The investor who attempted to purchase the Sacramento Kings and move them to Seattle says his investment group is solely focused on pursuing the NBA and is not interested in owning an NHL franchise.
After fighting off Anaheim and Seattle, Mayor Kevin Johnson and supporters like State Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg could have another battle on their hands.
More people have signed a petition to have their names removed from the initiative to place a downtown Sacramento Kings arena on the ballot.
Sacramento Bee writer, Ryan Lillis, came on to the show to talk about the latest news on the arena front. Ryan explains the details on the signatures and funds that were obtained by Chris Hansen […]
Grant began the show discussing the latest news on Sacramento’s downtown arena project and the signatures that were obtained by Chris Hansen. Joshua Wood, Executive Director of DowntownArena.org, joined Grant on the show to discuss […]
Grant recaps each of the NFL games and headlines after Week 1. Callers give their thoughts on this weekend’s games, including the 49ers and Raiders. Grant also discusses Colin Kaepernick’s and Terrell Pryor’s performances, Clay […]
Chris Hansen, the hedge fund investor who tried to move the Sacramento Kings to Seattle will have to hand $50,000 over to the state of California.
Grant Napear opened his show talking with callers about the Oakland Athletics, the San Francisco 49ers, the Oakland Raiders, and the rest of the NFL. Joe Staysniak, radio personality in Indianapolis, joined Grant and talked […]
The battle has been raging on in the media for months. Now those for and against the arena are going head-to-head in person.
News of Seattle investor Chris Hansen’s involvement in STOP, a Sacramento grassroots campaign against the arena public subsidy, may be backfiring.
Keith and Dave kick off the show with the “Morning After” with the best highlights from the weekend including A-Rod getting plunked, Girardi’s reaction, A’s win and Chris Davis with a big Sunday. Keith and […]
The answer is now in black and white. Chris Hansen’s name is written on overdue campaign-disclosure statements showing he’s paid $100,000.