from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The area immediately bordering the official court of play, as in tennis or basketball.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. Alongside the court of play.
- adj. Located next to the court of play.
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Vikings LB Chad Greenway sat in courtside seats provided by his good buddy and fellow South Dakotan Mike Miller.
After misfiring on a long 3-pointer just before the horn, a frustrated Pierce turned and said something to fans sitting in courtside seats.
The two sat directly next to each other in courtside chairs, not on opposing sides of the net like other finalists do, while waiting for the trophy presentation to begin.
New York Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia, Milwaukee Brewers reliever Manny Parra and Mets manager Jerry Manuel were in courtside seats. ...
The upcoming game and CBS interviews, being advertised as "courtside," will be filmed on April 1.
Magic Johnson sat courtside, meaning two of the top three players on the career triple-doubles list were at Madison Square Garden.
David Beckham shares his passion for basketball with son Brooklyn, decked out in Lakers threads, courtside during the game.
Notes: Miami Dolphins receiver and former Denver Broncos player Brandon Marshall was sitting courtside. ...
Fans in premium seats will be able to have food and drinks delivered at courtside, and the venue will be ringed with concession stands.
Should you get inside, sit anywhere you want: courtside, skyboxes, broadcast booth, free throw line, etc., not forgetting that you have a “right” to free food and souvenirs.
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