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Golden State Warriors Expected to Register 400th Consecutive Sellout Thursday Night

Team Holds Third-Longest Active Sellout Streak In The NBA

With a capacity crowd of 18,064 expected to enter Chase Center as the Golden State Warriors take on the Indiana Pacers tomorrow, Thursday, January 20, the Warriors will register their 400th consecutive sellout, setting a new franchise record. The current sellout streak, which includes home regular and postseason games, started on December 18, 2012, against the then-New Orleans Hornets. The streak does not include games during the 2020-21 NBA season due to limited capacity crowds.

Over the course of the sellout streak, the Warriors have compiled a home record of 300-99 (.752) through 399 regular season and postseason games, a mark that includes the team’s NBA record 54 consecutive regular season home wins, spanning January 31, 2015 through March 29, 2016.

Fans interested in purchasing single-game tickets for any 2021-22 Warriors home game can be purchased at warriors.com, or by calling 1-888-GSW-HOOP. Warriors.com offers fans the only verified marketplace for all Warriors ticket needs, including official resale tickets from Season Ticket Members and other fans, that is guaranteed by the Warriors organization. In partnership with Chase Center Founding Partner Ticketmaster, the Warriors resale marketplace offers a safe and convenient way for fans to access all levels of tickets throughout the regular season and playoffs.

Longest Active NBA Sellout Streaks

*as of 1/19/22

Team

Start Date

Streak

Dallas Mavericks

12/15/01

843

Miami Heat

4/23/10

471

Golden State Warriors

12/18/12

400

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