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.
Mark Whicker from the Orange County Register comes on to discuss the Kings move to Anaheim from another perspective.
Jeff Miller from the OC Register comes on with Grant to talk about the Kings possible move to Anaheim and how people in Orange County are reacting to having a 3rd NBA team in the […]
In September of 2009, the NCAA told the city of Sacramento that they would not bring the tournament to the city again because the arena was too old and too outdated. It’s a memory Mayor Kevin Johnson would like to erase.
Grant opens the show today addressing the news about the Maloofs Trademark of the “Anaheim Royals”. Also Grant talks about, what else, College Basketball and takes calls about certain teams. Guest Greg Anthony from CBS comes on to give his input of the tournament.
Greg Anthony from CBS’s college basketball analysis talks with Grant about the College Basketball Championship. Anthony talks about how the design of the tournament affects the different teams, also the Kings’ possible move to Anaheim.
Scott Howard Cooper from NBA.com talks about the meaning of the Trademark of the Royals’ name for Anaheim and factors of the move or no move.
Today on the Grant Napear show hear audio from Kevin Johnson’s latest press conference, Grant takes calls from listeners and Jeff Miller from the O.C. Register joins Grant to report on public reaction to having a 3rd NBA team in the Southern Ca. market.