By Dale Kasler
What could be the last Kings game in Sacramento is approaching a sellout.
The team announced today that fewer than 500 tickets remain for the game against the Lakers April 13.
Citing "overwhelming demand," the Kings said they are releasing a limited number of standing room tickets, including space for fans interesting on watching on TV in the East Lounge or Cantina Lounge on the fourth floor of Power Balance Pavilion.
The game is Fan Appreciation Night - ironic in light of the team's likely move to Anaheim after the season ends.
The Maloof family, which owns the Kings, has until April 18 to decide whether to ask the NBA for permission to relocate.