NBL Sets New Season Attendance Record
The National Basketball League (NBL) has set a new regular season attendance record in its 40th season.
688,712 fans attended home and away games during the 2017-18 season, an average attendance of 6,149 per game. This broke the previous record of 5,939 set in 2016-17.
Last weekend's final round attendance of 52,597 was the second highest attendance for a round in NBL history.
The Perth Wildcats recorded the highest ever attendance for a club during an NBL season with 183,689 fans attending their home games.
Melbourne United also enjoyed a 12% increase in attendances this season with average crowds jumping from 7,402 to 8,293.