LINCOLN -- Basketball.jpg" style="width: 150px; float: left; height: 149px" />Basketball fans, beware. If you find a deal on NCAA Final Four tickets that seems too good to be true, it probably is. The Better Business Bureau warns basketball fans about ticket scams for the tournament this weekend in Atlanta. BBB Nebraska President and CEO Jim Hegarty says be cautious when shopping on Craig's List or on other person-to-person websites. If you buy tickets outside the event, remember there are no refunds or guarantees. Official ticket information is on ncaa.com slash tickets. The BBB also provides names of reputable secondary market ticket firms that offer buyer protections, including money-back guarantees if the tickets are fakes.