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The NBA’s Best Home Fanbases Of 2014-15

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Prior to this entertaining 2014-15 NBA season was a stellar 2013-14 season and a myriad of player movement through the draft or free agency in the offseason. Once LeBron James decided he was going home, Pau Gasol chose Chicago, and Kobe Bryant said he’d be ready to return, the NBA’s fans were ready for one crazy basketball season. A lot of fanbases think they’re the greatest at every game, but we decided to settle that.

Here, we’ll look at the top fanbases in the NBA by attendance at home games in the 2014-15 season, starting with number 10:

10. Utah Jazz – 18,813 fans per game

The Jazz come in at number 10, averaging better than 18,800 fans per game in what is yet another tough season for the team out of Salt Lake City. One thing is for sure, these fans are committed to their team despite the struggles in the last couple of years. Things are looking up, however, now that Gordon Hayward is healthy, Trey Burke and Rodney Hood are getting a better feel for the NBA game, and Rudy Gobert is their new dew defensive man in the middle who’s still on his rookie contract.

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