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The fourth-year power forward banged knees with teammate Travis Outlaw and is questionable to return against the Pistons
Kings forward Patrick Patterson banged legs with teammate Travis Outlaw during Sacramento's game against the Pistons on Friday night and left the floor.
Patterson was chasing down a loose ball at the end of the first quarter when his leg collided with Outlaw's knee. He was helped off the floor by trainers.
Both Patterson and Outlaw suffered left knee contusions, according to Jonathan Santiago. Outlaw was able to return, but Patterson's status is listed as "questionable."
Patterson came off the bench and played just three-and-a-half minutes before suffering the injury. He missed his only shot, a three-point attempt, in his time on the floor.
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The Sacramento Kings set a Guinness world record tonight for the loudest indoor arena in sports. The fan noise clocked in 119.5 decibels for the record. The Kings have boasted one of the most raucous crowds in sports throughout the years—most notably during the Chris Webber days of the late ’90s and early ’00s. This is a welcome story for a franchise which has endured seasons...
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The Sacramento Kings have set a record for the loudest roar at an indoor stadium.
The Kings said a sellout crowd of 17,317 at Friday night's game against the Detroit Pistons broke the previous Guinness Book of World Records mark of 106.6 decibels set by Milwaukee Bucks fans in 2008 three times.
Sacramento fans reached 124.9 decibels during a first quarter timeout. The crowd...
The Sacramento Kings broke the Guinness World Record for indoor crowd roar Friday night while playing against the Detroit Pistons on ESPN. Fans let out their loudest cheers during a timeout and the Sleep Train Arena measured in at 119.7 decibels, breaking the previous record of 106.6 held by the Milwaukee Bucks at the Bradley Center.
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Sacramento Kings fans have set a new Guinness World Record for indoor crowd roar.
The new record, set during the second timeout of the first quarter of Friday's game against the Detroit Pistons on ESPN, is 124.9 decibels. The previous record set by Milwaukee Bucks fans in 2008 was 106.6 decibels.
The current record for outdoor crowd noise at a sports stadium (137.5 decibels...