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Not advocating for Beasley or anything...Red Flags! He does fill a need of a scoring 3/4. This just struck me as the type of potential deals floating around the league. The Kings could easily offer something better than the proposed deal. In Geoff We Trust.
A good interview of the Kings' Head Coach where he talks about Isaiah's emergence, DeMarcus' dominance, and Tyreke's adaptation to a new role.
also has him listed as the biggest surprise to everyone BUT... no surprise, himself.
"This is much bigger than basketball," said Justin Marshall, representing the grassroots group Fund Arena Now Sacramento, in comments to the supervisors. "It's going to provide more nightlife." Councilman Steve Cohn, who has opposed previous arena proposals, said, "This one is different. It is fair to the taxpayers. This is the first time I've felt we are really going to get this thing done." The authority would borrow against future revenue, generating cash for the arena while giving the city more control over parking rates and other issues than the original plan. Such an authority could create a firewall protecting the city's general fund in case future revenue falls short. The City Hall source stressed that the city will explore all possibilities. But at least one council member said she would favor a plan that gives the city more control. "I could support that plan if it comes down to that," said Councilwoman Bonnie Pannell. The council is expected to take two votes next Tuesday – one on the "term sheet," the other to authorize staff to issue a request for proposals from the bidders on the parking plan.
I was not there but I was told that our group was called "militants" by a CAVE troll. I say to that person, "Why thank you!" I was also told the business leaders were very happy to see us. #Respect
"Because it's an adjustment period that he has to go through, and it's unfortunate when you come in with a lot of hype. Steph Curry, who I coached last year, came in out of Davidson and struggled early on. But he kept getting better and better and better. And he had players that could take a lot of — he had a Monta Ellis — that could take a lot of slack. Monta could get into the paint and make passes and he could just knock down open shots."