NCAA First-Second Round - Oklahoma City 2016 News And Updates
3/13/16 - Oklahoma will feel right at home when it plays CSUB in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Oklahoma City on Friday. The Sooners' Buddy Hield has been one of the most exciting college basketball players this season and just missed what would have been an insane half-court buzzer-beater in the Big 12 tournament. It's Oregon State vs VCU in the other Session 1 game. Two teams from Texas are featured in Session 2: Texas A&M vs Green Bay and Texas vs UNI.
3/11/16 - Oklahoma City is used to seeing a lot of great basketball thanks to their highly successful NBA team, the Oklahoma City Thunder. The excitement continues as college basketball teams all around the nations travel to Oklahoma for the NCAA Tournament. The Chesapeake Energy Arena is happy and capable of hosting the NCAA First-Second Round – Oklahoma City. Games will be played on March 18 and 20. Liven up your weekend and purchase your tickets today for the upcoming college games. Tickets start at $203 apiece and are definitely worth the money. March Madness games are known for their nail-biting outcomes so get your tickets today to catch all of the action live.
2/11/16 - As home to the NBA’s Oklahoma City Thunder, Chesapeake Energy Arena is certainly no stranger to thrilling hoops action. It’ll get a different variety of b-ball greatness come mid-March, as the NCAA Division I tournament comes to OKC for first and second round play. Cleveland served as host in last season’s Midwest Regional set, one which saw No. 1 Kentucky start their run to the Final Four with a decisive 79-56 win over No. 16 Hampton and No. 2 Kansas open with a 75-56 drubbing of New Mexico State en route to a second-round upset. All Sessions seats are on sale now for 3/18-3/20 with prices from $207, so get your NCAA First-Second Round - Oklahoma City tickets today!