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KyKid
01-23-2006, 05:30 PM
Hey guys, im new to PD, and im actually planning on going to my first pacer game feb. 1st against the lakers. My question is will I be allowed to go into the lower arenas to take pictures and whatnot during shootaround even though my seats are upper arena? I was told to get there at 5:30 as the game is at 7. Any help would be great, id like to get up close to get some nice pics of JO and the crew. Also, are upper arena seats that bad at Conseco? They are not nosebleed, row 10 I think. Thanks again guys

Kstat
01-23-2006, 05:31 PM
Hey guys, im new to PD, and im actually planning on going to my first pacer game feb. 1st against the lakers. My question is will I be allowed to go into the lower arenas to take pictures and whatnot during shootaround even though my seats are upper arena? I was told to get there at 5:30 as the game is at 7. Any help would be great, id like to get up close to get some nice pics of JO and the crew. Also, are upper arena seats that bad at Conseco? They are not nosebleed, row 10 I think. Thanks again guys

Conseco is a small NBA arena. There are no "nosebleed" seats.

rel
01-23-2006, 06:02 PM
the view from the upperdeck @ conseco is probably better than most arena's upperdecks

Eindar
01-23-2006, 06:04 PM
the view from the upperdeck @ conseco is probably better than most arena's upperdecks

Still a far inferior view to the upper deck at MSA, but probably better than most NBA arenas.

Pacesetter
01-23-2006, 06:11 PM
Yes, kykid, if you arrive at 5:30 and the game starts at 7:00, you will be allowed to view the court at the lower level until approximately 30 minutes before game time. You should bring jersey, hats, etc ... for autographs, but there's no guarantee they will autograph them, but I've seen them go out of their way on multiple occasions to do that for fans. They are very hospitable most times, when time allows.

Pacesetter
01-23-2006, 06:12 PM
Still a far inferior view to the upper deck at MSA, but probably better than most NBA arenas.

Depends on WHERE in the upper deck at MSA ... I've gotten slight nose bleeds up there....lol.

;)

Eindar
01-24-2006, 06:19 AM
Depends on WHERE in the upper deck at MSA ... I've gotten slight nose bleeds up there....lol.

;)

That's revisionist history. The only nosebleeds I saw at MSA were a direct result of knuckles in someone's face :)

I'm saying, take the same row of the upper deck, any row at all, from the closest to the top row. The view at MSA was better.