In your article about the management problems of the L.A. Clippers, Carl Scheer blames the lack of fan interest in the team principally on bad press and leftover bad will from the team's last days in San Diego. Instead of complaining about outside influences and the past, he would do well to improve his current operation.
When the season opened, I called the Clippers' office requesting a schedule. When I hadn't received it a month later, I called the office again and was told very apologetically that they had run out of schedules but were expecting a new shipment very soon. I was assured that I would receive my schedule in the near future.
Well, the season is half over and I still have no schedule. Mr. Scheer, it's very difficult to make plans to attend a game without a schedule to consult.