How should we cover the Kings while they are still the Kings and not the Sonics?

I can’t speak for everyone, but for the first time in a long time I returned to one of my favorite websites when I was in high school today, www.hoopshype.com. Some things have changed since I left, but they still have ultra-concise scouting reports on basically every player in the NBA and salary data for every team going forward.

I began looking at the Sacramento Kings future salaries, future free agents, and scouting reports on some of the players I’ve spent the last five years not-watching.

That brought me to a question that I feel is really important.

I’ve gone out of my way to be respectful to Kings fans on this website. It’s a really awful thing that’s happening to them. I don’t think it is Seattle’s fault, or Chris Hansen’s fault, but I still feel bad about it. It’s the same way you feel bad when you find out that some family of four you didn’t know lost their father in a car accident. You feel bad because you’re a human being. You feel bad because you’ve also experienced loss in your life.

That said, if the Kings are going to come to Seattle, we’ll have another sport worth of content to add to this website in less than a year. That’s really awesome for us, but leads to less comfortable questions:

What do you want to know about the Kings, and how will you deal with the Kings while they are still the Kings? Obviously the Kings local TV deal doesn’t extend to Seattle, but will you watch the Kings if they’re on national TV? Will you follow their box scores? Will you check into their cap and draft situation? What do you want us to do?

Please answer the following questions and we’ll cater our Kings coverage to your desires. (select as many as you please)

How do you want us to cover the Kings?

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