The Sacramento Kings are staying put. The NBA’s Board of Governors has voted against a proposal for the Kings to be sold to a group looking to relocate the team to Seattle. The board followed last month’s recommendation from the relocation committee to leave the Kings in Sacramento, where the team has played since 1985. The Maloof family had agreed to sell a 65-percent stake in the team to the Seattle group earlier this year, but the league stepped in and gave Sacramento a chance to counter. The owners voted 22-8 to keep the team in California’s capital city.