The Los Angeles Clippers huddle before their game against the Sydney Kings at the Stan Sheriff Center on Sunday, Sept. 30, 2018.

Traffic delays are anticipated as the L.A. Clippers has its preseason games against the Houston Rockets (Oct. 3) and Shanghai Sharks (Oct. 6) at the Stan Sheriff Center.

According to Commuter Services, lower campus parking lots in Zone 18 and 19 will be restricted after 3 p.m. on Oct. 3 and Oct. 6 all day.

There will also be no exiting or entering from the lower campus kiosk across the pool due to security for NBA players on Oct. 3 from 3 p.m. and Oct. 6 all day.

The lower campus parking lot in Zone 17, however, will not be restricted and closed on Thursday and Sunday.

Stan Sheriff Center gates open two hours prior to game time. Oct. 3's game begins at 7 p.m., while Oct. 6's game begins at 1 p.m. Gates A and B will be utilized for the events. Fans will be screened by walk-through metal detectors at the entrance of the SSC, per NBA policy.

No backpacks, hard-sided bags and bags larger than 14" x 14" x 6" are allowed inside the SSC.

Spectators may park in Zone 20 (main lower campus parking structure). For ADA, accessible parking is located in on the third floor of Zone 20 (green color floor), closest to the elevator and the ramp leading into the SSC. There are also accessible stalls located on every floor of the parking structure.

There are also upper campus parking in Zone 13 (parking lots along Correa Road) and Zone 4 (parking lot near the Korean Studies off of East-West Road.)

Parking costs $7 per vehicle, and for those with a valid UHM Zone 20 permit will be allowed to park in these zones for free.

There is also free shuttle service from upper campus before and after the game.

For alternative parking spots, Zone 22 (Dole Street parking structure near the Hawaiian Studies Building) and public paid parking lots in the surrounding Mo'ili'ili area are available.

Editor in Chief

Chavonnie Ramos has served as the Editor in Chief of Ka Leo since January 2019, and has been with student media since 2016. She is a senior majoring in Journalism and English at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa.