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01-24-2013, 04:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Brewsky View Post
We were losing even during the 05/06 season. Detroit has been winning for 20 years and it still is so damn quiet during season games.

It's the people. The people make the atmosphere. Utah Jazz in NBA were winning for so many years under Jerry Sloan, they weren't even close to being considered the loudest arena in the league.

Wins =/= automatic loudness aka "jumpin"

I'll throw my hat in and say does winning help? Hell yeah, but it's not that easy. I don't think an arena full of suits for a team that's say 18-4 during the first 22 games will get a thread in HFBoards saying "Toronto, loudest arena in the league?"

It's the people.
No we weren't, not at home anyways. 26-12-3 at home in 2005-06 is dominant. Suits have been there for years and it's been loud with them there. No one is cheering for a losing team.

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