Because David Stern's vote counts more than the other votes, because Stern is the ultimate "first among equals" in the NBA, it bears at least passing note that it was he, in the end, who made Sacramento happen.
Kyrie Irving won't be the only one with stars in his eyes on NBA draft day. The rest of us get to feel good at the draft, too. So bring on all the upside, even if it only lasts for a little while!
A city said goodbye to its team on Wednesday amid tears and resignation. And in a sign of the times, the likely transition from the Sacramento Kings to the Anaheim Royals was captured on reality TV.
Fan-friendly Wayman Tisdale transformed basketball in Oklahoma ... and did it with a smile on his face.
Was anybody on the NBA's Board of Governors paying attention during the Tim Donaghy scandal? The decision to allow bets on NBA games to be taken in the Maloof family's casino is cause to wonder.
Ron Artest's domestic violence charge leaves the Kings in a difficult place, Mark Kriedler writes.
The NBA Western Conference is a parade wrapped in a circus in the middle of a street carnival, Mark Kreidler writes.
As Chris Webber visits Sacramento in a Sixers uniform, expect warm memories to prevail.
Mark Cuban's new money-making scheme isn't new, but it is novel in the world of sports.
Buzzer beaters, wild comebacks and a Cinderella team? Yes, the NBA has had quite a tourney in May.
The point of re-signing Mike Bibby wasn't just to beat the Lakers but to win an NBA title.
The NBA playoffs are still about finding a way to beat Shaquille O'Neal and the champion Lakers.
Why Lakers still team to beat