3.29: Anaheim approves funding for Kings
SportsNet Central brings you the news that the Kings are one step further towards leaving the Bay Area.
By the Sacramento Kings as we know -- could be in their final -- this after the Anaheim City Council unanimously approved a 75 million dollar bond deal to entice the team in relocating. Two Orange County Anaheim City Council voted five nothing for the measure. To a round of applause from the packed City Hall earlier tonight the kings must file for relocation by April 18 and Sacramento mayor Kevin Johnson says that big choices are. -- You know for quite some time they've been trying to get a new arena here it hasn't happened for a variety -- without pointing fingers. That it's a business decision and right now the economics make more sense for them in the decisions that they're evaluated. For them to be in Anaheim than you do with Sacramento on it's much that I don't like that I don't believe the grass is greener and kind of Sacramento the fact that I've -- -- -- prize -- -- not. But they're gonna have to explore that option and we have to respect that.