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Las Vegas Invitational Tickets
Sport: College Basketball
Stadium: Orleans Arena
Sponsor: Continental Tire
Teams in the Las Vegas Invitational: Texas Tech, San Diego State, Creighton and Iowa
Las Vegas Invitational Basketball TicketsAs one of the premier events in NCAA Basketball, the Las Vegas Invitational has showcased several powerhouse college basketball programs, including Kansas, Oklahoma State and UCLA. Founded in 2003, the Invitational has become an event worth keeping an eye on, producing epic matchups and signaling the beginning of the season for Division I college basketball. The Las Vegas Invitational takes place in the Orleans Arena and consists of eight teams that have been invited to participate in the tournament. A win at this event can help to launch a college program into a very successful season and provide more recognition for the program across the nation. The Las Vegas Invitational has gained in popularity among college basketball fans for its amazing display of college basketball programs along with its easy access to Las Vegas casinos. Tickets for the Invitational are always in demand due to the incredible college basketball battles among Sin City's wide variety of entertainment and world-class dining options. Be sure to grab your choice of seats at StubHub.
Who have been the most notable players in the Las Vegas Invitational?Over its history, the Las Vegas Invitational has included many notable players from powerhouse teams like Michigan State, Illinois, Arizona State, UNC and more. The Invitational has hosted players like Byron Scott and Alton Lister from Arizona State, Coby White and Nassir Little from UNC and Nick Ward from Michigan State to name only a few. In 2015, Tra Holder of the Arizona State Sun Devils put on a show by scoring 40 points in a game, and there have continued to be many incredible performances throughout the invitational. The Las Vegas Invitational has also included many well-known head coaches in college basketball, including Steve Alford from UCLA, Lon Kruger from the UNLV Running Rebels, John Cooper from Tennessee State, Mike Garrett from USC and Greg Kamansky from California State Polytechnic University.
What date is the 2019-2020 Las Vegas Invitational?The Las Vegas Invitational takes place on November 28-29, 2019.
How big is the Orleans Arena?As a leading national mid-size entertainment and multi-purpose sports venue, the Orleans Arena at the Orleans Casino in Las Vegas hosts over 200 events each year, including the Las Vegas Invitational. The Arena can seat over 9,500 guests, and it has achieved recognition as a LEED Gold Certification arena. As one of only a few arenas in the United States to achieve this award, the Orleans Arena has also been named as a recipient of the 2014 Venue Excellence Award. The Arena also hosts events like concerts, rodeos, shows and other sporting events. The Orleans Arena is just a few blocks west of the Las Vegas strip, and there is plenty of public transportation, including city buses and taxis to get you to the venue. The arena features a video and sound system that is state of the art. The venue also provides free parking, comfortable seats and several restrooms throughout the facility. The Orleans Arena is located close to many local hotels where you can find convenient and economical rooms to stay in while attending the Las Vegas Invitational.
What are some of the most notable games in the Las Vegas Invitational?Some of the most exciting basketball games in the Las Vegas Invitational include 2017 Arizona State vs Xavier, 2015 ASU vs Texas A&M and 2012 West Virginia vs Missouri State among many other incredible games.
Where do I get Las Vegas Invitational tickets?To get tickets for the Las Vegas Invitational, go to StubHub, the world leader in sports and entertainment tickets.
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