Team Sauerland will attempt to better Sacramento Kings potential World Noise Record

Oct 30, 2013; Sacramento, CA, USA; Sacramento Kings fans hold up purple glow sticks before the game between the Sacramento Kings and Denver Nuggets at Sleep Train Arena. Mandatory Credit: Ed Szczepanski-USA TODAY Sports

On Friday night, Sacramento Kings fans will attempt to break the indoor World Noise Record currently held by the Bradley Centre at 106.6 dBA, home to the Milwaukee Bucks.

During Wednesday night’s victory over the Brooklyn Nets, Sacramento fans came close to the record multiple times and were a few thousand people short of a sellout, unlike Friday night where Sleep Train Arena is expected to be at maximum capacity for the nationally televised game against the Detroit Pistons.

It’s expected that the record will be shattered relatively easily, though, it may only last one night – that is if Team Sauerland has their way.

According to a press release, MusikTeatret Albertslund, which is located just outside Copenhagen will be host to a fight which will feature WBA & WBO Intercontinental Middleweight Champion Patrick Nielsen, where fans will attempt to break the noise record which will likely be set the evening prior in Sacramento.

Team Sauerland´s world record challenge is using a similar hashtag to the Kings fan inspired ‘#HereWeRoar’, but adding ‘KO’ to the end as exampled -  ‘#HereWeRoarKO’.

Topics: Sacramento Kings

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