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The lowest seat number in a given section will be closest to the adjacent lower section. The same rule applies for the 100s and 200s sections. For example, seat 1 in Section 115 would be closest to the highest seat number in section 114, or the highest seat number in Section 115 (seat 16) would be closest to seat number 1 in section 116. The lower level sideline sections typically have 16 seats, and upper level sideline seats typically have 18. The corner and sideline sections in both levels have seat numbers that vary between 16 and 26 seats.
Oracle Arena is located at 7000 Coliseum Way in Oakland California, and is home to the Golden State Warriors. The crowd is known to be one of the toughest in the NBA, despite the Warriors lack of success in previous seasons. Oracle Arena has a capacity of 19,596 for Warriors games, and 20,000 for concerts.
The Club Seats are Oracle Arena are located in sections 101-102, 113-116, and 127-128. These tickets will grant you access into the two concourse level lounges, the Smirnoff Club and Corona Cantina Club.
The Golden State Warriors bench is located in front of sections 27-28, and the visiting bench is located in front of sections 1-2.
The best seats at Oracle Arena for a Warriors Game are located in the section nearest to center court. These sections include 14-15, 114-115, 1, 28, 101, and 128. For any basketball game, you want to be as close to center court as possible for optimal viewing. These sections also provide access to the Warriors Clubs
Speak to any Warriors fan and you will hear: "No matter where you sit, the view will always be good!" or "We're always at the very top and had no problems with the view" or "We sat at Section 222, Row 11. At other arenas, sitting at nosebleeds would make you squint just to see what was happening during the game. However, this wasn't the case at Oracle. The seats weren't too bad and it seemed like I wasn't missing out on the action. I could see the players and what they were doing pretty clearly." The only complaint you may hear is: "The leg room is tight at Oracle.. I am 6ft tall and my knees are close to touching the seat in front of me. If someone need to get by, I do have to stand up, unlike at HP Pavilion."
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