I was at my son's soccer league coaches meeting and a rep from the Wizards was there. They were making a big push for attendance for the final three games. He said their attendance goal was a 25% increase over last year. I don't think they've revisited their goals lately because that would take an average attendance of around 22,600 for the final three games. Three all time attendance records I doubt will happen. Even a 15% increase would require an average attendance of around 17,500. Again, I doubt that is attainable. I do, however think a 10% increase is attainable. The Wizards have to average 15,000 for the next three games to do it. Hear me out before you call me crazy. There are three games left and I'm going to take them in reverse order. The final game of the season is on a Saturday night. The game was really pushed at the meeting because it will be youth soccer night. The Wizards are selling tons of discounted tickets. This should be a boost to attendance. The Wizards traditionally do very well with their last game so this will add to the attendance. I'm hoping all things fall in to place and around 17,500 will attend. The next to last game is on the Saturday of Labor Day Weekend. The Wizards are having a fireworks display after the game. When promoted, the fireworks games have always drawn more than 19,000. I'll hope for 17,500 again. This leaves this Sunday's Night game. This is the make or break game of the three. Sunday nights are not traditionally a well attended game. The Wizards need 10,000 to attend on Sunday to make my scenario work. It's youth T-shirt night so this might help. I know I'm preaching to the choir but let's make it our best effort to get everyone we know to attend Sunday's game. It may be a pipe dream, but a double digit increase in attendance would be great. We could at least tell every attendance troll that says it's time to move KC to look at the trend. How many other teams had double digit increases?