SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - Aaron Brooks has been in an awkward spot since news surfaced that the Sacramento Kings could be sold and moved back to his hometown of Seattle.
The Kings guard has no answers for family and friends who have been calling and texting for information. Even the excitement his brother, Alvertis, had when he showed up for a visit evaporated once he realized those in Sacramento might feel the same sorrow as when the SuperSonics left for Oklahoma City in 2008.
For Sacramento players, coaches and fans, this is not an easy time.
The Kings hosted the Dallas Mavericks on Wednesday night in the first game since the latest - and perhaps most serious - round of relocation talks began, and some fans contemplated whether they should keep supporting a team they love.

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