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The Grant Napear Show – May 10, 2013

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The Grant Napear Show started with Sports Illustrated Legal Analyst, Michael McCann, coming on the show and explaining the legal ramifications of the Sacramento Kings potentially being sold to the Chris Hansen led group out of the Seattle area.

Golden State Warriors, TV Analyst, Jim Barnett came on the show and discussed the Warriors series against the San Antonio Spurs. He also gave some insight as to what the Spurs can expect coming to Oakland and playing in front of the Warriors fan base.

KING TV Reporter, Chris Daniels, came on the show and talked about the increased offer that Chris Hansen made on his bid for the Sacramento Kings. He also talked about whether the Kings could be sold to the Hansen/Ballmer group and kept in Sacramento while expecting to have the group work with Sacramento city officials to get an arena built. Grant also asked Chris if he thought that if the Hansen/Ballmer group was not awarded the Kings, if he felt that Seattle would get a team out of this deal regardless.

Spurs TV Analyst, Sean Elliott, was on the show with Grant Napear and talked about the Spurs coming into Oracle Arena and what they will need to contend with as far as the fans go. Sean also gave Grant an insight to what surprised him about games one and two of this series. Sean also stated that he felt like the Spurs play very well on the road and that the camaraderie the players share while on a road trip.

San Jose Sharks, TV Announcer, Randy Hahn came on and talked about the San Jose Sharks and their chances of winning the Stanley Cup. Grant asked Randy about who he thought the Sharks would play in round two and asked specifically about San Jose Sharks goalie, Antti Niemi.

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