that and what the **** else is there to do in OKC and Salt Lake City?
I hate the argument that L.A., Atlanta, DC, and NYC etc. and the like have crappy crowds because there is other stuff going on. I promise, I've lived L.A., most of those people are sitting in their houses watching TV at night like the majority of people anywhere else. It's called going to work and being tired at the end of the day. Shouldn't places with enormous populations inherently be able to recycle fans into an arena? If there is so much going on, and you rarely make it out to a Lakers game, then going to a Lakers game should be an event that everybody gets really excited about and they go and scream their lungs. The real reason is that it's because their ticket prices price the real fans out of the building and you get all the corporate douchebags sitting where real fans should be.
Lol. The only good thing about sitting on the very last row is that you can stand the entire time and not get in anyone's way. Plus, I was sitting next to an old lady who kept giving me candy. Win.
Let me guess....Werthers Originals? Are we talking head against cement back row? That's where they would give you tickets for playing Jr. Jazz so I'm very familiar. It wasn't so bad. Beats not being there.
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