Big crowds gathered at Sacramento city hall ahead of tonight’s vote on a downtown arena proposal aimed at keeping the Kings in Sacramento.
As the Sacramento City Council approved open negotiations for a new arena Tuesday, a second potential offer to buy the Kings and build a new privately-funded arena has emerged.
Ryan Lillis of the Sacramento Bee joined Jason to discuss any breaking news regarding the sale of the Kings and Sacramento’s fight to keep them. Lillis discussed the upcoming City Council vote to start negotiations […]
With Grant busy traveling in preparation for the Sacramento Kings game in Miami on Tuesday, the one and only Jason Ross filled in for Grant. The Kings lost another road game on Sunday, so Jason […]
The city of Sacramento has tried to get a new arena built for years but with no success. Now, one location is receiving a second look.
While the Kings still don’t have a new arena to play in, the city of Seattle is moving closer to getting a new NBA arena and the man with the money to do it laid out his plans.
Less than a week after a deal to build a new arena to house the Sacramento Kings collapsed, Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson says he has a Plan B.
It’s a battle of words between the Maloofs and city officials as things turn nasty.
The full-court press to keep the Kings in Sacramento has taken on a new game plan: Keep the team in town but kick the current owners out.
NBA Commissioner David Stern is framing Sacramento’s arena debate in a new way.
The city council voted 7-2, in favor of moving forward on the downtown arena.
Just a month ago the Maloofs stood in front of a standing and cheering crowd in celebration, so this is a stunning PR reversal.
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