Sports Thursday

By David Jacobs | March 21st, 2013

This week sports fans of all types are on the edges of their seats as some of the biggest sports events of the year are starting to take place. Earlier in the month, spring training began for the MLB and baseball fans are now getting their first glimpse at how their favorite teams will look in the upcoming 2013 season. Currently the Kansas City Royals and Atlanta top the American League and the National League respectively and fans of all types are clamoring for tickets to see all of their favorite teams take the field in the spring training events. Tickets are now officially on sale for all pre-season MLB games.

While one professional sports season is just kicking off; another one is starting to come to a close. It is near the end of the regular season for the NBA as many teams are looking to get some last wins in during the regular season in hopes to make it to the NBA playoffs next month. Tickets are now on sale for all of the games in the 2013 NBA playoffs, but fans of the sport will want to make sure that they get their tickets quickly. NBA playoff tickets are some of the most difficult to get in all of sports, so fans will want to act fast.

While there are a number of professional sports events now in full swing, this week actually marks one of the biggest sports weeks of the entire year and in the college sports realm. This Thursday, March 21 officially marks the beginning of “March Madness” where a 64 team bracket of the best teams in college basketball will be playing in an exciting fast paced tournament to determine who the best college basketball team in the nation is. There are four different teams that hold a number one seed in the tournament and who are the top candidates to make it to the coveted ‘final four’ tournament of play. These teams are the Louisville Cardinals, Gonzaga Bulldogs, Kansas Jayhawks and the Indiana Hoosiers. Tickets are now on sale for all of the rounds of play including the final four games and the 2013 college basketball finals in Atlanta, Georgia at the Phillips Arena. Will you be getting tickets to see all of the March Madness unfold live?

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David Jacobs
David Jacobs is a serial entrepreneur from Chicago with deep ties in the secondary ticket industry. David currently is partners in Lockdown Bar & Grill, Phil's Last Stand, California Studios and Coast To Coast Tickets. When not spending time with his family, David spends most of his time working on the marketing for coasttocoasttickets.com.
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