community relations, said the adjustments will be a $2-$3 increase per ticket in Loud City; a $2-$5 increase per ticket for all but courtside and Champions Club; and a $10 increase per ticket for courtside and Champions Club. These increases will be for 2013-14 season tickets only, not for single-game tickets. The team completed (cont…)
KD Finally sold his home in Seattle:Want to live like Kevin Durant? Well, you just missed out on your chance. The superstar of the former Seattle SuperSonics just sold his old home on Mercer Island for $2.436 million. He bought the mansion in August 2007 (cont…)
KD is also the new correspondent for GQ Magazine: Sometimes he goes by simply KD, sometimes by Sniper Jones. However, this weekend he’ll be known as Salvatoré D.C. Esprezzi, GQ Style Correspondent. When he’s not on the court leading the Western Conference All-Stars, he’ll be taking behind the scenes videos, instagramming street style photos and interviewing the biggest names in the league. (cont…)
The new CBA killed NBA Trade deadline anticipation: In their wake, they left a completely different model for how players will change teams in the NBA, one that shrewd owners like Mark Cuban and general managers like Sam Presti anticipated months or even years ago. Everyone laughed when Cuban broke up a championship team by letting Tyson Chandler go to the Knicks. Everyone’s jaw dropped when Presti traded James Harden to the Rockets. But now (cont…)
Thunder one of the trade deadline winners: Delicate is the word to describe Thunder GM Sam Presti. Oklahoma City pulled off two moves on Thursday, dealing reserve point guard Eric Maynor to the Blazers for a trade exception and acquiring guard/forward Ronnie Brewer from the Knicks for a 2014 second-round pick and cash. The Thunder boast one of the league’s deepest rosters but (cont…)
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