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Aaron Brooks has been in an awkward spot since news surfaced that the Sacramento Kings could be sold and moved back to his hometown of Seattle.
The Kings guard has no answers for family and friends who have been calling and texting for information. Even the excitement his brother, Alvertis, had when he showed up for a visit evaporated once he realized those in Sacramento might feel the same sorrow as when the SuperSonics left for Oklahoma City in 2008.
For Sacramento players, coaches and fans, this is not an easy time.
The Kings hosted the Dallas Mavericks on Wednesday night in the first game since the latest - and perhaps most serious - round of relocation talks began, and some fans contemplated whether they should keep supporting a team they love.
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Reports surfaced Tuesday night and Wednesday morning of a sale agreement between the Maloof family and Chris Hansen’s Seattle-based investor group which would, in turn, ultimately lead to the Sacramento Kings relocating to Seattle. Insiders in both cities went back and forth all day Wednesday, attempting to both support and refute the claims that such a deal was imminent. Here’s...
It seems the city of Seattle is about to get NBA justice.
But when it comes to the NBA, and the idea of justice for cities with teams and cities that want or deserve them, the right thing must always come at the expense of someone else.
That's the Catch-22 of reports that the Maloof family is closing in on a deal to sell the bulk of the Sacramento Kings to a group intending...
The Sacramento Kings sale to a Seattle group is a done deal, if you believe a report from Comcast Sportsnet Bay Area's Matt Steinmetz.
Here's his latest report: "I've heard from reliable source that the Kings' sale to Hansen-Ballmer in Seattle is done deal. Source said price of the sale is $525 million. The source said
further that the Maloofs will have...
Well, it appears that reports of the Sacramento Kings leaving for Seattle could possibly be a bit premature.
You'll recall that earlier this week, reports leaked out the a group led by Hedge Fund Manager Chris Hansen and Microsoft's Steve Ballmer were about to close a deal to relocate the team.
Well, late on Friday, the man behind the 24...
Seattle deserves and NBA team, but so does Sacramento...
It appears that the NBA could be headed back to Seattle soon. Yahoo! Sports reported Wednesday that a deal with the Maloof family to sell the Sacramento Kings to a Seattle ownership group led by Chris Hanson and Steve Balmer is closed to being finalized. The sale price reportedly would be approximately $500 million, the largest in NBA history. The new owners hope to move the...
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Forget about Bonds. Forget about Clemens. Biggio got robbed. The guy had 3,000 hits. I was under the impression that 3,000 hits get the job done for you. Am I missing something? Did Biggio juice too? (Well probably, but he’s not Bonds or Clemens)
Check out this picture of the chick Jimmy Goldstein brought...
It has been close to five years since basketball has left the city of Seattle. We may see the return of a team to the city at the beginning of next season.
According to Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski, The Maloof family is close to an agreement to sell the Sacramento Kings for $500 Million dollars to a Seattle-based ownership group led by hedge-fund manager Chris Hansen and Microsoft...
The Sacramento Kings faithful can't be happy about recent reports surrounding the team's possible sale and relocation.
The Kings' recent efforts against the Dallas Mavericks have left their fan base feeling disappointed, too.
Having dropped 20 of 23 in this series, Sacramento tries to break through Thursday night against a visiting Dallas team that has lost 10 of 11...