Warriors Play For History In Most Expensive NBA Tickets Remaining In November

Warriors Play For History In Most Expensive NBA Tickets Remaining In November

There are 30 teams in the NBA but the sole focus is on the Golden State Warriors as they approach history.

With last night’s win against the Denver Nuggets, the Warriors have tied the record for the best start in NBA history with a perfect 15-0 record. The Warriors have won eight games at home at Oracle Arena, seven on the road, have a 23-point comeback and have a 50-point victory. They have won every which way a team can win a basketball game, and should have no issue defeating the Los Angeles Lakers on November 24th to create a new mark to open a season. The Lakers are in last place in the Western Conference with a record of 2-11.

On the secondary market, Warriors tickets against the Lakers are the most expensive remaining in the month of November. With history on the line, the average ticket price at Oracle Arena that night is $669.66 with a get-in price of $312 according to secondary market ticket aggregator TiqIQ.com. In addition to a historical night, fans will be given a Draymond Green bobblehead upon entrance into the stadium.

With NBA fans possibly having extra time off near the holiday weekend, it could be the perfect time for an NBA getaway. Hipmunk.com has cheap Oakland flights for fans looking to attend the historical night at Oracle Arena, in addition to the Hipmunk Oakland hotel guide to enjoy the city before or after the game.

The Warriors are involved in three of the top five most expensive games remaining this month. In addition to the game against the Lakers, the Warriors have the second most expensive game when they host the Sacramento Kings on November 28th with an average ticket price of $367.54 with a get-in price of $133. The Warriors are involved in the fourth most expensive game, but are on the road, as they play the Phoenix Suns at Talking Stick Resort Arena on November 27th with an average ticket price of $270.51 and a get-in price of $56.

The third spot belongs to the New York Knicks, which really means it belongs to Kristaps Porzingis. The Latvian rookie has captivated New York and is en route to making a larger mark on the entire league, posting some of the best rookie numbers in the league’s history through the first few weeks. The Knicks host the Miami heat at Madison Square Garden on November 27th for the third most expensive game remaining this month with an average ticket price of $349.16 and a get-in price of $121.

To round out the top five, the Toronto Raptors host LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in a clash between two of the top contending teams in the Eastern Conference. On November 25th, the average ticket price is $233.54 with a get-in price of $91 for entrance into Air Canada Centre.

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