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    Quote Originally Posted by SelectionSunday View Post
    It was nice they did the the moment of silence for Coleman.

    I'm going to nit-pick, though. ...

    They did it well in advance of the game when neither team was on the floor.
    How far in advance? It was before I got there for sure...but we didn't leave Sturbs until 5:45...
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    Quote Originally Posted by brucekaupa View Post
    How far in advance? It was before I got there for sure...but we didn't leave Sturbs until 5:45...
    At least 15 to 20 minutes before the game started. And of course with the 6 p.m. start, there was a lot less people to observe the moment of silence. At minimum it should have been done when both teams were out there, not in the locker room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brucekaupa View Post
    How far in advance? It was before I got there for sure...but we didn't leave Sturbs until 5:45...
    I happen to know it was exactly at 5:50 PM, because I was standing in line at Drew's popcorn trying to determine if I could make it through and not miss the opening tap. They showed a picture of him on the TV screens in the hall and there were 7 minutes left of the scoreboard clock which I think is a countdown to the player intros.

    I made it to my seat prior to the Star Spangled Banner for all those concerned.

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