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April 24, 2013 at 10:12 AM

Sac Bee report — Kings employees told to “hang tight”

Sacramento Bee columnist Ailene Voisin wrote today on what may be ahead in the Seattle/Sacramento tussle over the Kings.

And included in the column is the news that Kings’ employees have been told to “hang tight” and begin preparing marketing and season ticket plans for the 2013-14 season.

That doesn’t necessarily indicate anything — obviously there is a chance the team could stay and it couldĀ  just be the usual course of business to proceed as usual until there’s a reason to do otherwise.

Voisin also notes that NBA commissioner David Stern is “anguishing” over the process of deciding whether the team stays in Sacramento or moves to Seattle.

Probably fair to say he’s not the only one.

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