J.A. Sherman joins Phil Naessens Show to reminisce on favorite players in Seattle Supersonics history

Sherman and Phil Naessens take a walk down Sonics history lane to discuss who would fit in well with the Thunder.

Yesterday we at WTLC wrote about favorite players from Seattle Sonics history and which of them would fit in well with the current version of the Oklahoma City Thunder. Today on the Phil Naesssens Show, Phil and I continue the discussion and look both at contemporary players as well as some of the old timers that you may have missed or forgotten.

Be sure to check out the whole episode, as it also features J.R. Wilco of Pounding the Rock and Tom Lewis of Indy Cornrows.

Naessens has a global following, broadcast Monday thru Friday at Max Sports Channels,Talk SuperstationArmed Forces Radio Network and Kozmik Radio.

If you would like to download the Phil Naessens show, you can download it HERE.

In the alternative, if you'd like to subscribe to the show's podcast, you can do that HERE.

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