Attendance for the2018-19 NBA regular season finished even with last year’s record mark. The league also set the all-time record for total sellouts for the fifth consecutive year with 760 games sold-out, while achieving 95 percent or more of arena capacity for the second consecutive year and second time in league history.
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The NBA sold out a record 760 games in 2018-19, including a Nets crowd that included LeBron James on the final night of the season. The league says its final attendance of 21,964,447 was its fourth highest. That was down from last season’s record of 22.1 million in 2017-18, after new or renovated arenas resulted in more than 141,000 fewer available seats this season.
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