Corner sections on the lower level at the Moda Center offer wildly different experiences for a Blazers game. Fans looking at tickets in this seating zone are typically looking to sit in a 100 level section on a budget. If this is you, be sure to choose the right section to make the most out of your money.
While sections 103, 110, 114 and 121 seem like decent places to sit, these sections should be strictly avoided. Instead of facing center court like other corner sections, these seats face behind the basket and will force you to turn your body and neck to see the action on the court. For an unpopular game with empty seats, this may not be much of an issue. But for a sold-out or Saturday night game when the arena is packed, this leads to an incredibly uncomfortable experience.
On the other end of the spectrum, sections 104, 109, 115 and 120 may some of the best corner sections in the NBA. The angle towards center court is not perfect, but it is much better than in the adjacent corner sections. Instead, it's the accessibility of these seats that make them great. All seats are within eight rows of the concourse so there are barely any stairs to traverse as you're juggling a plate of nachos and two beers. Additionally, most rows in these sections have just five or fewer seats. This makes getting in and out much easier than in other sections where you can find as many as 24 seats and have to walk past 12 strangers while doing your balancing act.