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Dorian Gray

Ticket question

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I'm looking at getting seats in lower Section 103 Row AA for an upcoming game and was wondering if anyone on here could tell me if they were decent seats or not. Don't wanna spend money on crap seats if possible. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated. Thanks.

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You really can't get a bad seat in that place. Ive been to NBA arenas all over the place and ours might be the nicest i've been in. The tickets i usually get are in the corner like those and they are great seats.

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My season tickets are in that section. Actually if it is the Indiana game then they are probably my tickets. I switched that game out to get 4 tickets to the Portland game last Saturday.

103, AA seats 31, 32

They are on the front row of that section so you have plenty of leg room and 1 isle seat. Good view although the isle seat does have a slight obstruction by some clear plexiglass. It doesn't bother me though and I'm pretty picky about those things. Good people around there too as most are season ticket holders.

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