Joe and Gavin Maloof have owned and operated the NBA's Sacramento Kings since 1999. They have an obscene amount of money, like most team owners. And, like many owners — the Clippers' Donald Sterling comes to mind — the Maloofs are huge assholes.
Despite assurances to the contrary, it looks very likely that the Maloofs will move the Kings from Sacramento due to displeasure over fees and costs of a new stadium. Sacramento mayor and former NBA player Kevin Johnson has already expressed his disapproval, and fans — fans who thought their "Here We Stay" campaign had succeeded in keeping the Kings at home — are livid.
If the Kings do have to leave, though, here are a few suggestions for where they should move. (They're probably going to move to Anaheim, but then they'd HAVE to be known as the Los Angeles Kings of Anaheim, and there's already a Los Angeles Kings team — in the NHL; Wayne Gretzky played for them, once! — and that's way too confusing.)