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2024 Lakers vs Clippers Tickets

The Lakers and Clippers are both Los Angeles area teams and share a long history together which extends back to 1984. The first LA Lakers vs LA Clippers game in November 1984 was won by the Lakers. Over the half century since they started to play each other the Lakers have held the upper hand, but the Clippers are building their own legacy now including their own separate basketball venue, the Intuit Dome. These days both teams are stacked with elite players and among the best teams in the Western Conference.

Which team will win the #BattleforLA in 2024? Demand for Lakers vs Clippers tickets has never been stronger than right now as each team is a legit NBA Finals contender (if all of their players stay healthy). Los Angelenos love to go to big events, and there is nothing bigger in basketball then when these two titans meet. They both reside in the NBA's Pacific Division, so they play each other four times a year, with all of those games at Crypto.com Arena. The games alternate which team is the home team, right down to flip flopping the locker room so one team is home and the other is "visitor" in their own venue. If you are an L.A. sports fan, do not miss these games.

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Crypto.com Arena 2024 Events

Crypto.com Arena (formerly the Staples Center) is a multi-use arena in downtown Los Angeles, primarily occupied by the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers of the NBA and the Los Angeles Kings of the NHL. While they're the primary teams to play there, it is also the home of the LA Sparks. Crypto.com Arena hosts over 250 events a year, which brings in nearly 4,000,000 patrons each calendar year. For decades fans in Los Angeles came to the Staples Center, but in 2021 the venue changed name to Crypto.com Arena.

The arena opened in 1999 and the first event ever to take place was on October 17, 1999, when Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band played. The center is part of L.A. Live, which is a retail and live event area in downtown L.A. that includes the Nokia Theatre and Club Nokia, the Grammy Museum, ESPN broadcasting studios, as well as retail shops, restaurants, hotels, and residences.

Crytpo.com Arena Seating Chart

  • Capacity: Approximately 20,000
  • Events: Concerts, Basketball, Hockey, Boxing, Arena Football, Tennis, Wrestling & Special Shows
  • Sections: Floor, Loge, Upper, Mid, Suites & Premier Levels
  • Where are the most popular sections to sit at Crypto.com Arena? Usually, we might suggest a good medium between the upper level and the floor seats, but in the Crypto.com Arena, you want to get as close as possible to the court. While basketball is great, we suggest it because of celebrities. Everyone wants to see one when they take a trip to L.A., and there's always some at Lakers games. Jack Nicholson is a regular, but you'll see anyone from Leonardo DiCaprio to Larry David at games throughout the season.
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Crypto.com Arena 2024 Events

Crypto.com Arena (formerly the Staples Center) is a multi-use arena in downtown Los Angeles, primarily occupied by the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers of the NBA and the Los Angeles Kings of the NHL. While they're the primary teams to play there, it is also the home of the LA Sparks. Crypto.com Arena hosts over 250 events a year, which brings in nearly 4,000,000 patrons each calendar year. For decades fans in Los Angeles came to the Staples Center, but in 2021 the venue changed name to Crypto.com Arena.

The arena opened in 1999 and the first event ever to take place was on October 17, 1999, when Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band played. The center is part of L.A. Live, which is a retail and live event area in downtown L.A. that includes the Nokia Theatre and Club Nokia, the Grammy Museum, ESPN broadcasting studios, as well as retail shops, restaurants, hotels, and residences.

Crytpo.com Arena Seating Chart

  • Capacity: Approximately 20,000
  • Events: Concerts, Basketball, Hockey, Boxing, Arena Football, Tennis, Wrestling & Special Shows
  • Sections: Floor, Loge, Upper, Mid, Suites & Premier Levels
  • Where are the most popular sections to sit at Crypto.com Arena? Usually, we might suggest a good medium between the upper level and the floor seats, but in the Crypto.com Arena, you want to get as close as possible to the court. While basketball is great, we suggest it because of celebrities. Everyone wants to see one when they take a trip to L.A., and there's always some at Lakers games. Jack Nicholson is a regular, but you'll see anyone from Leonardo DiCaprio to Larry David at games throughout the season.

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