This could be us.
Sitting at a sports bar here over the weekend, the televisions were divided between a Yankees-Red Sox game and late-night highlights from the Masters.
“Hey, can you turn on the Kings?” a patron asked. “Oh, sure, are they playing?” was the response from a bartender fetching the remote.
How far they have fallen. It wasn’t too long ago — just a decade — that Sacramento and Indiana were two up-and-coming NBA darlings, two small-market teams challenging the New Yorks and L.A.’s of the basketball world.