The Sixers are Giving Free Tickets to People Who Went to the Cavs Game

Photo Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports
Photo Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

When we spoke to Scott O’Neil just as the Sixers’ season was getting underway, he talked about giving back to the fans who are sitting through this dreck. And after the Sixers beat the Cavs for their first home win of the season in front of a reported crowd of 17,771, O’Neil back it up.

According to the Sixers subreddit, people at that game (those who purchased their tickets through the Sixers, I’m assuming) got the following email:

What an amazing sight last night! 18,000 Sixers fans standing, screaming and cheering for the last 2 minutes and 47 seconds of the game! That’s passion. That’s devotion. That’s why Philadelphia is the greatest sports town in the world. We thrive on your energy.

Thank you, thank you, thank you for believing in us. We are proud to play for you. You care more and want it more than any fans in the NBA. And we love you for it.

This is a small token of our appreciation. We have two free tickets for you. Pick any game. Bring your passion. Bring your voice. I can’t wait to stand with you!

Go Sixers,

Scott O’Neil

We will follow-up with you this week with details on how to redeem your tickets.

The Sixers have five wins on the season, but your average Sixers game has more excitement than those last two Eagles games and the last four to five months of Phillies baseball rolled together. [Editor’s note: The Cowboys loss sucked, but it wasn’t lacking in excitement. I disagree with my underling.] My advice? You already saw a win, use that free ticket on checking out Anthony Davis in person when the Pelicans come to town on the 16th. Dude is not normal.

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7 Responses

  1. I’d rather participate in a 3-way with Roseanne Barr and Rosie O’Donnell before stepping one foot inside the Waste Fargo Center,to watch either the Suxers or Flyers.

  2. And with Tony Wroten MCW Henry Sims and Robert Covington shooting a combined 4-29 in the 1st half,habitat for humanity would like to thank the Sixers organization for donating an endless supply of bricks for future rowhome renovations.

  3. The Sixers did the right thing. They sold the game based on Lebron. Scott O’Neil stepped up.

  4. Editor’s Note: The Eagles did not play the Cowboys in the last two games. They were against the Redskins and the Giants. And were barely worth watching.

  5. Only did it after they were rightfully shamed and ridiculed for running the LeBron ads for more than a week knowing he would be out.

    Josh Harris is the typical scum bag PE (asset stripper). If the sixes ever amount to anything, great but they’ll never exceed the cap and he already has realized a ton of profit on paper since he bought the team.

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