Toyota Center

Toyota Center 400 Level Baseline

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Sitting Here for a Basketball Game

Most Baseline seating in the Upper Level is made up of 16 rows (exceptions in handicap accessible rows) with the first row being Row 1. Row 14 in Sections 401 and 418 are wheelchair accessible with seating available at the top of these sections.

Upper Level Baseline seats are among the furthest away from the court, but are also among the least expensive seats in Toyota Center. The front rows in these baseline sections are just above the last rows in 100 level seating and are lower to the court than the first rows in 400 level sideline seats - making them a good value for fans on a budget. Just beware that sitting in the front row does lead to long walks up and down the stairs each time you want to reach the concourse.  - RateYourSeats.com

Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

  • "Kinda Boring Up Here"

    (Section 417) - -

    It was kinda boring being up here. The court is really far away and there wasn't much food nearby. Not really a lot to say about these seats. You have an unobstructed view of the court, there just won't be a lot of thrills to go with.

  • "Interesting Perspective Behind the Camera Well"

    (Section 415) - -

    There is a camera well right in front of these seats, so this was actually the first row of seating in this section. Sounds like a good thing since no one is in front of you, but they put up a railing so you don't attack the cameraman (or fall two feet into his camera well) and it really obstructs ...

  • "Nothing special and little legroom"

    (Section 402) - -

    There isn't much special about these seats, located behind the basket on the upper seating tier. The views are not horrible as the basket only blocks out the right side of the key and the top of the three point line at the near end of the court. The leg room was cramped and even though the seats fa...

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