The Experience

The Big 12 is that thing that every college sports fan definitely knows about. Even those who are not fans have definitely heard about this one because it’s all over the campus news when it happens and people won’t stop talking about it. The Big 12 Tournament is a serious event for all basketball fans out there and it’s every fan’s dream to be able to witness all of the heart-pounding excitement first-hand and see the very best athletes in the country do what they do best.

The Big 12 represents some of the top programs in the country as it brings altogether athletic teams characterized by strong aggressive play for a series of unforgettable games loaded with twists, turns and nail-biting moments that makes you not want to blink or you’ll definitely be missing out.

When you arrive at the venue and hear all the cheers and roars of all your co fans then you’re suddenly filled with that excitement that you’ve been having all day and you just know that there’s nowhere else you’d rather be at that exact moment. And that is a dream come true right there.

The Big 12 Tournament game is a really special event for all participating colleges. Just imagine watching your school’s team players doing their best when they’re in the court and you just can’t help but feel that school pride in you as you cheer for them.

Whether it’s your brother, cousin, best friend, crush or whoever it is in that court you will really be so into the game that you can’t help but shout every time the team your betting on scores. College basketball is one of those sports that you have to see for yourself if you want to know what the fuss is all about and if you want your college life to be anything but boring.

I mean you can also have fun watching it in a flat screen with your friends and have some beers but nothing compares to seeing it live. You’ll know what I’m talking about when you’ve been there.

The 2014 Phillips 66 Big 12 Men’s Basketball Championship was held in Kansas City last March 12-15 at the Sprint Center. It is Sprint Center’s sixth time to host the league championship. It is one of the region’s premiere venues and continues to host more than 100 events a year which includes family shows, special events as well as professional, collegiate and amateur sporting events.

With its $276 million worth, it seats more than 18,000 fans for basketball. In the tournament, all 10 institutions participated with seeding based on regular season finish. The Big 12 Champion earned the league’s automatic bid to the 68-team NCAA Championship field. The entire Big 12 Championship was televised on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Full Court, or the Big 12 Network.

If you missed this year’s biggest basketball tournament that’s alright because you can still watch next year’s. Although if you want to ensure your presence next year then you should probably consider buying tickets early because people will be lining out for that one so act quick or you just might miss your chance again.