I hope they read this in Sacramento, where they’re gearing up to build a $477 million arena for the Kings. Over half will be paid by the city, which during the recession had six unemployed workers for every available job in the area and was hit by a record number of foreclosures. (Fewer homeowners = fewer property taxes paid into the city’s coffers.) They also evicted and seized the land of the Macy’s department store downtown, where they plan to build the arena, after claiming they would build it in a depressed area that was in desperate need of development. Their basketball player mayor, Kevin Johnson, is convinced the arena will bring jobs and more money to downtown, but it has yet to be proved that any sports venue has paid back what it cost to build it. More typically, they create ghost towns when games aren’t playing at home.