According to Randy Youngman of the Orange County Register, Rob McAllister of KFBK/1530 in Sacramento reported that "Sacramento Kings owners Joe and Gavin Maloof met recently with Ducks owner Henry Samueli to discuss his proposal to bring the NBA franchise to Anaheim."
"McAllister of KFBK/1530 also reported that Samueli offered the Maloofs a $100 million loan as part of the proposal, to help cover the substantial cost of relocation and territorial rights fees, as well as help the Kings owners manage their debt," he wrote.
When asked for comment on the report by the paper, Michael Schulman, Ducks CEO and chairman of the Samueli-owned Anaheim Arena Management company, declined.
There have been plenty of rumblings the Kings may relocate -- especially if a new stadium for the team fails to be built in Sacramento, something that despite continual efforts from mayor Kevin Johnson, has yet to come to fruition.
The Kings could be a co-tenant of the Ducks in the Honda Center, so there wouldn't be a new stadium hurdle to leap.
Anaheim has also been listed as a potential market for the Hornets, should they relocate at some point in the near future.