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Sellout streak continues for Golden State Warriors

The National Basketball Association (NBA)’s Golden State Warriors franchise has sold out its 41 regular season home games for the seventh consecutive season.

Following the conclusion of the 82-game NBA season, the Golden State Warriors announced during its final game at Chase Center (pictured) that the franchise had reached the milestone.

The Warriors’ sellout streak now stands at 418 consecutive games, with its regular season home game finale against the Los Angeles Lakers boasting a capacity crowd of 18,064.

The sellout streak dates back to December 18, 2012, and is inclusive of regular and postseason games. It is the fourth-longest active streak in the NBA.

Some 95% of The Warriors’ season ticket members have also already renewed or committed for the 2022-2023 NBA season, showcasing the desire to continue the sellout streak.

Other NBA teams with long-term sellout streaks include the Dallas Mavericks and Miami Heat.

The Warriors franchise is also set to begin its first-ever playoff run at Chase Center, with single game tickets for the First Round of the 2022 NBA Playoffs now on sale.

The franchise played its home games at Oakland Arena for almost 40 years before relocating to Chase Center, which opened in 2019.

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