ALICE COOPER's Restaurant Could Lose $500,000 If Entire NBA Season Is Canceled

According to, legendary rocker Alice Cooper's Alice Cooper'stown restaurant in downtown Phoenix has lost thousands of dollars already because of the NBA lockout and stands to lose even more if additional games are canceled.

Cooper'stown is located right across the street from US Airways Center, home of the Phoenix Suns.

If the entire season is lost, manager Ryan Rowland told ABC15 Cooper'stown expects to lose more than $500,000.

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