NBA Board of Governors Delay Kings Vote
Seattle mayor Mike McGinn said today that the city has been informed that there will be no vote taken when the NBA Board of Governors meets this week in New York.
An NBA spokesman later confirmed the news to The Seattle Times.
McGinn made the comments at a press conference today to talk about the earlier agreement concerning improvements being made to KeyArena in concert with Chris Hansen, who has made an agreement to buy the Sacramento Kings.
The vote would potentially take place a week or two later, though it would not have to be scheduled at any specific time. Sources have said the league can vote later without again assembling — via e-mail, for instance.