Big East Tournament at The Garden
The Big East Men’s Basketball Tournament plays at the Mecca for basketball, Madison Square Garden in New York, New York. The Big East Tourney has been held at The Garden since 1983, so there is a long history of this conference with this venue and many fans show up for the Garden experience. MSG is home for the New York Knicks and New York Rangers, where it regularly holds 20,000 fans.
Directly behind the first few court side rows, these sections are premier seating that will get you a great view of the game. Sections 4-6 and 10-12 are Club sections.
The 100-level seating is very close to the basketball court without paying for court side seats. 106-108 and 116-118 are Club sections which offer premium amenities. The sections listed with "baseline" or "platinum" in the Section Name (or Notes) are slightly closer than the 100 level sections that are not listed in that manner.
This is a small level on the baselines, with less than 10 rows in each section. Then the 200-level becomes the biggest sections along the sidelines, and those called Lower Level Center give you a good view of the action on the court at a reasonable price.
This level of seating is called many different things in different areas of the arena, including balcony, chase bridges, and the lounge. While it's a much higher-level than the lower arena seating, it still offers an excellent view of the court.
The 400 Level End is on a baseline, and is actually closer to the court than the 300 level seating behind it. This is an affordable place to sit (aka: the cheap tickets) where you won't miss a second of the basketball action.