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Anaheim Arsenal to Host Inaugural Select-A-Seat Open House

September 25, 2006 - NBA G League (G League) - Anaheim Arsenal News Release

Anaheim, Calif., September 25, 2006-The Anaheim Arsenal will host its first ever select-a-seat open house event on Sunday and Monday, October 1 and 2 in the Arena at the Anaheim Convention Center in order to give fans a chance to choose a prime seating location for the 2006-07 season.

"This will give fans the opportunity to come and physically sit in their seat and see how great it is before making a purchase," said Arsenal vice president of sales and marketing Ryan Redmond. "Fans can come, relax and enjoy some free food and entertainment while getting a little taste of what is yet to come here in Anaheim."

The open house will go from 2-7pm on Sunday, October 1 and from 4-8pm on Monday, October 2 and will allow fans to select season or mini-plan seats as well as enjoy free food, drinks and musical entertainment. While at the event, fans will get the chance to meet the Arsenal coaching staff, 26-year NBA veteran as both a player and coach, head coach Larry Smith and former Mater Dei All-American, University of Arizona standout and NBA player, assistant coach Reggie Geary.

Ticket holders will have the chance to select their seats and get a taste of what they will experience through out the 24 Arsenal home games, beginning on November 24 against the Los Angeles D-Fenders at 6:00pm.

For more information or to purchase season, group or mini-plan ticket packages contact the Arsenal account executive staff at or 714-635-2255 or visit

About the NBA Development League

Twelve teams will comprise the 2006-07 NBA Development League season, which begins Thanksgiving weekend. The league is composed of the Albuquerque Thunderbirds (N.M.), Anaheim Arsenal (Calif.), Arkansas RimRockers (Little Rock), Austin Toros (Texas), Bakersfield Jam (Calif.), Colorado 14ers (Broomfield), Dakota Wizards (Bismarck, N.D.), Fort Worth Flyers (Texas), Idaho Stampede (Boise), Los Angeles D-Fenders (Calif.), Sioux Falls Skyforce (S.D.) and Tulsa 66ers (Okla.).

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