“Sacramento Kings Fans Fuming Over Daniel Powter’s ‘What’s Changed?’ Tweet”

Sacramento Kings Fans Outraged Over Controversial Tweet

Sacramento Kings fans are in an uproar over a recent tweet by team owner Daniel Powter. The tweet read, “Sacramento Kings have made the NBA postseason for the first time since 2006. What’s changed?”

The tweet has been seen as a dig at the team’s long-standing struggles and has been met with anger and outrage from the team’s dedicated fans.

“It’s just insulting,” said Kings fan Bridgette Smith. “We’ve been through a lot with this team and we’re finally seeing some success. It’s an insult to our loyalty to have the owner poke fun at us like this.”

The tweet has caused a rift between the team and its fans, many of whom have taken to social media to express their displeasure. The team has yet to respond to the controversy but team officials have reportedly been in discussions about how to address the situation.

Meanwhile, Keegan Murray, the Kings forward who was just six years old when the 2006 postseason run occurred, is still counting down the days to his birthday.

“It’s been a long road,” said Murray. “But I’m excited to see what this team can do in the playoffs. I just wish Powter wouldn’t have been so insensitive.”

The 2006 season was a high point in the history of the Sacramento Kings, and one that the team and its fans have been striving to replicate in the years since. Unfortunately, it appears the team’s relationship with its fans has been damaged due to the controversy surrounding Powter’s tweet.

Only time will tell if the team can rebuild its relationship with its fans and make a successful playoff run.

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