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Madison Square Garden

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I'm going to an NBA game in Feb and looking at the Garden and re-sale sites there isn't a lot of info about sight lines etc.

I'm willing to spend enough to get downstairs but not enough for the primo sections along the sidelines. Most of the seats I'm considering are in 01, 02. 03, 07, 08, 09, 101, 102, 103, 110-114 - and a couple in 116 (which are a bit above my limit w/ all the services charges)

And I don't mind sitting in the end zone - I often do as long as the stanchion/shot clock doesn't obscure the view.

Any recommendations? How elevated are the seats in the end areas? Do any of these sections have waiter/waitress service? Or would I be better off going upstairs and sitting side court?

Thanks

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