NBA Commissioner David Stern expects a concrete financing plan from Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson within the next two weeks, with the aim of settling the Kings’ future by mid-April.
Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson said Tuesday that the joint committee that will decide whether the Kings leave might want to discuss his city’s proposal before the NBA Board of Governors meeting April 19. Owners can vote on the pending sale and relocation of the Kings at any time, but the annual meeting in New York is typically when decisions about moving a franchise are made.
NBA Commissioner David Stern says the group that has reached agreement to purchase the Sacramento Kings has formally filed to relocate the franchise to Seattle.
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In the ongoing saga regarding the future of the Sacramento Kings, Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson spoke with state senators Thursday before again meeting with the media.
Mayor Kevin Johnson said in a second consecutive press conference Wednesday on the future of the Kings that there’s now interest from investors in building a downtown arena even without the team.
Telling Seattle residents “don’t celebrate too early,” Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson on Tuesday introduced the first part of his four-step plan to keep the Kings in California’s capital city.
Though a deal has been inked (officially announced Monday) on an agreement for the Sacramento Kings owners The Maloof Family to sell a controlling interest of the team to a Seattle group headed by hedge […]
Proceeding With Optimism
A second lawsuit has been filed to block plans for a new sports arena in Seattle.