Vivek Ranadive testifies Tuesday in the trial challenging city’s arena deal with Kings. He disagreed when a plaintiffs’ attorney asked whether the parking spots and digital signboard rights were thrown into the deal by the city to quietly help preserve the long-term viability of the franchise in Sacramento.
Vivek Ranadive testifies Tuesday in the trial challenging city’s arena deal with Kings. He disagreed when a plaintiffs’ attorney asked whether the parking spots and digital signboard rights were thrown into the deal by the city to quietly help preserve the long-term viability of the franchise in Sacramento. Tony Bizjak tbizjak@sacbee.com
Vivek Ranadive testifies Tuesday in the trial challenging city’s arena deal with Kings. He disagreed when a plaintiffs’ attorney asked whether the parking spots and digital signboard rights were thrown into the deal by the city to quietly help preserve the long-term viability of the franchise in Sacramento. Tony Bizjak tbizjak@sacbee.com

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