The Anaheim City Council on Tuesday continued to pave the way for an NBA team to move to the Honda Center, approving a plan that allows for up to 60 more events at the arena each year.
The council’s vote comes at the same time that Sacramento continues to argue with the Sacramento Kings over an arena deal to keep that franchise up north.
The Anaheim council unanimously approved an environmental-impact report that would allow the Honda Center to hold 222 events per year, up from the current 162. An NBA team typically has 41 home games in a season and more than a half-dozen preseason games.
KFWB Sports Anchor Ted Sobel spoke with Phil Hulett and Andi Marshall about this possibility and it’s potential impact on Southern California’s basketball landscape: