The Kings played NBA basketball in Kansas City starting in 1972, achieving occasional success with players like Reggie King and Sam Lacey (battling Kareem Abdul-Jabbar). But a Sacramento, Calif., group bought the team in 1983 and moved it there in 1985.
The Kings played NBA basketball in Kansas City starting in 1972, achieving occasional success with players like Reggie King and Sam Lacey (battling Kareem Abdul-Jabbar). But a Sacramento, Calif., group bought the team in 1983 and moved it there in 1985. FILE PHOTO
The Kings played NBA basketball in Kansas City starting in 1972, achieving occasional success with players like Reggie King and Sam Lacey (battling Kareem Abdul-Jabbar). But a Sacramento, Calif., group bought the team in 1983 and moved it there in 1985. FILE PHOTO

Kansas City Kings photo caption omission, but not error

February 27, 2015 03:58 PM

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