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PACERS COACH INVITES 1,000 FANS AS HIS GUEST FOR EASTERN CONFERENCE FINALS GAME 3
INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Pacers Head Coach Frank Vogel is inviting fans to be his guest for the decisive Game 3 of the WNBA Eastern Conference Finals on Tuesday, Sept. 27 at Conseco Fieldhouse. Tipoff between the Indiana Fever and Atlanta Dream is at 8 p.m.
The top-seeded Fever will play host to the No. 3-seeded Dream in a matchup featuring the Eastern Conference champions of the past two seasons. The winner will earn this year’s Eastern Conference championship and advance to next week’s WNBA Finals.
“As a coach, I know how important a home court crowd can be, and this Fever team deserves our support,” said Vogel. “I hope to see a great crowd on Tuesday night.”
Vogel will greet fans at the Conseco Fieldhouse Box Office on Monday, Sept. 26 at noon.
The first 250 fans will receive a voucher redeemable for four complimentary lower level tickets to attend Tuesday night’s Game 3 of the East Finals.
Fans that still remain after vouchers are gone may take advantage of a 2-for-1 ticket offer, good until 2:00 p.m., for Kreig DeVault Club Level seats which are priced at $12. The 2-for-1 offer allows two tickets for $12.
The Fever Playoffs are presented by Indiana Members Credit Union and Ivy Tech Community College.
Last edited by Kemo; 09-26-2011 at 03:56 AM.
Originally Posted by naptownmenace
Plumlee reminds me of a young Dale Davis. Good rebounding and he contests shots well on defense and his offensive game is very raw just like DD's was coming out of college.
"If my answers frighten you, then you should cease asking scary questions."
Re: PACERS COACH INVITES 1,000 FANS AS HIS GUEST FOR EASTERN CONFERENCE FINALS GAME 3
I like watching the WNBA playoffs because they are a best of 3. EVERY game matters. Reminds me of the old 5-7-7-7 format in the NBA. Back when a first round upset was actually a possibility for the lower seeds.