I am just going to copy what he says. He posed the hypothetical question to a high-ranking NBA official about whether the Sacramento Kings could move their operations to Seattle, the league's next-best market, if the Kings are unsuccessful in their pursuit of a new arena -- which appears as if it will be the case. Seattle has a ready-made arena sitting in town going virtually unused, and it is in better shape than Arco Arena. The official said, however, that unless KeyArena is redone, it would not make sense for the Kings to move because they would not make enough money to recoup their relocation fee. Here's a thought: For the betterment of a league that clearly is having financial issues, why not waive the relocation fee? The only place that money is going is into the owners' pockets, a bribe, if you will, that paves the way for a smooth transition. There is nothing that says it can't be waived so that owners can be more financially solvent someplace else.