Los Angeles Lakers Tickets And Seating Chart
When you've been at the top of your game and the best of the best, sometimes fans think it's easy to repeat past successes. For the most part, it is often easier said than done to repeat a championship year, particularly if there was a great deal of struggle. During preseason games this year, the Los Angeles Lakers took on the competition both at home and away and made a great show of putting the game in their pocket most of the time. In October, there were plenty of fan smiles to go around as the Lakers won all but three games; a close call versus Golden State early in the month, another close call against the Denver and an 80-94 loss against Dallas on the 30th.This month the Lakers started off within a winning streak that had fans screaming for more. Atlanta, Oklahoma City, Houston, Memphis, New Orleans and Phoenix all came to the Lakers' house and were swept up in the momentum that each game brought and all took home losses against this team that seemed unbeatable. But, Denver came along and, just as it was in the preseason, the Lakers were unable to keep their winning streak going and lost to Denver big time, 79-105.Lakers fans, coaches and the Lakers themselves are quite optimistic at this point because the season is very young and there are plenty of opportunities left ahead for the Lakers to do what they do best: win. Names like Kobe Bryant, Shannon Brown and Andrew Bynum are often at the top of the news headlines because they are great players who score mega points in the game. The fans are no less loyal to the rest of the team though because it takes a whole team to get the job done. Regarded by many as the sports and entertainment center of the world, Staples Center is an award-winning venue that's home to five different professional sports franchises, including the Los Angeles Lakers. The recipient of the Pollstar-CIC Arena of the Year award, Staples Center is located at 1111 S. Figueroa Street in the heart of downtown Los Angeles, California. Easily accessible from many major freeways and close proximity to Nokia Theatre, Staples Center has been the home of the Los Angeles Lakers since 1999. With half of the games held at Staples Center, the Los Angeles Lakers are some of the league's leaders for home game wins. Famous numbers of the Los Angeles Lakers that have been retired at Staples Center include those for Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Wilt Chamberlain and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Staples Center has also been the site of many fantastic entertainment events and most recently was the location for the Michael Jackson Memorial Service. For Los Angeles Lakers home games, seating options exist for all budgets and site views. Level 100 offers heart-pounding action when the Lakers hit the court. Level 200 is just as action packed and you're not subject to get any Lakers players into the seat next to you from a fly jump. Suite Levels A, B, and C are an engagement with luxury bar none. If you're planning to attend a Los Angeles Lakers game at Staples Center, screenings, inspections and a trip through the metal detector is required before you are allowed entry to plan to arrive in plenty of time to get to your seats. There are many great concession choices on the main concourse as well as the upper concourse. Those who want the pleasure of something more substantial than hot dogs, pizza and hamburgers on the Suite levels (also premier ticket holders), can choose from San Manual Club, City View Grill and Lexus Club who offer spectacular views of the city as well as excellent dining choices to complete your Lakers game experience.