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Tuesday was the first time Ruben had ever seen Durant play in person.
“You know what's crazy about it?” Jose said. “If Oklahoma City wouldn't have played in Dallas ... he'd have been in Oklahoma.”
Ruben said, “I was going to Oklahoma.”
Instead, Durant and the Thunder came to him. The brothers decided after Oklahoma City defeated Memphis on Sunday that they were going to see a game in Dallas. They called the ticket office, but the best available tickets were in the upper deck.
Ruben figured he'd rather stay home and watch on TV than sit that far away.
Then, the Campos brothers found some lower-level seats. Behind the basket. Section 124. Row C.
The cost: $1,100 per ticket.
“A lot,” Jose admitted. “It's worth it.”
He looked out at the players, so close that he could see their facial expressions.
“This is a beautiful seat,” he said. “I couldn't expect more.”
Ruben said, “Whether the Thunder wins or not, it's worth it.”
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