2011 NCAA Basketball Tournament: Honda Center Serves as Invaluble Home Court

The Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif., is home to the NHL's Anaheim Ducks.

And it, potentially, will be the future home of the NBA's Sacramento Kings, as the Maloof brothers are planning to move the team to Anaheim. If this past weekend is any indication, they're not doing it for the home-court advantage.

The Honda Center hosted the West Regional of the NCAA men's basketball tournament. Although it was technically a neutral site, the fans attending the games in that region seemed to be rooting for two teams: Arizona and San Diego State.

The Aztecs lost to UConn in the Sweet Sixteen. Arizona beat Duke in that round, then lost to the Huskies in the Elite Eight.

Take note, Maloof brothers: Home-court advantage is only as good as the home team on the court. And with the team you have right now, your Kings will not win an NBA title -- in Northern California or in SoCal.

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