(CBS Seattle) — The NBA Board of Governors is meeting in Dallas, Texas Wednesday to vote on whether the Sacramento Kings will be sold and relocated to Seattle. The NBA relocation and finance committee voted […]
If the NBA doesn’t approve the relocation of the Sacramento Kings to Seattle, the Maloofs will reportedly refuse to sell the team to Sacramento-area investors.
Investor Chris Hansen has vowed to “move forward with the transaction” he has with the Maloof family to buy the Kings and move the team toSeattle despite a unanimous recommendation from the NBA’s relocation committee for owners to reject the bid.
With NBA owners debating whether to approve the franchise’s sale and relocation to Seattle, the ever-faithful fans of the Sacramento Kings pushed the uncertainty aside and rallied during a 112-108 loss in the regular-season finale against the Los Angeles Clippers.
KING 5’s Chris Daniels reports NBA Commissioner David Stern has been quietly maneuvering behind the scenes to propel a Sacramento counter bid to Seattle’s offer to the Sacramento King’s owners.
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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.
Even as the Maloof family negotiates with a Seattle group that would move the Kings there, another potential buyer who would keep the team in Sacramento has emerged, CBSSports.com has learned.
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