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Former Cats are reppin’ BBN out in Sacramento

 

 

The tweets above are courtesy of the Sacramento Kings Media Relations Director, Devin Blankenship. It sounds like now that Patrick Patterson has joined forces with Boogie and Chuck in Sacramento, the Kings have become BBN-West. That’s what I like to hear, boys. Once a Cat, always a Cat.

 

I don’t mean to start a firestorm in the comment section, but imagine if that franchise was Louisville-bound, instead of most likely on its way to Seattle? Yowza.

 

 

@McCarthyKSR

Article written by Andrew McCarthy

17 Comments for Former Cats are reppin’ BBN out in Sacramento



  1. Ridge Runner
    7:51 pm February 24, 2013 Permalink

    Gang, lets pick it up with our online voting here. Mizzu’s Haith leading Cal (29% to 24% currently) –and we only have 3 days left to vote in this round.

    You can vote once per day…
    http://promo.espn.go.com/espn/contests/infiniti/2013/



  2. Ridge Runner
    7:55 pm February 24, 2013 Permalink

    KSR, just a suggestion but many folks need a reminder every once in awhile. Please post this Infinity Coaches Challenge poll (above) in your posts once a day at least with some “shout out”. Time running out and will hate to give in to Mizzu/Haith without a fight.



  3. Swoony
    7:55 pm February 24, 2013 Permalink


  4. PennsylvaniaWildcat
    8:06 pm February 24, 2013 Permalink

    Just logged into ESPN and voted for Cal. So proud of what he’s done for the state of Kentucky and beyond. Living in the Northeast, I am so proud of the check that the team presented to victims of Sandy prior to the Maryland Game. “Once a Cat, always a Cat”. That’s what I say. Go Big Blue!!!!!!!!!



  5. dave
    8:06 pm February 24, 2013 Permalink

    AD has 20 & 8 tonight while boogie has 14 & 9. solid work



  6. Noel'sACL
    8:07 pm February 24, 2013 Permalink

    The Kings suck as much as uofk.



  7. Bluekzu
    8:10 pm February 24, 2013 Permalink

    I agree. The opportunity to see NBA caliber players in person would be a nice treat for bball fans in ‘The Ville”



  8. Noel's MCL
    8:20 pm February 24, 2013 Permalink

    I love the Kings and UofK…don’t be so sore



  9. Reality Check
    8:21 pm February 24, 2013 Permalink

    If the NBA is so great, why not bring them to Lexington. They can play in that garbage can the Cayuts play in.



  10. Yowza!!
    8:26 pm February 24, 2013 Permalink

    Imagine if there were enough uofl players in the league (or more than 1 on the same team) that could have a debate on the greatness of their program. Too bad there will never be. Yowza!!



  11. Apologist
    8:36 pm February 24, 2013 Permalink

    The NBA is garbage basketball. Stop already with the bring it to Kentucky references



  12. katzrjamers
    8:50 pm February 24, 2013 Permalink

    @1-just voted, didn’t hurt a bit. In fact, felt good to help a local organization. BTW, I own a Toyota proudly assembled in Georgetown, KY. GO UK



  13. Reality Check
    8:50 pm February 24, 2013 Permalink

    I actually thought about what I would post, before I posted above. Self-confessed Moron as is evident.



  14. Noel'sACL
    8:52 pm February 24, 2013 Permalink

    You want something that makes sense? Won’t be coming from me, I can assure you. Still working on getting through grade school.



  15. Big cat
    9:43 pm February 24, 2013 Permalink

    #9 it’s paid for , I here theirs a repo sign need in louisville.



  16. Mid Major
    10:40 pm February 24, 2013 Permalink

    It doesnt take a whole hour to figure out SEC basketball sucks.



  17. ZombieLibrarian
    3:05 pm February 25, 2013 Permalink

    As a former Kentuckian living in the Seattle area, allow me to say that I am definitely glad they are most likely headed this way and not to the festering stinkhole that is Louisville.