Policies and Procedures
Fans attending games should be aware that all bags larger than 14" x 14" x 6" (i.e. backpacks, suitcases, beach bags, etc.) will be prohibited from entry into the arena, in accordance with Crypto.com Arena and NBA policy. Exceptions may be made on a case by case basis for guests with special medical needs or guests with infant bags (with an infant present). Please consult the Crypto.com Arena Guest Services page for all the policies for games at Crypto.com Arena.
Review the policies of Crypto.com Arena for fans when attending an event. Please consult the Crypto.com Arena Guest Services page for all the policies for games at Crypto.com Arena.
During the breaks in the game, the Lakers conduct a variety of activities involving fans. We do not take reservations to participate in any of these activities, rather, our game day staff finds fans on the concourse on the day of the game to see if they want to participate.
Unfortunately, we cannot accommodate requests to put proposals up at a game. The Lakers receive over 500 requests each season for events to get put on the big screen or to happen on the court and there is simply no way that we could make all those work. We do not want to be in the situation of having to determine which get shown and which do not, naturally these various events are the most important thing to the persons involved, so we have decided not to put any on the screen in-arena or have them on the court. While it disappoints our fans, which we’re never comfortable with, it is the only fair way to deal with the volume of requests.
For security reasons, Crypto.com Arena policy limits fans to their ticketed section, but you can watch the players that are still warming up when doors open to the public from your seat.