A drummer yelled on the stage-probably a group of break dancers-“You all look weird out there.” In the past few years, his voice will not continue to this day.
Not long before the promotion, the Nets played a video for the first time with some players playing videos. These lyrics are related to Bill Withers’ classic work “Ai n’t No Sunshine”. Specifically for absent fans. Then Nets guard Kyrie Irving waved to the crowd on both sides of the court. In an arena with hundreds rather than thousands, fans may be forgiven for thinking that Irving is waving to them.
Some people in the building tried to maintain tradition, such as trying to interrupt the opponent’s free throw percentage. On Tuesday, this effort (usually undertaken by thousands of fans screaming and waving objects) fell to the four drummers behind the basket, with occasional five dancers joining in. (Statistically speaking, they can claim to be successful: The Kings shot 13 of 19 from the field, slightly lower than the average this season.)
As far as the game itself is concerned, the Nets led most games and won 127-118 for the seventh time in a row. Starting guard Bruce Brown (Bruce Brown) became the turning point of the crowd, he scored 29 points, while James Harden (James Harden) had a triple-double: 29 points, 11 rebounds and 14 assists.
In most cases, despite being the most hyped up in the Nets over the years, the crowds scattered around the stadium, luxury suites and lower floors remained calm.
Rich Schaefer, a 42-year-old season ticket holder, said: “It feels like you are watching practice sessions.” “You are in the high school gym and there is no one there. But you are watching the best players in the world. This is the same as during the sold-out game. The energy gained is different. However, as a basketball fan, there is an incredible thing, that is, watching and hearing everyone talking without being distracted by the surrounding things.