Sacramento Kings: They’ll Reminisce Over You, Gone But Not Forgotten

March 18th, 2011 by Blake Mehigan Leave a reply »
On March 1, the Sacramento Kings were given an extension for their decision regarding a potential move to Anaheim to play in the Honda Center next year. Their deadline has been pushed to April 18, a little over a month from now.

With many people in Sac concerned about the future of their team, some appear to be uncertain. A source within the organization said morale has been low and many at the arena have been tense. Many of them feel as if the Kings are already gone.

With the Maloofs being unusually quiet about the future of the Kings, all signs point to the Maloofs and Kings making a move down south for the start of next season.

This all comes despite the new arena proposal that Mayor Kevin Johnson has been working on lately in a last-minute effort to keep the Kings in Sacramento.

With that proposal likely to fail, as any rational person would assume, the only things Kings fans can hold onto is hope and their memories of what once was. 

From the early 2000s, the Kings were playing a brand of basketball that hadn't been seen in the NBA for quite a while. Perhaps ever.

Sure, the Princeton offense had been around ...

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