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Quick Change Defines Game for Suns and Bulls

31 March 2010 One Comment

At first, it appeared the Phoenix Suns would blow out the Chicago Bulls in a game that would clinch the Suns a playoff spot in the Western Conference.  They took an early 12-point lead and were ahead by nine points at the end of the first quarter.  That quickly changed in the second quarter as the Bulls caught up and took a three point lead into halftime.

At halftime, Quick Change performed.  The last time I saw Quick Change perform was this winter at a Northwestern men’s basketball game.  As usual, I could not tell how Dania (or David) changed clothes so quickly.  So tonight, I was sitting in the upper deck and thought I would be able to see into their “tricks.”  I moved to the last rows of the upper deck at center court to see if I could tell how they changed their clothes.  To my disappointment, I still have no idea how they change clothes so fast.

After halftime, the Bulls kept their three-point lead through the third quarter.  However, the Bulls let the lead go as Steve Nash took control late in the fourth quarter to lead the Suns to a 111-105 victory.

Tips at the United Center
1) Once again I had already bought my ticket to the game for $10.  Buying a ticket outside of the United Center for $10 can be difficult since face value for the next price point for tickets is $40.  Plus, you can sit anywhere in the upper deck so there is no reason to pay higher than $10 unless you want to sit in the lower level.
2) Once again I parked for free on Hoyne Ave. between Washington Blvd. and Warren Blvd.

One Comment »

  • Gary Herman said:


    Quick change is themost amazing halftime show I’ve ever seen. I’m in the same boat as you are when it comes to figuring how they do it. It’s truly beyond belief.

    In a matter of seconds, they have a new outfit. I wish I could find a way to know how it happens as well. I’ve had great overview vantage points to view it as well.

    I’ve seen the act numerous times over the years.

    Unfortunately this past NBA season I didn’t see them once. I think they performed at Madison Square Garden one time when I was on the road.

    Yours truly,

    Gary Herman

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