It's not over!!
It's not over!!
Currently trying to assemble a horrible Maloofs sig...because I'm sure theyll see it
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https://twitter.com/KJ_MayorJohnson/...05318452023296Bottom line Sacramento: it's not over... #keepthefaith #playingtowin
This guy is a hero.
This whole back and forth is really sad and hard on the fans of both cities... it either is, or it isn't.
The simplest solution would have obviously have been to just add 10 expansion teams (5 per conference) but for some idiotic reason the soon to be in the past Commissioner is staunchly against it despite so many cities offering up the packages and fanbase needed to make a team work.
I've treated this team like a dying relative for the past few years. Hoping for the best, and preparing for the worst. So I guess somehow that makes this sting a little less now. Will ALWAYS love my SACRAMENTO KINGS. Shedding a tear with my fellow fans right now.
I'll probably never go to Natomas again.
I only went to watch the Kings, eat In-N-Out, and discounts at BevMo......
Sam Amick weighs in:
http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports...attle/1820851/The Maloofs, owners of the Sacramento Kings, are finalizing a deal to move the team to Seattle, according to a report on Yahoo! Sports.
The report says team would sold for $500 million to hedge fund manager Chris Hansen and Microsoft chairman Steve Ballmer and play in Seattle's Key Arena, as early as next season, before a new arena is built. The team would play at Key Arena for two seasons.
No agreement has been signed, the report says, and if and when it is, the Maloofs would own a small percentage of the team but have no input.
The Maloofs had gone missing from their own arena recently, no longer attending games and leaving their own employees to speculate that a sale or a move was on its way. A person with knowledge of the Kings situation told USA TODAY Sports that the minority owners of the team haven't been informed of the sale as of early Wednesday afternoon. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the situation. The person said terms of the ownership agreement dictate minority owners must be told before a sale is complete.