The wait to see where the Kings will call home next season will continue for at least another week.
The NBA Board of Governors are scheduled to meet this Thursday and Friday in New York, and there was speculation they might vote on whether the team will be moved to Seattle or stay in Sacramento.
Although the board, which is made up of the league's owners, may discuss the proposed sale of the Kings, there will be no vote, multiple media outlets reported.
The Seattle Times reported via Twitter that a vote might take place after the meetings via email, but not in person.
Part of the reason the owners won't vote this week is that the offers seem to keep changing.
The Seattle group, which is headed by venture capitalist Chris Hansen and Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, increased its offer by $25 million last week.
The Sacramento group, which is led by Sacramento mayor Kevin Johnson and Golden State Warriors minority owner Vivek Ranadive, may modify its offer on Wednesday in response.