NBA teams are competing for tops spots in the 66-game regular season, and some are giving fans a great chance to see professional basketball at a bargain price. Ticket engine SeatGeek breaks down which teams have the least expensive ticket prices in the league.
The team has started the season strong, and give fans a great opportunity to see quality basketball for under $25.
The Pacers started the season on the heels Chicago Bulls for first place in the division, and are looking to become a force in the East.
The Hornets have struggled since the departure of Guard Chris Paul, but it still gives fans the opportunity to watch a game at an affordable price.
Despite a slow start to the season, the Bucks look to follow up last season’s success with its first trip to the postseason since 2009.
The T-Wolves look to ride NBA All-Star Kevin Love to the playoffs, but the team continues to struggle to find consistency early in 2011-12 season.
The Spurs will attempt to reclaim its division title in 2012 relying on veterans Tim Duncan, Emanuel Ginobili and Tony Parker.
Now that “Tebow Time” has ended in Denver, the Nuggets look to garner top billing in Colorado.
With new ownership, the Sixers look to return to playoff contention as it starts the 2011-12 season on a high note.
New ownership doesn’t seem to be helping the Piston’s on the court as the team has started off the shortened season last in its division.
Injuries were the storyline of the Blazers 2011 offseason and a lack of big names hasn’t helped the team early this season.
After a tough lockout, the NBA season is finally underway. Here’s a look at which teams give you the best bang for your buck on the hardwood.