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Old 12-11-2017, 11:55 AM
 
Location: Winston-Salem, NC
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We enjoyed the game this past Friday night. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Due to the weather, there wasn't much of a crowd. My only recommendations would be to have a little more variety to the food offerings, and they could use a video screen for replays, etc.
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Old 12-11-2017, 05:46 PM
 
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We enjoyed the game this past Friday night. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Due to the weather, there wasn't much of a crowd. My only recommendations would be to have a little more variety to the food offerings, and they could use a video screen for replays, etc.
A video screen would be nice, but at that level I doubt it's going to be considered cost effective. Especially when that team only draws a couple thousand fans a game.
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Old 12-12-2017, 09:47 AM
 
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A video screen would be nice, but at that level I doubt it's going to be considered cost effective. Especially when that team only draws a couple thousand fans a game.
Yeah...I hope now that most NBA teams have D-league (sorry, G-League) teams, fan interest will continue to grow. I think most D-league teams play in much larger facilities. If they can start to draw several thousand in a different venue, they can justify more amenities. They did a good job reaching out - a reminder the day before the game, then a follow up survey afterwards.
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Old 12-12-2017, 04:54 PM
 
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Yeah...I hope now that most NBA teams have D-league (sorry, G-League) teams, fan interest will continue to grow. I think most D-league teams play in much larger facilities. If they can start to draw several thousand in a different venue, they can justify more amenities. They did a good job reaching out - a reminder the day before the game, then a follow up survey afterwards.
I do see where the Swarm play in the second smallest venue in the league, behind South Bay (also, Santa Cruz's arena has a capacity of just five higher). Should the G League continue to get bigger, I wonder if they might need to relocate.
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