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Ticket prices for Lakers-Celtics lower than Lakers-Heat Christmas Day game

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The Lakers, Celtics and the teams' fans may hold that matchup in the highest regard, stating proudly that their rivalry holds more substance and worth than any manufactured connection with the Miami Heat.

But ticket prices suggest otherwise. Average prices for the Lakers-Celtics matchup Sunday at Staples Center are about $489, about $200 less than the Lakers-Heat Christmas Day matchup that sold on average at $690 a ticket, according to Fansnap.com, which features  prices provided by various ticket providers.

"What the Heat game was a reflection of fan expectations of what the Finals are going to be this year," said Fansnap.com spokesman Christian Anderson. "It's the super Friends in Miami and wanting to see that matchup. Everywhere the Heat has gone, the tickets prices have been higher because of all the hype surrounding the three guys going to that new team. But the way the Celtics are playing, that might not be the case as far as who the Lakers might see in the Finals."

It wasn't expected that Sunday's Lakers-Celtics game would sell as high as the average ticket price of $1,754.75 fans paid for Game 7 of the 2010 NBA Finals. It also doesn't mean tickets for the Lakers-Celtics game aren't in heavy demand. Seatgeek.com, a website that forecasts the prices of sports and concert tickets on the secondary market, clearly shows that the $489 average ranks much higher than the Lakers' average of $174 per ticket for other regular-season games, which is the highest mark in the NBA. Regardless of whether luxury suites are selling as high as $8,446, the average prices still fall short compared to the $549 most fans paid for three days before the Lakers-Heat game.

So what does this all mean? It appears Lakers fans learned their lesson after spending all their Christmas money to see Heat embarrass the Lakers on their home floor. Should the Lakers allow that to happen against Boston, their fans can at least take solace that the aggravation didn't also come with an empty wallet. Anderson laughed at that suggestion, but downplayed that theory.

"They had a rough spot," Anderson said of the Lakers. "They seem to be back firing on all cylinders. Thats probably not going to be an issue."

--Mark Medina

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Clearly the market isn't perfect when it comes to determining the value of all goods.

@HOBBITMAGE… The game does and doesn’t count. Who wins the game tomorrow won’t really matter in the long run but who wins the critical individual front court matchups could walk away with a distinct psychological advantage should the teams meet again in the NBA Finals.

The Celtics front court is going to try to punk the Lakers front court tomorrow and test their will and toughness with excessive physicality and nonstop aggressiveness. Shaq and Jermaine O’Neal were signed as much to match up with the Lakers size as to compensate for Kendrick Perkins injury.

What does make this game important is that it’s the Celtics first opportunity to show they can handle the Lakers size and length, especially on the boards, where the Lakers dominated in last year’s Finals. The Celtics plan is to reprise the 2008 Finals when they intimidated and pushed the Lakers around. The Lakers plan is to improve on the power and toughness of last year’s Final with a healthy Bynum.

Can Drew outplay Perkins and Shaq, can Pau and LO respond to the physicality they will receive from KG and Big Baby, and can Ron turn Paul Pierce into a volume shooter? Those are the key questions to which tomorrow’s game will give us a preview and give both team’s an idea of how their new rosters matchup in a battle of will and toughness. The winning key will be Kobe Bryant getting his big men into the game early and often. Tomorrow, we’ll need Kobe the facilitator more than Kobe the scorer.

On a final positive note, this Lakers team has not lost two straight games since Andrew Bynum returned to the starting lineup. I expect that trend to continue tomorrow afternoon. Go, Lakers.
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TOM

My theory: Heat tickets were higher because that was the only time they'll play at Staples this season. Why spend money on a game against the Cs when you'll see them again in June?

Incidentally, the loss last night was a bit less embarrassing after seeing the Kings snap the Hornets 10-game win streak tonight, with Cousins (25/12/7) and Delambert controlling the inside. Hopefully they'll also give the Cs a fight on Tues also (of course, there's always the risk that KG will interpret that literally).

Mark G, the value of goods are now on rummage sale. During the 80's every time these two teams met, it is billed as game of the ages. Today, it is known as game of the oldies who have individual super-sized wallets. If this is just a meaningless game, why will someone spend an average of $ 600 that includes food, parking and souvenirs?

Laker Tom,

Good point they are going to try to be Physical with our bigs down low,but i believe their up for the task this time. If any team their going to be up for its the hater green and white.And bynum and pau is definetly the key to the Laker victory bynum when healthy he had his way with boston bigs.With his play down low which they went out and got shaq to bang with our front line.I Think we match up pretty good with boston and if they come out with focus and energy Lakers should come out with a win in a close one.
Go Lakers!

Hola, Laker Amigos! Back at last from EuroLand. Wonderful people (Zaira, where were you?). Beautiful countrysides. Great food. But soooo good to be back in the USA.

Followed the Lakers the whole time. We're good. As justa says, we've got this. Laker Tom, Bynum will be the difference this year. He's rounding into shape. I predict he'll lower the hammer on the Septics.

And best of all, as bad as we played against the Queens, I saw the REAl Kobe finally return. Great quickness, elevation, and aggressive drive to the rim. Two awesome dunks, etc. It's over. We've got this.

Septics are no match for the Lakers.

Mark Medina,
Could you please explain why the PSP's comments from previous thread were deleted? This is unbelievable.

Any discussion of the Celtics vs. Lakers in a finals match-up this year
can rightfully be relegated to the fantasy discussion category.
Both are good teams which can win and look good doing it...but only in spurts.
They are simply too old...the season is barely half over...and triage awaits.
They are losing their all-important psychological edge.
Young athletic teams are learning that you can beat the Lakers,
if you relentlessly beat them down. The Lakers are running on fumes,
including the Hollywood 'black belt' adulterer.

Smart money would have to pit either
San Antonio, Thunder, or Mavs against the Heat.

So, whether or not Andrew and the other Laker bigs
can match up with Perk and the slob,
insofar as the league championship will be concerned,
is of no consequence. They won't be involved.

By the way...don't be too hard on Drew and Pau...
they did the best they could against the "lowly" Kings.
The Kings just soundly defeated the Hornets.
The Cuz rolled off 25 points, 12 rebounds, and 7 assists.
Reke had 18 points and 6 assists.
Dalembert 16 points and 6 assists.
All players contributed.
Win or lose, we expect to be in every game we play now...
and have been over the last 10 games, as so you evidenced.

Back in the hunt next year kids.
And you?

Go Kings!
Go Giants!
Go Green Bay (This year only...Niners back in the hunt next year...and how's that L.A. team shaping up?...oh, woops, sorry)

Sonnybelfast

PSP - That was my mistake. I mistook your IP address for someone else's. That's all on me

Mr. Medina,

Based on your comment,
it sounds like you automatically delete posts based on IP addresses.

PC censorship is intolerable as it is (at least it should be in America),
but I hope that you at least read the posts
before deciding to delete them.

Go Kings!
Go San Francisco Giants!

Sonnybelfast


@OCLEZY… I agree that I think all 3 of our bigs are going to come up big tomorrow. I think Drew is going to have a 20/10/3 game. The biggest question will be if Pau plays through the physicality and shows the toughness and smarts to not let KG take him out of his game. It will a war of toughness. I hope the refs will keep the game reasonable. Kobe may flirt with a triple double. Lakers by 10.
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@CORNER J… I agree that Drew is going to be the difference. If he can dominate Perkins and Shaq that will be a message that will resonate in the playoffs. The player we really need to come up big though is Pau. He cannot start begging the refs for help but instead needs to be quick and decisive on offense and smart and aggressive on defense. We will miss Barnes, who would have added some real toughness. Aside from his perpetual motion on offense, Matt was an All-State wide receiver in Sacramento and thrives in physical situations. After Lamar, he is the real key to the Killer B’s.
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TOM

@SONNY… Wonder what your opinion is of the possibility that Jim Harbaugh will give Alex Smith a shot at coming back as the Niners starting quarterback. I’ve always thought that Alex could have been a winner with the right coaching and system. Harbaugh apparently believes the same and the chance that their may be a labor stoppage makes keeping Smith for at least the short term the smart move to make. Frankly, Harbaugh and his team could very well turn Alex into a super bowl quarterback. Be happy to hear your thoughts. Harbaugh is going to reprise the success of Bill Walsh and the Stanford Cardinal to San Francisco 49ers coaching greatness. How sweet if he does it with Alex Smith at QB.
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TOM

Mark, Mark, Mark...

The lower price for the Celts game has nothing to do with fans being pissed off about the Laker's dismal performance against the Heat, but it instead has everything to do with the over the top hoopla surrounding the Miami Heat's rock stars, who have driven up the price of Heat games in every NBA arena.

Quoting the FanSnap article from October, "This time last year, Heat tickets were averaging $93, and now they are at $311. That’s a 234% increase from ’09-’10..." So the Lebron effect obviously impacted the Christmas Day ticket price.

Sunday's Lakers - Celtics game will still be the #2 most expensive ticket in the NBA entire schedule, right where FanSnap had it projected in October, before the season even started. So how this "lower" ticket price suddenly becomes a measure of the so-called fan disappointment is somewhat confounding when actually the price is actually right where it should be.

Why do people pay US$ 400-500 per ticket? It is way over the top and if you take the economic condition, it is wise to ignore such tickets.

REPOST

I have seen past PJ coaching styles and would not be surprised if Lakers lose to the Septics on Sunday. First the Septics want payback and it really means nothing to Lakers in midseason. So let Septics get their revenge and confidence and go into playoffs thinking they already exised their demon. But then Lakers will destroy them when it counts. Remember Thunder last year? Lost to them in regular season and killed them in playoffs.

Posted by: Justa (formerly JustaLakerFan) | January 28, 2011 at 11:16 PM

Well the reason why the tickets were more expensive against the Cavs was because it was a Christmas day game, which is always in higher demand.

MM
No problem. The PSP forgives you. Next time the PSP will write you a ticket for parking in handicap. Its not a cheap ticket sir.

Jon K,
You should reconsider the comment you made about the Celtics and rape; seriously man thats just not cool.

Thanks
PSP Intern

Posted by: Mark Medinaa | January 29, 2011 at 10:16 PM
PSP - That was my mistake. I mistook your IP address for someone else's. That's all on me

WHO IS THIS MARK MEDINAA? SOME INTERN? CAN'T BE THE REAL MM HE WOULD SURELY KNOW HOW TO SPELL HIS NAME OR AT LEAST HAVE THE CORRECT SPELLING SAVED ON HIS LAPTOP


PJ hates playing rookies and he said rookies are lower in life than whale dung. Look what a rookie did to us? Note I said if PJ had Derrick Rose, John Wall, Kobe, DWill, Dwight Howard, and Andrew Bynum as rookies he would not play them. Someone countered Ebanks and Character are not players like the ones mentioned above. PJ statement covered all rookies and yes I purposely included Andrew Bynum because he was a rookie under PJ and did not see the court much even if it gave the Lakers huge advantage. He should give both rookies some run in third quarter but not together. Let each one get playing time with 4 vets on floor. That way garbage time emptying bench has little structure when everyone playing hard individually trying to impress coaches instead of learning to play structured ball.

It was very obvious and blatant foul that Kevin Garnett committed. Everyone could see he was not playing the ball but playing the balls.

@SONNY… Wonder what your opinion is of the possibility that Jim Harbaugh will give Alex Smith a shot at coming back as the Niners starting quarterback. I’ve always thought that Alex could have been a winner with the right coaching and system. Harbaugh apparently believes the same and the chance that their may be a labor stoppage makes keeping Smith for at least the short term the smart move to make. Frankly, Harbaugh and his team could very well turn Alex into a super bowl quarterback. Be happy to hear your thoughts. Harbaugh is going to reprise the success of Bill Walsh and the Stanford Cardinal to San Francisco 49ers coaching greatness. How sweet if he does it with Alex Smith at QB.
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TOM
Posted by: LakerTom | January 29, 2011 at 10:42 PM

Laker Tom,

I have friends in Reno, where it is said, per capita,
that there are more 49'er fans than in San Francisco...
I believe it...and they are rabid.
I'd say 90% of them would just as soon string Alex up.
Similar sentiments exist in the Bay Area to a lesser extent, I think.
You have more of a pulse on that than I.

In any case, I think it would take a lot of balls to keep him aboard
(he has great value elsewhere)
much less let him 'start' the season.

That having been said, I think Alex has gotten a terrible shake
with the Niner organization, from the outset, and personally wouldn't mind
putting him on a short leash and providing a true opportunity for him
to become the great QB we all hoped, and thought he could be.
You have cited some advantages to doing this and I agree.
I don't have a clue what is going to happen.
It's an incredible gamble for Harbaugh.

Be it Alex or not, I want them to draft a high-end QB,
as well as acquire a reliable veteran as well.
The team is too good not to have at least an average
veteran presence at the position.

I expect the Niners to make the playoffs at minimum.
Better still, we are too long overdue for another dynasty.

Go Niners!

Sonnybelfast

Last I checked, Bynum isn't the all-star, Bynum isn't the highest paid player in the Lakers front-court, Bynum has never been labled the most skilled post player in the NBA, nor has Bynum been called the second best player on a Championship team, nor has he ever been an all-star. Pau Gasol is in fact all of those things which Bynum is not. Pau has refused to take a leadership role on this team and in turn has refused to shoulder any responsibility for the teams troubles (which I think he is). Pau Gasol is a prideless, gutless player who lacks heart and doesn't deserve to be mentioned with the past greats as a Laker Center (he's definately no POWER-forward). We have no chance to win another Championship with this Soft-served ice cream cone.

Back in the hunt next year kids.
And you?

Posted by: Sonnybelfast | January 29, 2011 at 10:13 PM

Sonny, Sonny, Sonny...your boys played ONE good, spirited game against us and you start having visions of dynasties in your head. Let's put this into proper perspective, my friend. That's your first win against us in your last 9 tries. Even more significantly, our Lakers have more NBA championships (16 going on 17) than your boys have wins this season (12, I believe). Get back to us when either or both of those ratios flips. Until then, enjoy your stay here in the home of the World Champion Los Angeles Lakers. You're kind of like our pet remora, dude.

I smell short, ugly, Green people. It's either Leprechauns or Celtic fans.

We got “punked” by Queens and they got “punked” by Smurfs... At least there probably wasn't any celebrating last night. It will be all business...

Match Ups
Fish and Rondo - Advantage CELTICS
Kobe and Ray - Advantage LAKERS
Ron and Paul - Have to say CELTICS unless Ron decides to score as well as defend.
Pau and Garnett - Which Pau? I have seen two this year – soft, sulky Pau and throw it down in your face/key block at the end of the game Pau. Garnet is out for blood... EVEN (I am a Laker fan)
Drew and Shaq - Shaq is bigger. Drew is younger. They have history. Drew is going to bounce back after Friday. LAKERS

Bench - We have Lamar - who is also going to bounce back after Friday. Shannon is finding his stroke. I don’t think their bench has been playing well. Every time I look Nate is shooting 2 for 8 or something... Advantage LAKERS
Coaching - LAKERS
Venue - LAKERS - if the crowds gets off its cell phones, stands up, and yells!
Momentum - EVEN - both coming off tough losses.
Wants it More – This is a tough one. I think Kobe is looking forward to playing them with a healed finger and healthy legs. Kobe always brings it. The rest of the team always... well... not so much. I think the Celtics have had a long time to think about Game 7. I remember when we played them after they beat us in the finals in ‘08 - we took care of business. Advantage CELTICS

I say the Lakers win a close one and Kobe has to step up and show a bunch of sports writers the meaning of the word clutch. Write about this sucker!

I am a Lakerholic.

Corner J - lmao, excellent post bra. I couldn't agree more. So many non-Laker small peeps on here pound their inflated chests and run their mouths when their team beats us during the regular season. For teams like the Queens, beating LA in January, is like winning a world championship. I actually feel sorry for teams like this, and their die hard fans alike. They are delusionally foolish.

@Justa(formerly JustaLakerFan)...

It seems like PJ is never going to play rookies except in blowout games. But, it seems like he also never plays veterans acquired after the start of the season. I thought last night provided an opportunity for Joe Smith to get some run with regular rotation players, particularly as the frontcourt players were all pretty ineffective. Why not see what Joe could do with Lamar and Pau or Drew?

It's hard to argue with Phil's track record. He doesn't have much faith in players that haven't had a full training camp with him learning the Triangle offense. In recent years, The Lakers acquired Jim Jackson and Ira Newble late in the season and PJ chose not to utilize them at all. But as I said, it's hard to argue with Phil's success. He'll never be an impulsive, instinctive coach. He relies on the execution of his system to the exclusion of most everything else.

LakerTom,

you wrote: The game does and doesn’t count. Who wins the game tomorrow won’t really matter in the long run but who wins the critical individual front court matchups could walk away with a distinct psychological advantage should the teams meet again in the NBA Finals.

my response: Winning this game does not win the championship. We agree
on that.

re: the psychological advantage. I actually tend to disagree with this also,
because you're looking at two championship teams.

Here's what winning will do: It will highlight/cement winning behaviors
which are necessary to win a championship regardless of which team winds
up in the finals. If you can't get UP to play the Celtics now ... why would you
do it in the finals. Be competitive or be a spectator!

[ btw, this is exactly what I believe D-Fish was referring to when he said that
championships are won *now*. ]

you wrote this: Can Drew outplay Perkins and Shaq, can Pau and LO respond to the physicality they will receive from KG and Big Baby, and can Ron turn Paul Pierce into a volume shooter? Those are the key questions to which tomorrow’s game will give us a preview and give both team’s an idea of how their new rosters matchup in a battle of will and toughness. The winning key will be Kobe Bryant getting his big men into the game early and often. Tomorrow, we’ll need Kobe the facilitator more than Kobe the scorer.

my response: I repeat. Your focus is wrong. Instead of looking at Kobe to
save the team by doing this or that, you need to start focusing on the other
players who periodically take the *MONTH* off. Bynum needs to *respect*
the Celtics bigs instead of giving them the same disrespect he gave Cousins.
The Lakers bigs *NEED* to fight for position & rebounds instead of loping
back as soon as a shot goes up.

I would appreciate it if you stopped focusing on the misguided notion that
Kobe needs to make his teammates better and start focusing on his teammates
are accountable for their actions. His *TEAMMATES* need to show up and
play hard instead of being lackadaisical. If Bynum, Pau & LO want to be
all-stars, *THIS* game should show that effort. And by the way, the teammates
have acknowledged that they've been lackadaisical/coasting. At least their
honest about it.

Finally, you wrote: On a final positive note, this Lakers team has not lost two straight games since Andrew Bynum returned to the starting lineup. I expect that trend to continue tomorrow afternoon. Go, Lakers

my response: Again you put it on the personnel instead of on what the
personnel are doing. Again you ignore the defensive scheme and paint Bynum
as the savior of the team. You could have just as easily said:

This Lakers team has not lost two straight games since implementing Pearson's
defensive modifications and that would be factually true and more accurate
since it also includes the times when Bynum is on the bench resting.

Bynum doesn't walk on water and he can only make it rain if he gives someone
money. He can be a presence, on the inside, if he makes the effort. I hope
he does.

Go Kobe!
Go Lakers!!!

I see us whimping out of this game to be honest. I love my Lakers and expect Kobe to go hard and try to get his teammates involved but the rest of them chicks on the team don't have the fortitude and fervor (sp?) that he possesses and it's a big game where our BIGS will again, disappear due to the pressure but most importantly, the physicality..............

Phred,

you wrote: You guys ever be in a situation where you really disagree with some people, and they just really really go one insisting they are right and refusing to listen to the other side?

my response: Would you prefer that I say nothing?

Would you prefer to here non-stop rhetoric of:

Bynum will save us.
Kobe is screwing things up by not playing properly.
Nothing during the regular season actually matters.

This was written:

"What have you done for me lately? Waaaaaaah .. nothing! You even let the Queens beat us in Staples Center during the really important regular season and Derek Fisher is totally worthless because even his stupid speeches don't work. But Fish was RIGHT! I agree that championships are won in January. He even said so."

my response: Ok. So now I'm a bad fan because I quote the players, I want
the Lakers to win as many games as possible during the regular season &
I want them prepared to win a championship during the playoffs.

Got it.

Have a good life.

LET US PRAY:

Dear Lord, You stated in Your Word several times that one of the things You hate the most is PRIDE. Show the world how serious You were when You said that by making an example of the Boston Celtics today on the Staples Center floor.

AMEN!

I agree... This game has no significant meaning. Statistically, it will help the winning team in their respective conference's standings. This game probably means more to the teams' respective fans and as far as the teams themselves are concerned, it's all about pride and who wants it the most. To that end, the mental advantage goes to the Celts which means the Lakers will be playing from behind in the 3rd & 4th quarters, but wind up with the win, 83-79!

Ron and Paul - Have to say CELTICS unless Ron decides to score as well as defend.

Posted by: Lakerholic | January 30, 2011 at 06:39 AM

Huh? You may have missed Game 7 of the 2010 NBA Finals.

"Shut down Paul Pierce. Three years straight, Paul Pierce is shooting 40.8 percent against Ron Artest," he said. "So, go ahead, tell me I'm slower. Tell me I can't play defense. Thank you."

"I know how to change a game defensively,'' Artest said. "I've dominated games defensively, and sometimes people don't see it. It's like that Chinese death blow hit. You don't feel until it's in you, and five seconds later, you kind of die. I forget the name of it, but it's a death blow.''

Amen!!

As far as ticket prices are concerned, I couldn't care less. The only games I attend are the ones that are paid for by someone else. I refuse to contribute my hard earned cash to overpaid basketball players. Just "ain't" gonna do it. Not at my age.

@HOBBITMAGE… As I said before, my friend, I’m not going to get into long debates with you over what I consider to be semantics or splitting hairs. Yes, it’s important to develop good habits and to get up for the big games during the regular season. And yes, how you “practice” often does carry over to how you play when the real games begin but to me comments like Derek Fisher’s remarks about championships being won in July is just another cliché for reporters and analysts to regurgitate. Frankly, I would have preferred Fish to stand up for his horrible defensive play against the Kings like Drew did rather than reaching into his bag of clichés for another memorable and quotable excuse.

As for Kobe’s importance as the team’s unquestioned leader and best player, I understand that you revere Kobe and rarely call him out for the way he plays but you need to understand the team dynamic and matchups against the Celtics in order see that Kobe needs to be a facilitator and not a volume scorer if we are going to beat the Celtics. We need to pound the ball inside and get and keep the bigs involved all game long. What we don’t need is Kobe to try and make up for his inefficient scoring effort in last year’s Game 7 of the NBA Finals. We need a balanced attack with players and ball moving and the Lakers dominating the paint at both ends of the court. I think that is exactly what Kobe is going to deliver today because he knows you win and lose the big games as a team.
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Finally, the two major factors in the Lakers not having a lost two games in a row since Drew went to the starting lineup are Andrew’s interior defense challenging shots and Kobe’s great efficiency as both a scorer and facilitator. You can claim all you want that we could have gotten the same results with Pau or Lamar or even Theo as center with the new system but the reality is that Andrew is the only player who can anchor our defense and if you watched the game as closely as you watch the blog you would see the easy layups and dunks that still happen every single time Drew leaves the floor.

Today’s game is going to be a test of both teams’ will and toughness. It cannot be won by playing one against two or three or four against five. The Lakers need Kobe to play like Magic – OK, that was just to pull your chain, LOL – if they are going to beat this Celtics team. What we can agree upon I am sure is that this is a game in which the Lakers need every player to man up. We can argue chicken or egg until the blog freezes over but bottom line, we need a complete team effort led by Kobe to win.
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TOM

Amen.

What do we play for? RINGS!!!

Lakers Today... Lakers Tomorrow... Lakers Forever.

GO LAKERS!!!

Lets go heat

Wow lakers lost serious..? Whos lakers coach name..? Oh yea, old fart on kobe face...lol...what a name..! Old fart on kobe face should let (kobe) know how 2 share he"s balls with his teammates...HEATS W/H B****

Da HEAT is ON..!

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