Warriors Surpass 10,000 Full Season Tickets Sold For 2012-13 Season
One Of Just Nine Teams In NBA To Have Sold At Least 10,000 Full Season Tickets For Upcoming Campaign

With single-game tickets set to go on-sale in two weeks, the Golden State Warriors announced today that the team has surpassed 10,000 full season tickets sold for the 2012-13 season. Currently, the Warriors are one of only nine teams in the NBA that have achieved 10,000 full season tickets sold for the upcoming campaign.

The Warriors averaged 18,858 fans per game in 33 home contests at Oracle Arena last season, which was the third-highest attendance average in team history. Overall, Golden State ranked 10th in the NBA in average attendance last season, marking the seventh-straight campaign in which the Warriors averaged greater than 18,000 fans per night at Oracle Arena, which has a capacity of 19,596. The Warriors are one of only seven NBA teams to average over 18,000 in attendance in each of the last seven years, joining the Chicago Bulls, Dallas Mavericks, Los Angeles Lakers, San Antonio Spurs, New York Knicks and Utah Jazz.

Single-game tickets for the upcoming season will go on-sale to the general public on Thursday, September 20.