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One of the best environments for college basketball can be found at Maples Pavilion. Built in 1969, Maples Pavilion has been host to many of the most memorable collegiate games in the nation over recent years. Maples Pavilion underwent a $26-million renovation that was completed in 2004-05, ushering in a new era of great basketball that benefited both student-athletes and fans alike. Maples Pavilion serves as home for the men's and women's basketball teams, along with the women's volleyball program. The men's and women's gymnastics squads, in addition to the men's volleyball team, also occasionally host home events in the facility. The 7,233-seat structure serves the entire university as a multi-purpose facility. It was originally built at a cost of $3.3 million. It was named after its principal donor, Roscoe Maples, a member of the 1904 Stanford class.
The Cardinals bench is located in front of section 4, and the visitor???s bench is in front of section 2.
The best seats at the Maples Pavilion are located in sections 2-4 and 10-12. Ideally, for any basketball game, you want to position yourself as close to mid-court as possible. TickPick's patented Score Report also helps guide you to the tickets that are the best value for any Stanford Cardinals Basketball game.
The student sections at the Maples Pavilion are always located in sections 13 and 14.
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