Randy Youngman of the Orange County Register discusses the climate in the Anaheim area in terms of support for the Kings should they move to Southern California. Youngman says Honda Center Owner Henry Samueli “has […]
Outside The Lines panel: Grant Napear, Marcos Breton, Leigh Steinberg, and Rick Horrow discusses the possibility of the Kings relocating to Anaheim.
Mayor Kevin Johnson address the assembled media, via a teleconference, to address what he is doing to keep the Sacramento Kings and the NBA in Sacramento. He talks about 3 different scenarios, the promises he has made to the NBA owners and that he wants the Kings to stay in Sacramento. He then takes questions from the media.
The battle for the Kings moves from California to New York where the NBA Board of Governors is meeting today.
Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson says he’s planning on going to the NBA Board of Governors meeting next month to plead Sacramento’s case to keep the Kings.
Grant Napear had a very candid conversation with Mayor Kevin Johnson about, among other things, the confidence lost in the local politicians to keep the Kings in Sacramento and the viability of a future sports […]
Orange County Register columnist Randy Youngman joins Grant to talk about the vibe down in southern California as it relates to the city bringing in the Sacramento Kings to fill the void of an NBA […]
City officials are asking the Sacramento Kings and the NBA for written guarantees that the team’s owners will repay the tens of millions of dollars still owed to the city.
Randy Youngman, writer for the OC Register, talks about today’s city council meeting in Anaheim which council members will vote on relocating the Kings.
City leaders may be preparing for a fight with the owners of the Sacramento Kings over millions of dollars still owed in loans.
The city of Anaheim has effectively acknowledged its pursuit of the Sacramento Kings, revealing a financial plan to entice the NBA team to relocate to Honda Center with $75 million in bonds.
NBAConfidential.com & NY Times Sam Amick talked about how the Kings are still leaning towards Anaheim and previewed the Sweet 16.