Found September 18, 2013 on
Pro Sports Daily:
Earlier this year it looked like the Sacramento Kings were headed to Seattle to be rebranded as the new Seattle SuperSonics. Chris Hansen and Steve Ballmer had come to terms a purchase agreement with the Maloof family and were going to immediately file for relocation. After an incredible grassroots effort by the fans and some heavy hitters teaming up with Sacramento mayor Kevin Johnson they managed to earn the trust of the NBA and its owners to buy the team instead and keep the team in Sacramento.
On October 30 the Kings will kick off their season opener at home against the Denver Nuggets and as a celebration of the successful effort to keep the Kings in Sacramento the local ABC affiliate News10 will broadcast the game without commercials as they keep the eyes on Sacramento the fans and the atmosphere that is sure to delight all of those who worked so hard to keep the team in town. From the Kings:
The Sacramento Kings announced today that local ABC affiliate News10 will once a...
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The city of Sacramento is keeping their Kings after a long bidding war with Seattle. In celebration, the Kings will broadcast their season opener commercial free.
In addition, the Kings announced their partnership with local ABC affiliate News 10. The station will broadcast 11 other games.
“No one was more excited than we were about the decision to keep the Kings in Sacramento...
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