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Nets Receive Rousing Welcome In Barclays Center Opener
Published November 4, 2012
Ticket sales on Stubhub.com "jumped 20 percent on Saturday morning” following N.Y. Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s announcement that subway service had been restored to Brooklyn (N.Y. TIMES, 11/3). By tip-off, it was “clear fans had trouble getting to Brooklyn. Several empty seats were visible in the lower and upper bowls." The game was announced as a sellout based on tickets sold, but "not everyone made it” (USA TODAY, 11/4).