"I am extremely disappointed by the quote of the fans" conducted by the Minnesota Timberwolves. in a way, but in the same way, the Miller said in her address. 1
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“We do not permit hate speech, racism, sexism or homophobia. We also do not allow disruptive behavior, including foul or abusive language, or obscene gestures. Violators may be subject to ejection and other penalties, including in lifetime ban, ”it continues.
An email sent to season ticket holders says that those ticket owners are "accountable for whoever sits at (their) seats
"When the bad night is happening, it's not the same it is directed at, it also affects our players. They are our competition, "Miller said." Competition is a good thing. It allows players to showcase their talents, and allows them to share those talents with us. ”
“Now, let's clear: we want you to be loud. You're the reason we have the best home-court advantage in the league. We have a unique arena that provides the crowd with close proximity to the court, and the email reads reads. "Players and coaches on the team can hear you, as well as the fans of the arena."
"Use your energy cheering our team, with your honest, sincere enthusiasm, the opposing team, ”Miller said. “No one wins when respect goes away. Let's keep a good idea of what's going on. ”