Pac 12 Tournament 2015 Season
3/10/15 - What will happen in Vegas? We'll find out soon. The 2015 Pac 12 Tournament tips off at MGM Grand tomorrow. Opening games include: Washington State vs Cal, Arizona State vs USC, Oregon State vs Colorado and Washington vs Stanford. Arizona, the Pac 12's No.1 seed, is on the bubble of being a No. 1 seed in this year's NCAA Tournament. With Selection Sunday only days away, find Pac 12 Tournament tickets on Wednesday from $5 and Pac 12 Tournament championship tickets from $91.
3/6/15 - The Pac 12 Basketball Tournament is happening in a less than a week and all teams and fans involved and anxiously waiting its arrival. The Arizona Wildcats are leading the ranking board in the number one spot and are hoping to avenge their championship loss last year to the UCLA Bruins. They have their competition cut out for them with Utah, Oregon and UCLA following closely on their coattails. Is there anything better than being right in the action and being able to smell the sweat at a live basketball game? Don’t miss your opportunity to see some of the best basketball of the season and attend the Pac 12 Basketball Tournament. Tickets for an individual game start at $260 and are held in Las Vegas, NV.
2/13/15 - Arizona is currently in the lead of the Pac 12 conference, with a few weeks left in the regular season before the conference teams head to the Pac 12 Basketball Tournament. Utah and Oregon closely follow Arizona, so any of the teams could end up top seed for the start of the tournament. If Utah wins the conference title, it will be the first time in their school history, but Arizona is looking for a win after last year's loss to UCLA. The tournament will once again take place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas from March 11-14. The first round starts March 11, followed by the quarterfinals, semifinals, and championship on the subsequent days. Tickets are on sale now, starting at $15 for individual sessions and $386 for the entire Pac 12 Basketball Tournament.
Last year Oregon won its third Pac 12 Tournament title, defeating #1 seeded UCLA (sans Jordan Adams) in the Championship game. The Ducks and Bruins faced off for the first time in 2014 last night in a close game at Matthew Knight Arena that ended with a blocked shot by Kyle Anderson that allowed UCLA to hold on and get the W. Arizona leads the Conference, and the Country for that matter, after eight Pac-12 Conference games. Will we see a UCLA-Arizona semi-final Pac 12 tournament rematch come March 15 in Vegas? Compared to other top basketball conferences, Pac-12 basketball tickets are a steal. To see some of the best programs in the Country compete for a chance to play in the NCAA Tournament, you’ll pay as little as $77 to watch the semi-final rounds and $87 to cheer from the stands during the Championship game.
The 2013 Pac-12 Conference Men's Basketball Tournament will be played March 13th through the 16th at the MGM Grand Hotel Garden Arena in Las Vegas. It will be the first year (of a three year term) that MGM Grand will host the Pac-12 Tournament. The past 11 years, the Pac-12 Tournament has been held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles; this year, the Staples Center will host the NCAA West Regional Championship.
All 12 teams in the conference will play in the tournament; the top 4 teams earn a bye into the quarterfinals. The winner of the 2013 Pac-12 Conference Tournament receives an automatic bid to the 2013 NCAA Tournament. Pac-12 Tournament tickets are currently starting at $380 for All Sessions.
In 2011, the Pac-12 added two teams — the University of Colorado Boulder and the University of Utah. In their first year in the Conference, the 2011-2012 Colorado Buffaloes Men's Basketball Team won the 2012 Pac-12 Conference Men's Basketball Tournament and advanced to the 2012 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. The Oregon Ducks currently sit atop the 2013 Pac-12 standings, with the Arizona Wildcats and UCLA Bruins 2nd and 3rd. There are only three weeks left in the season, and all three teams have a shot at the #1 seed in the Pac-12 Tournament; Oregon won't have to play either of the two other schools down the stretch, while UCLA will host Arizona on March 2nd.