Thousands of fans came out to support the Oklahoma City Thunder during their latest playoff game; all of whom knowing in advance they could not get tickets to the game.
"This is actually my first night coming out," said Thunder fan Deon Lusk. "I've been hearing about it and it's first time checking it out and I think it's something nice."
And it was all free entertainment for those willing to watch the game on the state's largest jumbotron televison. It's attached to the side of the Chesapeake Energy Arena.
Of course there are plenty of food and drink vendors along with game centers set up to keep people occupied.
Even when the skies opened up for a torrential downpour in the second half, the faithful Oklahoma City fans were not deterred. And they were rewarded with another close Thunder playoff victory to take a 2-0 series lead over the Dallas Mavericks.