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If in fact there was a deal and it was sent to league hq. Ron has nothing to say about it now his agent. If King Stern who loves Ron anyway, does not lower the boom on Ron then the whole league will be run by the players. So it all depends on IF it was sent to Stern or not. And what He is going to do about it. But we don't know if any of this is true or not.
So basically I might say a little prayer tonight hoping that the deal was sent to league hq.
If it was sent to league hq, can the Pacers or Kings back out of it?
IDK, I did not think we could, but apparently you can. I have said this like 8 times, but we are not getting the full story that much is obvious. How come we have heard from Pacers brass, but nothing from Kings brass?
Artest nixes trade to Kings
By Martin McNeal -- Bee Staff Writer
Published 1:02 pm PST Tuesday, January 24, 2006
[Updated: 3:30 p.m., Jan. 24] Shortly after Kings President Geoff Petrie agreed Tuesday morning to trade Peja Stojakovic for Ron Artest of the Indiana Pacers, Petrie received a telephone call from Artest's agent informing him that Artest did not want to come to Sacramento, according to sources close to the deal.
According to those sources, the call from Artest's agent, Mark Stevens, apparently led Petrie to call the deal off with the Pacers.
When Petrie received the call from Stevens, officials with the National Basketball Association were still looking at the deal before giving the league's formal approval.