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Tickets for a Pistons exhibition against the 76ers here in Grand Rapids MI
were 75 for courtside and 35 for nose bleed seats. Needless to say I didn't
waste my time.
[mailto:uunet!igtc.com!owner-celtics]On Behalf Of Bruce Allen
Sent: Friday, October 22, 1999 2:31 PM
Subject: Re: Spintino-speak
75 bucks a pop for an exhibition game?
Man. Pitino must be God down there.
--- Troy Hash <email@example.com> wrote:
> Exactly what I was thinking. I am fortunate enough
> to be able to attend
> tomorrows game in Lexington being that I'm a
> Kentuckian living about an hour
> from there. I have really good tickets, although
> still feeling rough over
> screwing I took for ticket prices. $75 each, you
> think you'd at least get
> some vasaline with it huh.? Will let everyone know
> what I saw and heard.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Jim Meninno <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Sent: Friday, October 22, 1999 8:25 AM
> Subject: Re: Spintino-speak
> > >From: Mark Estepp <EsteppJM@appstate.edu>
> > >
> > >I'm telling you, guys, this is Spintino-speak.
> What he is REALLY saying
> > >"I hate to leave the Celtics. This is the
> greatest job in all of sports.
> > >But I can't stay with a team that won't spend the
> money necessary to
> > >in a winner. That is why I am taking over the
> basketball program at
> > >Po-dunk Community College....."
> > Doesn't it make more sense that Pitino simply
> doesn't want to say bad
> > about Ron Mercer in an interview given at the
> University of Kentucky?
> > not that Rick doesn't have any money to spend,
> just that he'd rather spend
> > it on players like Battie and Fortson than Mercer.
> And, given Tony's new
> > contract, he might be able to sign them both for
> what Mercer wanted.
> > Jim
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