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(02-21-2013 07:52 PM)SHowley2003 Wrote: Man that stinks! On a more positive note it is great to live in a community where the pros are so accessible. Here in Boston the only way to go to a signing is to buy a ticket to a collector's event and wait in line for an athlete that was paid big bucks to show up. Now I know the reverse side of that is Boston wins a bit more than the Kings, but still a worth while time for you and your son. This story brings home the value that a sports franchise can have in it's community. For your sake I hope they don't go to Seattle (though I do want the Super Sonics back).
(02-22-2013 03:43 PM)SHowley2003 Wrote: http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nba-ball-d...--nba.html
(02-22-2013 06:50 PM)SHowley2003 Wrote: The part about making trades to screw the fans and save a few bucks reminds me of when the C's traded for Vin Baker. It handcuffed the team for a couple of seasons, but it saved the old ownership about a million bucks on their way out the door. They had already sold he team and did the move to lower the salary figures they were responsible for in over their last few months.
(02-24-2013 12:47 AM)hellsbells Wrote: I'm also in Sacramento (live about 1/2 mile north of the Arena) and just picked up my first Thomas Robinson AU in a trade - the card hadn't even arrived in the mail yet when the trade w/Houston happened -
So if any Houston fans want to trade a Patterson for a Robinson - let me know!
(02-24-2013 05:07 PM)antriarc Wrote: Im a dad hoping that my son gets into basketball... I just recently pulled a robinson auto from limited. Its a shame because I like the kings as a young up and coming team, they just dont seem to make the best decisions.