Peter Debusschere Took Me And My Dad to an NBA Game

1st of all, I would like to say thank you to Mr. Debusschere for taking me to an NBA game. It was a once in a lifetime experience and I was sitting with some incredible people. Here is my experience at the game!

I was sitting in my room working on a blog post when all of my sudden I heard the incredible news. I heard that Peter Debusschere was going to take me to an NBA game. All I was thinking of was how cool it would be to go to a game with the son of a Knicks legend, Dave Debusschere. Dave Debusschere is a Hall of Famer who was known for his defensive ability. His defense was a key reason for the Knicks 1970 and 1973 championship rings.

Anyway, I got to the game ready to watch Porzingis and the Knicks face off against the Bucks. I’ll give you a detailed analysis of the game later, however, for now, I just want to talk about the experience of the game. When I arrived at my seat, I knew it was a special one. I have been to multiple Knicks games, however, they have never double checked my ticket. The security guard at this game wanted to make sure it was the correct seat, which is where I realized it was some kind of V.I.P seat. Why was that? That is only because Jesse Jackson was sitting in front of me, and two rows in front of me was Scott Perry, the Knicks GM. And don’t forget that a few seats down from me was Peter DeBusschere.

All in all, this was a great experience that I am thankful for. I have been to a total of 3 basketball games this season, and two of them came in the matter of a week. Also in the Knicks game was a Porzingis injury, so I’m hoping he has a successful return to the Knicks. Overall this game was awesome to go to and I can’t wait for the next week of basketball and the next week of blog posting. Thank you for reading and have an amazing day!

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