SACRAMENTO, Calif. (FOX40) -- The NBA confirmed Tuesday that its Board of Governors will not vote on the sale of the Sacramento Kings this week, as had been expected.
A league spokesman did not say when a vote would take place.
The news initially broke after Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn told a reporter that the league informed him of the delay.
The NBA Board of Governors will still meet Thursday and Friday.
Meanwhile, a bankruptcy judge has given Seattle’s Chris Hansen the go-ahead to purchase a seven percent share in the team, pending league approval.