We are growing our season ticket holder base quite rapidly.
We will soon have the lower bowl sold out.
I believe we will have many sell outs in the next season and I am hopeful that our fans will order their tickets now for next season.
We haven’t altered our rebuild plan in the least. We will be one of the youngest teams in the NBA. We have more moves to make certainly but this set of trades positions us well to continue to re-craft our team and refocus our culture to one that is serious and is about winning.
I am pleased we have embarked on our rebuild via the draft. We have many more moves to make over the coming years; but we have built our foundation in the right way - I believe.
We have two drafts under our belt. We will have one more this next off season.
We will then have stock piled young players and prospects. We will be ready for success - as our young players mature.
We will manage the salary cap wisely.
I don't know how the story will end, but I'm certainly someone who deals with things [with] a very open mind. I'm more a healer than I am a breaker-upper, right?
I was very surprised to read in the paper today that the Executors of Mr. Pollin’s Estate are attempting to find a way around the appraisal process Mr. Pollin put into place for my partners and me-and only my partners and me — to pay fair market value for the portion of the WSELP properties we don’t already own. We were even more surprised to see that a memo was circulated to WSELP employees (and keep in mind I already own 44% of WSELP) that didn’t even mention the appraisal process that Mr. Pollin agreed to more than 10 years ago and that the Pollin estate (through their lawyers) have committed to in writing. I’m sure this must have been an oversight on their part.