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Strong Crowds, Rusty Play Highlight BIG3's Debut Event At Barclays Center

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 06 / 26 / 17

A "surprisingly strong" crowd of 15,177 came to Barclays Center yesterday for the BIG3's debut, "featuring a slew of retired NBA stars ... at the beginning of its 10-city summer tour," according to Howie Kussoy of the N.Y. POST. There were several issues that surfaced for the three-on-three league, ...

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