Sunday, October 23, 2016

Will Downtown Kansas City Ever Get The Pro-Sports Team We Were Promised???

Almost a decade ago, Mayor Kay Barnes said that a pro-team would come to Downtown Kansas City IF voters approved the $300 MILLION Sprint Center project based on nothing more than big talk . . . In the aftermath, there has been a great deal of hype about the place as a concert venue but it's mostly the last stop on national tours for b-list acts. Even worse, the arena is rapidly aging an hasn't helped the P&L District from costing local taxpayers more than $15 MILLION a year worth of financing.


Still, hope remains that the promise of an NBA team could finally fulfill one of the most shameful broken promises in Kansas City.

Take a look:

Kansas City Sports: Kansas City And NBA Expansion

10 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Promise the world and never deliver.

Welcome to KCMO Politcs

Anonymous said...

Barnes lied so what is new about that?

Anonymous said...

If you want to see a bunch of smack talking, rap listening, criminal black men chasing after one another, just go down to Prospect and Paseo, you don't need the NBA.

Anonymous said...

Every developer and huckster knows that you don't do anything in KC without the help of the taxpayer. No team owner in his right mind will move here without guarantees.

Anonymous said...

KC city goverment = LIES

Anonymous said...

Yael was in full cheerleader regalia for Kay Barnes' failed policies toward Power and Light District and Sprint Center.

Funny, he doesn't bring that up anymore.

Tommy Flanagan said...

The city has failed to support the last NBA franchise it had as well as the last NHL franchise it had. Not a good track record. Kay Barnes'
lie can go in the lie hall of fame with the check is in the mail, I will respect you in the morning, if you like your plan you can keep it, if you like your doctor you can keep him/her and I won't cum in your mouth.

Anonymous said...

@The city has failed to support the last NBA franchise it had as well as the last NHL franchise it had. Not a good track record.

So we're still being punished for a basketball franchise that left in the mid 80s and a NHL franchise that left in the mid 70s.

Yet people are talking about a expansion football team for STL. Get real man.

Anonymous said...

Fuck the African't Ballet. Bring back Roller Derby.

Anonymous said...

The 5th most popular venue in the United States, 3 rd in profit.
We don't need a 3rd rate sports team
Basketball games are the most expensive tickets in the country, this city wouldn't support a Hockey or Basketball team