I am the first to agree that there is no group that is perfect as well as there is no person that is as well, but perfection is something to stride for in order to be able to move upward in life as an individual, as part of a team, and bigger et as part of an organization. We all know that the Nets had a horrible season. Even those who do not follow sports knew who the NJ Nets were not by how good they have done but how they were one of the worst. Tonight was the first practice that they had to show the fans and potential season seat holders what they will be about in this upcoming season. The new management team introduced themselves and provided season holders with information on how to access their benefits. This part of the evening was great, it made those who had committed to supporting the team this year feel like they had made the right choice. The practice session was good. There were a lot of promising moves on the court that showed the team may gain a winning momentum and hopefully retain it as well to lead them where they need to go. Part of this evening's agenda included an autograph session with the team after the practice session was over. This was meant for new season pass holders as well as potential ones.. Everyone was directed to form two lines and directed to where the team was signing the autographs. The wait was long but the fans thought it was going to be worth it, The lines were split up into 2 different directions. Some of the players were signing autographs on one side and some on the other. That made sense to me because everyone would atleast leave the place with autographs. After the line had been formed for over an hour and just as some people had passed the last set of doors and where the players were all within sight (less than 10 feet away), a person that was overseeing the line cut the line off. At first we thought they were just creating space to usher out those that had signed autographs, but then we were told that there would be no more autographs under the instructions of the coach. I do not wait on lines for anything except for airports because I do not have a choice. Tonight based on what I had seen on the court, I felt that it may be worth getting on line to meet this new promising line-up. After having waited for close to an hour and no prior announcement that the autographs would be limited, I was not a happy camper and I was not alone. When the crowd expressed their disappointment to those that were handling the line the attitude on behalf of the workers representing the Nets was anything but professional. Have you ever heard the term "It Is What It Is"? I have heard it one too many times. "It Is What It Is" That does not fill up courts and by no means creates raving fans. If this is any indication of what to expect as a Season Pass Holder ... please hold on to your tickets Nets and just invite your friends and family.