2014-15 Golden State Warriors Tickets Preview

2014-15 Golden State Warriors Tickets Preview

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The Golden State Warriors enter the 2014-15 season with a new identity as Steve Kerr has been hired as the new head coach. Led by point guard Stephen Curry and shooting guard Klay Thompson, the Warriors won 51 games last season, but were unable to get out of the first round of the playoffs. The Warriors sorely missed the presence of center Andrew Bogut, who missed the playoffs due to injury. The season average ticket price for Warriors tickets is $125.11 on the secondary market. Below are the three most expensive home games at Oracle Arena across the opening month of the season on the secondary market, according to TiqIQ.

11/1/2014 vs Los Angeles Lakers I Avg. Price: $223.38 I Get-in Price: $65
The most expensive game during November will be when Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers come to town. Warriors vs Lakers tickets will be 78.5% above the season home average. As the home opener, the game will be the second most expensive on Golden State’s schedule this season. Expect Curry and Thompson to be extra motivated against Bryant and the Lakers.

11/5/2014 vs Los Angeles Clippers I Avg. Price: $146.79 I Get-in Price: $33
The Warriors split their four regular season games against the Clippers and lost a decisive Game 7 in the first round of the NBA playoffs. Curry averaged 22 points per game and 9.5 assists per games in four regular season match-ups. Thompson averaged 18.8 points per game in these match-ups. This will be the second home game for the Warriors and Warriors vs Clippers tickets are currently 17.3% above the season average.

11/11/2014 vs San Antonio Spurs I Avg. Price: $117.13 I Get-in Price: $31
The Warriors lost all four of their regular season meetings against the Spurs last season. The Spurs limited Curry to just 39% shooting from the field, which was the second best defensive rating among Western Conference teams. Warriors vs Spurs tickets, however, will be 6.3% below the season average this year.

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