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NCAA basketball tickets are always available at Vivid Seats and you can be a part of the crowd when the greatest athletes in college sports take their high-flying show to campuses around the country. The experience of attending a major college hoops contest offers among the most unique atmospheres of any live sporting event. With a countless number of great student sections across the country, it’s no wonder college basketball tickets are consistently in high demand. At Vivid Seats, you can find your way into your favorite team’s stadium. Our huge inventory has all of the bases covered, including premium seats and cheap NCAA basketball tickets for home and away games. In addition, every order comes backed by the best customer support in the industry and a 100% Guarantee. Please remember, you can also turn to Vivid Seats during the postseason and cheer your team to the very end. You'll find unparalleled seating options for the biggest games during the NCAA basketball season, including:
NCAA Tournament Tickets - Featuring courtside tickets for the most breathtaking single-elimination basketball tournament on the planet returns this year.
Men's Final Four Tickets and Women's Final Four Tickets - Experience the thrilling conclusion of March Madness. With the star-studded bracket down to just four, you'll have the chance to experience the best of college basketball up close as they compete for a national championship.
NCAA Basketball to Showcase New Crop of Talent in 2011
Now that the UConn Huskies’ national championship triumph is in the rear-view mirror, college basketball fanatics can avert their attention fully to next year. There have already been a number of high profile players who have committed to staying in school for one more year. North Carolina will be considered widely as a national contender with ACC Rookie of the Year Harrison Barnes returning to Chapel Hill. The 6 ft 8 in small forward will be joined by returning starters Tyler Zeller and John Henson when the season start up again.
Another big name staying on campus next year is first team All American Jared Sullinger. The commanding power forward dominated for the majority of the season in Columbus, leading the Buckeyes to a 34-3 record. There will be plenty of fans shopping for 2011 NCAA basketball tickets in Lexington, KY with Kentucky tapping another #1 recruiting class. Head coach John Calipari will welcome four All-American high school recruits to the Wildcats' roster in the fall. Although the fanfare will focus mainly on the annual powers, fans would be wise not to forget that an 11-seed and 8-seed made it to the Final Four last April. Who will be this year’s VCU? Find out when college basketball returns to the hard court!