It really is tough to imagine such a dramatic change in public perception than the one the Maloof family has undergone in their time as owners of the Sacramento Kings.
Nearly five years after their colors, banners and history were packed away into storage and their franchise relocated, the SuperSonics are one significant step closer to returning to Seattle.
With ever-present clouds hanging over Seattle’s skyline Thursday, the cloudiness over any deal by the Chris Hansen-led investor group to buy the Sacramento Kings is also not clearing a day after reports first surfaced that an agreement was close.
The Sacramento Kings seek to establish a winning mindset as they enter another season of uncertainty.
An arena plan was pitched Tuesday to the Virginia Beach City Council, but it didn’t include any specific mention of the Sacramento Kings moving to the East Coast.
Scott Howard-Cooper of NBA.com stopped by while at the arena to frame the current arena situation in Sacramento, saying that the open letters on behalf of the city need to stop. Scott says that the […]
Sacramento Kings’ co-owner Gavin Maloof talks with Don Geronimo about how great it feels to have the arena deal complete, how much the Maloofs love the Sacramento fans, how important Mayor Kevin Johnson was in […]
Today, Don announces that the Kings are staying!! The Sacramento City Council reached a deal with the Maloofs to break ground on a new arena, keeping the Kings in Sacramento for a long time! All […]
Great news dropped Monday morning as it was announced that the city of Sacramento and the Maloofs struck a tentative agreement on funding for a new Sports and Entertainment Complex, a topic that owned the […]
Co-owner of the Kings Gavin Maloof joins Grant to talk about his family’s role in negotiating for a new arena in Sacramento and the decade-plus-long process that started when the Maloofs bought the Kings. Gavin […]
The names of 13 companies who have submitted official responses to lease the city of Sacramento’s parking spaces were released on Friday.
Sacramento Kings owners Joe and Gavin Maloof are growing increasingly optimistic that the city will approve an acceptable financing plan for a new arena by the March 1 deadline to keep the franchise from relocating.