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Two years ago

Breakers V 36ers 12th March

How many people do you think will go to the weekends game, being hosted as a Breakers home game at Titanium / 36ers arena? Both sides struggling, 36ers members having to pay extra(around $50 per adult). Maybe NBL needs to offer some serious incentives so it looks reasonable on TV! Back to 90's prices!

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Hermann  
Two years ago

I be their.. happy hunying grounds sixers.. heart breakers hotel for visitors.. ware o ware could Casper be... no sure if even remotely possible for the ghost to suit up...
Overdue for a win...DJ in solid form...liked Tad starting.. Dech will find his range.. is sotto available... these games are critical for his development...and king .. and manny me boy .. let's get behind and bring so of the old fashion sixer grit grunt and dominance ... still is home of the golden teams .. look in the rafters and be proud...

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Uncle Dre  
Two years ago

crap stadium, crap teams, overpriced, footy season = no chance

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DennisRodmansHair  
Two years ago

Surprised members weren't given a small discount on tickets to help boost the numbers. Looking at Ticketmaster you can get decent seats for $30 an adult, upper bowl $20. $50 gets you close to the court.

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Anonymightymouse  
Two years ago

To give an idea, about 1500 attend the NZ 'home game' v Tas in Hobart, just under 1/3 of the usual JackJumpers home crowd.

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Boba Fett  
Two years ago

"To give an idea, about 1500 attend the NZ 'home game' v Tas in Hobart" Yes because the Jackies weren't involved. Lucky thy got that many TBH

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Ballin Fan  
Two years ago

I have been able to grab a seat very close to my old one in the first few rows for $40. Its just below ring level.

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Hendo8888  
Two years ago

"To give an idea, about 1500 attend the NZ 'home game' v Tas in Hobart" Yes because the Jackies weren't involved. Lucky thy got that many TBH

Are the Jackies not Tas?

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Boba Fett  
Two years ago

Sure are. It was the Bullets Vs Breakers game that was played in Hobart. That's why basically no one attended. Not as described by Anonymightymouse.

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koberulz  
Two years ago

The Breakers home games in Hobart have all been played behind closed doors, except for the one against the JackJumpers, which was attended by about 1500 people, as Anonymightymouse said. The JackJumpers, as Hendo pointed out, are from Tasmania.

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joshuapending  
Two years ago

Unis and logo a million times better than what we have at the moment. Ok crowd, little low behind the rings which were never great seats.

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JCK98  
Two years ago

Gotta love those stickers

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joshuapending  
Two years ago

Just like old times.

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Perthworld  
Two years ago

Old school stadium.
Old school jerseys.
Modern result.

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