When my friends and I showed up to box, the game was already into the 2nd quarter and 7 people were already settled in the box seat, 4 Caucasian men who were sitting in a bar like table looking towards the court, another Caucasian male who was already seated in the lower section of the box, part of the crowd, and a man and woman (who were also Caucasian) standing while conversing with one another in an aisle section of the box area. While my Chinese and Mexican friend were admiring the seats in the lower section of the box, I seated myself behind the 4 men at the bar, in an island-type table, to get start my observation. The clock showed 8:07 minutes left in the 2nd quarter. Rockets: 24; Bucks: 25.
The four men were seated, all facing towards the central area (which was the court) but still leaning into each other to engage in conversation about the players on the team. I assumed that all four of these men were either lawyers or clients of the attorneys given that the box was bought out by Vinson & Elkins... [continues]
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