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When Nowhere Is the Only Place to Go

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Nowhere is a gift and a curse.

The Sacramento Kings are going nowhere.

The Sacramento Kings are going nowhere.

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It's not everyday that you can see Rome crumble. The velocity at which the Kings' arena deal ruined itself was impressive, really. To hear the Maloofs' hired assassins tear down our city and its deal was both compelling and cringe-worthy. To hear an economist with no experience in this deal, a man hired 48 hours before the fateful press conference, tell us that the deal would put Sacramento on the edge of financial ruin --...

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