206 Clicks: Seattle Arena Review Panel Will Hold Open Meetings

The Puget Sound Business Journal reports that the City of Seattle's arena review panel will hold open meetings on Feb. 29, March 7 and March 29th. Lenny Wilkens was named one of the panel's co-chairs. These meetings could become a lot more meaningful if talks breakdown between Sacramento and the NBA.


Read more links after the jump.

Sunday's Tweet of the Day:

I don't know who the player of the year in the Pac-12 is. Give it to the fans for having to endure all these nonsensical results. --@PacificTakes

  • The Huskies escaped from Pullman with a victory despite shooting 4-for-17 from three and only getting two points from Terrence Ross. Ken Bone's squad "Coug'd it" down the stretch, and shot 6-for-20 from the charity stripe. Washington locked up a first-round bye in the Pac-12 tournament with the victory, while the Cougars are currently trying to hold down the No. 8 seed. Saint Mary's finally knocked Gonzaga off its throne of 11 straight WCC regular-season titles. The WCC Tournament in Vegas starts on Wednesday, Feb. 29th; view brackets here.
  • Props to Kevin Durant for giving respect to the city of Seattle. Chris Daniels of King 5 news had the chance to talk Durant and former Sonic Brent Barry about the current situation in Seattle.

Follow Kevin Cacabelos on Twitter @KevinCacabelos

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