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Sacramento Kings Details

The Sacramento Kings may not be NBA royalty the same way that teams with dozens of championships are, but they certainly have a regal postseason history that is filled with memorable moments. Thanks to one of the most fun and interesting rosters in modern NBA history, the Kings found a way to go toe-to-toe with the league’s elites, often coming out on top in the process.

From 1999 to 2006, the Kings had a run of eight straight playoff appearances, thanks to a high-powered offensive style and the ability to put up points in bunches. The Kings were led by a nucleus of Mike Bibby, Chris Webber, and Vlade Divac, all of whom were able to impact the game in different ways. Bibby was a master distributor of the basketball, Webber was an excellent all-around player, and Divac combined the passing of a guard with the post presence and skill of a great big man.

Together, there weren’t many teams that could tangle with them, which was especially true in the 2002 playoffs, when the Kings made it to the Western Conference Finals. They got through the Utah Jazz and Dallas Mavericks to reach that point, before falling to the Los Angeles Lakers in the conference finals.

That series went the full seven games, with the Lakers winning by six points in the decisive game in the series. Only one game was decided by double digits for the entirety of the series, with the Kings taking that game. That speaks to just how close and competitive the series was, as the Kings were every bit as good as the Lakers in the series and just needed a few things to go their way in order to advance to the Finals.

When Do Kings Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?

Sacramento Kings playoff tickets usually go on sale near the end of the regular season, when the team is close to clinching a potential playoff berth. The team usually has a spot secured in late March or early April, but that can vary based on how well the team is performing relative to the rest of the Pacific Division and Western Conference as a whole.

How Much Do Kings Playoff Tickets Cost?

Tickets to see the Sacramento Kings in the playoffs can vary in price based on several factors. Chief among those factors is what section fans want to sit in, as seats closer to the court are typically more expensive than seats in the upper sections of the arena. Also, tickets to the conference finals and NBA Finals are usually more expensive than tickets to see the early rounds of the postseason, as you might expect. Overall, the average resale price to an NBA Playoff game is $171.