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13695 Star Starred
1111 South Figueroa St. Los Angeles, CA 90015
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We always park at the corner of Pico and Figeuroa. There is a lot behind the Hooters and a Mexican restaurant. The fee is $15 which I believe is cheaper than parking at the Staples Center. It is a short walk from the center and you can grab a good meal before heading over to see the game. The Mexican spot is pretty good, especially their salsa.
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James W. Tsai
We shopped online for parking prices, but the Staples Center Lot C parking for $10 on their website was the best price without needing to walk far.
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4 reviews
0 stars
attended Mar 12 2009

When we picked up the tickets, the price on the tickets said $20 but it was advertised as being $44 then reduced to $22, so not sure why the tickets actually had a different price. There were other people sitting in our seats, but since there...continued

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6 reviews
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attended Mar 13 2009

Although the seats were in the 300 level, there really isn't a bad seat in the Staples Center. I kind of wish you knew what your seat assignment was prior to purchasing, but I was releived to have seats that weren't in the last row behind a...continued

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88 reviews
5 stars
attended Mar 12 2009

A USC win, a good seat(although in the upper level), and a discounted ticket -- what more could I ask for!

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For the 8th straight year STAPLES Center will host the 2009 Men’s Pacific Life Pac-10 Basketball Tournament. This year all ten teams will participate to compete for an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.

The Pac-10 boasts some of the top teams and players in the NCAA this year, arguably the best field of teams ever for the Pac-10. Who will make it out of this terrific field and win the Pac-10 Championship this year?

Tournament Schedule:

Session 1: Wednesday, March 11 (Opening Round)

6:00pm (Game 1) – No. 8 Oregon State vs. No. 9 Stanford

8:30pm* (Game 2) – No. 7 Washington State vs. No. 10 Oregon

Session 2: Thursday, March 12 (Quarterfinals)

Noon (Game 3) – No. 4 Arizona State vs. No. 5 Arizona

2:30pm* (Game 4) – No. 1 Washington vs. Winner of Game 1

Session 3: Thursday, March 12 (Quarterfinals)

6:00pm (Game 5) – No. 3 California vs. No. 6 USC

8:30pm* (Game 6) – No. 2 UCLA vs. Winner of Game 2

Session 4: Friday, March 13 (Semifinals)

6:00pm (Game 7) – Winner of Game 3 vs. Winner of Game 4

8:30pm* (Game 8) – Winner of Game 5 vs. Winner of Game 6

Session 5: Saturday, March 14 (Finals)

3:00pm (Game 9) – Winner of Game 7 vs. Winner of Game 8

  • Start times for games marked with an asterisk are approximate.