SBJ/April 3 - 9, 2006/Turnstile Tracker

NBA ticket sales (through March 27)


Home team Dates
Total
Avg.
% cap. Previous Change (2004
-05)
Atlanta Hawks
34
496,860
14,614
78.0%
13,978
4.5%
34
Boston Celtics
36
599,753
16,660
89.5%
15,677
6.3%
36
Charlotte Bobcats
34
554,088
16,297
85.7%
14,649
11.2%
34
Chicago Bulls
34
719,960
21,175
97.5%
19,778
7.1%
34
Cleveland Cavaliers
36
692,723
19,242
93.6%
18,889
1.9%
34
Dallas Mavericks
36
723,702
20,103
104.7%
20,033
0.3%
36
Denver Nuggets
35
593,820
16,966
88.8%
17,436
-2.7%
35
Detroit Pistons
33
728,508
22,076
100.0%
22,076
0.0%
34
Golden State Warriors
35
638,298
18,237
93.1%
16,111
13.2%
33
Houston Rockets
36
554,867
15,413
85.7%
15,915
-3.2%
35
Indiana Pacers
35
567,352
16,210
88.4%
16,761
-3.3%
34
Los Angeles Clippers
34
585,684
17,226
90.4%
16,807
2.5%
38
Los Angeles Lakers
34
641,210
18,859
99.3%
18,802
0.3%
35
Memphis Grizzlies
35
554,239
15,835
87.4%
16,738
-5.4%
34
Miami Heat
35
698,122
19,946
101.8%
19,847
0.5%
36
Milwaukee Bucks
35
578,511
16,529
88.3%
15,683
5.4%
33
Minnesota Timberwolves
35
567,847
16,224
83.8%
17,148
-5.4%
36
New Jersey Nets
33
549,784
16,660
82.6%
14,819
12.4%
35
New York Knicks
35
658,836
18,824
95.2%
19,498
-3.5%
35
N.O./Okla. City Hornets*
35
632,123
18,061
94.2%
13,901
29.9%
34
Orlando Magic
34
523,146
15,387
89.0%
14,684
4.8%
33
Philadelphia 76ers
35
569,749
16,279
80.2%
17,630
-7.7%
34
Phoenix Suns
37
656,491
17,743
96.3%
17,534
1.2%
32
Portland Trail Blazers
34
505,030
14,854
74.3%
16,393
-9.4%
33
Sacramento Kings
35
606,095
17,317
100.0%
17,317
0.0%
36
San Antonio Spurs
34
639,098
18,797
100.0%
18,250
3.0%
36
Seattle SuperSonics
35
565,782
16,165
94.7%
16,450
-1.7%
35
Toronto Raptors
34
572,136
16,828
85.0%
17,082
-1.5%
34
Utah Jazz
36
659315
18,314
92.0%
18,942
-3.3%
34
Washington Wizards
37
631,093
17,057
84.6%
17,131
-0.4%
33
TOTALS
1,046
18,264,222
17,461
90.8%
17,212
1.4%
1,035

* Three games played at New Orleans Arena, the rest at the Ford Center in Oklahoma City.
% cap.: Tickets sold as a percentage of seats available at home games.
Previous: Last season’s average on same date.
Change: Difference between current average and last season’s average.
Max.: Highest single-game ticket-sales count for current season.
Min.: Lowest single-game ticket-sales count for current season.
98%+: Number of current-season games with tickets sold for at least 98 percent of available seats.
75%-: Number of current-season games with tickets sold for less than 75 percent of availabale seats.
Notes: Teams can exceed 100% capacity because of standing-room-only ticket sales. Data based on sales totals posted immediately following games. It does not reflect any subsequent adjustments made by teams and leagues
Source: Timothy Brandt, for Street & Smith’s SportsBusiness Journal

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