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Lakers Draft 2015

Lakers Tickets Score The Best Deals Of The Week (1/18)

The Lakers are sitting in just four games ahead of the Minnesota Timberwolves for last place in the Western Conference and 21.5 games behind the Golden State Warriors. While the 2014/2015 regular season for the Lakers can pretty much be called well before the All-Star game break.

The driving force of Lakernation is will this be the last time I ever see Kobe Bryant play which is getting harder to predict with Kobe resting multiple games, talk of pulling Kobe for the season so he can rest.

Lakers games at the Staples Center attendance has actually gone up in 2015 according to ESPN with an average of 18,962 (99.5%) a 0.7% percent higher than their 2014 of 18,828 (98.8%) average although they have dropped from 8th place to 10th place on home game attendance. The Lakers are currently 6-15 at the Staples Center. Lakers tickets on average have raised in 2015 to $125.00 per ticket average a 27% rise since 2014 ending Lakers tickets average of $98.00 per ticket. This price jump on Lakers tickets is more due to strength of schedule as two of the five home games they played at Staples in January were Lebron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers and Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat.

On the road the Lakers are drawing 18,283 (95.5) per game which has also risen 2.4% in 2015 from their average draw of 17,845 a game in 2014.

Wizards @ Lakers Staples Center Jan 27th
Get in’s $29.00 | average price $64.00 (down 3%)
Holding second place in the Eastern Conference and 5.0 games behind the Atlanta Hawks the Washington Wizards come to the Staples Center in their only game against the Lakers in LA. Lakers tickets price average on the secondary market for the game against the Wizards is down this week by 3% and down -154.68% from their last season average of $163.00per ticket. View all Wizards vs Lakers tickets at the Staples Center.

Nets @ Lakers Staples Center Feb 20th
Get in’s $37.00 | average price $95.00
With the Brooklyn Nets in the news about possibly being up for sale it has boosted the Lakers tickets price average against the Nets at Staples Center up by 5.5% since December 31st 2014. The Nets are sitting in the eighth seed of the Eastern Conference and led by Joe Johnson’s 15.9 points per game and Kevin Garnetts 7.3 rebounds per game. You can view all Nets vs Lakers tickets for the Staples Center.

Bucks @ Lakers Staples Center Feb 27th
Get in’s $24.00 | average price $81.00
The Milwaukee Bucks are currently in 5th place in the East and 5 games behind the Chicago Bulls for the fourth spot. The Bucks made the headlines this week playing the New York Knicks in London England at the 02 arena where they came away with a 95-79 win. Although Lakers tickets average against the Bucks is still down -26% from their $110.00 2013 price Lakers tickets for the Feb 27th game are actually up 5.19% from their Dec 2014 average price of $77.00. View all Bucks vs Lakers tickets at the Staples Center.

Hawks @ Lakers Staples Center March 15th
Get in’s $29.00 | Average price $79.00
The Atlanta Hawks are currently the hottest team in the NBA. Sitting in first place in the Eastern Conference 5 games ahead of the Wizards and the Hawks are 12-0 in their last 12 games. They are 16-3 at the Philips Arena and 17.5 at home. The Hawks are ranked 24th in attendance at home averaging 16,181 per night but on the road they are ranked 7th just behind the Raptors drawing 18,005 (91.9%). While Hawks against the Lakers in Atlanta averaged $82.00 per ticket the Staples Center game is averaging $79.00 per ticket. View all Hawks vs Lakers tickets at the Staples Center.

Jazz @ Lakers Staples Center March 19th
Get in’s $19.00 | average price $69.00
Long gone are the Karl Malone John Stockton days for the struggling Utah Jazz who come into the Staples Center 2 ½ points in front of the Lakers. The Jazz are 7-12 at home and 7-14 on the road this season. Lakers vs Jazz average ticket prices are down -37.27% from their Jan 03, 2014 game at the Staples Center which saw an average of $110.00 per ticket.
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Clippers @ Lakers Staples Center April 5th
Get In’s $60.00 | Average Price $150.00
The last Clippers @ Lakers game of the season and with only 7 games left in the 2015 regular season the LakerNation would love nothing more than an upset against the Clippers to end the season. The struggling Los Angeles Clippers are currently sitting in 6th place in the Western Conference and only 3 points away from second place Portland Trail Blazers so this game against the Lakers at the end of the season could have a lot on the line for the Clips. Although ticket prices are down -50% from their $300.00 average price in the 2013/14 season they are actually up 7.14% from their 2014 average. View all Clippers vs Lakers Tickets for the Staples Center.

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Clippers February Schedule

Top Clippers Tickets Steals Of The Week (1/16)

The Los Angeles Clippers are currently sitting in 6th place in the Western Conference Pacific Division with a 26-13 record and 6.5 games behind the Golden State Warriors. LA is 15-6 against Western Conference Teams and 5-2 against fellow Division teams.

Clippers Average Attendance
The Clippers rank 9th in NBA attendance averaging 19,139 at the Staples Center per game in their first 41 games which is down -0.38 from their 2014 attendance report and are averaging 17,629 on the road a 2.38 rise from 2014 road games attendance.

Clippers Tickets Average Prices
Currently the LA Clippers ticket price average is $80.00 per ticket at the Staples Center which is down 11% from their 2013-14 average ticket prices during the regular season.

Here are upcoming Clippers Tickets Steals and Deals

Boston Celtics @ Clippers Staples Center Jan 19th
Get In $19.00 | Average Price $70.00 (Down -36%)
Doc Rivers faces his old team the Boston Celtics as they come to the Staples Center for their only game against the Clippers in Los Angeles. Boston is currently 13-24 and 3-7 in their last 10 games. The Celtics are averaging 102.3 points for and 103.0 points against and are 3-16 against teams that are over 500. Clippers vs Celtics tickets averaged $110.00 per ticket since last meeting at Staples Center in 2012.

Brooklyn Nets @ Clippers Staples Center Jan 22nd
Get In $12.00 | Average Price $77.00 (Down -29%)
The Brooklyn Nets currently are sitting in the 8th seed in the Eastern Conference and will make their only appearance against the Clippers at the Staples Center on Jan 22nd. The Nets are 16-23 and 3-7 in their last 10 games. Kevin Garnet with his 7.3 avg rebounds a game against the Clippers DeAndre Jordan and his 13.6 per game will be a fun one to watch. Clippers vs Nets tickets are down 29% from their high of $100.00 per ticket average.

Denver Nuggets @ Clippers Staples Center Jan 26th
Get In $10.00 | Average Price $74.00 (Down -9.75%)
The Denver Nuggets are currently 16-22 and are 6-4 in their last 10 games and 500% against fellow Western Conference teams at 11-11. Denver Nuggets Ty Lawson is starting to pick up his a game and is averaging 17.6 points a game going against Clippers CP3 and his 18.1 average. Clippers vs Nuggets tickets are down -9.75% from their previous meetings in 2014.

Trail Blazers @ Clippers Staples Center March 4th
Get In $12.00 | Average Price $73.00 (Down 17.08%)
The Clippers have won both meetings so far against the Portland Trail Blazers who are currently sitting in second place in the Western Conference at 30-9 just 2.5 games behind the Golden State Warriors. The Trail Blazers are 18-4 at the Moda Center and 12-5 on the road versus the Clippers 17-6 record at the Staples Center. Against fellow Western Conference Teams the Clippers are 15-6 while the Blazers are -13-7. Trail Blazers vs Clippers tickets are down 17.08% from their high of $86.00 per ticket average on the secondary market.

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Cavaliers & Lakers Highlight Clippers Top Tickets In January

For the first two weeks of January, the Clippers are playing at home. They won’t have to leave Los Angeles starting from Christmas, when they host the Warriors, and play 9 games at home from there on. That will be a great chance for the team to pile up some wins, and rise up in the rankings. They have small chance to win the division and catch the Warriors, but this was supposed to be the year they are legitimate title contender. The Clippers showed flashes of their potential during a long winning streak in late November – early December, but then lost few games. One thing is certain, their pick and roll offense with CP3 and Blake Griffin is deadly, but the problem are role players, and their lack of true small forward.

Clippers vs Sixers, January 3, Starting price $16, Average price $49

The chance to rack up wins starts with the first game of 2015, when the Clippers host the lowly Sixers. There is no worse team than Philadelphia for the past two seasons. However, the Sixers have scared few teams here and there, and even pushed Memphis to OT once. Michael Carter Williams is playing better and better, and his duel with CP3 is bound to bring entertainment.

Clippers vs Hawks, January 5, Starting price $12, Average price $63

Both teams are playing good, unselfish basketball at the moment. There are few direct matchups worth watching, such as Teague vs Paul, Griffin vs Millsap, and even how will Deandre Jordan handle Al Horford. With both teams pushing the tempo, this one might turn into a highlight reel.

Clippers vs Lakers, January 7, Starting price $60, Average price $163

The Clippers won the first matchup, but it was a close game. Every time the teams meet, history and fate haunts them. CP3 could have been a Lakers player if it wasn’t for Donald Sterling. Now, he has transformed the Clippers into a championship contender, while the Lakers are headed for the lottery. There was a time the Lakers were the talk of the city, but things have changed.

Clippers vs Mavericks, January 10, Starting price $26, Average price $72

The West is so crowded, that games like this might decide whether a team ranks in the top 4 or not. While there is a notion that positioning is not much important in the West, since teams 1-8 are legitimate contenders, having home court advantage helps. Both the Mavs and the Clippers are bound for the playoffs, but their positioning is unknown. .

Clippers vs Heat, January 11, Starting price $30, Average price $147

The last game of the home streak for the Clippers is a second night of a back to back set and the visitors are the Miami Heat. No longer a championship contender, the Heat are a dangerous team nevertheless. Griffin has increased his midrange game, and expanded his range, just like Chris Bosh did few years ago. Now, two players that were bangers in the post shoot mid-range jumpers and 3s. But Griffin still dunks, and Bosh might find himself on the opposite side of a poster.

Clippers vs Cavaliers, January 16, Starting price $118, Average price $133

Kyrie Irving is becoming one of the best point guards in the league, a scary thought for teams other than the Cavs. With LeBron there to guide him, Irving can take his game to a level that few can imagine, maybe even greater than CP3. For the time being, Chris Paul is the best point guard in the league. But the Clippers might have problems in this game, given their lack of small forward. James might have a layup fest if there is no one to check him. Matt Barnes sure is not that player anymore.

Clippers vs Celtics, January 19, Starting price $20, Average price $70

In terms of controlling the tempo, passing and defense, Rajon Rondo and CP3 are very close. They are true floor generals, and point guards in the rightful sense. Which one will manage to prevail and assert his dominance is left to be seen. But Rondo is known to get extra motivation when going against players such as Paul.

Clippers vs Nets, January 22, Starting price $17, Average price $103

Whether this will be a Deron Williams vs CP3 duel is left to be seen. The Nets have placed their entire roster on the trading block. The team is in a mess, and the Clippers would be wise to take full advantage of the situation.

Clippers vs Nuggets, January 26, Starting price $14, Average price $55
The Nuggets are the Doctor Jekyll and Mr Hyde of the season. They go on a winning streak, then on a losing streak in a matter of days. They play inspiring basketball, then the next few games, they look like they are waiting for the summer. Depending on which team shows up, this might be extremely entertaining duel between CP3 and Lawson, and Faried and Griffin. Or, the Clippers might roll over the Nuggets.

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Who are the Most Overrated NBA Players 2014-2015 season

The NBA is full of big names; however, sometimes players can become well known without actually being that good. These overrated players tend to make a lot of money even though no one can really explain why. Here’s a list of the most overrated players in the NBA for this coming season:

Deron Williams: Williams averaged only 14.3 points per game and 6.1 assists per game this season with the Brooklyn Nets. These numbers would be great for a point guard coming off the bench, but Williams is a starter and making almost $20 million a season. The Nets would be better off trading him, but Williams’s huge contract and sad performance makes him very unattractive to potential teams.

Chandler Parsons: For a small forward making about $14 million a season, 16.6 points, 5.5 rebounds, and 4 assists per game just does not cut it. Parsons simply does not produce well enough to earn the money he is making. There is a reason the Houston Rockets got rid of him this season despite having the cap room to be able to keep him.

Josh Smith: Smith has been in the NBA for 10 seasons, yet his style of play has not improved at all. Smith shoots less than 30 percent from beyond the arc and less than 55 percent from the free throw line. That’s right—Smith makes over $13 million a season and he can barely hit a free throw.

Dwight Howard: Howard puts up great numbers pretty consistently with the Houston Rockets, but what he lacks is leadership. Howard does not seem to have the passion and drive to lead a team to a championship. The Rockets have a good team, but they lack the veteran leadership that Howard is expected to provide. Until he gets an attitude adjustment, Howard will never be a legend.

Tony Allen: Allen may be one of the best defenders in the NBA, but he simply cannot play offense. He is a big reason for the Memphis Grizzles offensive struggles this past season. Allen averaged only 9 points per game this past season while making less than 25 percent of his three point shots and only 62.8 percent of his free throws.

O.J. Mayo: Mayo brought nothing but confrontations with the head coach and sub-par effort to the Milwaukee Bucks this season. Mayo averaged under 12 points a game and clearly was unhappy with his new team. Hopefully a new coach and the addition of Jabari Parker will encourage Mayo to try a little harder this season.

Carmelo Anthony: Anthony is without a doubt a very exciting player to watch, and the fans in New York will surely continue to fill the stands to see him play. However, Anthony is about to make $22 million this coming season; and he has a hard time leading his team to the playoffs. Anthony puts up large numbers, but until he steps up as a leader on the Knicks the team will continue to lose.

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Who Are Most Underrated NBA Players entering the 2014-15 Season

Every basketball fan knows who LeBron James and Kobe Bryant are, but many less dedicated fans probably would not recognize a smaller name player such as Marquis Teague. Many of these players hold their teams together; however, go unnoticed to the common basketball fan. Here’s a list of the most underrated, unappreciated players in the NBA for this coming season:

Mirza Teletovic: At Brooklyn Nets games, Teletovic lighting up the court with his spot on shooting is a common sight; however, unless you are a big Nets fan you have probably never heard of him. Teletovic is a matchup problem for defenders because he can knock down shots from basically anywhere on the court—especially from behind the ark.

Anderson Varajeo: Varajeo is a fan favorite in Cleveland—he is an exciting player to watch, a terrific offensive and defensive rebounder, and a top-notch rim protector. He is an all-around team player and one of LeBron’s favorite teammates, and in James’s absense he has provided the veteran leadership the Cavaliers needed. He is a big reason that Cleveland improved every year after James left.

Luis Scola: Scola has played for three teams and seems to fly under the radar on each one. Scola has plays a good amount coming off the bench, and is very efficient with the time he gets on the court. His overall numbers have dropped slightly with the Indiana Pacers since he does not get as much playing time as he used to, but he is still a terrific inside shooter and team player.

Larry Sanders: Sanders is arguably the best shot blocker in the NBA, and his injury problems this past season were a big part of Milwaukee’s horrible record. With Sanders healthy and Jabari Parker joining the squad, the Bucks should see some decent improvements this season.

Omer Asik: The New Orleans Pelicans acquired the big man from the Houston Rockets this offseason, and he should prove to be a great addition to the team. Asik has always struggled on the offensive side of the ball, but he has improved significantly as his career has progressed, and he has always been a great defender in the NBA. Now that he will be playing alongside Anthony Davis his talent may start to be recognized.

Nick Collison: Anyone that watches the Oklahoma City Thunder regularly could tell you that Collison is one of the hardest workers in the NBA. Although he does not score much, Collison hustles on every play and is one of the better defenders in the league. The Thunder can always count on him for an energy boost late in the game.

Chris Bosh: Bosh may have been part of Miami’s “Big 3”; however, he was always the least respected of the three guys. With LeBron leaving the Miami Heat, Bosh will be the go to guy in Miami this season; so he will be putting up the kind of numbers he used to with the Toronto Raptors and hopefully earn the respect he deserves as a super star in the NBA.

BY: Chris M.

Deron Williams is returning to the Nets

Deron Williams Brooklyn Nets

Deron Williams Brooklyn Nets

Deron Williams was the leading free agent this offseason, and now that he has decided to return to the Brooklyn Nets, other teams will have to re-evaluate their alternatives.

Deron Williams is returning to the Nets. He announced on Twitter that he has agreed to a five-year, $100 million contract with the Brooklyn Nets. Williams, the top free agent available, decide to stay with the Nets over signing with the Mavericks, who hoped they could convince him to come back to the area where he grew up. It’s a enormous triumph for the Nets as they get ready to move into the new Barclays Center to start the 2012-13 season.

They have been extremely productive since the start of free agency on July 1. They traded for Joe Johnson and are rumored to be in talks with the Orlando Magic to bring Dwight Howard to Brooklyn.

Deron’ choice comes a day after the Nets agreed to a deal with Atlanta for All-Star guard Joe Johnson, and among reports they are still hoping to make a deal with Orlando for Dwight Howard. Brooklyn also has a deal in place to re-sign versatile free agent forward Gerald Wallace.

Williams will be the centerpiece of a decent nucleus in Brooklyn. Joe Johnson will be his backcourt mate, and Gerald Wallace will start off at small forward.
Williams averaged 21 points and 8.7 assists last season and had a 57-point game. One of the league’s major point guards since entering the NBA as the No. 3 pick of the Jazz in 2005, he was ahead of his rivals when last season started after playing in Turkey through the lockout.

The Nets now have three former All-Stars in the lineup – Deron, Joe and Gerald Wallace – and are prepared match any offer for restricted free agent Lopez. The wild card is Howard.
Just 2 years after a 70-loss season, the Nets will have one of the NBA’s greatest backcourts and are poised to make a quick move up the Eastern Conference standings. Williams will cause the rest of the dominoes to fall as he was the top guard and overall player in this summer’s free agency class.

Williams didn’t always seem to appreciate playing in New Jersey, with the Nets spending the past two seasons in a temporary home in Newark. But he should really play in front of packed crowds in Brooklyn as the most important attraction at the Barclays Center.