The Kings have seen average NBA regular season ticket prices for their games significantly fluctuate over the last six years. Until the 2013-2014 season, the two years prior saw average ticket prices below $20 for the Sacramento Kings regular season. The following year, 2013-14, prices rose 194% to an average ticket price of $50 and then the next two years saw prices dip at small percentages. The Kings experienced another large increase for this current 2016-2017 season with an increase of 81%, changing from a $36 ticket price in the previous year to $65.
(Data updated 10/28/2016)
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2016 Kings Season Preview
The Sacramento Kings were able to win 33 games last season, which is the most games they have won since their 2007-2008 season. For other teams, this might not seem as a solid season but for the Kings this is an improvement, but as they enter the 2016-2017 season changes to the roster and coaching staff could jeopardize the improvements from last season. In May, Dave Joerger was hired as the new head coach for the Sacramento Kings and has taken the unusual task of coaching during the summer league in the purpose of the staff and himself to find their roles before the regular season. The Kings roster will rely on big players, Willie Cauley-Stein and DeMarcus Cousins, who averaged 26.9 points per game last season. Cousins has had concerns as the 2016 season approaches with the decisions that management has made by trading for No. 13 Georgios Papagiannis and drafting No. 28 Skal Labissiere. The Sacramento Kings will be playing their last season at the Sleep Train Arena as the Kings make the move to the new Golden 1 Center next season. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Kings at home or on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for the Sacramento Kings’ tickets.
Sacramento Kings Basketball at Sleep Train Arena Address: 1 Sports Pkwy, Sacramento, California, 95834
The Kings play their home games at Sleep Train Arena, located in Sacramento, California. When filled to capacity, Sleep Train Arena holds more than 17 thousand screaming Kings fans. One of the loudest arenas in the NBA due to hardwood floors, fans are entertained during stoppages in play by Slamson, the Kings’ enthusiastic lion mascot. The Sacramento Kings home bench is on the Sleep Train Arena court side in front of section 116. Sleep Train Arena parking information is covered in our Kings event guide.
Kings vs. Warriors
With the Kings and the Warriors separated by under 90 miles, bragging rights between the two organizations and the fan bases is always on the line. This rivalry will only heighten as both teams continue to improve on the basketball court. Regardless of the record, the intensity level is always high when the Kings and the Warriors meet.
Kings vs. Lakers
As state rivals, the hostility is always high when the Kings and the Lakers meet up. This rivalry heated up in the late 1990s and reached its peak when Sacramento and Los Angeles met in the 2002 Western Conference Finals. During that span, the two teams met in the postseason in three straight seasons making this one of the best rivalries in the league at the time.
Kings in the NBA Finals, Western Conference Championships and NBA Playoffs
The Kings organization has had success over the years as they have won an NBA title to go along with a Western Conference championship. Since moving to Sacramento, the Kings are still searching for their first title, but they have won multiple division titles over the years. The franchise had the most success in the early 2000s as they were always fighting for a Western Conference championship.
2015 Sacramento Kings Season Preview
The Sacramento Kings come into the 2015-16 season with as much optimism as they have had in years. The Kings were able to draft highly touted forward Willie Cauley-Stein, and were able to sign veteran point guard Rajon Rondo. The Kings also picked up experienced swingman Caron Butler, as well as prospect Seth Curry to give Sacramento the most depth that they have had in years. DeMarcus Cousins should benefit instantly from the pass first play of Rajon Rondo, and the Kings go from basement dweller in the Western Conference to possible playoff contender in a single season. The biggest question for the 2015-16 Sacramento Kings will be if they can come together as a team. With so many new pieces, it may take some time for the Kings to begin to click on all cylinders. Look for the Sacramento Kings to be greatly improved in 2015-16.
2014 Sacramento Kings Season Preview
The 2013-14 NBA season looked very familiar to the Sacramento Kings. The Kings finished the year with a 28-54 record and in 4th place in the Pacific Division, the exact same place that Sacramento was in the previous year. To avoid another 28 win season, the Sacramento Kings shook up their roster for the 2014-15 season. The Kings said goodbye to Quincy Acy, Isaiah Thomas, and Jared Cunningham and replaced them with Darren Collison, Ramon Sessions, and rookie Nik Stauskas. The addition of Stauskas should give Sacramento a boost in perimeter shooting, and Collison will sure up the point guard position for the Kings. Looking at the Sacramento Kings 2014-15 schedule, the biggest question for Kings fans will be if Rudy Gay is worth his $19 million contract. Expect Gay to put up a career season for the Kings in 2014-15 and for DeMarcus Cousins to continue to quietly be one of the best centers in the Western Conference.
2013 Sacramento Kings Season Preview
They kept the Kings in Sacramento after a possible move to Seattle, and that was almost enough to make the 2012-13 Season a success after a 28-84 record. DeMarcus Cousins is one of the most talented centers in the NBA, but the maturity is still in question and will need to be corrected for the Kinds to have a chance at making moves up the Western Conference ladder. The defense is in question, and the Kings hope the additions of Carl Landry, Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, Greives Vasquez and Ben McLemore will help solve some of the defensive problems. Sacramento will open up its season on Nov. 1 at home against the Clippers before making the short trip to Oakland the next evening to play Stephen Curry and the Warriors. Other key home games will be vs. Oklahoma City on Dec. 3, vs. Houston on Dec. 15, and against Lebron James and the Heat on Dec. 27.
2012 Sacramento Kings Season Preview
For the sixth straight season, the Kings suffered through another losing year during the 201-12 season, finishing at 22-44 and 14th in the Western Conference. The season saw the departure of head coach Paul Westphal, and the new tenure of current coach Keith Smart. As slowly as they started off the year, the Kings improved as the year went on and there is certainly plenty of talent on the roster that could be a solid foundation for the future. Ultimately, the Kings have a number of bright spots and a few areas where they will need to see major improvement to take the next step toward playoff contention. The offseason allowed the Kings to add depth in key places along their roster, including the signing of point guard Aaron Brooks, who spent time with the Rockets and Suns last season. The team also swung a trade with Toronto for small forward James Johnson, who is expected to become an immediate starter and improve the team's scoring attack. However, the Kings' biggest move may have come during the draft when they landed one of the best players in the draft, forward Thomas Robinson from Kansas. He should provide an immediate boost to the depth at the position and imposing size for the Kings in the paint. With all of the moves the Kings have made in the offseason, they may have a chance to field a pretty potent starting lineup. At point guard, Isaiah Thomas was a welcome rookie surprise during last season and has quality backups in Brooks and Jimmer Fredette. At shooting guard, Tyreke Evans can shift back and forth between both guard spots, while Marcus Thornton provides a great change of pace behind him. At forward, Jason Thompson and James Johnson should see significant time, as they ease Thomas Robinson into the lineup. Perhaps the team's strongest suit is at center with Demarcus Cousins. The 6'11" is a major presence underneath the basket and could have a few All-Star appearances in his future. In Keith Smart's first season at the helm, the Kings will have to continue to show progression on both ends of the court. Only time will tell if the players will buy into Smart's system and find cohesiveness, but the team certainly has plenty of talent to build on for the future and has made great strides in the offseason to finally get back to postseason contention.
2011 Sacramento Kings Season Preview
After being spared moving to Anaheim, the Sacramento Kings’ fans have a lot to cheer about besides their team not moving away. Two of the most intriguing young players in the NBA play for their team in the forms of former Rookie of the Year guard Tyreke Evans and power forward DeMarchcus Cousins. The team ranked fourth in the league in rebounds thanks to Cousins’ amazing rookie year. If the team can get around these two players, then Sacramento will be back in the playoffs soon.
2010 Sacramento Kings Season Preview
The Sacramento Kings won a disappointing 25 games last season, landing them near the bottom of the Western Conference. However, with a long list of returning starters and improving young talent, there's a chance that the Kings could surprise some people and return to the playoffs for the first time in five years. The Kings are lead by reigning Rookie of the Year Tyreke Evans. The 6-foot-6 Evans averaged more than 20 points a game, while dishing out 5.8 assists and grabbing 5.3 rebounds per contest during his first season as the team's point guard. Joining Evans is Omri Casspi, who showed promise in his first year in the NBA. Sacramento also made several acquisitions during the offseason that should improve their chances of entering the posteason. The team drafted Kentucky standout DeMarcus Cousins, who should be able to make an immediate impact at power forward. The Kings also picked up center Samuel Dalembert in a trade with the Philadelphia 76ers. With Carl Landry and Jason Thompson down low as well, the Kings will have a solid frontcourt lineup.
2009 Sacramento Kings Season Preview
The Sacramento Kings head into the 2009-2010 NBA season looking to rebound from their NBA worst record last year. The Kings hired new Head Coach Paul Westphal to energize their franchise and take Sacramento in a new direction. Westphal has some talented young Kings to work with, including new draft pick Tyreke Evans who will likely play point guard for the Kings. Evans joins Kevin Martin in the backcourt and has Andres Nocioni and Spencer Hawes upfront to help lead the Kings.
2009 Sacramento Kings Season Preview
The Sacramento Kings are one of the hardest teams to put your finger on in the NBA right now. They are obviously in a rebuilding situation but the talent they have will still make them hard to knock out of a Western Conference playoff run. With Ron Artest, Kevin Martin and upstart guard Kevin Martin, you never know how a Sacramento Kings game at the ARCO Center might go, and how many points they can score in a hurry.
Sacramento Kings News - 11/23/2016
The Sacramento Kings saw a rise in their power rankings from the No. 21 spot to the No. 19. The Kings experienced at four-game losing streak but were able to break that when they played the Raptors last Sunday with a final score of 102-99. The Kings will finish off the week with games against the Oklahoma City Thunder and Houston Rockets, with average ticket prices falling under $70 for each game.
Sacramento Kings News - 11/9/2016
The Kings have come out of their four-game losing streak with two wins in matchups against the Toronto Raptors and New Orleans Pelicans. The Sacramento Kings will have two more games this week against the Los Angeles Lakers at home and then on the road versus the Portland Trail Blazers. Average ticket prices for the home game at the Golden 1 Center are currently at $69, but prices fall to $40 for the matchup in Portland. In the week three rankings the Kings fell one point to No. 23 and will be looking to move back up in the NBA rankings.