Average Home Attendance 1985-2008 (K = Sacramento Kings, S = Seattle SuperSonics)

1985

K- 10,333

S- 8,032,

1986

K- 10,333

S- 8,692,

1987

K- 10,333

S- 12,008,

1988

K- 16,517

S- 12,920,

1989

K- 17,014

S- 12,244,

1990

K- 17,014

S- 12,443,

1991

K- 17,014

S- 14,315,

1992

K- 17,317

S- 15,805,

1993

K- 17,317

S- 14,682,

1994

K- 17,317

S- 15,457,

1995

K- 17,317

S- 17,007,

1996

K- 17,317

S- 17,072,

1997

K- 14,767

S- 17,072,

1998

K- 16,750

S- 17,072,

1999

K- 17,562

S- 15,018,

2000

K- 17,317

S- 15,630,

2001

K- 17,317

S- 15,630,

2002

K- 17,317

S- 15,451,

2003

K- 17,317

S- 15,541,

2004

K- 17,317

S- 15,255,

2005

K- 17,317

S- 16,475,

2006

K- 17,317

S- 16,198,

2007

K- 17,317

S- 15,955,

2008

K- 14,150

S- 13,355

SACRAMENTO’S attendance was HIGHER than Seattle’s for 21 OUT OF 24 SEASONS since the Kings moved here in 1985. Sacramento has sold out 17 out of its 28 seasons. If you think Seattle supports their Sonics more than Sacramento does for its Kings then you are only kidding yourself, numbers don’t lie! The Maloofs have threatened to move the Kings for the last few years and BACKED OUT on an arena deal. Fans have lost trust in their team due to all of the Maloof’s nonsense. Give us new owners and our trust and attendance will go back up.

NBA, SACRAMENTO DESERVES TO KEEP IT’S TEAM! TWO WRONGS DON’T MAKE A RIGHT!

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(Source: http://www.apbr.org/attendance.html)

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