The Kings announced on Wednesday that they would install a 52-foot, six-ton Cowbell on the roof of the new arena. Unfortunately, it was just a joke! The bell would ring at tip-off of each game […]
The third segment of the Grant Napear Show featured discussion regarding the Kings. Grant discussed the new downtown arena in Sacramento, discussing the pros and cons of theater lighting and clarifying the the new […]
The Golden State Warriors have agreed to terms to buy 12 acres of land in San Francisco’s Mission Bay neighborhood to build a new arena. The Warriors announced Tuesday that they would buy the land […]
Roger Niello, president of the Sacramento Chamber of Commerce, also called in to talk with Grant about the Chamber’s endorsement of the arena deal and the positive impact it would have on the city’s economy.
Jeff Dorso of Think Big Sacramento came on the show with Grant to talk about the term sheet from the perspective of the Mayor’s camp. Dorso said this project would be the biggest redevelopment project […]
Sacramento city manager John Shirey represented the city in negotiations with the investors who are hoping to keep the Kings in Sacramento, so he joined Grant to give some in-depth analysis on the term sheet […]
The Grant Napear Show started with plenty of talks about the Sacramento Kings and their possible relocation to Seattle or the ability to keep the team in Sacramento. Grant fielded phone calls about the Kings […]
The Jason Ross Show welcomed Sacramento City Councilman Steve Hansen to discuss the council meeting last night, he touched on some details of the motion passed to move forward with the arena negotiations.
Sacramento Mayor, Kevin Johnson calls in to talk about a new arena deal and what it will take to get it done. The Mayor also congratulates Don on his new spot in the mornings on […]
Mayor Kevin Johnson is now addressing the funding concerns for building a new arena in Sacramento.
Plans for a new arena in Sacramento were presented to the public for the first time Thursday. Joe and Gavin Maloof were in the front row to see the new plan. It was the first time the Maloofs visited City Hall since the two sides took legal swipes at one another during the relocation talks.