NEW YORK (AP) — The Kings’ future in Sacramento is uncertain again.
A tentative deal for a new arena has fallen through, leaving open the possibility the team’s owners could again try to move from California’s capital.
The Maloof family said Friday it wants to remain in Sacramento, and Commissioner David Stern says he believes them. But Stern also said it was the Maloofs’ right to re-examine the deal that had been agreed to last month, and he says there is nothing more the league can do to broker a new one.
The Kings nearly moved to Anaheim after last season before agreeing to stay this season while the city tried to put together a plan to replace Power Balance Pavilion.