As it is already known, the Sacramento Kings will take their franchise to Anaheim. The thing here is, when the change is going to be made. Well, the NBA has granted the owners of the Sacramento Kings an extension until May 2 to file paperwork requesting their relocation to Anaheim. Basketball scores.
The Maloof brothers (Joe and Gavin) were supposed to present the papers by Monday, but the league’s proprietors decided to postpone that after hearing from Anaheim and Sacramento officials during their two days of meetings that ended Friday.
Commissioner David Stern said the league wanted to “do a little bit more fact finding” after Sacramento Mayor and former NBA basketball player, Kevin Johnson informed owners Thursday of additional profits that had been recognized, of the city’s commitment to build a new arena, and revealed an interested possible buyer in Pittsburgh Penguins co-owner Ron Burkle. Basketball odds.
On the other hand, the Maloofs insist they won’t sell, and Stern says the suggestion of an auction is “not a high priority on our agenda.”
The Sacramento Kings played their last game at ARCO Arena on Wednesday as they played against their all-time instate rivals the L.A. Lakers. Sacramento lost that match, which was the farewell to the capital city of California from the NBA. Basketball spreads.
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