We compiled our favorite go-to spots you can enjoy at the arenas of the some of the top NBA playoff teams.

It’s been an amazing year for the NBA. The Western Conference remains as the favorable powerhouse for jaw-dropping action, and an MVP-race has never been tighter. Several teams have emerged as THE team to beat and playoff brackets fluctuated up and down until the last games of the regular season, ending championship hopes and leaving hearts broken.

Within the game itself, there’s countless ways you’ll be able to enjoy the game. Various fine dining options and an ice-cold beer or two to enjoy, while you enjoy yourself alongside the hardwood floor.


Home to the Golden State Warriors, Oracle Arena has been known to give you an experience that you’ll never forget. The best team in the league and arguably the best fans in the NBA, there is no such thing as a dull moment in the crowd of blue and yellow. For the playoffs, you can reserve a luxury suite that includes 16 seats, 4 VIP parking passes, access to Courtside and Sideline Clubs, a noteworthy Chef’s Table, alcohol and non-alcoholic beverages, and to top it all off, you make your way in through a private VIP entrance.

Clipps Suite

Staples Center, is home to the Los Angeles Lakers but this year the Clippers are the lone LA team without championship hopes. At Staples, you’ll be able to have a private suite that holds up to 132 guests with catering from award-winning Levy Restaurants. Basketball. Food. Great company. And an amazing view of the best talent in the league. Is there a better combination?


It sure pays off when you constantly prove yourself as one of the elite teams in NBA history, by earning 4 of the last 9 championships. AT&T Center is sure to let San Antonio Spurs fans in on all the exclusives the defending champs have to offer. Dahill Courtside is sure to satisfy your taste buds with exquisite meals, a bar with an all-inclusive beer and wine menu, leather seating and a 55-inch LCD HDTV’s around the club for your enjoyment.

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It’s probably a safe bet to say that Philips Arena will be even more crowded with loyal fans this year as they support the Eastern Conference leading, Atlanta Hawks. Offering executive suites, party suites, and hospitality suites, the options come with VIP entrance and parking. Exclusive catering, and personal suite attendants are all at your service. If you want to talk about luxury, the Hawks soar in that category.


The Cleveland Cavaliers have their own Penthouse at Quicken Loans Arena. It’s a one of a kind single event suite to enjoy the playoffs with your family and friends. Imagine yourself in this Penthouse watching LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, and Kevin Love make their playoff push while indulging in the exclusivity and the high-end quality that the playoffs have to offer you.

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