Written by Nathan Wertheimer
Kissimmee, FL – Say goodbye to the Kissimmee Civic Center, which was the former home to the Orlando Waves. Now the Waves have moved to the Downtown Orlando Recreation Complex. The complex is located at 363 North Parramore Avenue, Orlando, FL 32801. It is fitting that the Waves are moving into the old Orlando Magic practice facility. The Magic has not used this facility since they moved to RDV Sportsplex back in the early nineties.
The final home game for the Waves will be on Saturday, March 4, 2017, at 7pm, right in Downtown Orlando. I encourage everyone to attend. Ticket prices are reasonable. They are $8 and $12 per ticket per game. Expect more excitement with communal sitting, allowing for closer interaction between fans and players. This is something the NBA has got away from. The ABA is all about the fan experience. When watching a game, one will see a faster pace basketball game with more heart and hustle. These players are trying to prove they belong in the NBA one day. Orlando Waves fans just love the vibe of this team.
Currently the Orlando Waves are 16-2 and are in second place in the Florida Division. Jacksonville Giants are 13-2 are in third place which is not far behind us. Come down a ride the wave with the Orlando Waves.
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