While it's still hard to tell if the Kings are headed to Seattle, it is clear that a final decision will likely come later than expected. David Stern said yesterday that the issues involved in the battle over the Kings are "complex." We talk to Seattle Times reporter Bob Condotta. He's in New York. // Former Medina Police Chief Jeffrey Chen, after receiving a $2 million jury award because of racial discrimination, doesn't want his old job back. He has instead (surprise) opted to take the payout of $1.65 million in lost future earnings, which he would have had to give up if he went back to his old job. // Nearly one in five boys and 11 percent of American children have received a diagnosis for ADHD, according to numbers released by the CDC this week. A growing number of doctors worry the diagnoses is being overused. Unprescribed use of ADHD medication is also increasingly common. Slate writer Will Oremus questions whether drugs like Adderall and Ritalin might someday become recognized as a casual performance enhancer like coffee.