NBA teams are competing for tops spots in the 66-game regular season, and some are charging fans a pretty penny to cheer live. Ticket engine SeatGeek breaks down whether your hometown team is among the NBA’s most expensive tickets.
The Knicks are vying to bring a title back to the Garden, as Carmelo Anthony and Amar’e Stoudemire get their first season together in Gotham.
Kobe Bryant and the Lakers are looking to return the title to Tinseltown this year. And if you are hoping to witness Black Mamba live in action, you better be willing to shell out big bucks.
While last season didn’t turn out the way Heat fans had hoped, they’re optimistic that what’s being called the “greatest move in NBA free-agency history” will pay off with a title.
Derrick Rose and the Bulls look to bring a championship back to Chi-town, and fans looking to cheer the team on will be paying a pretty sizeable pricetag.
Despite a weedy start to the season, last year’s NBA champs are still one of the league’s most sought-after tickets. To watch Dirk Nowitzki and owner Mark Cuban courtside, you’re looking to pay upwards of $104.
Kevin Durant and the Thunder prove that you can sell professional basketball in an area of the country normally reserved for college hoops.
The CP3 Era in Hollywood has begun, but not with the Lakers as many fans had hoped for. Chris Paul has helped the Clippers garner early success with NBA Dunk Champ Blake Griffin.
Despite an aging roster, Beantown fanatics still flock to Legends Way.
Despite the departure of Yao Ming, the Rockets still look to compete as the biggest pro-basketball draw in Texas.
While the Bobcats have struggled this season, the price tag to watch them live proves that fans are willing to watch more than just college basketball in the Tar-Heal State.
After an arduous lockout, the NBA season is finally underway, but which teams are bringing in top dollar this year on the hardwood?