It aint Over till the Fat Lady Sings(1stDraftNarration)

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Julio Salamanca Professor Lynch English 1 06 September 2011 IT’S NOT OVER TILL THE FAT LADY SINGS It was a gorgeous Sunday in April 2006, when my cousin and I bought Laker tickets to go see the game at the Staple Center. It was game 4 of the Los Angeles Lakers versus the Phoenix Suns. Laker tickets, especially for the playoffs were usually very hard to get a hold of. In the past, nosebleed seats would go for a couple hundred dollars and would range up towards a few thousand for courtside seats. That was not the case for this particular year; the Lakers had stumbled into the playoffs and were not the favorites to win their first round series. So, we were able to grab a couple of tickets fairly easily for a reasonable price. My cousin and I were really excited about this, seeing that we were huge basketball and Laker fans, and to top it off, it was our first live sporting event so we were really eager to get to the arena.
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