God bless them, poor guys it has to be a very hard sale right now. Our team is abysmal, I mean we've been bad before but this is just disgusting how bad we've played. I'm getting calls about every week to buy some tickets (I already have a partial season plan) but really I see no reason to financially help the team when they suck this badly. They are pitching the upcoming Celtics and Cavs games but in addition to already having tickets to the game, why would I want to witness us getting annihilated in person some more by some elite teams?
How bad is it? I'm kind of glad Elgin is suing DTS. I don't know of the merits of the case but if there was a smoking gun maybe David Stern would force him to sell the team (a la Marge Schott in MLB).
We gave up (on back to back nights) 2 of the top 10 most points in a regulation game in the past 10 years. That's ridiculous, thats like being no hit in baseball on back to back games.
MOST POINTS IN REGULATION GAME
Past 10 seasons
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|Nuggets||March 16, 2008||168|
|Bulls||April 14, 2008||151|
|Warriors||Feb. 10, 2009||144|
|Grizzlies||Jan. 3, 2007||144|
|Suns||Feb. 18, 2009||142|
|Suns||Feb. 17, 2009||140|
|Warriors||April 8, 2008||140|
|Nuggets||Nov. 24, 2006||140|
|Suns||March 31, 2006||140|
|Pacers||March 23, 2003||140|
I've been a Clippers fan my entire life, I'm giving them until the end of Summer 2010 to decide whether my loyalty is misplaced. If not, I'm getting NBA league pass and I'll have to pick an out of town team to follow (I grew up in GA, I could be a Hawks fan).
Anyone else thinking about getting off the shortbus?