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Pac-12 Basketball Arenas
Matthew Knight Arena is one of Pac-12 Basketball Arenas.

1. Matthew Knight Arena

8.8
1776 E 13th Ave (at Franklin Blvd), Eugene, OR
Üniversite Basketbol Sahası · University · 18 tavsiye ve inceleme

ESPNESPN: Prepare your eyes, you've never seen a court painted quite like Oregon's before.

Gill Coliseum (OSU) is one of Pac-12 Basketball Arenas.

2. Gill Coliseum (OSU)

114 Gill Coliseum (at Oregon State University), Corvallis, OR
Üniversite Basketbol Sahası · 11 tavsiye ve inceleme

ESPNESPN: If you thought the Civil War was a thing of the past...think again. The Civil War lives on here as a historic rivalry between OSU & Oregon.

UCLA Pauley Pavilion is one of Pac-12 Basketball Arenas.

3. UCLA Pauley Pavilion

301 Westwood Plz, Los Angeles, CA
Üniversite Stadyumu · Westwood · 26 tavsiye ve inceleme

ESPNESPN: UCLA’s longest winning streak in this venue is a whopping 98 games, beginning in 1971 and ending in 1976. Winner, winner, Bruins dinner.

Maples Pavilion is one of Pac-12 Basketball Arenas.

4. Maples Pavilion

8.4
655 Campus Dr (btwn. Bonair Sidling Rd. & Sam MacDonald Mall), Stanford, CA
Üniversite Basketbol Sahası · 15 tavsiye ve inceleme

ESPNESPN: College hoops with a side of dancing tree.  Sounds weird, looks awesome.

CU Events Center is one of Pac-12 Basketball Arenas.

5. CU Events Center

950 Regent Dr, Boulder, CO
Üniversite Basketbol Sahası · 21 tavsiye ve inceleme

ESPNESPN: The Buffs should let Ralphie run across the court to start hoops games too. Just saying.

McKale Memorial Center is one of Pac-12 Basketball Arenas.

6. McKale Memorial Center

9.0
1721 E Enke Dr, Tucson, AZ
Üniversite Basketbol Sahası · 26 tavsiye ve inceleme

ESPNESPN: The McKale Center is named after former Arizona athletic director and coach J.F. McKale. He is credited with giving Arizona the "Wildcats," nickname back in 1914.