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How the Maloofs plan on paying for this summer's free agent spending spree...

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How the Maloofs plan on paying for this summer's free agent spending spree...

LOL, awesome!

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LOL, awesome!

Again, Kings priorities are re-signing Jason Thompson and then seeing if they can find another vet...

Again, Kings priorities are re-signing Jason Thompson and then seeing if they can find another vet that won't break the bank.

Twitter Via Jason Jones @ mr_JasonJones Breaking the Bank? Really. It must be so nice to spout this stuff and not be able to put out opinions about the owners, Jason Jones. How about shades of last year in FA...

Sources confirmed an ESPN.com report from Sunday night that Sacramento was among the teams talking...

Sources confirmed an ESPN.com report from Sunday night that Sacramento was among the teams talking with the Rockets, and it made perfect sense then that the Kings were suddenly bringing in a number of prospects expected to be taken later than their fifth pick. St. John's small forward Moe Harkless is among them, and the way in which he agreed to a Monday workout was revealing. Harkless worked out for Golden State (No. 7) on Sunday, and was then asked by the Kings to come by on Monday before leaving the region. The unique part, I was told, was that the workout was enough of an organizational priority that at least one member of the Maloof family that owns the team was among those team representatives doing the asking.

Sam Amick via Sports Illustrated Dear God, we're screwed.

Patrick Mulvaney Can't Get His Head out of His Maloof

Discuss here. Personally, I think the man has a penchant for deception and buggery. I for one, will never recommend his eatery at any firm I work for or any friends/family/client I ever know. Meanwhile, enjoy, Mulvaney. I hope it's worth your cheap-as-hell dining with the Melindas.

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Open letter to the Maloofs

Now that everything Kings related is cooling down, I'd like to take this opportunity to speak directly to the Maloofs, since this is apparently the only way that they will get messages since KHTK...

The Maloof family does not want to be in Sacramento. Think about anything you have ever wanted...

The Maloof family does not want to be in Sacramento. Think about anything you have ever wanted like a relationship or even a job. If you want nothing else than to get hired or fall in love, you don’t give up. You take risks and you figure out a way to make your dreams happen. The owners of the Sacramento Kings have shown none of that here.

May 8th, 2012 Rob McAllister at Cowbell Kingdom

David Aldridge Morning Tip On M*loofs

8. I wish the Maloofs would sell controlling interest in the Kings to Larry Ellison It's understandable that the family is uneasy being told by others what to do with its business. I wouldn't like it, either. But there isn't anyone in Sacramento who has any faith left in the Maloofs, and it's hard to see an arena ever being built there as long as they're owners, because what they consider negotiating is considered stalling and equivocating by city government officials, who've had enough after the latest arena deal fell through. Selling 51 percent or more of the team to Ellison would allow the Maloofs to stay on as co-owners while injecting desperately-needed capital into the franchise. And if they could convince Ellison to keep the team in Sacramento as a term of the sale, they'd be viewed as heroes in town instead of pariahs. I don't know Ellison's business plan, but he desperately wants an NBA team. And the Kings are the closest NBA team to Ellison's home base that aren't the Warriors, who Ellison tried to buy a couple of years ago, losing out to the Joe Lacob-Peter Guber group. If an arena deal was still possible in Sacramento for Ellison, it's hard to imagine him wanting to move the team less than 100 miles to San Jose, where he wanted to spirit the Hornets had he been able to buy them and move them out of New Orleans. And Ellison isn't going to move a team to Seattle; the whole point is to have a team he can go watch every night. *Intersting perspective from DA. Would you trust Ellison to not relocate if he bought the Kings?*

The main advantage [to amnesty] is the ability to go out and spend it again. That's not something...

The main advantage [to amnesty] is the ability to go out and spend it again. That's not something we've really had much discussion about, the second part of it. Just in it of itself, it just creates more room and less tax and if you're not going to spend the money again it doesn't make any difference.

From the extended Petrie Q&A on the SacBee Kings Blog. Apparently, Geoff didn't get the memo from George that they're totally ready to start spending money to make this team good.
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