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    Default Re: 2011 NBA Playoffs: (1) San Antonio vs. (8) Memphis

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    No, it would be like the Celtics trading Cerdric Maxwell.
    If this was 2004, Tim was still in his prime, and Manu suddenly became horrific - then it would be like trading Cedric Maxwell.

    Granted, McHale comparison isn't perfect, but I can't think of a better one. Early 90s, McHale was clearly on his way down, Bird had bad back but was still ok-ish. McHale is a more accomplished player, but overall, that situation reminds of the Spurs a lot.
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    I guess the Grizzlies attendance will be a hell of a lot higher now.
    In 49 states it's just basketball, but this is Indiana!

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    I guess the Grizzlies attendance will be a hell of a lot higher now.
    I wonder if Heisley uses the opportunity and ups the ticket prices. They've had by far the lowest ticket prices in the league the last few years - next to poor attendance.

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    I wonder if Heisley uses the opportunity and ups the ticket prices. They've had by far the lowest ticket prices in the league the last few years - next to poor attendance.
    Oh yeah I'm sure.

    When you're winning like the Grizzlies have, everyone is going to want to come out and see you.

    The price of Pacers tickets is average and next season, ticket sales will probably go up 2,000-3,000. I think the price of Pacers tickets is at a fair price so I don't see any kind of increase on those, but yeah the Grizzlies probably will to go with the attendance increase.
    In 49 states it's just basketball, but this is Indiana!

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