Some are indeed better than others. Obviously it’s different when the fans are coming out to support a great team - compared to when you are stuck as a middle of the road team for a while. The Kings are a good example of this, Cowbell kingdom was wild back when they had Webber. I like to think of other teams around the league based on what I’ve seen, trying to take into consideration what the team is like. Lakers: Not terrible, not great. Very bandwagony attendance, but all it takes is Lebron and they are seemingly about it again. Heat: Could be low key one of the weakest. Always seems like people choose that they would rather be on the beach than cheer on their team. Raptors: I’d put them in the top 5, Canada is densely populated so it makes sense how many people conglomerate when the Raptors are in the playoffs. Warriors: I don’t want to because it’s the Warriors, but you gotta pay respect. I’d put them in the top 5 as well, but they can get right out of there if they start bandwagoning or showing up in Laker Jerseys at the first sign of the Lakers being better than them. Spurs: About as basic/fundamental as Pops playbook. Clippers: Weak. Wolves: Weak. Kings: Also top 5, because while the team has been mediocre; the fans haven’t completely given up hope. I’m sure if there were to be signs of life in the Kings that place could be a nightmare to play at. My top 5: Rip City Toronto Golden State Sacramento Tie: Memphis/Philly/Utah - although I’d expect Grizzlies tickets to be much cheaper and easier to come by now that they are in a rebuild. Wish the Sonics were still around, missing out on so many years of a great I5 rivalry between two good teams.