While the views from center court may be better, sitting behind the Cavaliers bench is an experience in and of itself. The front rows are just mere feet from the players and coaches, giving you a chance to spy on the huddle and see just how big the players truly are.
If you can't sit directly behind the bench, try for seats on the other side of the floor that face the bench. You won't be as close to the players, but you'll still get a great head-on view of their behavior.
Cavs bench is in that corner and the players come out between sections 128 and 131, so that's a cool view. It's best to get seats in rows 1-16 which are below the concourse level, rows 20-30 are above concourse level and farther from the court....More