Continuing coverage of the Sacramento Kings' new season after the city came close to losing the NBA franchise. The new season - and a new era for the Kings - started Oct. 30.
The Sacramento Kings will present their goals Tuesday night for the number of local and small businesses that would be involved in building a new downtown arena. The presentation will be made before the Sacramento City Council.
The City of Sacramento has asked the City Council to suspend the usual competitive bidding process for the downtown arena project.
Developers of a proposed downtown arena have submitted plans and some new artwork. Click on the files to the right of this story under "Related Resources" to see for yourself what the City of Sacramento has been officially presented.
The opponents of publicly financing a downtown Sacramento arena have collected 22-thousand petitions to put the matter on next June's ballot. But, arena proponents say half of the people who signed petitions have withdrawn their signatures.
Shaquille O'Neal played cricket before the game. Former King Mitch Richmond walked the purple carpet. New owner Vivek Ranadive revved up the crowd. Experience this celebratory season opener through the lens of CapRadio photographer Andrew Nixon.
The 29th home opener for the Sacramento Kings was unlike any before not only because the city almost lost the team, but because of all of the new things the new owners have brought to the table.
The Kings opened the 2013-14 season Wednesday night with a 90-88 victory of the Denver Nuggets at the packed Sleep Train Arena, marking the start of the Vivek Ranadive ownership era. Social media was abuzz, and we have the highlights.
People with businesses near Sleep Train Arena are happy to see another Sacramento Kings season, but those same people worry what will happen when the Kings move downtown.
As the Sacramento Kings open the 2013-14 season tonight - a season many fans feared they'd never see - listen back to the city's roller-coaster bid to keep the team in town for good.
The project design team for the Downtown Sacramento arena say the new building will "knock people's socks off."
The design and development team for the new downtown Sacramento arena will be presenting its ideas before the Sacramento City Council tonight.
Demarcus Cousins has signed a multi-year contract extension with the Sacramento Kings after leading the team in points, steals, rebounds, suspensions and technical fouls last season.
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