"Leaning forward is a must to see over the fans in front"
The 300 level at the Kohl Center doesn't feel that far from the court, but the angle of the seating between rows felt a bit short as it was difficult to see over the people in front. I had to lean forward most of the time to be able to see over the average height fans in front of me, and was blocked out from plays at the near sideline when I leaned back to rest my posture. The video boards face the sides and ends of the court, so I didn't have a direct view, although it wasn't overly difficult to make out the replays.
Seat 15 was one seat off the aisle, and with Row H being being 5 rows above the entry tunnel at Row D, it was easy to move between the concourse and the seats. But while the seats were accessible, it was also very dark up in this section. With minimal lighting I wouldn't recommend sitting here for people who have difficulty seeing in low light as it might be difficult to get to the seats.
Best for... fans on a budget
Avoid if... you're bringing the family