WHERE ARE THE BEST SEATS IN THE HOUSE?
The closer you are to the court, the more visceral your experience will be: from hearing the squeaks of the players’ sneakers; to tracking the deeply furrowed lines of their coaches’ brows.
It is also ideal to sit in a mid-court section – whether you are courtside or in the nosebleeds – as you will benefit from an unobstructed view of the full basketball court.
Since you will probably refrain from splurging $1,500+ to sit courtside next to diehard Clippers fan, actor Billy Crystal, I suggest buying seats in one of the following sections:
100 LEVEL, MID-COURT
You will be able to watch the full action on the court and be close enough to see the sweat on players’ brows. These seats can range from $200 to $1000+.
The best sections are 101 and 111. Or, if you want to face the Clippers bench, section 102.
PREMIER LEVEL, MID-COURT
These 200-level seats are more affordable and come with a number of sweet amenities including wider seats with more leg room, a private entrance, in-seat food and beverage service and exclusive access to a $40 buffet before or during the game (reservations recommended).
The price can range from $80 to $600+. The best sections are 5 and 14.