We had four seats in the first row of the corner of the upper deck. Absolute wonderful seats. No one in front of you ever. More leg room. Only a few steps to the bath room. Now, you’d have that proximity to the bath room and concessions on the top row of the lower deck, but you are closer to the floor in the upper deck with better sight line. Upper deck hangs out over the lower deck – and that’s why I say the upper deck seems closer.
I had a courtside floor media pass, but I’d go up to sit with my family for a few minutes most game and didn’t think I was out of the loop. They were definitely better seats than the media seats now.
Overall, I don’t think it’s a huge difference though. I don’t think there are a ton of bad seats in the building. What Frank always said was that the upper deck is closer to the floor than a good many seats in Barnhill. I believe that after watching a gymnastics meet last year. I was way up there and a long way from the floor.