Ticket Prices Heating Up As Miami Looks To Continue Winning Ways At Home

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The Miami Heat (37-26, 1st in Southeast Division) have won five straight games. Miami is currently fourth in the Eastern Conference but is jockeying with the Boston Celtics, Atlanta Hawks, and the Charlotte Hornets for playoff positioning. Over the last five weeks of the season, Miami will play the majority of its games on the road, but will play several key home games against potential playoff foes. Miami’s potential playoff opponents include the Cleveland Cavaliers, Chicago Bulls, and Charlotte. Miami has a very talented starting lineup that includes Goran Dragic, Dwyane Wade, Luol Deng, Chris Bosh, and Hassan Whiteside. Wade leads the team with 19.2 points per game while Whiteside leads the NBA with 3.9 blocks per game. Miami will need big efforts from its starting five in order to secure a playoff spot and make a deep playoff run.

Over the last five weeks of the season, Miami will play the majority of its games on the road, but will play several key home games against potential playoff foes. Miami’s potential playoff opponents include the Cleveland Cavaliers, Chicago Bulls, and Charlotte. Miami has a very talented starting lineup that includes Goran Dragic, Dwyane Wade, Luol Deng, Chris Bosh, and Hassan Whiteside. Wade leads the team with 19.2 points per game while Whiteside leads the NBA with 3.9 blocks per game. Miami will need big efforts from its starting five in order to secure a playoff spot and make a deep playoff run.

Miami has a very talented starting lineup that includes Goran Dragic, Dwyane Wade, Luol Deng, Chris Bosh, and Hassan Whiteside. Wade leads the team with 19.2 points per game while Whiteside leads the NBA with 3.9 blocks per game. Miami will need big efforts from its starting five in order to secure a playoff spot and make a deep playoff run.

Ticket information for each of Miami’s remaining home games is presented below.

3/14/16 Denver Nuggets @ Miami Heat | Get-in: $21
The Denver Nuggets and Miami Heat will square off for the second time on March 14th. Miami won the first meeting against Denver, 98-95. Whiteside posted a triple-double by blocking a season-high 11 blocks. Bosh led the way with 24 points. Denver vs. Miami Heat tickets start at $21, which is one of the best values for Miami’s remaining home games.

3/17/16 Charlotte Hornets @ Miami Heat | Get-in: $22
The Charlotte Hornets and Miami Heat will square off for the fourth and final time on March 17th. Miami has won two of the first three meetings, including a recent 98-95 victory in February in Charlotte. Whiteside posted another triple-double in the victory and will look to anchor the inside.

3/19/16 Cleveland Cavaliers @ Miami Heat | Get-in: $100
The Cleveland Cavaliers and Miami Heat will meet for the third and final time on March 19th.  These two teams have split their first two meetings, with both home teams holding serve and winning by 10+ points. Miami easily handled a LeBron-less team, 99-84 in December. Wade led the way with 19 points and five rebounds. Expect LeBron to play in this meeting. Cleveland Cavaliers tickets vs. Miami tickets start at $100, which is the highest get-in ticket price.

3/25/16 Orlando Magic @ Miami Heat | Get-in: $37
These two Sunshine State rivals have only played once this season, but will square off three more times before the end of the season. Miami won the first meeting of the season, a 108-101 decision in Orlando on December 26th. Bosh led the way with 24 points and 10 rebounds. Orlando has some young, gritty talent, so expect an up-tempo game.

3/28/16 Brooklyn Nets @ Miami Heat | Get-in: $21
Miami has won two of its first three meetings including a 102-98 decision in Brooklyn on January 26th. Bosh once again led the way with 27 points in the win. Joe Johnson, now a member of the Miami Heat, will seek revenge against his ex-teammates.

4/5/16 Detroit Pistons @ Miami Heat | Get-in: $16
Detroit has won its first meetings against Miami, so expect a big effort from Miami in this meeting. Centers Andre Drummond and Hassan Whiteside have had big efforts against each other in their first two meetings. Drummond is averaging 14.5 points per game and 16.0 rebounds per game against Miami while Whiteside is averaging 15.5 points per game and 14.5 rebounds per game against Detroit.

4/7/16 Chicago Bulls @ Miami Heat | Get-in: $34
Miami has won its first two meetings against Chicago, which includes a big offensive effort in a 129-111 route. Miami put together its best shooting night in franchise history by shooting 67.5 percent from the field en-route to a season-high 129 points. Whiteside scored a career-high 26 points while Johnson chipped in 24 points in his Miami home debut. Expect a more focused defensive effort from Chicago in the re-match.

4/10/16 Orlando Magic @ Miami Heat | Get-in: $24
Miami’s final home game of the regular season will occur on April 10th. Miami will once again welcome in the Orlando Magic for their final Southeast Division tilt. Fans traveling to the game can find great spots and locations for American Airlines Arena parking. Expect a big effort from Wade and Co. in its final home game of the 2015-16 regular season.