Dallas Mavericks March Schedule

Mavericks Ticket Price Down 21% In 2015

The Dallas Mavericks are officially “All in” for this season. Trading for Rajon Rondo ensures that. The Mavericks decided to make one more move to try and get over the hump. Will they succeed? We will find out. However, it is worth noting that their defense has been improved with Rondo in the lineup. The nifty point guard is an upgrade over anyone the Mavs had before him the past two seasons. For Dallas, winning the division could go a long way in their hunt for a title. Winning the division ensures they have home court advantage in the first round of the playoffs at least. Sadly, for Dallas, the South West is one of the toughest in the NBA right now. Their most important games left in the season are mostly against division rivals.

The Dallas Mavericks rank third in attendance for home games at the American Airlines Center with an average of 20,777 a game while on the road they average 17,618 according to ESPN. At the end of 2014 the average Dallas Mavericks ticket price was $76.00 per ticket which has dropped by 21.05% starting off the 2015 part of the season to $60.00 per ticket.

Dallas is currently ranked 4th in the Western Conference just four games behind the Golden State Warriors. With some big games coming up at the American Airlines Arena the drop in price makes for some great deals on Mavericks tickets. Here a look at the top 5 games coming up for the Mavericks.

Bulls @ Mavericks, American Airlines Center, January 23th,
Starting price $66, Average price $89
The Bulls are one of the best defensive teams in the league. Therefore, it is strange that the first duel between the two teams ended 132-129 in favor of the Bulls. Chicago is not of the teams that favor high scoring games, but they can handle them. For the Mavericks, the duel with the Bulls is a true test for their offensive power. View Mavericks vs Bulls tickets for the American Airlines Arena.

Rockets @ Mavericks, American Airlines Center, February 20th,
Starting price $23, Average price $94
This is the first duel this season between the teams in Dallas, and their third matchup of the season. Houston hosted the first one and won, and they will host the second in January. The difference between the division rivals in the South West is two or three wins, so every game versus division teams counts. For Dallas, the February 20 matchup will be extremely hard, given the fact they play in Oklahoma City against the Thunder the night before. View Mavericks vs Rockets tickets for the American Airlines Arena.

Grizzlies @ Mavericks, American Airlines Center, March 20th,
Starting price $16, Average price $99
You can say the week from March 20 to March 27 is of extreme importance to the Mavericks and their standings in the Western conference playoffs race. They play the Memphis Grizzlies, the Suns and the Spurs in the week. Their duel with Memphis is especially important, since is the last matchup between the teams for the season. View Mavericks vs Grizzlies tickets for American Airlines Arena.

Spurs @ Mavericks, American Airlines Center, March 24th,
Starting price $41, Average price $104
The teams split the first two duels, with San Antonio winning in a thriller on opening night. The two teams have a long history enhanced by the matchup between Dirk Nowitzki and Tim Duncan, arguably two of the top 10 players in the last 15 years. The March 24 game is the first one of a home and home duel between the two teams.View Mavericks vs Spurs tickets for the American Airlines Arena.

Suns @ Mavericks, American Airlines Center, April 8th,
Starting price $13, Average price $81
The Suns is the team that beat the Mavs twice this season. Everyone expect Phoenix to be the team that falls out of the playoff picture and OKC to surge and join the hunt for title. Last year, the Mavs and the Suns battled through the very end of the season for the last playoff spot. Phoenix was the team to miss out. Can that happen this year again? View Mavericks vs Suns tickets for the American Airlines Arena.

On The Road

Mavericks @ Warriors
Oracle Arena Feb 5th & March 6th 2015
With plenty of time still to go in the regular NBA season schedule if the Mav’s want to catch the Golden State Warriors the two meetings at the Oracle Arena will be extremely important. If for any reason it will give the Mavericks a good taste of what might become in the Playoffs. Currently the Mavericks are 13-5 on road and heading into the Warriors house where they are 15-1 so far this season will make this match up a 100% definite one to watch. Mavericks @ Warriors tickets are averaging $59.00 per ticket for the Oracle Arena.

Mavericks @ Trail Blazers
Moda Center March 6th 2015
The Trail Blazers are currently in second place in the Western Conference and two games behind Golden State. They are currently the hottest team in the West as they are 8-2 in their last 10 games and lost to the Mavs already once this season on Nov 6th. If the Mavericks will play them three more times and will need to win two of them to possibly secure a potential home court advantage over them. Trail Blazers vs Mavericks tickets for the Moda Center average $40.00 per ticket while the Mavericks vs Trail Blazers at the American Airlines Arena are averaging $57.00 per ticket.

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Chicago Bulls Ticket Prices

Chicago Bulls Ticket Price Drops 14.6% in 2015

It took few months, but the Bulls look like the championship contender everyone envisioned them to be. Derrick Rose is as healthy as ever, he is relentless to the basket, the signing of Pau Gasol is the most underrated signing of the summer, and Jimmy Butler is arguably the best player on the team, and one of the top 10-15 in the league. Tom Thibodeau is still manning the sidelines, expecting and demanding perfection and effort from his players, and the results are finally showing on the scoreboard. Their defense is not up the level we are accustomed to see, but their offense is top notch. With that being said, the season is long, and the following five are some of the most important games for the Bulls.

The Chicago Bulls have moved into first place in attendance at the United Center with an average of 21,944 passing the Cleveland Cavaliers at 20,562 per game. In 2014 the Bulls average attendance was 21,716 with a 17,551 attendance average on the road according to ESPN. At the end of the 2014 the Chicago Bulls ticket price average was $120 per ticket which has dipped 14.16% to start off the 2015 season to $103.00 per ticket.

Bucks @ Bulls, January 10th United Center
Starting price $74, Average price $98
Nobody expected the Bucks to compete for the division title in the Central division. But months into the season, the Bucks are competitive as ever, which makes their duel with the Bulls even more interesting. Chicago won the first duel in Milwaukee, and the Bucks might look for revenge on the opposing team floor. View all Bulls vs Bucks tickets for the United Center.

Cavaliers @ Bulls, February 12th United Center
Starting price $155, Average price $266
By February, LeBron James should be back in uniform, the Cavs should have things figured out, and this might be the best duel the two teams have in the regular season. The first clash of the Central division rivals was won by Cleveland, and it was a high scoring game. But that was in October, when Derrick Rose was rusty, and Butler was a role player. Now, Rose is healthy and spry, and Butler looks like the second or third best shooting guard in the league. View all Bulls vs Cavaliers Tickets for the United Center.

Wizards @ Bulls, March 3rd United Center
Starting price $55, Average price $109
The Wizards were the team to eliminate the Bulls from the 2014 playoffs. And it wasn’t pretty, with Washington racing to 4-1 advantage. The Bulls were low on offensive firepower last year, but this time, things look different. This will also be a testing game, where teams looking for a long playoffs run experiment between each other. Both the Bulls and the Wizards are poised to be in the playoffs, but just for how long, it is unknown yet.View all Wizards vs Bulls Tickets for the United Center.

Raptors @ Bulls, March 20th United Center
Starting price $75, Average price $115
Considering how tight the race is in the East, which happens for the first time in years, wins versus top 4 teams are important as ever. The Bulls beat the Raptors two times already, but if they manage to win one more, they will hold the tiebreaker, a nifty asset in the playoffs. Hopefully, for the March game, fans can see both the Raptors and the Bulls backcourt healthy. Head to head matchups between Butler/Rose and Lowry/DeRozan are delight, and the real winners are the fans who get to see them. View all Bulls vs Raptors Tickets for the United Center.

Hawks @ Bulls, April 15th United Center
Starting price $40, Average price $67
To close out the season, Chicago welcomes Atlanta. The teams are currently in the top 4 in the East, and considering all the facts, they might stay there by the end of the season. The Hawks won the first matchup, and the teams play in January in Chicago as well. However, the last game of the season might decide which team is ranked 1-2-3-4. The race is tight in the East! View all Bulls vs Hawks Tickets for the United Center.

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Los Angeles Kings Fans

Ducks & Rangers are LA Kings Top Tickets of the week

After a solid Christmas week that included home victories over St. Louis, Arizona and San Jose, the Los Angeles Kings had a tough swing through Canada, followed by a Saturday night home matchup at STAPLES Center versus the Nashville Predators. The Kings lost three of four during the week, including overtime losses to the Predators and Edmonton Oilers. The week ended with a wild lost to Nashville, 7-6 in overtime, following a ferocious comeback from the Kings to tie the game.

Week Recap: The Kings kicked off the week with a trip to Calgary to take on the Flames, falling behind 2-0 on two first period goals from the Calgary Flames, a minute apart from Curtis Glencross and Markus Granlund. Tyler Toffoli scored in the second period to pull within a goal, but the Kings were unable to get another shot past Flames goaltender Jonas Hiller. Following the loss in Calgary the Kings made the trip north to Edmonton to complete the Alberta back-to-back, losing 3-2 to the Oilers in a shootout. Like the night before the Kings fell behind 2-0, coming back with third period goals from Drew Doughty and Jake Muzzin to tie the game and send it to overtime and then the shootout. The Oilers would prevail in the shootout, ending a nine-game losing streak. The Kings would preserve an all important road point, setting up the opportunity to pick up a victory in Vancouver to complete the three-game road trip on a positive note. The Kings prevailed in Vancouver by a 3-2 score with Justin Williams and Jarret Stoll scoring late to give the Kings a come from behind win. The victory overshadowed the fact that the Kings fell behind 2-0 in for the third consecutive game, coming from behind once again. The Kings comeback gave them three points on the road trip and send them back to STAPLES Center for a Saturday night matchup with the Predators on a winning note. In one of the wildest games of the NHL season the Kings would score first and then give up five unanswered goals to the Predators, eventually falling behind 6-3 on an Ollie Jokinen goals mid-way through the third period. Amazingly the Kings would storm back and score three times in the final two minutes of regulation to tie the score at 6-6 and send the game into overtime. The Kings expended effort likely contributed to their sudden loss when the Predators scored just 18 seconds into overtime.

Up Next for the Kings: The Kings have three days off before they host the New York Rangers at STAPLES Center on Thursday in a Stanley Cup rematch. The Kings defeated the Rangers in six games last summer to win their second Stanley Cup title in three seasons. The Kings complete the week with another game at STAPLES Center on Saturday, January 10 when they host the Winnipeg Jets.

Where They Stand: With 47 points the Kings are in 5th place in the Western Conference, tied with the Vancouver Canucks. They are eleven points behind the Anaheim Ducks, who lead both the Western Conference and the Pacific Division.

Here is a look at the Los Angeles Kings Games upcoming games at the Staples Center

Rangers @ Kings Tickets
Thur, Jan 8th at 7:30PM Staples Center | Up 2% | Tickets start at $50.00
The Rangers come to the Staples Center in 7th place in the Eastern Conference with a 8-6-1 road record.

Jets @ Kings Tickets
Sat, Jan 10th at 7:00PM Staples Center | Up 2% | Tickets start at $50.00
The Winnipeg Jets are currently ranked 8th I the Western Conference and have an 11-4-4 road record. The Kings beat the Jets in Winnipeg on Oct 12th.

Maple Leafs @ Kings Tickets
Mon, Jan 12th at 7:30PM Staples Center | Down 18% | Tickets start at $34.00
The Toronto Maple Leafs are currently in 7th place in the Easter Conference and have a 7-8-3 road record. The Kings lost to the Maple Leafs in their first meeting in Toronto.

Devils @ Kings Tickets
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Wed, Jan 14th at 7:30PM Staples Center | Down 17% | Tickets start at $35.00
The Eastern Conference New Jersey Devils come into the Staples Center with a road record 8-13-2.

Ducks @ Kings Tickets
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Sat, Jan 17th at 7:00PM Staples Center | Up 22% | Tickets start at $105.00
Currently in first place the Anaheim Ducks return to the Staples Center for the Kings and Ducks last meeting in Los Angeles. The Kings won their previous Nov 11th meeting at the Staples Center.

Flames @ Kings Tickets
Mon, Jan 19th at 7:30PM Staples Center | Down 4% | Tickets start at $35.00
Currently the Calgary Flames have 45 points and are sitting just two points behind the Kings, Sharks, Canucks, and Jets who all are tied with 47 points in the Western Conference.

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Anaheim Ducks

Rangers & Jets Top Ducks Tickets Of The Week

After dropping their first game of the week to the San Jose Sharks, the Anaheim Ducks rallied back and won consecutive games over two solid teams, defeating the St. Louis Blues and Nashville Predators by identical 4-3 scores. With another successful week the Ducks extended their lead in the Pacific Division and the Western Conference.

Week Recap: The Ducks hosted the San Jose Sharks on New Year’s Eve at Honda Center, losing 3-0 behind a shutout from Sharks goaltender Antti Niemi, his third of the season. Joe Pavelski scored twice for the Sharks, his 18th and 19th goals of the season. Corey Perry returned to the Ducks lineup but, like the rest of the Ducks, was unable to find the back of the net. After a day off on Thursday the Sharks hosted the St. Louis Blues on Friday night, winning 4-3 in a hard fought game. Ryan Getzlaf, Kyle Palmieri, Andrew Cogliano and Matt Beleskey scored for the Ducks, with Beleskey picking up his team leading 16th of the season. It was the 16th victory by just a goal in the last 18 Anaheim wins. The Ducks continued their homestand on Sunday night when they hosted the Nashville Predators. Nashville was coming off of a wild 7-6 overtime victory over the Los Angeles Kings the night before. Matt Beleskey opened the scoring for Anaheim with his 17th goal of the season in the first period, with Corey Perry notching his 15th goal in the second period in his third game back from injury. The Predators would go up 3-2 before Francois Beauchemin scored his second goal of the season to tie the game at three. The game would go into overtime with the Ducks eventually prevailing in the shootout on goals by Jakob Silfverberg and Ryan Kesler. Frederik Andersen made 27 saves to earn the victory in goal. The Danish goaltender now has 21 victories on the season.

Up Next for the Ducks: The Ducks have a busy upcoming week with home games versus the New York Rangers, Winnipeg Jets, Toronto Maple Leafs and New Jersey Devils. The culmination of the 8-game home stand is a prime opportunity to gain additional ground in both the division and the Western Conference. If the season ended today the Maple Leafs, Rangers and Jets are all in solid playoff positioning, with the Jets off to their best start since the franchise relocated to Winnipeg in 2010.

Where They Stand: With 58 points the Ducks lead the Pacific Division and the Western Conference. They have a four point lead on the Chicago Blackhawks and Nashville Predators for the top record in the National Hockey League.

Here is a look at the Anaheim Ducks upcoming games at the Honda Center

Rangers @ Ducks Tickets
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Wed, Jan 7th at 7:30PM Honda Center | Up 12% | Tickets start at $70.00
The Rangers come to the Honda Center in 7th place in the Eastern Conference with a 8-6-1 road record.

Jets @ Ducks Tickets
Teemu Tribute Night at the Honda Center
Sun, Jan 11th at 6:00PM Honda Center | Up 60% | Tickets start at $90.00
The Winnipeg Jets are currently ranked 8th I the Western Conference and have a 11-4-4 road record.

Maple Leafs @ Ducks Tickets
Wed, Jan 14th at 7:00PM Honda Center | Down 16% | Tickets start at $21.00
The Toronto Maple Leafs are currently in 7th place in the Easter Conference and have a 7-8-3 road record.

Devils @ Ducks Tickets
Fri, Jan 16th at 7:00PM Honda Center | Down 18% | Tickets start at $21.00
The New Jersey Devils come into the Honda Center with a road record 8-13-2.

Flames @ Ducks Tickets
Sun, Jan 11th at 6:00PM Honda Center | Down 24% | Tickets start at $15.00
The Calgary Flames are currently two points behind the Los Angeles Kings and Winnipeg Jets for 8th in the Western Conference and have a road record 10-9-1

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Lakers schedule

Cavaliers & Heat Top Lakers Tickets For The Week

The Los Angeles Lakers, welcoming back Kobe Bryant, put together a solid week of basketball, winning two of three games this past week. The Lakers kicked off the week with a road victory in Denver, followed by a close STAPLES Center loss to Western Conference contender Memphis, followed by a tight win over the Indiana Pacers on Sunday night. The Pacers victory will give the Lakers momentum for their upcoming two cames, tough road matchups with the Portland Trailblazers and Los Angeles Clippers.

Week Recap: Tuesday night Kobe Bryant registered his 21st career triple double in a victory over the Denver Nuggets. Bryant had 23 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists, becoming the second oldest among active players to register a triple double. Bryant played the part of set-up man, shooting just 11 times in one of his most efficient offensive performances of the season. Carlos Boozer had 19 points for the Lakers with Ronnie Price chipping in with 18 points. Jordan Hill and Wesley Johnson also finished in double figures. Following the victory in Denver the Lakers had two days off before hosting Marc Gasol and the Memphis Grizzlies on Friday night at STAPLES Center. The game was tight throughout with the Grizzlies prevailing behind a big third quarter effort. Kobe Bryant’s three-point attempt at the buzzer could have tied the game but rimmed out. Jeremy Lin and Ed Davis led the Lakers with 20 points, with Bryant finishing with 15 points, 9 rebounds and 8 assists. For the second consecutive game Bryant played the role of distributor. Carlos Boozer chipped in 14 points. Sunday night the Lakers hosted the Indiana Pacers at STAPLES Center, earning a tight 88-87 victory, behind a big fourth quarter effort. The Lakers fell behind big in the first quarter but slowly chipped away at the lead, earning the victory with a strong effort in the second half. Kobe Bryant scored 20 points and hit the game winner with 12 seconds to play. Bryant scored nine points in the final 2:32 of play, helping the Lakers overcome a thirteen point victory. In addition to Bryant, Nick Young put together a big fourth quarter, scoring 10 of his 22 points in the fourth quarter. Ed Davis, Carlos Boozer and Jeremy Lin also finished in double figures for the Lakers. Los Angeles finished 28 of 30 from the free throw line, a major factor in the victory. The Lakers traveled up to the Moda Center to face the Portland Trail Blazers on Jan 5th without the services of Kobe Bryant who is resting his achillies and lost 98-94 as Blazers Damian Lillard exploded for 39 points.

Up Next for the Lakers: The Lakers have three games this upcoming week, starting with a road game versus the Los Angeles Clippers at the Staples Center. . Portland is currently a game and a half behind the Golden State Warriors for the top record in the NBA, while the Clippers are in 6th place in the West. Following the two road games the Lakers host the Orlando Magic on Friday night followed by a return visit to STAPLES Center by the Portland Trailblazers on Sunday.

Upcoming Games For the Lakers at the Staples Center

Magic @ Lakers Tickets
Fri, Jan 9th at 7:30pm Staples Center | Down 13% | Tickets start at $38.00
The 13-24 Orlando Magic come into the Staples Center lead by Tobias Harris averaging 18.3 points per game and Nikola Vucevic averaging 11 rebounds a game.

Trail Blazers @ Lakers Tickets
Sun, Jan 11th at 6:30pm Staples Center | Down 7% | Tickets start at $40.00
The Lakers look for revenge after their Jan 5 loss to the Blazers at the Moda Center. The Trail Blazers are lead by LaMarcus Aldridge averaging 23 points per game and 10.6 rebounds per game.

Heat @ Lakers Tickets
Tues, Jan 13th at 7:30pm Staples Center | Down 9% | Tickets start at $45.00
The Heats Dwyane Wade brings his 23 points per game average and Chris Bosh’s 7.9 rebounds per game to Los Angeles. The Heat are currently 8th in the Eastern Division by 2.5 games over the Indiana Pacers.

Cavaliers @ Lakers Tickets
Thur, Jan 15th at 7:30pm Staples Center | Down 7% | Tickets start at $117.00
Lebron James is being re-evaluated today after missing three games with lower back and knee strains in hopes to return shorter than his initial two weeks absence. Lebron James is currently averaging 25.5 points per game followed by Kyrie Irving with 20.2 and Kevin Love with 17 points per game.

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Los Angeles Clippers Basketball

Lakers & Cavaliers Cap Off Clippers Top Tickets Of The Week

With three games versus lesser competition, the Los Angeles Clippers took care of business, winning all three to keep pace with the leaders in the Western Conference. The Clippers have four games remaining on their season-long seven-game homestand, a prime opportunity to continue their climb to the top of the standings in the conference.

Week Recap: Monday night the Clippers hosted the Utah Jazz at STAPLES Center, winning 101-97 and defeating the Jazz for the 12th consecutive game. The Clippers played an uneven game but made the big plays down the stretch to earn the victory with Blake Griffin leading the way with 24 points. Chris Paul added 20 points and 8 assists. Even though the Clippers never led by more than five points, they never trailed in the fourth quarter. DeAndre Jordan added 19 rebounds to pace the Clippers on the inside. After a day off on Tuesday the Clippers hosted the struggling New York Knicks on New Year’s Eve. The Knicks, in their first year with Phil Jackson as the General Manager, currently have the worst record in the Eastern Conference. The Clippers handed the Knicks their 9th consecutive loss with a big third quarter effort. JJ Redick had 20 points to the lead the Clippers with both DeAndre Jordan and Blake Griffin adding double doubles. Jamal Crawford had 13 points for the Clippers, including three three-point shots to pass Peja Stojakovic for 9th place on the all-time NBA list. The Clippers wrapped up the week with a blowout victory on Saturday night over the Philadelphia 76ers. The Clippers blew out the hapless Sixers 127-91 behind a dominating second half performance. Chris Paul had 24 points, 12 assists and 8 rebounds in the victory with JJ Redick chipping in 17 points and Blake Griffin 15 points. The Clippers were able to rest their starters the entire fourth quarter due to their substantial lead, giving Paul and Griffin needed rest for the big Monday night matchup with the Atlanta Hawks.

The Clippers kicked off one of the four big home games this coming week, capping off a seven-game home stand. They hosted the Atlanta Hawks on Monday night. The Hawks are the biggest surprise of this year’s NBA season, leading the Eastern Conference with a 25-8 record. Although Blake Griffin scored 26 points and 10 rebounds the rest off the offence didn’t show up as Chris Paul only scored 10 points and DeAndre Jordan scored 15 with 16 rebounds the Clipper fell to the Hawks 98-107.

Up Next for the Clippers: Following an off day today the Clippers host the Lakers on Wednesday night, followed by a big Saturday afternoon home game versus the Dallas Mavericks. Dallas added elite point guard Rajon Rondo to the roster via trade two weeks ago. The presence of Rondo just might make the Mavericks a legitimate title contender. The Clippers wrap up the week when they host the Miami Heat on Sunday afternoon.

Where They Stand: With a 23-12 record the Clippers are in sixth place in the Western Conference.

Clippers Ticket Prices For Upcoming Games

Lakers @ Clippers Tickets
Wed, Jan 7 at 7:30 PM Up 2% Tickets start $76.00
The 11-24 Lakers come into the Staples Center with a 6-12 road record. Kobe Bryant is averaging 23.6 points per game and Jordan Hill is averaging 8 rebounds a game.

Mavericks @ Clippers Tickets
Sun, Jan 11 at 12:30PM Down 17% | Tickets start at $28.00
Sitting at fourth place in the Western Conference the Mavs lead by Dirk Nowitzki’s 18.5 points per game and Monta Ellis’s 20.7 will come to the Staples Center for their only meeting with the Clippers in Los Angeles.

Heat @ Clippers Tickets
Sun, Jan 11 at 12:30PM Down 24% | Tickets start at $33.00
The 15-20 Miami Heat come into the Staples Center with a 7-13 road record lead by Dwyane Wade is averaging 23 points a game and Chris Bosh is averaging 7.9 rebounds a game.

Cavaliers @ Clippers Tickets
Fri, Jan 16th at 7:30pm Down 12% | Tickets start at $100
Sitting in 5th place in the Eastern Division the 19-16 Cavaliers will come into the Staples Center with Lebron James and his 25.2 points per game expecting to return as well as Kevin Love and his 10.2 rebounds per game.

Celtics @ Clippers Tickets
Mon, Jan 19th 12:30pm Down 16% | Tickets start at $19.00
The 11-21 Boston Celtics lead by Jeff Green averaging 17.9 points a game and Jarard Sullinger’s 8.1 rebounds a game will come into the Staples Center for an early day game.

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Cavaliers Ticket Prices Drop 18% In 2015

Hardly anyone can figure these Cavaliers. They go on a run, then loose few games, then they mix things up, and then people start pointing fingers. A team with LeBron James on it is sure to qualify for the playoffs, but what then is the real question. And how high will they be ranked?

The Cavaliers still lead the league in attendance according to ESPN with 18 games they are at 370,116 with an average of 20,562 per game which is up 26.98% average in 2013. In December of 2014 the Cavaliers Ticket price average was $240.00 per ticket and starting out the New Year with no Lebron and average play by the Cavs their ticket price average has dropped 18.75% to $195 per ticket. Only the New York Knicks ticket price average drop of 20.26% from $153.00 to $122.00 is a larger drop.

Here is a look at five upcoming games for the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Bulls @ Cavliers, January 19, Starting price $76, Average price $189
After their five game road trip, the Cavs come back home to host the Chicago Bulls, their division rivals. LeBron James should be back in uniform for the game, a fact with which the table is set for a great game. When the season started, the Bulls and the Cavs were considered favorites to win the East, but they are trailing surprise teams such as Toronto Raptors and Atlanta Hawks. You can view Bulls vs Cavaliers tickets for the Quicken Loans Arena.

Lakers @ Cavliers, February 8, Starting price $103, Average price $167
It was a long time before James and Kobe played against each other as members of the Cavs and the Lakers. There were times when fans were dreaming of a finals matchup between Cleveland and Los Angeles. That hasn’t happened, and it doesn’t look like it will happen any time soon. For the time being, fans can enjoy the duel between Kobe and LeBron. You can view Cavaliers vs Lakers tickets for the Quicken Loans Arena. The Lakers vs Cavaliers ticket prices for the Staples Center have also dropped 18.18% from their get in the door high of $110.00 to $85.00 per ticket.

Heat @ Cavliers, February 11, Starting price $84, Average price $225
James went to Miami this season for Christmas, but he hasn’t hosted his old team yet. He will have the chance to play host for the Heat on February 11th. Before teaming up with Dwayne Wade, James and his buddy had some of the best duels between them. Everything points to this game being one of the better as well. You can view Heat vs Cavaliers tickets for the Quicken Loans Arena.

Pistons @ Cavliers, April 13, Starting price $46, Average price $79
You might say this is a meaningless, division game. However, the Detroit Pistons were the ones to embarrass the Cavs on their home court this season, causing LeBron James to question the defense of the Cavaliers. James and the Pistons do share a history, and the second game in the Quicken Loans Arena should be the one James will be waiting for revenge. You can view Pistons vs Cavaliers tickets for the Quicken Loans Arena.

Wizards @ Cavliers, April 15, Starting price $67, Average price $117
The Cavs close out the season versus one of the currently top 3 teams in the East. This will also be a duel between two highly gifted point guards in John Wall and Kyrie Irving. Both of them were the number one pick, and both were supposed to save their franchise. Kyrie has LeBron now, and John Wall considers himself and Bradley Beal the best back court in the league. With all that in mind, the duel also serves as booster for playoff confidence. You can view Wizards vs Cavaliers tickets for the Quicken Loans Arena.

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Katy Perry Super Bowl Halftime Show

What The Super Bowl Halftime Show Means To Katy Perry

Pepsi Super Bowl XLIX: The Super Bowl halftime show is consistently the most viewed moments in television history. Over and over the Super Bowl commercials make it into the Guinness Book of World Records for “Most Viewed Commercial in T.V. History”, and the half-time show makes an equal impact. With over 100 million views on a regular basis, last year the half-time show performed by Bruno Mars WAS the most watched halftime in history at 115.3 million views. According to Nielsen the 2014 Super Bowl had 25.3 million tweets during it. The runner-up was Madonna‘s 2012 appearance, at 114 million views. This year, the Super Bowl has invited super star Katy Perry. On February 1, 2015 Katy Perry will be performing at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, AZ. Beating out Coldplay, this is Katy Perry’s biggest performance yet. Strangely, although perhaps not surprisingly, artists do not get paid by the Super Bowl; merely they have their travel expenses covered by the NFL.

So what does Katy Perry actually get out of the show? Besides having her name permanently etched in history alongside the greatest music acts of all time, including Michael Jackson who performed in 1993, a performance that changed the Super Bowl forever, making it a celebrity event ever since.

In 2009, the Hello Katy Tour put Katy Perry at an astounding eighty-nine concerts. The attendance was 76,485 and grossed $1,508,092.00. This number does not include any of her merchandise or records. The tour took Katy Perry and her fans across North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia and lasted from January 23, 2009 through November 28, 2009. Her set list was seventeen songs and an additional encore of two songs. At that time, Katy was fresh on the market and her songs were running the radio airwaves. Everyone knows “I Kissed a Girl” and “Don’t Stop Me Now”, a cover from Queen.

Katy Perry’s California Dream Tour was her next. It lasted February 20, 2011 through January 22, 2012, almost a full calendar year. She did forty-six shows in Europe, eleven in Oceania, six in Asia, sixty-one in North America, and three in South America, totaling 127 shows. The result was an astounding 1,088,817 attendees and ticket sales of $51,834,881.00, and again, that’s not including merchandise and records.

Katy Perry’s third world tour broke those records by almost three times the amount of money made. It lasted May 7, 2014 and is still going through March 22, 2015. Tickets sold result in 130 concerts in four legs of the tour. The sales mean 1,131,823 tickets and sales totaling $142,850,951 as of the first of the year. That still leaves 21 more dates scheduled after February 16th!

What is amazing about Katy Perry performing at the Super Bowl is her unparalleled success already.

After his performance during the 2014 Super Bowl, Bruno Mars “Jukebox” sales jumped 164%, according to Billboard. There were also boosts in record sales immediately following Beyonce, Madonna, Paul McCartney and Bruce Springsteen.

So what will this mean for Katy Perry?

Bruno Mars’ “The Moonshine Jungle Tour” was already full swing before he played the Super bowl halftime show and the North American leg of the tour had an average ticket price on the secondary market of $210.00 per ticket. After the halftime show rose to almost $550.00 per ticket, beating out the likes of Beyonce with Jay Z at $200.00 per ticket, One Direction with a $256.00 per ticket, and Justin Timberlake who had a $195.00 per ticket. The Half Time Show put Bruno Mars at more than double any of his fellow top-ranking performers.

So what will this mean for Katy Perry? And her fans? Katy Perry Ticket Prices on the Secondary Market for her European leg of the tour that will resume after the Halftime Show have an average of $228.00 per ticket. We can expect her ticket prices to rise immediately after her performance. Katy Perry’s current Prismatic Tour had its second leg of the tour in North America from June 22nd – Oct 11th 2014 and hasn’t announced any more dates yet. But, if she uses the Super Bowl Halftime Show to promote more tour dates, you can expect to see a 161.90% rise in Katy Perry tickets in the secondary market based on the metric rise in Bruno Mars ticket prices on the secondary market after his.



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Boston Celtics Ticket Prices

Celtics Tickets Prices Down 56% In 2015

It seems like just a season ago the Celtics were on top of the world and had an average ticket price of $150.00 a ticket. The average Celtics ticket price for games at the TD Garden have fallen to an average price of $66.00 per ticket on the secondary market currently and giving the opportunity for the Boston Strong to get some great deals on Celtics Tickets even though they are rebuilding.

For the Celtics, this season is officially over. All what is left is to see how high they will rank in the draft order. Ideally, the Celtics would love to be lower, but it is hard to believe they can fall to the top 5, even with Rajon Rondo traded. The remaining games are all for improving the youngsters, especially Marcus Smart, and a chance to boost the value of some of the veterans, so they can trade them. However, there are games that matter and can be fun.

Celtics versus Mavericks, January 2, Starting price $84, Average price $153
All you need to know about the importance of this game, is that the Celtics increased the price of the tickets. This will be the first return of Rajon Rondo, who was traded to the Mavericks just few days before. Aside from Ray Allen, all members of the Championship team in 2008 got a warm welcome to the Garden, and Rondo should be no exception. View all Celtics vs Mavericks tickets for the TD Garden.

Celtics @ Knicks, February 3, Starting price $44, Average price $103
The green team makes their annual visit at the Madison Square Garden, an arena famous as much as the TD Garden in Boston. Both teams are in the bottom of the Atlantic Division, but that doesn’t mean their duel will be less interesting. The teams have been rivals for years, and having a weaker team won’t stop that rivalry.View all Knicks tickets for the Celtics game at Madison Square Garden.

Celtics @ Lakers, February 22, Starting price $47, Average price $127
The duel between the two storied franchises will always attract attention, even when both are fighting for a higher draft pick. It will be a long time before any of the teams compete for a championship, but they will endure, as they have in the past. And the Lakers still have Kobe Bryant, one player that loves competing with Boston due to the history of the two teams. View all Lakers vs Celtics Tickets for the Staples Center.

Celtics @ Pacers, March 14, Starting price $6, Average price $63
Neither team will admit it openly, but both are hoping for a higher draft pick. Their duels might be direct factor in the draft order, as they are very close in the East rankings. The Pacers, at least on paper, are trying to get to the playoffs, but that is a pipe dream. With Paul George sidelined by the end of the season, and considering their salary situation, getting a high draft pick is a valuable asset for the future. View all Pacers vs Celtics tickets for the Bankers Life Field House.

Celtics versus Raptors, April 14, Starting price $15, Average price $45
The Celtics close out the season in Milwaukee the following night, but they say goodbye to their fans at the Garden versus what is now the clear winner of the Atlantic Division, Toronto Raptors. It will be a nice chance for the fans to show respect to their team for the last time this season, and hope that the next one will be better. The Celtics have chance to remake their roster this summer. View all Celtics vs Raptors tickets for the TD Garden.

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Atlanta Hawks Tickets Discount Code

Six Games The Hawks Need To Win In 2015

Surprise, surprise! 30 games into the season, and the team many expected to be in the lottery or fight for a playoff spot, is second in the East. For the past month, the Hawks are one of the top 3 teams in the league. The players and the staff managed to block all the Danny Ferry rumors and media rumblings, and are now looking to take advantage of the situation in the East. There is no clear favorite in the East, unlike the past 3-4 seasons, when Miami was the team to beat. At the moment, the East is wide open, and everyone have a chance, so why not the Hawks? There are still important games to play, and the following 5 are the most important for the Hawks.

Wizards @ Hawks, January 11, Starting price $40, Average price $46
The Hawks and the Wizards are in the top 4 teams in the East. They are also in a wire to wire race for the division title in the SouthEast. The Hawks won the first game in Washington, and if they can capitalize and win at home, they will have better chance to hold the tiebreaker with the Wizards. A division title guarantees home court advantage in the first round at least, and considering rankings at the moment, Hawks and Wizards might play in the second round of the playoffs. View all Hawks vs Wizards Tickets for Philips Arena.

Hawks at Raptors, January 16, Starting price $73, Average price $120
If the season ended today, the Raptors would be first in the East, and the Hawks would be second. The Raptors seem to be dominating the Hawks this year, as they beat them twice, once at home, and once on the road. For the Hawks, it is important to get a win versus the top team in the East, at least for confidence. And the race for the top spot is still wide open. Both teams are playing awesome basketball recently, so the duel in Canada will be extremely fun. View all Raptors vs Hawks Tickets for the Air Canada Center.

Warriors @ Hawks, February 6, Starting price $22, Average price $78
The Hawks haven’t played the Warriors yet. Both their defense and offense will be tested versus one of the best teams in the league. If Andrew Bogut is healthy by then, the Hawks might have troubles scoring. And if there is one team that shoots 3s as well as the Hawks that is the Warriors. Additionally, Korver and Curry are two of the players defenses pay most attention to, and players opponents are glued to. Therefore, it will be fun to see how they handle each other. View all Hawks vs Warriors Tickets for Philips Arena.

Cavaliers @ Hawks, March 6th, Starting Price $89, Average price $189
The Hawks have beaten the Cavaliers twice this season out of the three meetings so far and this last meeting could have big playoff implications for home court advantage. Cav’s Lebron James is averaging 25.2 points a game versus Hawks Jeff Teague’s 16.9. Big Man Kevin Love is pulling down 10.1 rebounds a game right now versus Paul Millsap’s 8.1. While Atlanta is on a hot streak winning 8 of their last games the Cavaliers are still looking to pull things together winning just 5 of their last 10. View all Hawks vs Warriors Tickets for Philips Arena.

Hawks vs Spurs, March 20, Starting price $36, Average price $76
They call the Hawks the San Antonio Spurs of the East. And with Mike Budenholzer on the sidelines, a former Spurs assistant, that is definitely true. Budenholzer has managed to copy the space, move the ball, corner 3s system that the Spurs employ to perfection. And the results are showing. The first game between the two was a close one, with the Spurs prevailing 94-92.Hawks vs Warriors Tickets for the AT&T Center.

Hawks at Bulls, April 15, Starting price $41, Average price $111
For the Hawks, this is their last game of the season. Considering the playoff race in the East is as close as ever, the last game might decide whether a team finishes 3rd, 4th of 5th. The Bulls are also one of the top teams in the East, and winning against them just before the playoffs start is a confidence booster. Add the difficulty of playing on the road, and the Hawks have a hard task before them.Bulls vs Hawks Tickets for the AT&T Center.

Atlanta Hawks Ticket Prices for Philips Arena Games
Prices for Atlanta Hawks tickets for games at the Philips Center have averaged $92.00 per ticket currently with get’in’s as low at $10.00 per ticket for games such as the Hawks vs 76ers, and Detroit Pistons.

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