View from Section 105 at Capital One Arena, home of the Washington Wizards


#2 Justin Ferris 2013-11-11 04:15
Section 105 had a lot of seats total but the rows were smaller with less fans. The seats down in front of where we sat were the "Box Seats" but you get the same view from rows A through P so don't even waste your money. They keep the Box Seats sectioned off with railing which is a sure way to make the regular fans feel like winners, lemme tell ya!
The Verizon Center or the "Phone Booth" as a lot of fans call it isn't quiet as big as Madison Square Garden in NYC but is much newer and tickets are never as expensive. It's just as accessible as MSG is too. All you have to do to get here is to take the Metro to the Chinatown stop. Fares are very cheap and all of DC's famous landmarks are almost all within a 20 minute walking radius.
With Chinatown close by, there are so many restaurants to eat at before or after the Wizards game you attend. Carmine's on 7th street or Tony Cheng's on H Street are quality places. If you're looking for more of a Sports atmosphere, check out the Hard Times Cafe which is inside the arena. Once again, this is a extremely nice NBA arena if not one of the nicest in the league.
#1 Josh Lemaster 2013-01-22 07:25
105 was directly behind the East goal on the far end of the arena. These seats can be had for as little as $20 for week night games so a couple of buddies and I took advantage. The view is suspect. I hate the end zones but it was cool being close to the floor and seeing the players up close and in person. It was a big section so choosing the wrong seat can cost you but I would say that if you're not too picky about where you sit, any seat will do. The ticket prices took a considerable hike the closer you get to center court but that's the same story for any NBA arena.

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