Since the Mike Bibby, Chris Webber, Peja Stojakovic, Brad Miller era ended in the 2005-2006 season the Kings have not made the playoffs, and have been playing below .500 basketball. This NBA season the Kings are still playing below .500 basketball, but there is hope for the future. The team is being sold to a group in Seattle which can potentially relocate this franchise. Besides that there is hope because the Kings have tons of young developing talented players. Fans night in and night out get to watch DeMarcus Cousins, Tyreke Evens, Jimmer Fredette, Thomas Robinson, and Isaiah Thomas develop. Tickets this year to the games haven’t been very popular and the stadium rarely fills to capacity, but this will change as the team continues to develop its young talent. The best place to check out Sacramento Kings tickets is Whiztix.com. This website is a free to use ticket search engine, which helps fans compare multiple event ticket selling sites. Tickets to Kings home games at the Sleep Train Arena aren’t selling out leading to great resale prices way below face value of the seats. According to Whiztix.com tickets to San Antonio Spurs vs the Kings on February 19, 2013 can be found for $8. Another great deal can be found on March 3, 2013 when the Bobcats travel to Sleep Train Arena; tickets to this game can be found for $7.
Sacramento Kings tickets are available for every home, and away game. Fans from all over the globe can see the Kings play and cheer their favorite team and players to victory. The Kings have 41 exciting road games giving fans multiple opportunities to see their team play at other arenas besides the Sleep Train Arena. Kings fans in Dallas can see their team play for $4 on February 13, 2013. Another great deal occurs on March 1, 2013 when the Kings travel to San Antonio to play the Spurs; tickets to this game can be found for $2.
Other cities the Kings will be visiting between January and April include Washington D.C., Boston, Philadelphia, New York, Salt Lake City, Memphis, Dallas, Atlanta, New Orleans, Miami, Orlando, San Antonio, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Denver, Phoenix, Houston, and Oklahoma City . Tickets to these games are selling out fast due to the low priced ticket value.