“The Most Persuasive Grassroots Flick of 2009… Don’t be fooled by the price tag. This pitch-perfect documentary shows the collateral damage when a team leaves town.” – Sports Illustrated | Volume 111, Issue 25

“An exceptional but thoroughly depressing chronicle of how the Sonics left.” – Greg Bishop | The New York Times

“Sonicsgate is interesting for the larger questions it asks about our culture: Do cities owe teams brand new facilities every decade? Should billionaires and millionaires receive subsidies in the name of civic pride?” – Laremy Legel |

“Illuminating… More than just a sports film, Sonicsgate also reveals some larger truths about government and big business, that ultimately everything comes down to ego, power and money.” – Bob Condotta | The Seattle Times

“Reminded us that virtually no team, however entrenched in their community, is immune to the economic and political forces that could take them elsewhere at any moment.” – Preston Bounds | Sports Business Daily

“Sonicsgate succeeds mightily… a tutorial in how badly the public can be treated by insiders and powerbrokers. If the mainstream media has showed us someone lying more blatantly than this, I am not aware of it.” – Henry Abbott | ESPN TrueHoop

“This is a must-watch film for any basketball fan.” – Matt Lawyue | SLAM Magazine

“Reid’s film is about love, loss and the heartache that ensues when a beloved enterprise decides to skip town…” – Sara Michelle Fetters | MovieFreak

“It’s not your normal sports documentary. The movie has everything – heroes, villains, plot twists, lies, cameos, intrigue, government officials, and sleazy businessmen.” – Tim Hall | The Seattle P-I

“A meticulous examination of the political malfeasance, conspiracy, and media cover-ups that led to the team’s relocation.” – Karen Quinn | Seattle Metropolitan Magazine

“This is unequivocally the most exciting political drama since ‘All The President’s Men’, another movie with some pretty heroic journalists.” – Bill White | Seattle Post-Globe

Seattle Wonders What’s Next in NBA Saga | Associated Press

Kings Fans Mobilizing to Thwart Seattle | Associated Press

Hope for the Teamless in Seattle | The New York Times

Sonicsgate Premiere in New York | ESPN Outside The Lines I

Sonicsgate & Kings Anaheim Relocation | ESPN Outside The Lines II

Sonicsgate & Kings Seattle Relocation | ESPN Outside The Lines III

An Open Letter to Sacramento Kings Fans | Grantland

A City Left Behind | ESPN SportsCenter

Sonicsgate speaks at Joint Council Arena Hearing | Seattle Channel

Sonics Fans Mourn as OKC Preps for Finals | TIME Magazine 

Seattle Mourns Loss of Potential NBA Champion | USA Today

4 Years After Move, Seattle Sees Old Team in Finals | Associated Press

In Seattle, Thunder Fans Are Hard to Find | Los Angeles Times

OKC in Finals Adds New Sting to Wound Sonics’ Faithful Bear |

As Thunder Enter Finals, Seattle Sulks Over Bitter Departure | Sports Illustrated

Zombie Sonics Fans Throw Support to Heat | ESPN

A Seattle View – Harboring a Grudge | ESPN

The Plan to Bring Basketball Back to Seattle | Grantland

Seattle is Stewing Over Bitter Departure | Yahoo! Sports

Why We Should All Root for the Miami Heat | The Nation

Thunder Changed Business for OKC, Seattle | The Huffington Post

Sonics Fans: Hear Them Roar | The Toronto Sun

How Long Should Fans Stew Over Lost Teams? | ESPN

CNBC 30-Second Trailer | Sonicsgate: Requiem For A Team

Aubrey McClendon and Sonicsgate | CNBC Fast Money

Zombie Sonicsgate at Miami NBA Finals | Q13 Fox News

Two Years Later, Pain of Losing Sonics Still Stings |

Gary Payton Accepts for Sonicsgate | 14th Annual Webby Awards

Sonicsgate Wins Webby Award | NW Cable News

Sonicsgate Wins Webby Award |KJR 950AM

Sonicsgate & SOS Event | Q It Up Sports

Sonicsgate in Portland | Rip City Live

Mayor McGinn Meets Sonicsgate | Q13 Fox News

Sonicsgate is Free Online | Q13 Fox News

Sonicsgate Premieres Tonight | KONG Morning News

Sonicsgate Premiere | Northwest Sports Tonight

Interview with Jason Reid | MacGuffin Podcast

Sports Press NW | Interview with Jason Reid