After much debate and an NBA record of $625 million from Chris Hansen and the rest of Seattle group, the league's owners have decided to keep the Kings franchise in Sacramento. Following a reported four-hour meeting, the final vote revealed that 22 of the 30 owners voted in favor of keeping the team put. And before you say "Seattle lost," we've got some good news for you.
Check out what deputy commissioner, chief operating officer and future commissioner of the NBA (effective February 2014) Adam Silver had to say:
NBA's Adam Silver says he expects Seattle to get a franchise in future after new TV deal is made.— Marc J. Spears (@SpearsNBAYahoo) May 15, 2013
[via Inside Hoops]