Doni is back from his day off, and the show starts with Doni asking Slow Joe about meeting Sheryl Crow yesterday, apparently she was in town to do an interview with KNCI across the hall, […]
Just before Grant hopped on the microphone at Sleep Train Arena, news broke about the owners of the Sacramento Kings, the Maloof family, setting a 5 p.m. Friday deadline to receive a backup offer from […]
Grant Napear is joined by the Sacramento Bee’s Ryan Lillis, who detailed a Friday deadline from the Maloof family for a binding backup bid to keep the Kings in Sacramento.
Tony Parker had 30 points and 11 assists to lead San Antonio to a 108-102 victory over the Sacramento Kings on Tuesday night in a night the City Council voted symbolically in support keeping the team in Sacramento.
The battle to keep the Kings in Sacramento could end up in a federal courtroom.
It just goes to show that David Stern is who we thought he was. Speaking to the Associated Press, the NBA Commissioner said it might be better for Sacramento officials and the Maloofs to go through a “cooling off” period.
Mayor Kevin Johnson is calling the decision by the owners of the Sacramento Kings to keep the NBA team in the city another year a winning “playoff” moment.
Sacramento is one day away from “judgement day” as the NBA’s relocation committee arrives to determine if the Capitol City should keep an NBA team.
The possible move of the Sacramento Kings to Anaheim will definitely taking a detour through the halls of the State Capitol.
The man who brought the Kings to Sacramento says there’s “no shot” another NBA team will move here.