One of the old Rupp Arena basketball goals was moved backed into position on the floor as crew members prepared the arena for a game in 2013. Bigger than a car, the Lexington Center found out there was not much demand for Rupp’s old goals at auction, but it did find a buyer who purchased the set of three (two main, one backup) for $6,100.
One of the old Rupp Arena basketball goals was moved backed into position on the floor as crew members prepared the arena for a game in 2013. Bigger than a car, the Lexington Center found out there was not much demand for Rupp’s old goals at auction, but it did find a buyer who purchased the set of three (two main, one backup) for $6,100. Rich Copley File
One of the old Rupp Arena basketball goals was moved backed into position on the floor as crew members prepared the arena for a game in 2013. Bigger than a car, the Lexington Center found out there was not much demand for Rupp’s old goals at auction, but it did find a buyer who purchased the set of three (two main, one backup) for $6,100. Rich Copley File

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June 27, 2017 03:18 PM