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Articles According to the Hampton Roads Business Journal , the Kings are moving, but they are not staying in California . Philip Newswanger and Bill Cresenzo are reporting that the team might move to Virginia Beach. The Business Journal says a deal
We all saw Sacramento's youthful mayor, in jeans and a rumpled white dress shirt following a cross-country flight, hugging Joe Maloof and swinging the Kings co-owner into the air during Tuesday's romp and circumstance at Cesar E...And now the mayor
Calif. (AP) — Sacramento Kings co-owner Joe Maloof said Friday that his family is still deciding whether to move the franchise to Anaheim or stay in California's capital city. Maloof told The Associated Press that no decision has
That was when the mood changed, when the momentum swung, when Anaheim's protracted pursuit of the Kings began percolating as an appealing, viable and imminent possibility...Winning matters, but so does losing, especially for small to mid-major
But the scheduled removal of the Arco name from the arena marquee, set for next spring when the company's sponsorship expires, symbolizes the uncertainty facing Sacramento's professional basketball franchise. City officials say the team's future in
Orange County Fairgrounds, Costa Mesa Schedule : Friday, Pro Vert Prelims, 12:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m.; Pro Street Prelims (First Half), 7 p.m.-9:30 p.m. Saturday, Pro Street Prelims (Second Half), 2:30 p.m.-4:45 p.m.; Pro Vert Finals, 6 p.m.-8 p.m.
Bee sports columnist Ailene Voisin spent two hours conversing with Kings co-owners Joe and Gavin Maloof at the coffee shop in the Palms...Midway into the interview, matriarch Colleen Maloof came downstairs and joined the discussion. The national
The family that made its fortune in sales and marketing then seemingly forgot about sales and marketing is doing everything from cold-calling customers to selling Kings tickets during the recent visit to Arco Arena by the Washington Wizards. "