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03-12-2013, 04:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Clowe Me View Post
No, it isn't. Just as they do in every sale, it has to be approved by the other owners. If Sacramento can put together a comparable deal with an arena (which they will get, whether the Kings stay or not), the owners will have to make a decision.
Wrong. They have to approve the Hansen deal, which they will. The Hansen group is first rate, has an arena deal, and no red flags. It will be unanimous.

Everything Sacramento is doing now is to get a promise for a franchise. They are not keeping the current one. It is too late. It became too late when the PSA was inked. That's the reality we in Seattle know. The sooner you understand this reality, the sooner you can come to terms.

This isn't Seattle/OKC where Seattle didn't put this type of effort in that KJ and co have.
Nonsense. CEO of Microsoft and founder/CEO of Costco teamed up. But again, too late, the PSA was signed by the lying Okies.

Past precedence means nothing in this case. If, again, if Sacramento gets the arena deal and sale price to the NBA's liking, the Kings will have a case.

...for an expansion guarantee like Charlotte.

They are not keeping the current franchise. It is too late!

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