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24/7 Wall St.: 13 Pro Teams Running Out of Fans

12. Milwaukee Bucks

10-yr. attendance decline: -19.0 percent
2001-2002 W-L record: 41-41 (5th in Central Division)
2011-2012 W-L record: 31-35 (3rd in Central Division)
League championships last decade: None

In the 2001-2002 season, the average home game attendance for the Milwaukee Bucks was 18,178. That figure fell to 14,718 by the 2011-2012 season. The team has generally had sub par performance ever since it traded team star Ray Allen for Gary Payton, who just played out the remainder of the season before heading off to the Los Angeles Lakers. In the last 10 full seasons, the team has only notched three winning seasons. According to Forbes, the Milwaukee Bucks are considered the least valuable team in the NBA with a market value of just $268 million. The Lakers, considered the most valuable team, has a market value of $900 million.(AP Photo/Morry Gash)

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