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DeMarcus Cousins had 22 points and 18 rebounds, and the Sacramento Kings celebrated a possible new arena deal with a 103-96 victory over the struggling Utah Jazz on Tuesday night. The city, the Kings and the NBA announced a tentative deal Monday to finance a new arena that would be built by 2015 and keep the team in Sacramento for many years.
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The Sacramento Kings won't be the Anaheim Kings or the Seattle Kings any time soon, with the news that the team has reached a deal to stay right where they have been since 1985.
Kings center DeMarcus Cousins had another dominating performance with 22 points and 18 rebounds in just 32 minutes in Tuesday's victory over Utah.
Sadly, we almost lived in a world where the Sacramento Kings were no longer going to be in Sacramento but thanks to mayor Kevin Johnson and the Maloof brothers, the Kings will be staying in California's capital for the time being.As you may figure, Sacramento NBA fans were happy to hear the news of an arena deal being brokered and came out in full force to congratulate KJ at...
Building a new arena for the Sacramento Kings has never been closer to reality.
Now that a deal has been reached to build a new arena for the Kings, it’s time to open up the old pocketbook. The building will cost the city of Sacramento over $255 million. Per the Sac Bee: “Sacramento city officials will release details [Thursday] of the arena deal reached earlier this week with the Kings, including this notable number: $255,530,000. That’s the amount Mayor...
The Sacramento Kings have reached a tentative deal with the city of Sacramento that will keep the team there long-term with a new arena to be built, The Sacramento Bee has reported.
Sacramento's efforts to build a new arena for the Sacramento Kings have never been closer to becoming a reality. The city, the NBA and the Kings announced a tentative deal Monday to finance a new arena that would keep the team in California's capital. The City Council is expected to vote on the plan March 6.
Sacramento Kings fans at tonight's game against the Jazz stand and applaud Gavin Maloof, say they're ready to build a new arena to keep their team in town.
Juan Vargas and his girlfriend Leticia Arredondo, both of Sacramento walk to the Sacramento Kings game against the Utah Jazz at Power Balance Pavilion on Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2012. Vargas with Ironworkers Local 118 said...
Backers of a new downtown arena for the Sacramento Kings took a virtual victory lap through the city Tuesday and plunged into the nitty-gritty details of a $387 million endeavor that still has as many questions as answers.
Maloof brothers Joe, left, and Gavin, right, exult with Mayor Kevin Johnson to a standing ovation during a timeout in Tuesday's game against Utah at...
The Sacramento County Board of Supervisors agreed today to move forward on a plan to help the city's arena financing effort.
Sacramento County Supervisor Roberta MacGlashan
FILE - In this Feb. 22, 2012 file photo, Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson speaks during a news conference in Sacramento, Calif. The city of Sacramento, the NBA basketball and the Kings have announced...
Pacific Division rivals clash in California's capital Thursday when the Los Angeles Clippers kick off a six-game road trip by visiting the Sacramento Kings.
Win or lose, my Twitter account at some point is usually flooded at some point with Jimmer Fredette questions.
The Sacramento Kings Jimmer Fredette, (7) drives to the basket against Daequan Cook, (14) of the Oklahoma City Thunder at Power Balance Pavilion on Thursday, Feb. 9, 2012 in Sacramento.
A pair of last place teams try to kick start things tonight when the Utah Jazz visit the Sacramento Kings.
After a surprising start, the Utah Jazz went into the All-Star break having fallen to last place in the Northwest Division.
They'll look to snap a three-game losing streak - and improve their atrocious road record - when they visit the Sacramento Kings on Tuesday night.
Utah opened the season with three losses in its first four games, but impressively won eight of nine to turn...