Parking, weather before men's basketball's game against Syracuse
DETROIT — Parking near Little Caesars Arena won't be as hard to find Sunday for NCAA Tournament second round games like it was on St. Patrick's Day, but downtown Detroit will be busy nonetheless. Check out The State News' map for parking in downtown Detroit.
Olympia Entertainment operates 32 parking facilities within The District Detroit, all within a 10-minute walk to LCA, according to its website.
According to the website, fans can also book parking spaces in advance on ParkWhiz, an e-parking service that allows users to book a guaranteed parking spot before reaching their destination.
Olympia also has an interactive map to account for parking and routes, and considers “typical” bottlenecks and road closures that aren’t recognized by GPS, according to its website. That map can be accessed here.
For fans interested in exploring the city, wunderground.com predicts a sunny forecast with a high of 54 degrees Fahrenheit and winds up to 15 miles per hour.
MSU tipoffs against No. 11-seed Syracuse at approximately 2:40 p.m. Sunday.