The Sacramento Kings playoff history dates back to 1950 when they were the Rochester Royals. The organization won their first NBA championship the following year. After a stop in Kansas City, the franchise settled in Sacramento in 1985. The Kings had their most successful postseason streak in the late 1990s into the 2000s when they reached the Western Conference Finals once. The Kings have not reached the postseason in a few seasons, but the playoff tickets are usually one of the more popular tickets in the NBA. Sacramento Kings playoff tickets vary depending on game and season, but demand is always high. Sacramento Kings playoff tickets will grant you access to one game, and later games in series are purchased in the event that the series is extended passed the guaranteed 4 games. Score with Ticket City – the place to go for Sacramento Kings playoff tickets.
The Sacramento Kings last reached the Western Conference Finals in 2002 when they lost to the Los Angeles Lakers. The franchise is trying to reach the postseason for the first time since 2006 and reach the NBA Finals. In order to accomplish these goals, the Kings will have to make their way through a very tough NBA Playoff Schedule in the Western Conference. The West is always tough and this year is no different as all 8 teams have a chance to advance through the NBA playoffs. The Sacramento Kings playoff schedule is determined by their final seeding in the Western Conference, that seeding will determine home court advantage and game times as the Kings move through the Western Conference Playoffs.
- 2006: Lost NBA Western Conference 1st Round (San Antonio Spurs)
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