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20. US Airways Center, Phoenix Suns
The US Airways Center is a nice arena, sure, but the services and the overall cleanliness are lacking. From the sounds of it too, the concessions are extremely overpriced. Where a beer might be five dollars elsewhere, the Suns figure they can make a few extra bucks and charge a Hamilton.
21. Ford Center, Oklahoma City Thunder
From the sounds of it, the Ford Center in Oklahoma City seems like a terrible place to see a concert. However, when seeing a Thunder game, it isn't exactly terrible. It's nine-years-old so it is modern, but at the same time some improvements can be made.
22. TD Garden, Boston Celtics
While researching extensive reviews on both sides, I came across an interesting fact. The TD Garden does not have a single water fountain. Not one. The only way to receive drinkable water is by buying a bottle. That in of itself doesn't seem right. It's a nice place, but that tidbit helps secure a low standing.
23. New Orleans Arena, New Orleans Hornets
Aside from looking like a bathroom on the outside, the seats are apparently cramped and it is a tight fit down in the Big Easy. On the positive side, the people there help out your experience by being so helpful and nice, but really how far does a statement like that take you?
24. Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland Cavaliers
Apparently known as one of the more expensive arenas on this list, Quicken Loans Arena might have the dirtiest facilities out of any of the stadiums. They have great and loud fans, sure, but at the same time the Q also has bad parking and a mediocre concessions program.