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Pistons' Attendance Woes Underscore Need To Move Team Downtown
Published November 29, 2012
NO KINGDOM COME? In Sacramento, Tom Couzens writes the Kings' announced attendance of 10,741 for Tuesday's game against the T'Wolves at Sleep Train Arena "seemed like a stretch, especially to those watching on TV." There were "plenty of empty seats in the lower level and wide stretches of the upper level were empty" (SACRAMENTO BEE, 11/29).