Parking for basketball games

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There are plenty of public parking lots just a short walk from the arena. Take in some of the post game show after the game and almost all of the traffic has cleared out.
 
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I have taken the shuttles a few times during football games. Did not like the long, unorganized wait after games. Just curious, I have never taken the Ag shuttle for basketball, is the wait very long?
The line can get long but moved relatively fast. Much better than for football games
 
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I have taken the shuttles a few times during football games. Did not like the long, unorganized wait after games. Just curious, I have never taken the Ag shuttle for basketball, is the wait very long?
Much faster, more organized. I always do this, unless I find cheap parking pass on stubhub. And right now there are lots for 10$ or less. G10, circle park, g4...
 
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This Wednesday I'm taking Dad to our 1st UT basketball game since the Steve Hamer years. Coming in from Kingsport and have a parking pass for Circle Park...wondering if wise to stick w/ Google Maps' suggested route of Neyland Drive or better to take exit 387 (Ailor Ave NW) to 16th St/Volunteer Blvd? Should be arriving around 4:45.
 
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This Wednesday I'm taking Dad to our 1st UT basketball game since the Steve Hamer years. Coming in from Kingsport and have a parking pass for Circle Park...wondering if wise to stick w/ Google Maps' suggested route of Neyland Drive or better to take exit 387 (Ailor Ave NW) to 16th St/Volunteer Blvd? Should be arriving around 4:45.
My wife and I also come in from Kingsport and park in the public parking lots near Circle Park. We always take Neyland Drive. Good traffic flow (before and after games) and probably a lot less red lights.
 
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My wife and I also come in from Kingsport and park in the public parking lots near Circle Park. We always take Neyland Drive. Good traffic flow (before and after games) and probably a lot less red lights.
Good to know, was a little concerned about the traffic flow on Neyland. Thanks much!
 

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