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Chris Webber Involved In Effort To Keep Kings In Sacramento
Published April 13, 2011
LAST HURRAH? In Sacramento, Jason Jones notes Kings players "have no idea" if tonight's season-ending game against the Lakers at Power Balance Pavilion "will be their last game as the Sacramento Kings." The Maloofs have "until Monday to apply for relocation to Anaheim," and the family "will discuss its options" at the NBA BOG meetings this week in N.Y. Tonight's game is "expected to be packed with nostalgic Kings fans seeking a win over the rival Lakers," and "because the Kings have been selling standing-room-only tickets, the game potentially could exceed the 17,317 sellout total" (SACRAMENTO BEE, 4/13). The BEE's Voisin writes, "Tonight is about a special place, special fans, and, yes, a special opponent" (SACRAMENTO BEE, 4/13).