Kevin Garnett says his dream is to bring the SuperSonics back to Seattle

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Kevin Garnett revealed that his biggest dream is to bring the SuperSonics back to Seattle.

The SuperSonics became an NBA franchise back in 1967 and spent 41 seasons in Seattle, winning the title in 1979 and playing in three NBA Finals overall. In 2008, though, they moved to Oklahoma City and became the Thunder.

“If I have a dream, I would say that I would love to be able to go and buy the Seattle Supersonics and reactivate the Pacific Northwest.

Seattle was huge to our league. I would love to be able to do that. That’s what’s up. If there’s one thing I could do tomorrow, it would be that,” Garnett told Tim Reynolds of The Associated Press.