THE KINGS STAY IN SACRAMENTO… AT LEAST FOR 1 MORE SEASON
Mon, 02 May 2011 01:25 PM EDT
The Sacramento Kings will stay in town for at least one more season to give Mayor Kevin Johnson the opportunity to chase his promise of a new stadium. The Kings had been taking into consideration relocating in Anaheim after a number of failed efforts to build a new arena in Sacramento, but they decided to give Mayor KJ one more chance. Basketball lines.
“The mayor of Sacramento has told the NBA relocation committee that he will have a plan for a new arena within a year,” co-owner Joe Maloof said at a press conference. “If not, the team will be relocated to another city.”
Johnson, a former NBA star, had been spending his valuable time doing his best to keep Sacramento’s only major sports team in town. He arranged $10 million in sponsorship vows from the business community, but it will be his capability to get a feasible arrangement for a new arena that will possibly establish the franchise’s long-term outlook. Basketball betting lines.
Sacramento is not an attractive market for the NBA. They are lacking fans, their arena kind of stinks and they have no superstars on their current roster.
The team said that if an arena plan is not confirmed in a timely fashion, the NBA’s relocation committee has assured the Kings that it would support a move to another market for next season… perhaps Anaheim could be that destination. Odds.
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