The Harlem Globetrotters' performance at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre on Monday night was delightful for many young fans but left some adults, some of whom had paid up to $1,000, disappointed. The talent and finesse of the players is not in question, but the event, organised by Lighthouse Events, was poorly arranged. Sources told CitySeen that concession stands were lacking in choice and often ran out, seating arrangements left many people far from the action as the stands were laid out so there was only one side for spectators - the other side was occupied by a large billboard. The start time was far beyond the target audience's bedtime, with play commencing at 9pm, one hour later than the publicised time. Rob Naylor, Hong Kong's answer to rugby's Jonny Wilkinson, said: 'It was definitely aimed at a younger audience and the atmosphere was lost because it was held in too large a venue.'