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03-15-2013, 02:21 PM
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Originally Posted by Clowe Me View Post
They backed out because it was time for them to pay their agreed amount of the arena deal money and the cheapskates balked.

Public and city won't vote down a potential moneymaking, entertainment/sporting arena, because of past precidence (last year) and the fact the people here know that jobs will be created and downtown businesses will thrive with the frequent sporting events, concerts, disney stuff etc...
yeah they have, Clowe, care to explain why there's now 3 public votes on the arena project, if the attempt is to keep the Kings, then why didn't Sacramento, and hasn't California been struggling budget-wise, to avoid a scenario where Detroit now sits having an EFM decide what they do... to think that's going to save the Kings is a fallacy.... how can an entertainment/sporting arena operate w/o a major tenant, Kansas City has said they want nothing to do w/ a pro sports franchise in either the NBA OR NHL, can Sacramento do that, While competing w/ Oakland/SF/SJ/LA/Anaheim, LIKE Glendale's indirectly competing w/ AWA, should the Coyotes be relocated.

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