And the fans fill the building. And the enthusiasm rekindles enthusiasm and momentum toward a new...
And the fans fill the building. And the enthusiasm rekindles enthusiasm and momentum toward a new arena. So, OK, maybe a modern sports/entertainment complex that enables owners to remain competitive and attract events and concerts will remain only a dream. But I don't believe that.
Taylor is too smart, Johnson is too committed, local leaders too eager to buy in. That's what the Maloofs have to do. Buy in, emotionally. At a time when jobs are scarce, finances are spent, spirits are down, and sports and entertainment are the undeniable, ultimate escape, the Maloofs can raise their voices and lift a region. They can be beloved again, can be successful in Sacramento again. Stick with us, and then it's on us.
Any new arena will require a collaborative undertaking, requiring the people to contribute by supporting the team, embracing the Maloofs and understanding modern economic realities.
But that's for another day.
If there is another day.