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September 28, 2013 12:00 AM

Sleep Train undergoing renovations for upcoming season

Saying they are sending a message that a new era begins now, the Sacramento Kings this month launched an ambitious upgrade of 25-year-old Sleep Train Arena, even though the building is outdated by NBA standards and likely destined for demolition in three years when the team moves to a new downtown arena.

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