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Tweet Your Sacramento Kings Support To NBA BOG Members & Owners On Twitter

In just a matter of days or potentially weeks (depending on how long the process is extended), the NBA’s Board of Governors will determine the fate of the Sacramento Kings franchise and while many say fan impact is small, we’re not a firm believer in that. Every voice has a story and every story deserves to be heard no matter the impact, big or small.

Below you’ll find the twelve person grouping that makes up the NBA’s Relocation Committee and while not all members are on Twitter, a small handful use the social networking site and spend time engaging with fans.

Be sure to send your support for the Kings to the five BOG representatives on Twitter. Of course, there’s no need to spam them – a simple tweet will do.

Micky Arison- Miami Heat: https://twitter.com/MickyArison
Ted Leonsis- Washington Wizards: https://twitter.com/TedLeonsis
Greg Miller- Utah Jazz: https://twitter.com/GregInUtah
Robert Sarver- Phoenix Suns: https://twitter.com/RobertSarver
Jeanie Buss – Los Angeles Lakers: https://twitter.com/JeanieBuss
Herb Simon- Indiana Pacers
Clay Bennett- Oklahoma City Thunder
Jim Dolan- New York Knicks
Wyc Grousbeck- Boston Celtics
Larry Tanenbaum- Toronto Raptors
Glen Taylor- Minnesota Timberwolves
Peter Holt- San Antonio Spurs

In addition to the committee members on Twitter, there are a handful of other NBA owners on the social networking site:

Mark Cuban – Dallas Mavericks: https://twitter.com/mcuban
Paul Allen – Portland Trail Blazers: https://twitter.com/PaulGAllen
Dan Gilbert – Cleveland Cavaliers: https://twitter.com/cavsdan
Adam Aron – Philadelphia 76ers: https://twitter.com/SixersCEOAdam
Robert Pera – Memphis Grizzlies: https://twitter.com/RobertPera

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