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Perth have again opened the top tier for Friday Night NBL

Friday night basketball is back in Perth! Remaining tickets have been released for the clash against the Taipans.

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My first thought is who would pay to watch Cairns?

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Jack Toft  
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Well have Perth won this calendar year? So far they have lost 100% of games play in 2019.

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Nope, this can't be right.

It is a well established fact that Perth only opens the top tier for Andrew Bogut.

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they open the top tier when too many sheep try to attend the terrible team that has lost some games recently. shame on any sheep buying tickets and shame also on any member who has not burned their membership card in disgust. wildcats basketball lately is unacceptable and they should be playing in empty stadiums.

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They are a fickle bunch the red army. The only time they show up is when they are a good chance of winning. Open up the top tier the Taipans are in town

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Yeah, they know it is probably their last chance to see a win this season so they will be flocking to this one!

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The top tier has been open for almost every non-midday game for over a year, but whatever suits your narrative guys.

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"They are a fickle bunch the red army. The only time they show up is when they are a good chance of winning."

They are 7-1 at home and lost that one on the buzzer so I guess that is every home game??

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AD, can you try and respect other people's opinions just for once?

The Kings game with Bogut attracted a lot of extra media attention that no other game including finals has.

Further, a lot of fans who attend other games would have specifically penciled this on in to attend, and without a doubt in my mind this was one of the most anticipated games the wildcats had for a long time.

It was also the biggest attended game this season.

Now, attendance will always be high because there are over 10000 members. Most games will be full, especially friday night games where they always get over 12000 and especially the first game back after the usual Hopman cup period where there hasnt been a home game for over a month.

Playing Cairns is irrelevant. A big crowd was always going to come for this game, but the Sydney game with Bogut did bring in extra attention and most basketball fans and casual sports fans would have appreciated seing Bogut play in WA for the first time ever.

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Geez you guys have a lot of trouble detecting sarcasm here

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So why the big noting as a topic. Not needed at all. Really pointless.

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Bol I'm not sure whether kr does it on purpose, is autistic or a Vulcan. One of the three.

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