When you get to the game you will either feel really close, at least at a comfortable distance, or like you’re about to fall off that really steep mountain in your nightmares. Seating gets uncomfortably steep at the top deck so be aware of that when you’re buying tickets. Floor seats are obviously great, as well the bleachers behind the basket and off to the side or under the basket at Wizards games and the same areas or hockey equivalent at Caps games. 100 and 200 level seating is awesome and makes for an enjoyable experience
Best seats- For Basketball, the center court second tier seating is often better, and cheaper, than the back rows of the 100 level. The birds eye view, rather than the skyrocket view of the 400s, is nice for reading the plays, and still close enough o make out the faces of the players. Corner court 100 options are decents because you can see playes develop cross court, and be in the action on the near court.
Worst seats- 400 anything. Obvious I know, but in Verizon, you may as well watch at home. Also, anything behind the basket more than a few rows.
Best seats- Anything courtside or 15 rows up is amazing. The more you move up the farther you are way from the action so if possible I would try to stay in that lower level.
Worst seats- There truly isn’t a bad seat in the house but if I had to pick one it would be in the 400 level behind the basket or net.
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