Sacramento Kings Will Try To Set Guinness World Record During ESPN Televised Game

The Kings will try to make the record books Friday night vs. Detroit. A judge from the Guinness World Records will be in Sacramento to measure sound levels as they try to break the record for indoor crowd noise.  The game will also air on ESPN, the Kings only game on the channel this season. They will have to top 106.6 decibels, set at the BMO Harris Bradley Center, home of the Milwaukee Bucks.

Team President and COO Chris Granger, via Sports Out West: 

“We will have a decibel meter here at the arena,” Granger added. “In fact, we’ll have it here on the 13th as well, so we’re going to practice on the 13th. And then on the 15th, we’ll have the decibel meter, we’ll have the judge here. You get three cracks at making a record.

“I’m sure we’ll break it, knowing our fans, on the first try, but we have three tries in case we need it.”

Dream chasin'

4 Comments

  1. Nick

    11/15/2013 at 9:49 PM

    Way to be original Sacramento.

  2. Paul Maggard

    11/15/2013 at 10:03 PM

    and now the followers are following from basket ball too way to go SEATTLE SEAHAWKS FOR SETTNIG THE TREND

  3. David Handberg

    11/15/2013 at 10:50 PM

    If they set it, when we get our sonics back it is for sure getting set by us!! hahaha Bring Em Back!!

  4. fez

    11/16/2013 at 1:44 AM

    I bet they could be annoying at 106.6 decibels

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