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The Sonics aren’t likely to get a Major League Soccer stadium anytime soon.
But they’ve already seen a potential boost in sales with a recent deal with the NBA to bring the Seattle SuperSonics to Seattle.
A deal that has been touted as a potential home for the NBA’s new Los Angeles Lakers.
The Sonics have been a major force in the US professional sports landscape for decades, and their home is in Seattle, which has a population of over 13 million.
Now, the NBA is looking to bring an NBA franchise to Seattle, and the Sonics are expected to join in.
Sonics owner Ted Leonsis is looking for a way to get the team into a Major Landscape.
Sonics owners Ted Leonas and Dan Gilbert are in the process of shopping the team to a private owner.
This is a very exciting time for the Sonic community.
The Sonic arena, in particular, has been the most successful sports arena in the country.
Sonic Arena is home to the Seattle Thunder, and will become the new home for Major League soccer team the Seattle Sounders.
In recent years, the Sonica have had to pay out $3.3 million to keep the Sonici from leaving the Sonico arena.
However, the deal will allow the Sonicas to retain the Sonik Arena for two more years.
The Sonic have been able to keep most of their arena because of the fact that the Sonis are owned by the city of Seattle, the city which they call home.
The city is currently in the midst of a transition of the Sonos ownership.
The city announced the sale of the team in 2017, and plans to sell the team and its facilities to a new owner.
However, the team is not expected to be sold before 2020.
The deal could allow the team, along with the Seahawks, to remain in Seattle for the next 10 years.
If the deal goes through, the Seattle Sonics would be the fourth MLS team to open a new stadium in the city.
The Los Angeles Clippers have been in L.A. since the team moved to the city from Seattle in 1996.