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Wouldn't of been that hard, let the seahawks fall behind 3 on the opening drive in any game n watch him in the game day chat, its funny.

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Wouldn't of been that hard, let the seahawks fall behind 3 on the opening drive in any game n watch him in the game day chat, its funny.


Hey me and you do the same thing, when its a close game you and I always seem to leave the chat around the same time mister. :th2thumbs:

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Wouldn't of been that hard, let the seahawks fall behind 3 on the opening drive in any game n watch him in the game day chat, its funny.


Hey me and you do the same thing, when its a close game you and I always seem to leave the chat around the same time mister. :th2thumbs:


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Hell yeah! I guess it was inevitable, but it's another step.

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Gotta agree with you there. Don't think there's another job that pays grade school level goons 6 figures salaries for sitting on their asses and clocking out 5 hours early. Family wage jobs, my ass.

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I hate the longshoremen.

I have had to deal with them for years. Overpaid imbeciles.


Gotta agree with you there. Don't think there's another job that pays grade school level goons 6 figures salaries for sitting on their asses and clocking out 5 hours early. Family wage jobs, my ass.


Where can I apply?

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I hate the longshoremen.

I have had to deal with them for years. Overpaid imbeciles.


Gotta agree with you there. Don't think there's another job that pays grade school level goons 6 figures salaries for sitting on their asses and clocking out 5 hours early. Family wage jobs, my ass.


Where can I apply?


I'm pretty sure your IQ is too high for that job.


Your welcome. :D

Just want the move to happen if its going to happen. Sick of this "not quite news" news.

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I would say that I bet there are some Longshoreman members here that would consider that a personal attack. Elitist mentality strikes again from people that evidently don't know the history of longshoreman. It's mechanized now a lot more but at one time nothing moved in this country without them and it was one of the most dangerous jobs you could have.

I suppose Loggers and Miners, Fisherman, also fall into your imbecile category also.

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I hate the longshoremen.

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I was a longshoreman once, kinda sorta, worked the fish dock in Homer, AK. But, I was just an underpaid imbecile :mrgreen:

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When do tickets go on sale :3: :180670:


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RT @FOX40: Source tells @JimCrandell that Kehriotis has $350 million, with a verbal commitment of $400 million. #Kings

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And I want an Aston Martin Vanquish, doesn't mean I can afford one. We'll see how realistic this minority owner's backing is. I'm skeptical.

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According to the source, the group thinks it needs $750 million to buy the team and build the arena. The source, who is involved in the purchase effort, says the investment group currently has $350 million and a verbal commitment for $400. That would meet the goal.

This plan, the source says, is not site specific. The group could consider the railyards, Downtown Plaza and the current arena site in Natomas.

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RT @FOX40: Source: Minority owner John Kehriotis wants to buy the #Kings without any city money invovled.

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RT @FOX40: Source tells @JimCrandell that Kehriotis has $350 million, with a verbal commitment of $400 million. #Kings

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And I want an Aston Martin Vanquish, doesn't mean I can afford one. We'll see how realistic this minority owner's backing is. I'm skeptical.

Here is the story with more info from fox40.com

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FOX40 News was told Monday night by a source, wishing to remain anonymous, about a new group led by current Kings minority owner John Kehriotis. Kehriotis currently holds 12.2% of the Kings franchise.

According to the source, the group thinks it needs $750 million to buy the team and build the arena. The source, who is involved in the purchase effort, says the investment group currently has $350 million and a verbal commitment for $400. That would meet the goal.

This plan, the source says, is not site specific. The group could consider the railyards, Downtown Plaza and the current arena site in Natomas.


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I still think this will come down to there being a deal in place and some money put down before all these new groups came into the mix or any arena deal in Sacramento.

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A too good to be true deal comes out of left field right before KJ's set to announce his plan and that's BAD for Seattle?

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I think that might've been KJ's whale honestly, we'll see.

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Seems like pretty bad news but I guess we'll wait and see if this deal is legit. Hard to imagine the team moving if they have that kind of offer on the table.


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I dont think it means anything, dudes only worth $360 million? compared to the money the Seattle group brings to the table? The NBA is going to look at that and think the best long term viability of the franchise is to go with the money team in Seattle, Sacramento's best shot is Burkle, not this guy.

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A too good to be true deal comes out of left field right before KJ's set to announce his plan and that's BAD for Seattle?

We're going to be fine.


This. I think this only screws Sacramento more.

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It's all about the money. The NBA needs a team in Seattle. After they lost the Grizzlies they now have one area without teams that in the past had teams and supported them ( Sonics and Grizzlies) The Seahawks and Mariners also draws fans from the East states such as Idaho and Montana. A good Seattle team may well do so also.

Sacramento is a smaller media market by quite a bit. It is served by teams already. The nearest is the Warriors. I see the NBA doing what is best for the league and Media deals, and its not staying in Sacramento.


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Too little too late. Sacramento may not want to admit it, but they are playing for 2nd place (ie an expansion team or another cities team)

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Every team in the NBA will be worth %30 more with the Sonics instead of the Kings. You think these guys (owners committee) ain't motivated to grease some skids?

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Well according to reports Mayor Johnson is set to reveal his entire plan tomorrow at some point and time giving names of his whales, an arena plan and financing.

The plot thickens, I personally see it as if Sacramento can get a deal that is close or equal too the Hansen/Ballmer groups deal then they are probably staying Sacramento.

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Well according to reports Mayor Johnson is set to reveal his entire plan tomorrow at some point and time giving names of his whales, an arena plan and financing.

The plot thickens, I personally see it as if Sacramento can get a deal that is close or equal too the Hansen/Ballmer groups deal then they are probably staying Sacramento.

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Well according to reports Mayor Johnson is set to reveal his entire plan tomorrow at some point and time giving names of his whales, an arena plan and financing.

The plot thickens, I personally see it as if Sacramento can get a deal that is close or equal too the Hansen/Ballmer groups deal then they are probably staying Sacramento.

Then we pay even more!

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Last night the Sac city council voted to fund negotiations and exploratory type stuff regarding an arena deal with KJ's still unnamed whales (expect them to be named tomorrow). The Sac City Manager said they'd like to have a preliminary term sheet presented to the city council in April. Remember when McGinn, Constantine, and Hansen announced they had negotiated a deal before it even went through the council process? That's where Sac wants to be, and their deal is going to suck money from the general fund by using a very questionable funding mechanism through leasing their public parking to private companies for decades. Add to that there is now a second investment group with a too good to be true plan that is only going to serve as ammunition for the anti-pubic subsidy crowd and cause a ton of confusion for Sac.

In other words, see y'all at the Key this fall.


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Last night the Sac city council voted to fund negotiations and exploratory type stuff regarding an arena deal with KJ's still unnamed whales (expect them to be named tomorrow). The Sac City Manager said they'd like to have a preliminary term sheet presented to the city council in April. Remember when McGinn, Constantine, and Hansen announced they had negotiated a deal before it even went through the council process? That's where Sac wants to be, and their deal is going to suck money from the general fund by using a very questionable funding mechanism through leasing their public parking to private companies for decades. Add to that there is now a second investment group with a too good to be true plan that is only going to serve as ammunition for the anti-pubic subsidy crowd and cause a ton of confusion for Sac.

In other words, see y'all at the Key this fall.


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I'm slowly doing a 180, with the Robinson trade, how hard sacramento is fighting for a downright terrible team, and the negative perception that will cloud seattle if we "steal a team," I'm about ready to say f it and hope we get an expansion team in a few years. The Kings are TOXIC.


Edit: Mainly talking about the state of the kings roster/in the future. I understand ownership will change and gm/coach but they owe a lot of picks, don't have a ton of cap room and have a questionable team comp that probably needs to be gutted.

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Last night the Sac city council voted to fund negotiations and exploratory type stuff regarding an arena deal with KJ's still unnamed whales (expect them to be named tomorrow). The Sac City Manager said they'd like to have a preliminary term sheet presented to the city council in April. Remember when McGinn, Constantine, and Hansen announced they had negotiated a deal before it even went through the council process? That's where Sac wants to be, and their deal is going to suck money from the general fund by using a very questionable funding mechanism through leasing their public parking to private companies for decades. Add to that there is now a second investment group with a too good to be true plan that is only going to serve as ammunition for the anti-pubic subsidy crowd and cause a ton of confusion for Sac.

In other words, see y'all at the Key this fall.


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Where and when?:smile:

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I'm slowly doing a 180, with the Robinson trade, how hard sacramento is fighting for a downright terrible team, and the negative perception that will cloud seattle if we "steal a team," I'm about ready to say f it and hope we get an expansion team in a few years. The Kings are TOXIC.


Edit: Mainly talking about the state of the kings roster/in the future. I understand ownership will change and gm/coach but they owe a lot of picks, don't have a ton of cap room and have a questionable team comp that probably needs to be gutted.


If the weren't a mess, they wouldnt be relocating.

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The sonics weren't (until ownership created one).
I thought the kings were in good position to rebuild, gut the vets(big contracts) let the young guns play and get a high draft pick. Now they're down a tp 5 pick, a second rounder next year and who knows if they'll keep tyreke (they could have moved him)

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Sup with this report of Hansens group not making 30 mill non-refundable payment? Maloofs already said that payment was made


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Some Orlando sports show host said Hansen didn't pay the 30M, one if the Maloofs said that was untrue earlier today


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Sup with this report of Hansens group not making 30 mill non-refundable payment? Maloofs already said that payment was made


Report was inaccurate. One of the Maloofs confirmed it earlier.

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"Minority owner has 750M to keep Kings in Sacremento"

http://blog.seattlepi.com/sonics/2013/0 ... acramento/

If this is true....................


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that's the same report. 350 from his end, 400 mill in verbal commitments, whatever that means in the real world.

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"Minority owner has 750M to keep Kings in Sacremento"

http://blog.seattlepi.com/sonics/2013/0 ... acramento/

If this is true....................

Already been discussed in this thread.

Remember this?

http://www.emeraldcitycenter.com/

These type of 'too good to be true' plans act more to muck up the focus of the serious stuff than anything else. You think KJ and his guys want talk of a supposedly public spending free plan going on right now? It's a huge distraction for their more realistic pitch and gives ammo to all of the NIMBY types.


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Some of you need to stop worrying, we have the upper hand. An agreed deal, that the maloofs can't back out of, an arena plan that's far ahead any arena deal sacramento, or this dude can come up with in a months time, and we got good money writing the checks. Teams coming to Seattle, everything until the BOG meeting is just noise.

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And I hereby decree that Blitzer shall stay away from all Sonics/Kings news for the next 7 days. It's for your own good, dude. KJ is going to announce the whales tomorrow, a hype train will get started, and there is going to be a lot of buzz that isn't necessarily in touch with reality. Let things settle before you get too worked up (which you know you won't so stay away! get in your panic room).


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And I hereby decree that Blitzer shall stay away from all Sonics/Kings news for the next 7 days. It's for your own good, dude. KJ is going to announce the whales tomorrow, a hype train will get started, and there is going to be a lot of buzz that isn't necessarily in touch with reality. Let things settle before you get too worked up (which you know you won't so stay away! get in your panic room).


Buts its soooo hard, but I will try my best Pink.

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Some of you need to stop worrying, we have the upper hand. An agreed deal, that the maloofs can't back out of, an arena plan that's far ahead any arena deal sacramento, or this dude can come up with in a months time, and we got good money writing the checks. Teams coming to Seattle, everything until the BOG meeting is just noise.


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I really want to have what you're trying to say explained to me, but I also don't...and want to leave it as a piece of performance GIF art that we can all take our own meaning from.


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The $30 mil was paid and is nonrefundable. This has been confirmed by the Maloofs. The Hanson deal would have to fall apart for it to even be possible for the Maloofs to take other offers.

The ball is in Chris Hanson's court, people, and he is driving the lane.

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Kevin Johnson "state of the city" announcement coming up on the Kings part of the speech. Rumors would tell me that there's going to be some bad news for Seattle. Fingers crossed, but here goes.

Link if anyone's interested: http://sacramento.cbslocal.com/live-video-kmax/


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