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LSU Basketball Tickets

With four Final Four appearances and two of the most famous basketball players in the game's history to its credit, Louisiana State University's program is a true icon of the college game. A regular entrant in the NCAA tournament, the LSU Tigers take their home court in the Pete Maravich Assembly Center with the kind of confidence that only years of success can engender. Become part of the tradition and pick up some LSU basketball tickets today.

While the Tigers have had some great teams over the years, the program is defined by its two most famous stars - "Pistol" Pete Maravich and Shaquille O'Neal. In 1966, LSU hired Press Maravich to be its coach. And while he didn't put together the most sterling record during his tenure, he did bring his son, Pete, to Baton Rouge the next year.

Pete is known as one of the most exciting players and prolific scorers in basketball history. His eye-popping exploits make all-time highlight reels to this day, even though the Tigers teams he played on found little overall success on the court.

Things would change soon after both Maraviches left when the school hired Dale Brown to be its head coach. He would realize remarkable success over the next 25 years, including the two years where Shaquille O'Neal dominated the landscape, winning Player of the Year honors in his final season in 1991.