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Sacramento's Kings Bid Group Faces Deadline To Match Seattle Offer
Published April 12, 2013
Meanwhile, there is "growing sentiment from all sides" that NBA Commissioner David Stern is "determined to avoid having a sixth team change cities on his watch." Stern "still wields considerable influence, and strong signs persist that he's doing all he can to keep the Kings in Sacramento." A vote on the matter "likely will take place" at next week's NBA BOG meetings (USA TODAY, 4/12).