Yes, they did.
Moved to Oklahoma City in 2008, but were known as the Seattle Supersonics for over 30 years before that (including a championship in 1979).
The Seattle Supersonics (1967-2008) won the NBA Championship in 1979 (1978-1979 season). They defeated the Washington Bullets in 5 games in the championship series, ending June 1, 1979.
14th round pick by the Seattle Supersonics in the 1968 NBA Draft
The Washington Bullets over the Seattle SuperSonics.
The Oklahama City Thunder have recently relocated from Seattle (formerly the Seattle Supersonics), but the newest franchise in the NBA is the Charlotte Bobcats.
it is Kevin Durant-Seattle Supersonics
Rashard Lewis was selected as the third pick in the second round of the 1998 NBA Draft, by the Seattle SuperSonics.
The Seattle SuperSonics won the 1978-1979 NBA finals.
The Chicago Bulls defeated The Seattle SuperSonics in the 1996 NBA Championship.
The Chicago Bulls by beating the Seattle Supersonics 4-2
The Chicago Bulls defeated the Seattle Supersonics, 4 games to 2, to win the NBA championship in 1996.
Through the 2007-08 season, the Supersonics have played in three NBA finals: 1978 - lost to the Washington Bullets 1979 - defeated the Washington Bullets 1996 - lost to the Chicago Bulls
The Thunder have been in the NBA for 2 years. Before, they were known as the Seattle Supersonics from1967-2008
1978 Seattle SuperSonics 3-4 Washington Bullets
The Seattle SuperSonics defeated the Washington Bullets 4 games to 1.
Because at the time the team wasn't running well so they closed.
November 3, 1989, losing to the Seattle SuperSonics
They didn't. They moved to Oklahoma City and changed their name. That happened in 2008.
The anagram is two words: Seattle SuperSonics (NBA team).
The two teams were the Seattle SuperSonics and the Chicago Bulls who were the winners.