The second meeting this week between the Utah Jazz and Sacramento Kings could be the last one ever.
In search of a bounce-back performance Saturday night, the Jazz are looking to again capitalize on the lowly Kings, who now seem more likely to move north on a map than in the standings.
Utah (28-23) has taken two of three season meetings versus Sacramento (17-33), including Monday's 98-91 overtime victory at home.
This matchup may not only conclude the season series, but the all-time one.
The Kings seemed to move another step closer to relocating to Seattle and becoming the SuperSonics on Wednesday. NBA Commissioner David Stern said the ownership group led by Chris Hansen and Steve Ballmer, which recently reached an agreement to purchase 65 percent of the Kings from the Maloof family for $525 million, has formally filed for relocation with the league.
Stern called the group "very strong," and said the appropriate committees have been convened to look over the propo...