Ailene Voisin

Sacramento Bee

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Sports columnist for the Sacramento Bee

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Today was the day the Maloof Brothers, who own the  Sacramento Kings , were set to apply for relocation to Anaheim.

A Third NBA Team for Southern California?

Today was the day the Maloof Brothers, who own the Sacramento Kings , were set to apply for relocation to Anaheim.

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