George, Gavin and Phil Maloof leave Sleep Train Arena after a game between the Sacramento Kings and Los Angeles Lakers in 2012. The Maloof family, which sold the Kings in 2013, is getting back into major-league sports by becoming owner of a the NHL franchise in Las Vegas.
George, Gavin and Phil Maloof leave Sleep Train Arena after a game between the Sacramento Kings and Los Angeles Lakers in 2012. The Maloof family, which sold the Kings in 2013, is getting back into major-league sports by becoming owner of a the NHL franchise in Las Vegas. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
George, Gavin and Phil Maloof leave Sleep Train Arena after a game between the Sacramento Kings and Los Angeles Lakers in 2012. The Maloof family, which sold the Kings in 2013, is getting back into major-league sports by becoming owner of a the NHL franchise in Las Vegas. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com

Former Sacramento Kings owners about to get hockey team

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