If you’re a sports fan this really is one of the best times of the year for getting your action fix. With March Madness in full effect, the smell of fresh cut grass on the baseball field with baseball starting, teams are jockeying for playoff positions and home court in the NBA, and to me the most exciting the frozen ice melts with the speed and heat of the NHL playoffs coming and you really ask for much more? I know NFL in action would be the icing on your sports birthday cake but since that isn’t happening here is a look at what’s coming up for sports around So Cal!
Clippers Tickets – With just five games left at the Staples Center and the 4.5 games back from the Spurs the Clippers look like they could hold home court for the first round of the playoffs if they can hold off the Rockets. The Clippers face the Mavs 4/3, Battle for LA against the Lakers on 4/6, a must win against the Thunder on 4/8 and the Kings 4/12 followed by the last game of the regular season 4/15 against the Nuggets. Clippers Tickets are available for all these games as well as the Playoffs.
Lakers Tickets – Although out of the playoffs this year the Lakers have seven home games left in the season which include some playoff-bound teams including the Blazers 4/1, Mavericks 4/5, Grizzlies 4/13 Warriors 4/11 and the return one more time of Dwight Howard and the Rockets on April 8th. The Lakers could end up helping out the Clippers with wins against Houston, Portland, and Golden State or could end up with a better lottery pick if they lose.
Kings Tickets- With a shoot out win against the Caps last night the Kings remain 5 points in front of the Wild. LA has just four home games left at the Staples Center in the regular season the Kings cant let up and coast into the playoffs. The Winnipeg Jets fly into LA on 3/29, followed by the Minnesota Wild 3/31 (Stick up for animal rights night), Phoenix Coyotes 4/2 (season ticket member appreciation night) and end their season against their rival Anaheim Ducks (team photo giveaway night) 4/12 at 7:30pm at the Staples Center.
Ducks Tickets – With five games left at the Honda Center the Ducks are 6 points out of first place in the Western Conference and four points behind the San Jose Sharks. The first three opponents the Ducks face off against while not playoff bound can still spoil Anaheim’s chances of climbing back up to the first spot in the Conference they are also a cheaper way to see the Ducks before the Playoffs began. The Winnipeg Jets fly in on 3/31 followed by the Edmonton Oilers 4/2 and the Nashville Predators 4/4. The Ducks face the 2nd place San Jose Sharks on April 9th and then the 5th place Colorado Avalanche to end the season April 13th.
Dodgers Tickets – With the Dodgers 2014 season looking to pick up where they left off last year coming back from down under with two wins notched in their belt already. They play the Angels at Dodger Stadium in two exhibition games March 27th & 28th then their Opening Day weekend starts off against the San Francisco Giants on April 4th Opening Day, Robin Thicke performs April 5th, and Yasiel Puig Kids Fathead on April 6th. 2013 Miguel Cabrera and the Detroit Tigers follow up by coming to Dodger Stadium on April 8th and 9th and with tickets starting as low as $6.00 it’s a great way to see the 2013 MVP for cheap.
Angels Tickets – Mike Trout, Albert Pujols look to bring the Angels back to their winning ways. The Angels Opening Day weekend at Angel Stadium begins with the Seattle Mariners March 31st, Mike Trout Bobblehead Night April 1st and a Stadium exclusive hat on April 2nd. Angels Tickets – Mike Trout, Albert Pujols look to bring the Angels back to their winning ways. The Angels Opening Day weekend at Angel Stadium begins with the Seattle Mariners March 31st, Mike Trout Bobblehead Night April 1st and a Stadium exclusive hat on April 2nd. The New York Mets come to Anaheim after for three games April 11th (Kids Hoodie), 12th Post Game Fireworks and April 13th.
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