For Lakers’ games, the diehards live in Section 300. Similar geography goes for Clipper Nation. Beware the casual, non- LA native who dares be brave and don his out of town team jersey. I commend your bravery. Great seats obviously being courtside if you’re willing to part with your hard earned cash in such ways and wanna hang with Jack Nicholson. Slightly less expensive tickets but still filled with tons of exciting action are those behind the nets. It’s a very fun combination of two great things. Great seats and burning passion. Close seats being floor side. Passion being the very serious fans who actually want Blake Griffin or Kobe to crash into them as they took a hit underneath the boards. That’s right, if you want a 6’5” very sweaty gentleman causing your soda to fly in every direction except theirs, doesn’t get better than behind the basket. As for the Kings, nothing beats on the glass. Same goes for pretty much all of hockey. Everywhere.
Just like in any stadium, the closest seats are the best and the furthest seats are the worst. So the 100 level seats are the best, the 300 level seats are the worst, and the 200 level seats are worse than the 100 level and better than the 300 level. However, if you aren’t willing to fork out the money for 100 level seats, 200 level seats are a great option. Even if you are stuck with the 300 level seats, there is a big video board that can allow you to see the action more clearly.
Best seats, as they are in most basketball venues, are at either side of the stadium and as close to the court as you can get. But those tickets are normally very expensive, so if you want that great experience, be ready to pay for it.
As far as worst seats, the nosebleeds are probably your worst bet because you are so far from the action, but there is a large jumbotron for you to watch the action on as well!
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