Sadly, Kings' Move Will Help Maloofs

USA Today

If this proposed deal to sell and move the Sacramento Kings goes through – today, tomorrow or, knowing the bumbling goofball owners, next year – there will be cheering in Seattle and tears of joy that’ll fall like that city’s raindrops. And that’s exactly when everyone should just check themselves.

A celebration? Really? Ripping one city’s heart out in order to transplant it into another is cause for a parade? Well, any way you look at this particular case, there’s nothing that’s good or noble, even if poetic justice is eventually served to Seattle.

That’s because this is all about a money grab. Not...

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