So basically, not content only to take our team, our money and our hearts with you out the door, you have actively prevented us from working to fix our downtown and guarantee our pro sports future. You have held Sacramento hostage. And for what ... a Madden NFL 18 Coins cash-out you'll blow in a matter of months, if history is any indication? Congratulations. Well done. Idiots.I'd like to propose a toast. Here's to the Maloofs, the personification of disloyalty, artificiality and complete failure To Hades, with all sincerity,Th. Ziller In this Storystream Kings to stay in Sacramento after Board of Governors reject relocation to Seattle
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The NBA lost 26 games to a lockout between players and owners last season, a labor dispute nasty enough to place terms like "basketball-related income" into the public lexicon. Like most wars of labor vs. management, those signing the checks eventually won out. The end result saw the players give back a significant percentage of the
BRI, though it hardly curbed the wild spending that got owners into trouble in the first place. Look no further than the Portland Trail Blazers inking center Roy Hibbert to an offer sheet for a maximum contact last summer, and the Indiana Pacers' decision to match it.<center> Follow Sactown Royalty for Many NBA players did not believe or appreciate the owners crying poor, and Sunday's news of the imminent sale of the Sacramento Kings to Seattle's Chris Hansen only gave them more ammunition. Hansen's group is set to buy the Kings for a valuation for $525 million, acquiring 65 percent of the franchise for approximately $340 million.
A year ago, Forbes projected the Kings' total value at $300 million, the 23rd-most valuable franchise in the NBA.Shortly after reports surfaced on Sunday night, reigning MVP LeBron James took to Twitter to cast doubt on NBA owners not being able to turn a profit.So the Kings getting sold for 525M!! And the owners ain't making no money huh? What the hell we have a Buy MUT 18 Coins lookout for. Get the hell out of here— LeBron James (KingJames) January 21, 2013 lockout! My bad. U know what I meant— LeBron James (KingJames) January 21, 2013 James may have a https://www.mmogo.com/
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