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  1. #16
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    Yet Seattle has no team. Ha.

    Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, and Colin Kaepernick walk into a bar... To watch Russell Wilson win the Super Bowl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DragonJaii View Post
    i laughed. thanks.
    It's true.

    Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, and Colin Kaepernick walk into a bar... To watch Russell Wilson win the Super Bowl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DragonJaii View Post
    i laughed. thanks.
    Brooklyn will sell tickets for the next 2 or 3 years.

    Past that they will have to win but they will certainly do much better in Brooklyn than they did in New Jersey.

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    Yet I try to get decent Nets tickets just to see Barclays and I can't find them for under $100 a pop.
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    That's pathetic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Punk View Post
    That's because those teams either suck or have fair weather fans like Philly, Memphis, New Orleans and Atlanta.

    The NBA will always make their money in tickets through Lakers, Clippers, Heat, Celtics, Knicks, Nets, etc.
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    I really don't understand the deal with the NBA moving teams to cities that just can't support a team only about 1/3rd of the league has a consistent fanbase that brings in a large revenue (maybe less depending on who you consider to consistently sell out no matter what). There are MANY big market cities in the NBA without a team. Move these low market teams elsewhere

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    who cares... look at MLB in Miami, Tampa or Pittsburg, they're still doing fine.

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    Teams that will consistently sell and should stay in their cities:
    SAS, NY, Brooklyn, Boston, LAL, OKC, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Portland, Toronto, Golden State(soon to be San Fran so i'll put them here)

    The next tier of teams are ones that have great fans and sell out when good but if they arent....they could be moved to a bigger city, but better management could solve their problems:
    memphis, wolves, 76ers, pacers, pistons, hawks, heat, magic, New Oreleans, Utah, Phoenix, Cleveland, Denver.

    The next tier are teams that really have never been big basketball cities and aren't ever going to do well here so they need to be moved:
    Milwaukee, Charlotte, Washington, Clippers(lets be real they have terrible owners and fans)

    The final tier is the mess of the league:
    Sacramento Kings(great city but awful owners)


    Potential "BIG" cities to bring a team to:
    Seattle, Vegas, St. Louis, Louisville(great basketball city, could be an "OKC" type atmosphere), Kansas City(see Louisville), Pittsburg.

    Just a thought moving Sacramento to seattle, milwaukee to St. Louis, Washington to Louisville, and Charlotte to Vegas could do wonders for the NBA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Punk View Post
    That's because those teams either suck or have fair weather fans like Philly, Memphis, New Orleans and Atlanta.

    The NBA will always make their money in tickets through Lakers, Clippers, Heat, Celtics, Knicks, Nets, etc.
    or bcuz Philly is without Bynum...


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    Quote Originally Posted by #Shumpert Up View Post
    Teams that will consistently sell and should stay in their cities:
    SAS, NY, Brooklyn, Boston, LAL, OKC, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Portland, Toronto, Golden State(soon to be San Fran so i'll put them here)

    The next tier of teams are ones that have great fans and sell out when good but if they arent....they could be moved to a bigger city, but better management could solve their problems:
    memphis, wolves, 76ers, pacers, pistons, hawks, heat, magic, New Oreleans, Utah, Phoenix, Cleveland, Denver.

    The next tier are teams that really have never been big basketball cities and aren't ever going to do well here so they need to be moved:
    Milwaukee, Charlotte, Washington, Clippers(lets be real they have terrible owners and fans)

    The final tier is the mess of the league:
    Sacramento Kings(great city but awful owners)


    Potential "BIG" cities to bring a team to:
    Seattle, Vegas, St. Louis, Louisville(great basketball city, could be an "OKC" type atmosphere), Kansas City(see Louisville), Pittsburg.

    Just a thought moving Sacramento to seattle, milwaukee to St. Louis, Washington to Louisville, and Charlotte to Vegas could do wonders for the NBA
    Will sell out here as well. Its the Bay Area's team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by #Shumpert Up View Post
    Teams that will consistently sell and should stay in their cities:
    SAS, NY, Brooklyn, Boston, LAL, OKC, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Portland, Toronto, Golden State(soon to be San Fran so i'll put them here)

    The next tier of teams are ones that have great fans and sell out when good but if they arent....they could be moved to a bigger city, but better management could solve their problems:
    memphis, wolves, 76ers, pacers, pistons, hawks, heat, magic, New Oreleans, Utah, Phoenix, Cleveland, Denver.

    The next tier are teams that really have never been big basketball cities and aren't ever going to do well here so they need to be moved:
    Milwaukee, Charlotte, Washington, Clippers(lets be real they have terrible owners and fans)

    The final tier is the mess of the league:
    Sacramento Kings(great city but awful owners)


    Potential "BIG" cities to bring a team to:
    Seattle, Vegas, St. Louis, Louisville(great basketball city, could be an "OKC" type atmosphere), Kansas City(see Louisville), Pittsburg.

    Just a thought moving Sacramento to seattle, milwaukee to St. Louis, Washington to Louisville, and Charlotte to Vegas could do wonders for the NBA
    they dont draw in baseball and the pens went bankrupt so i doubt nba would do well...they are just a football city
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    That's because the nba has lost its credibility. From the creation of super teams, to b.s. refereeing the league has gone into the toilet.
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    tickets are expensive! I have gone to 2 laker games so far and have spent over $600 total parking drinks ect... oh yeah not to mention they lost one of the games stupid Green...good game tho: I will go again but much later in the season, kinda wish I waited till later in the season to go just got to excited!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by #Shumpert Up View Post
    Teams that will consistently sell and should stay in their cities:
    SAS, NY, Brooklyn, Boston, LAL, OKC, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Portland, Toronto, Golden State(soon to be San Fran so i'll put them here)

    The next tier of teams are ones that have great fans and sell out when good but if they arent....they could be moved to a bigger city, but better management could solve their problems:
    memphis, wolves, 76ers, pacers, pistons, hawks, heat, magic, New Oreleans, Utah, Phoenix, Cleveland, Denver.

    The next tier are teams that really have never been big basketball cities and aren't ever going to do well here so they need to be moved:
    Milwaukee, Charlotte, Washington, Clippers(lets be real they have terrible owners and fans)

    The final tier is the mess of the league:
    Sacramento Kings(great city but awful owners)


    Potential "BIG" cities to bring a team to:
    Seattle, Vegas, St. Louis, Louisville(great basketball city, could be an "OKC" type atmosphere), Kansas City(see Louisville), Pittsburg.

    Just a thought moving Sacramento to seattle, milwaukee to St. Louis, Washington to Louisville, and Charlotte to Vegas could do wonders for the NBA
    You do realize that even though this team has been to the playoffs once in the last 17 years we still are top 6 in sell outs and that's in Oakland not sf. It don't matter where in the bay(oak or sf) they play they will sell out

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