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NBA Advances Money For Pre-Development Costs After Kings Owners Balk
Published March 30, 2012
EXPLORE ALL OPTIONS: In L.A., Lance Pugmire reports the Maloof family has raised concerns about Sacramento's "ability to build a new arena complex in Sacramento by the 2015 NBA season." Rose said that if those concerns "aren't met the team will consider relocation again.” The Maloofs are also “disputing that they have a firm agreement to participate in a new entertainment and sports complex in Sacramento.” Rose said, "If an arena project cannot be completed by the timeline set by the city, then the Kings would be forced to explore all of their options." City officials, in a letter Tuesday to the Maloofs family’s attorney, acknowledged that “they are working to ease the owners' questions and concerns’” (L.A. TIMES, 3/30).