Here is a look at the Timberwolves’ attendance over the last 14 seasons, starting with the 2003-04 season, when the Timberwolves last made the playoffs and reached the Western Conference finals.

2003-04 (coached by Flip Saunders): 58-24 overall/31-10 at home, 17,635 (11th in NBA)

2004-05 (Saunders/Kevin McHale): 44-38/24-17, 17,181 (15th)

2005-06 (Dwane Casey): 33-49/24-17, 16,150 (25th)

2006-07 (Casey/Randy Wittman): 32-50/20-21, 15,998 (24th)

2007-08# (Wittman): 22-60/15-26, 14,476 (25th)

2008-09 (Wittman/McHale): 24-58/11-30, 14,505 (27th)

2009-10 (Kurt Rambis): 15-67/10-31, 15,101 (25th)

2010-11 (Rambis): 17-65/12-29, 15,242 (24th)

2011-12* (Rick Adelman): 26-40/13-20, 17,490 (15th)

2012-13 (Adelman): 31-51/20-21, 16,340 (21st)

2013-14 (Adelman): 40-42/24-17, 14,564 (27th)

2014-15** (Saunders): 16-66/9-32, 14,528 (29th)

2015-16*** (Sam Mitchell): 29-53/14-27, 14,175 (29th)

2016-17 (Tom Thibodeau): 30-44/19-19, 14,584 (30th)

 

# — First season after Kevin Garnett was traded to Boston; * — Ricky Rubio’s rookie season; ** — Andrew Wiggins’ rookie season; *** — Karl-Anthony Towns’ rookie season.