Los Angeles Lakers Middle Seats are along the baseline on the second level of the STAPLES Center. The STAPLES Center seating chart shows the Lakers middle seats between the Lakers loge seats below and the Lakers suites in the third level above.
The Lakers Middle Seats are in big sections with many rows from top to bottom. Lakers middle seats sections 214 to 219 are behind one basket and Sections 205 to 210 are behind the other basket. Although the face price of all the Lakers middle seats throughout each section is identical, the price for various Lakers Middle Seats on the secondary market will be drastically different. Many times the higher price of Lakers middle tickets closer to the court does not correspond with an improved viewing quality. Sitting directly behind the basket in the lower portions of the Lakers middle seats provides an obstructed view. When the ball is in the near court, the large supports from the basket blocks the view from the interior of the post, past the free throw line, and straight down the court. You will miss most of the action in the middle of the floor from these seats. Worse, when the action is on the far side of the court, you can’t even see the basket. Avoid the Lakers middle seats behind the basket if you are buying Lakers tickets.
Also see the Los Angeles Lakers Seating Chart for a detailed map of the seats at the Los Angeles Lakers STAPLES Center or view information on Lakers Courtside Seats, Lakers Loge Seats, Lakers Middle Seats, Lakers Premier Seats, Lakers Suite Seats, or Lakers Upper Seats.
The most expensive Lakers Middle seats cost $170 for normal weekday game and upwards of $1350 for a premium game against top opposition. The Los Angeles Lakers team sales office and the STAPLES Center game-time sales will generally be sold out of all Lakers middle seats. Your best chance to obtain Lakers middle tickets for a Lakers home game is through the secondary ticketing marketplace.
Los Angeles Lakers Middle Seats
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