Sacramento City Council Approves Kings Arena Deal [Video]With the clock clicking down, Sacramento city officials took their last shot at keeping the NBA Kings in California’s capital by approving a public-private deal to build a new 18,500-seat arena and retail center downtown.
Sacramento City Manager On Kings Arena: ‘We Don’t Have A Deal Right Now’Mayor Kevin Johnson may be the face of the effort to save the Kings, but Sacramento’s city manager is the man in charge of putting the dollars together for any arena deal. John Shirey is now pushing up the timetable to get an arena deal done to March 23.
Sacramento Mayor To Announce Kings 'Whale' Investors At State Of The City AddressAfter weeks of behind the scenes work, Mayor Kevin Johnson is expected to reveal the highly speculated names of the deep-pocket investors he’s lined up to bid on the Sacramento Kings, according to Sacramento's CBS 13.
Details Of Financing Plan For New Sacramento Arena EmergeAccording to CBS Sacramento, the NBA-endorsed arena financing plan the Maloofs walked away from last year is getting a new look with a new location, and possibly new landlords.
Stern Wants Kings' Financing Plan By Mid-AprilNBA 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.
Pressure Is On Sacramento To Make Offer For KingsSacramento 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.

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