Tag: Sacramento Kings
Update 12 p.m. KTXL TV Sports Director Jim Crandell reports on his conversation with Kings’ co-owner George Maloof, who told him Sacramento needed to make a firm commitment to a new arena for the Kings to stay past the coming year. Mayor Kevin Johnson’s reaction from KCRA here.
The L. A. Times is reporting the following this afternoon: NBA officials now expect the Kings to play next season in Sacramento, league executives told The Times on Friday. Whether the team, which was about to seek permission to move to Honda Center in Anaheim, stays in Sacramento beyond next season remains to be decided. […]
In Sacramento: The Kings are not dead. Long live the Kings? That is in large part up to the NBA. Relocation of the team to Anaheim looked like a slam dunk. But someone must have thrown up a brick, because rather than rubber-stamping the transfer request from the team’s owners, the Maloof family, the league […]
From AP: NEW YORK – The NBA has granted the owners of the Sacramento Kings an extension until May 2 to file paperwork requesting a relocation to Anaheim. Joe and Gavin Maloof were supposed to submit the documents by Monday, but the league’s owners decided to delay that after hearing from Anaheim and Sacramento officials […]
Tonight’s Kings’ game versus the Lakers at Power Balance Arena may be the Last Basketball Show in Sacramento, as the team’s owners, the Maloof family, are expected to ask the NBA for permission to move the team to Anaheim. But last night on TNT’s basketball broadcast, former Kings’ star Chris Webber intriguingly dangled a potential […]
If you missed Tyreke Evans’ half-court buzzer-beater to win the game for the Kings yesterday, here it is… Very exciting. But just to put the moment in a little perspective, Sacramento is now 6-23, the worst record in the NBA. Photos from the game at the Sacramento Bee.