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    The Archives is Robert Small's résumé blog, Here, you can view his résumé and biography, his portfolio of his work in journalism and his work in multimedia.

    Small is a freelance journalist that currently writes about the NBA’s Sacramento Kings for Sacramento and

    He's held internships at various news outlets in Sacramento and wrote for the Kings’ Tyreke Evans for Rookie of the Year (RekeROY) campaign through Sacramento Press.

    He graduated from Sacramento City College with an Associate of Arts Journalism Publication Specialist degree.

    He earned a JACC Sports Game Story Honorable Mention writing for the school's student-run online publication at also wrote for it's print publication The Express.

    Small plans to transfer to Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, CA in the fall.

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Maloofs reject alternative plan

Posted by rc360 on March 28, 2011

Sacramento Kings fans had a lot to hope for in the past few days when a report came out that “money is in place” to keep the team from moving to Anaheim. Now, KTXL FOX40, the same outlet that broke the news, reports that the Kings owners, the Maloof family, have rejected the plan.

A Maloof spokesman issued this statement:

“A representative of the Maloofs listened to their plan in depth, but they do not have the financing in place and a renovation of the existing structure is not an adequate solution.”

FOX40 says that the plan was to renovate the Kings current arena while a new one was being built.

It is known that renovations to Power Balance Pavilion, the Kings’ current venue built in 1988, could not solve all the problems it currently has. In fact, it would be cheaper to build a new arena than to renovate it.

Read full story on Sacramento


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