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As a person who goes to 30-40 games a year, in my opinion the lack of intensity from the fans at the Peake is a direct correlation to the number of season tickets sold. There are a lot of other fans that are going to quite a few of these games They've seen it all now after 3 years and while still very capable of causing a earache when it matters just don't get up for the Pistons/Cavs of the world. I try not to take it for granted that each game is an event and I try to cheer just as loud, but I've noticed a lot of people save their energy for post-football around here.
Likewise though, I've listened as people's basketball savvy, knowledge of players on other teams, and general basketball knowledge has also increased which is nice as well. The market is maturing, and rather quickly.
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Opening night at the Peake! Can't wait.
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Most encouraging thing to me is Martin's midrange game. Every time Harden stepped inside the three point line and pulled up I would wince. I just KNEW Martin's shot was going down.
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