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Seat view from section 114 at the United Center, home of the Chicago Bulls

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0 #2 Bryan Hollins 2013-10-03 05:17
I've had seats in section 114 for a Bulls game in the past. We were about 15 rows up. Could see the floor just fine but having to "look right" the entire time got a little old. But section 114 is just fine for 4 quarters of Bulls basketball. They played the 76ers at the game I went to. Also take objection to there not being any cup holders in the arena. I realize the United Center is almost 20 years old but is it asking too much to add cup holders for fans?
The scoreboard is the perfect size - not too big and not too small. HD presentation, the PA announcer is legendary and so is the national anthem before Bulls games.

There's so much I love about this arena. The only thing it lacks is the surrounding neighborhood that Wrigley Field has. In typical Jerry Reinsdorf fashion, the Bulls play in a similar neighborhood to the Chicago White Sox. It's on Madison Ave but the nearest neighborhoods aren't the greatest. If you're already nervous about walking at night after a game, just take one of the many CTA buses to the game like many other fans.
If you're looking for the famous Michael Jordan Statue, it's outside of Gate 4. They've also recently added statues of Bobby Hull and Stan Mikita out there.

Enjoy your seats!
0 #1 Dez 2012-01-18 20:09
Not a bad section to sit in. You're in the corner of the arena but not the far corner-section 115. A tunnel is to your left which separates the other sections from the rest of the floor. I had tickets in this section for a Bulls-Knicks games a few years back. About five rows up. The team benches are the opposite side of the court so you never really get close to the players.
Tickets for what you get in this section are way overpriced, I would only sit here if you can for cheap.

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