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    I better start gettin' some Bieber tix.

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    The only, and even this is very flimsy, argument that can be made that STH's deserve first rights to ancillary events (such as an ASG, concerts, boxing matches, etc.) at the Fieldhouse is if the Pacers forced them to buy PSL's.

    That isn't the case.
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    I know the city isn't paying for the cost to host the game, but it would benefit the city more if STH weren't given exclusive rights to tickets. More out-of-towners getting tickets for the all-star game is more money for the local hotels and tourism.
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    The STH argument is that PS&E doesn't want to spend a huge amount putting on an event (and, again, unlike the Super Bowl all costs for the ASG are on the local franchise) where the people who give the bulk of the money to support the franchise (and it really is more than what they make from the bailout, like it or not) will not be served by it.

    Why not have them spend the money building up the attendance to PACERS games so the city doesn't HAVE to help with the expenses any more, instead of paying for something that is not a guaranteed win, is only 3 days long, takes almost the same amount of work as putting on an entire season, and gets no help from anyone else to win it?
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    I know the city isn't paying for the cost to host the game, but it would benefit the city more if STH weren't given tickets. More out-of-towners getting tickets for the all-star game is more money for the local hotels and tourism.
    Hey, I've got an idea! Let's have all STHs give their tickets away to all out-of-town attendees for ANY regular season game against a big-name opponent! That would make sure someone comes into town and spends their money for the city and wouldn't bother ANYONE important at all! We could cram the Fieldhouse with out-of-town Lakers, Chicago, Miami, and NY fans and the city could rake in the hotel rooms, while all those pesky and useless season ticket holders could stay home and write checks for next year!
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    Bill you're being a little over dramatic lol

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    Bill you're being a little over dramatic lol
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    The only, and even this is very flimsy, argument that can be made that STH's deserve first rights to ancillary events (such as an ASG, concerts, boxing matches, etc.) at the Fieldhouse is if the Pacers forced them to buy PSL's.

    That isn't the case.
    "deserve"?

    Or actually do?

    I'm not sure they have the right to their exact same seats. Box owners do, and perhaps club level. But there may be presale rights or other benefits. As I said in last week's thread on the same topic, our work tickets for the Bulls/ Blackhawks allow us into the presales or the right to purchase our regular ticket to an event.

    The question is different, though. Why would the Pacers front office work that hard for something that they can't sell to their regular customers. A related question, as I think this actually is an NBA event and not a team event, is why the Pacers front office would work that hard for league-shared revenue.

    I actually think their split of the revenue may be the same if Houston or the Pacers host it.
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    I'm sure Jim Irsay'd be all for it

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    Hey, I've got an idea! Let's have all STHs give their tickets away to all out-of-town attendees for ANY regular season game against a big-name opponent! That would make sure someone comes into town and spends their money for the city and wouldn't bother ANYONE important at all! We could cram the Fieldhouse with out-of-town Lakers, Chicago, Miami, and NY fans and the city could rake in the hotel rooms, while all those pesky and useless season ticket holders could stay home and write checks for next year!
    Really?.....We are talking about a one off event for the NBA that represents multiple teams and its fans, not just Pacer players, why shouldn't it be open to everybody. And I don't believe anyone is being asked to "give their tickets away". That's like saying the Super Bowl in Indy should have been filled with all Colts STH because its in Lucas Oil, even though the Colts weren't playing.

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    why shouldn't it be open to everybody.

    It would be.

    There is nothing stopping anybody right now from buying season tickets. BLF is not sold old. You'd also guarantee your NBA Finals/ ECF/ semifinals/ quarterfinals tickets (I probably should get on this myself before its too late.)

    Meanwhile, it was Indiana Sports Corp. that put on the Super Bowl, not the Indianapolis Colts.
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    It would be.
    Exactly, and STH could buy them and non-STH could buy them. STH just wouldn't have exclusive rights to them.

    I don't know what prompted Bill to go off on a tirade.

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    The question is different, though. Why would the Pacers front office work that hard for something that they can't sell to their regular customers. A related question, as I think this actually is an NBA event and not a team event, is why the Pacers front office would work that hard for league-shared revenue.

    I actually think their split of the revenue may be the same if Houston or the Pacers host it.
    Maybe because it benefits the business owners who buy season tickets by bringing in outside money? Maybe because it can warm up some interest in NBA basketball in a community who was beaten down my years of futility and bad characters among their local franchise? Maybe because they realize how incredibly shortsighted it is to dismiss the idea because it wouldn't directly put more money their already well lined pockets? Maybe because it benefits the ****ing city who bends over backwards to meet their demands?

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    Maybe because it benefits the business owners who buy season tickets by bringing in outside money? Maybe because it can warm up some interest in NBA basketball in a community who was beaten down my years of futility and bad characters among their local franchise? Maybe because they realize how incredibly shortsighted it is to dismiss the idea because it wouldn't directly put more money their already well lined pockets? Maybe because it benefits the ****ing city who bends over backwards to meet their demands?

    I don't know. Maybe something.
    So you're saying that the Pacers should be rechartered as a nonprofit and just concern themselves with providing public benefits? Isn't that the role of ISC?
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    Exactly, and STH could buy them and non-STH could buy them. STH just wouldn't have exclusive rights to them.

    I don't know what prompted Bill to go off on a tirade.
    Well, your implication was that STHs would take up seats that should go to out-of-towners, not even to the other people in Indianapolis who wanted seats. By extension, that out-of-towners are worth more to the city than STHs. By extension, that it would be even better for the city if out-of-towners went to all the games instead of local STHs. By extension, we should eat all the poor children *


    In any event, I believe the way ASG tickets are split up there would only be about 1000 available for anyone in Indiana, STH or otherwise. The rest go to the other teams, to the media, and so forth. As I understand it, that's the biggest reason for the objection - they can't even provide a large enough group of fans the tickets, much less STHs.

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    So you're saying that the Pacers should be rechartered as a nonprofit and just concern themselves with providing public benefits? Isn't that the role of ISC?
    Sometimes you have to spend money to make money and a ASG could be an event to stimulate Pacer fans as well as stimulate everything else around the 3 day event.

    But I guess a franchise don't care when they have billions.
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    Sometimes you have to spend money to make money and a ASG could be an event to stimulate Pacer fans as well as stimulate everything else around the 3 day event.

    But I guess a franchise don't care when they have billions.

    How are they going to make money on this?

    They're going to cover all the costs, share the revenue with the other 29 teams, and spend the bulk of a year distracted from running their own business/ team.

    Hey, I'm all-for having ISC put it on.

    But don't villify the Pacers for not acting like a public service entity when they're a for-profit business. (Just not a very good for-profit business.)
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    Sometimes you have to spend money to make money and a ASG could be an event to stimulate Pacer fans as well as stimulate everything else around the 3 day event.

    But I guess a franchise don't care when they have billions.
    I believe the initial decision by the Simons was on the heels of a study showing an ASG really DOESN'T increase basketball popularity where it is held. It just increases popularity for the stars at the game, which the NBA doesn't need the help of the Pacers to manage, on top of actually ticking off the existing fans of the local franchise.

    But, that really can't be the reason, it must be because the Simons want to keep the billions they make from the Pacers every year locked in the big money vault on Pennsylvania St. where they can swim in it.
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    How are they going to make money on this?

    They're going to cover all the costs, share the revenue with the other 29 teams, and spend the bulk of a year distracted from running their own business/ team.

    Hey, I'm all-for having ISC put it on.

    But don't villify the Pacers for not acting like a public service entity when they're a for-profit business. (Just not a very good for-profit business.)
    I guess I don't know enough of the enter workings, but I'd think the sales of everything surrounding the ticket sale would not be shared. I'd think they better stock up on everything Pacers as a lot of stuff would be sold and out of that Pacers get walking billboards all over central Indiana and that can be priceless.
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    I believe the initial decision by the Simons was on the heels of a study showing an ASG really DOESN'T increase basketball popularity where it is held. It just increases popularity for the stars at the game, which the NBA doesn't need the help of the Pacers to manage, on top of actually ticking off the existing fans of the local franchise.

    But, that really can't be the reason, it must be because the Simons want to keep the billions they make from the Pacers every year locked in the big money vault on Pennsylvania St. where they can swim in it.
    Yep, your right ASG comes to a city and nobody spends money on the local franchise. No interest in that ****ed up, worthless piece of **** team. So all the locals buys all the other teams memorabilia. What the hell was I thinking.
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    I guess I don't know enough of the enter workings, but I'd think the sales of everything surrounding the ticket sale would not be shared. I'd think they better stock up on everything Pacers as a lot of stuff would be sold and out of that Pacers get walking billboards all over central Indiana and that can be priceless.

    No, pretty much everything is split. the licensing fees for ASG merchandise go to the league, not the franchise.

    Regarding the Pacer jersey sales, I'd take a bet on that. If a Pacer was even ON the team that year (far from guaranteed), I suspect the sales of merchandise for the big hyped players would overshadow it, and the only thing Central Indiana would get would be more advertisements for "We don't care that Indiana has a team".
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    So you're saying that the Pacers should be rechartered as a nonprofit and just concern themselves with providing public benefits? Isn't that the role of ISC?
    Forgetting that hosting the game would very likely end up being financially beneficial to the franchise itself, when the Pacers return all of the public money they've taken, then they should have full right to decline anything that doesn't directly help them.
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    I no longer see a valid reason as to why we should not have the All Star game here. The excuse that it would cost more money than it would bring in might have been pertinent the previous few seasons, but that excuse no longer holds any weight. We have the 7th best record in the league and the 4th cheapest tickets, yet also have the 5th worst attendance. The product the Pacers are providing is clearly not attracting enough fans as is. We can all sit here and make excuses for why things are the way they are, but making excuses and pointing fingers won't solve anything. The people of Indiana are simply not currently interested in professional basketball.

    The Pacers clearly need to take a different approach to attracting fans, so why not host the All Star game? Sure the immediate costs for hosting it may outweigh the profit, but making Indiana the center of the basketball universe for a week will make it impossible for people to continue ignoring the NBA. Everyone will be talking about it, and by association everyone will be talking about the Pacers. Only good things can come from that. People will realize that we have a great group of players and will be able to get past the stigma still left behind from the brawl. Hosting the All Star game is exactly what the Pacers need to get fans back into seats.

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