March 8, 2012; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Oregon Ducks forward Carlos Emory (33) controls the ball against the defense of Colorado Buffaloes forward Andre Roberson (21) during the second round of the 2012 Pac 12 Tournament in the first half at Staples Center. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-US PRESSWIRE
Season Tickets for Men's Basketball go on sale tomorrow but the really big news revolves around the price reductions for the 2012-13 season. The season ticket packages feature 21 games with pricing as low as $150 per ticket with no DAF contribution and no arena fee. This is a substantial drop from similar tickets last year that would run almost $15 a piece per game. At $150, you are looking at around $8 a game for the season.
The team had a relatively successful 2011-12 campaign when measured by most standards. Despite a close loss to Colorado in the Pac-12 tournament, the Ducks went on to defeat LSU and Iowa in the opening rounds of the NIT before finally losing to the Washington Huskies on the road, 90-86.
While the team lost some key components from last year in Devoe Joseph and Olu Ashaolou, E.J. Singler, Carlos Emory and Tony Woods are back to provide a veteran presence to an otherwise young team. Prices may be down but is that enough to get you on the season ticket train? What are your plans for men's basketball in 2012-13?
What are your plans for attending Men's Basketball games in 2012-13?
I bought season tickets last year and I'm buying them again (15 votes)
I haven't had season tickets but I'm going to buy them this year (13 votes)
I might go to a few games but I'm not ready to buy season tickets (99 votes)
Why would I buy tickets when I can watch the games on the Pac-12 Network? (27 votes)
I have no interest in the Oregon Men's Basketball Team (31 votes)
Out of the Area/Other (Explain in Comments) (110 votes)
295 total votes