Indiana Pacers vs. Los Angeles Clippers
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The last date listed for Indiana Pacers vs. Los Angeles Clippers was Saturday December 5, 2009 / 7:30pm.
Currently at STAPLES Center:
- Full Price:
- $15.00 - $60.00
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- $9.00 - $30.00
With their new head coach Doc Rivers and the team's "Big Three" -- Blake Griffin, Chris Paul and DeAndre Jordan -- the Los Angeles Clippers are looking to snag the championship banner this season. Another key reason they're top contenders: a quality bench with players like Jordan Farmar and Spencer Hawes. Catch some of the NBA's most promising stars during their preseason games at STAPLES Center, and scope out the incredible talent of a team that's hungrier (and more prepared) than ever for victory. Learn More
The mishaps and difficulties had me upset when I arrived. The venue personnel provided GREAT customer service. All you have to do is calmly explain what you want, what you need, and they will try to work out a satisfactory resolution. This was my first visit to the Arena. In the end, it proved to be a very satisfying one.Walking With Dinosaurs: The Arena Spectacular info • Sep 16 2014 star this tip starred
I wound up having transportation problems and arrived just as intermission started. It was necessary to walk around the entire perimeter of the arena in order to reach Will Call. And that hike was after walking from the bus stop at Flower and Pico. I was not happy about that part of the experience. I didn't want to miss more of the performance because of searching for my seat. Because of the hike, I learned that one can take the Red Line and transfer to the Blue Line and have a very comfortable and timely trip. Or you can take the Red Line and transfer to the Dash bus and be dropped off right in front of the Arena.Walking With Dinosaurs: The Arena Spectacular travel • Sep 16 2014 star this tip starred
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I treated my friend to the game as a post birthday affordable, (we sat in tier 300, 1st row- good seats) fun night out. It was unusual because he always watches games with his buddies from the sofa, at home. I thought this would be a great alternative to my original choice as I was considering Salsa Bootcamp instead. I thought I'd ease up on the "pull him out of his comfort zone" and go for something that he could just chill and we get to go out.
Getting to the game was fun. We took the metro, which was less hassle and less money than driving and parking and we got to appreciate the gorgeousness of downtown which has always been one of my favorite places. Plus we got to walk around after the game and see all the restaurants, particularly sushi places, all along Flower Street, toward 7th street (we decided to walk to the next stop, rather than take the Blue Line to the Red Line). Bring cash, it's less hassle.
The game was fun and until the 4th quarter, we thought Indiana was going to pull it off and win. It was a tight game most of the way and the Clippers ending up holding the ball for the final couple of seconds as there was no way the Pacers could steal it. I would definitely see them again. One of the referees moved like a dancer and those players were spry, and had the good sportsmanship that I tend to see in younger players. I appreciate good sportsmanship. It makes me want to see more games.
Favorite game interludes: the Kiss cam, shooting baskets to win cash, Filipino dance company shaking their groove thing, the Clippers cheerleaders rocked and the audience dance cam to win t-shirts. Oh...and the Clippers DJ was awesome!!!!!!!!!
This was a great night out. The best thing is...you can do any budget. Ohhhhhh...my biggest faux pas...I forgot that I could put my friend's name on the score board to wish him a happy birthday. I couldn't even mention my oversight, I just completely spaced it. Ouch!
The Indiana Pacers come to the STAPLES Center, taking on Eric Gordon, Baron Davis and the Los Angeles Clippers. The Pacers’ Danny Granger is one of the NBA’s most prolific scorers.