- Family outing at a Colorado Kings basketball game
- Where: Overland High School
- Seating: General admission in the guest section, located right behind the team bench and DJ booth
- Door time: One hour before tip-off
Package Options $25 for a game package for up to five (up to a $60 total value)
- Admission for two adults (a $10 value each)
- Admission for up to three children (a $5 value each)
- Admission to the King's Court VIP lounge, which includes priority selection for halftime games and access to food vendors such as Ragging Hog Bar B Que. After the game, fans can stick around to collect player autographs and other prizes (a $5 value per person).
$45 for a game package for up to nine (up to a $110 total value)
- Admission for four adults (a $10 value each) * Admission for up to five children (a $5 value each) * Admission to the King's Court VIP lounge, which includes everything from above (a $5 value per person)
All games begin at 7:30 p.m. Choose from the following games:
- Against the Dallas Vandals on Saturday, December 21
- Against the Shizuoka Gymrats on Thursday, January 16
- Against the Shizuoka Gymrats on Saturday, January 18
- Against the US Army on Saturday, February 8
- Against the Shizuoka Gymrats on Saturday, February 15
- Against the St. Croix Renegades on Friday, February 28
The Scouting Report
Since their first season in 2009, the Colorado Kings have compiled a 77-7 overall record, establishing themselves as one of the American Basketball Association's top teams It probably doesn't come as a surprise, then, that the Kings were placed near the top of the league's power rankings when the season began in early October and are currently ranked #4 in the ABA. Thus far, they haven't disappointed. Through November 9, the Denver-based squad sprinted to a 9-3 record behind an exciting, high-scoring offense. In the coming months, fans can witness the Kings in action at Regis University, where they defend their home court against ABA rivals and any rival mascots who try to steal the rims to use as hula hoops.
The American Basketball Association has nearly 90 teams. But ever since their founding in 2010, the Colorado Kings have resided amongst the elite, leaving most of the league in their wake. During their inaugural season, the Kings made quite the impression: they went 24-1, and advanced to the ABA's Elite 8 round of the playoffs. Instead of celebrating that success by having all of its players dipped in gold, the team followed up with a record-setting effort in 2011, when it recorded an ABA-best 32 victories in a row. For as much success as the Kings have had on the court, they've also made an impact off of it. The organization's players give back to the community in a number of ways, including by running youth basketball camps and hosting charity golf tournaments.