Toyota Center

Houston Rockets 400 Level Baseline Seating

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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

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  • Ratings, Reviews & Recommendations

    • "Leaning Forward Most of the Game"

      (Section 403) - -

      It was great sitting in the front row with no other fans in front to block the view, however the glass safety railing left me leaning forward to get a clear view. When sitting back normally in the seat you can still see through the glass and to the court, but found it to be very distracting and onl...

    • "Better than having to walk down to first row"

      (Section 401) - -

      The view from behind the basket is not so great. The view of the other end of the court is pretty good (the Rockets shoot there in the 3rd and 4th quarters), but the view of the near basket is really obstructed by the hoop. The entrance to the section is in the top row, so you only have to walk d...

    • "If you’re taller than 3’ don’t get these seats, worst ever for your knees "

      (Section 418) - -

      These seats are extremely tight. My knees will hate me for the rest of my life and I’m a woman.

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