Tuesday, August 17, 2004

Atlanta Hawks

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Dallas Mavericks

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Golden State Warriors

Houston Rockets

Indiana Pacers

Los Angeles Clippers

Los Angeles Lakers

Memphis Grizzlies

Miami Heat

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Minnesota Timberwolves

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New York Knicks

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Philadelphia 76ers

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Portland Trail Blazers

Sacramento Kings

San Antonio Spurs

Seattle Supersonics

Toronto Raptors

Utah Jazz

Washington Wizards

NBA Basketball Analysis

The question I am most commonly asked from ticket brokers is "What tickets should I buy?" or "Should I buy tickets for this game?". Many of my customers realize those are age old questions that are asked every day from coast to coast. They realize that no one is correct 100% of the time, and that there are no guarantees. But they also realize information is the key to making informed decisions.

I am in the process of developing some tools that will help the brokers in the howyoudoit.com network answer that question "should I buy these tickets?" on a more day-to-day, show-to-show, game-to-game basis. But in the meantime, I would like to experiment with some different formats for presenting this information. At the same time, I would like to help my current customers become a little more informed on their purchases.

That's where you comme in. One of the most important facts that I want to take advantage of at howyoudoit.com is that we are a network of brokers spread across the country. Each of us has a special niche in the concert and/or sporting world. To help make this network the strongest one around, I will occasionally ask you to share your perspective based on your specialty.

On this blog, I have posted the name of every NBA team. Please post your thoughts on how you think each team's sales will do for season tickets and which individual game tickets you think will do the best. It's OK if you don't consider yourself an expert. Many times you know more than you think you do and usually, especially if you live in a city, you know your sports teams better than most people.

So, feel free to post for as many teams as you would like. In your posts, please rate yourself fromm 1-3 based on how well you know the team. So if you live in Dallas, you would probably be a 3 in your post on the Mavs, but maybe a 1 or 2 on your Raptors post. Don't hold back on posting just because you are a 1 or 2 though. Often, a fresh perspective is important.

To see some examples of types of information that might be helpful, please check out my post on the Sonics.

Please direct any questions of a private nature to me by clicking the contact us link at howyoudoit.com