The Kansas City Kings Move Their Franchise To Sacramento

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By Titan Frey The Rochester Royals won the 1951 NBA Finals but moved to Cincinnati, then to Kansas City, and finally to Sacramento, where they became the Kings. Fadeaway World is back with another installment in our series of NBA franchises moving to different cities and their reasons for the move. We last covered the Buffalo Braves and their move to San Diego and then to Los Angeles to become the Clippers. In this week’s installment, we will take a close look at why the Kansas City Kings packed up and moved to Sacramento. The Kings Franchise Gets Its Start As The Rochester SeagramsThe Sacrame…

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