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Unclebuck
05-02-2004, 11:13 AM
For the Pistons v Nets game #1. Where is the Pistons playoff fever.




http://www.detnews.com/2004/pistons/0405/02/d02-139859.htm



4,200 tickets left for Pistons' Game 1


By Chris McCosky / The Detroit News


AUBURN HILLS ó Hey, what happened to Pistons playoff fever?

The Pistons announced Saturday that some 4,200 tickets are still available for Game 1 on Monday night.

Where are we, New Jersey?

The Nets routinely fail to sell out playoff games, but the Pistons have had 22 consecutive sellouts. Because of a short turnaround between the first and second rounds, though, tickets sales havenít been quite as brisk.



By the way there are some 3000 tickets left for the pacers game #1 Thursday night

ROCislandWarrior
05-02-2004, 11:17 AM
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Wait till the Nets make this a series

SycamoreKen
05-02-2004, 11:24 AM
Maybe it has something to do with the NBA's idiotic scheduleing. This series should have started yesterday. One game a day for the next week? No wonder people are falling asleep and forgetting the playoffs are going on.

PistonsDynasty
05-02-2004, 12:32 PM
Got mines.

Put the Palace always sell-outs. Pistons lead in the NBA in attendance plus 27 str8 sell-outs.

Like the other guy said "idiotic scheduleing."

Trust me it's going to be 22,050+ at the Palace lound as <bleep>

whodean
05-02-2004, 02:51 PM
That game will sell out, in fact I expect every Detroit home playoff game to sell out.

ChicagoJ
05-03-2004, 12:54 PM
Got mines.

Put the Palace always sell-outs. Pistons lead in the NBA in attendance plus 27 str8 sell-outs.

Like the other guy said "idiotic scheduleing."

Trust me it's going to be 22,050+ at the Palace lound as <bleep>


Official attendance is measured on ticket sales, so you lead the league in attendance, in part, because your gym has so many seats. The Bulls are also among the league leaders so that doesn't really mean anything.

FWIW, I love your gym. After I went to a game in the Palace in the mid-1990's (Terry Mills was six-for-six on three pointers in the midst of hitting 15 straight over three games.) I became a big proponent of tearing down that awful fire hazard known as MSA with its 6' wide concourses.