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The Milwaukee Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo is dropping 18.4 points per game. Bucks Center-Forward Greg Monroe is pulling down 9.6 boards a game. Monroe is also averaging 16.6 buckets a game.

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Utah Jazz Forward-Center Derrick Favors is bringing is 16 points per game average to the Staples Center while Center Rudy Gobert is averaging 11 rebounds a game compared to his 9.5 per game last season.

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Sacramento Kings DeMarcus Cousins is averaging 27.5 points a game which is just above his 24.1 points per game average last season. Cousins is also leading the Sacramento Kings pulling down 11.1 rebounds a game.

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Minnesota Timberwolves Guard-Forward Andrew Wiggins is scoring an average of 21.5 points per game. Big man Karl-Anthony Towns the Timberwolves Center is has a 10.7 average of rebounds per game. Guard Ricky Rubio is averaging 8.6 assists per game as well as 2.1 steals. This could also be the last season for Forward Kevin Garnett.

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Seven Must See Clippers Games

Seven Must See Clippers Games

Seven Must See Clippers Games

Clippers Tickets discount codeThe Los Angeles Clippers will play 41 games at the Staples Center the following season. And in those 41 games, there will be lots of excitement, drama, tough play, highlights and much more. Now, it would be best if you can attend all 41 home games. However, if you absolutely must choose, we present you seven Clippers games that are absolute must-attend.

Los Angeles Clippers vs. Detroit Pistons, November 14
Price Range $35.00 – $935.00
Many will ask why an Eastern conference team with low chances to end up in the playoffs qualifies as a must-attend game. Well, the Pistons feature one of the best young centers in the league in Andre Drummond, and seeing him going against DeAndre Jordan is an absolute joy to watch. The Pistons will also be a team that will try to push the pace and run the floor, surrounding Drummond with shooters from almost every angle. If that is not enough, you also have the young, up and coming Reggie Jackson, point guard that finally has his own team. Can he rise up to the challenge of going against CP3? View all Clippers vs Pistons Tickets.

Los Angeles Clippers vs. Golden State Warriors, November 19
Price Range $93.00 – $557.00
This will be the second game that the actual champs and Clippers meet. The first time will be on November 4 at Oracle Arena. And you can bet that there will be some drama between the two teams, especially after the saga regarding Los Angeles Clippers Coach Doc Rivers comments whether the Warriors were lucky or not to win the title. Last year, the Warriors beat the Clippers 3 out of 4 games, and this year, the Clippers will look to improve that record. And when it comes to drama and provocations, the Clippers now have Paul Pierce in the lineup. The Clippers will also be looking for revenge as they lost their first meeting against the Warriors at the Oracle Arena 108-112 on Wed November 4th. View Clippers vs Warriors Tickets.

Los Angeles Clippers vs. Oklahoma City Thunder, December 21
Price Range $95.00 – $1,760.00
With Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook healthy, the Thunder will again be one of the teams aiming for top spot in the West. The Clippers have the same goal, and this will be the first game between two heavyweight teams in the West. Who will emerge victorious? The Clippers or the Thunder? The Clippers now have more players that they can throw at Kevin Durant, including Lance “ear-blowing” Stephenson. View all Clippers vs Thunder Tickets.

Los Angeles Clippers vs. Los Angeles Lakers, January 29
Price Range $100.00 – $2,310.00
The Clippers and the Lakers will play on Christmas, but the Lakers are the “home” team in that game. The January game will be the first time that the Clippers will qualify as the host. The city rivalry between the Lakers and the Clippers might finally be evenly matched this year, with the Lakers also boasting a good team. In past years, either the Clippers or the Lakers were the dominant team. This year, however, the Lakers might end up in the playoffs. And if that isn’t enough, watching Kobe Bryant in what might be his last season in the league is an added bonus. View all Clippers vs Lakers Tickets.

Los Angeles Clippers vs. Chicago Bulls, January 31
Price Range $78.00 – $1,760.00
The Bulls are among the contenders in the Eastern Conference, and this year, they will try to push the pace a little more. With a new coach who is more offensively minded, the Bulls might present a different challenge. They have a plethora of great players that they can throw at the Clippers. Not that the Clippers are slouch. The duel between these two is as evenly matched as possible, which only amplifies the potential for a dramatic game. View Clippers vs Bulls Tickets.

Los Angeles Clippers vs. Golden State Warriors, February 20

The second game the Clippers will host against the Warriors is the third game between the division rivals. With the season in its second half, we will have better sense of where the teams are positioned. This will be the second game the Clippers play after the All-Star break, having previously welcomed the San Antonio Spurs. View Clippers vs Spurs tickets.

Los Angeles Clippers vs. Cleveland Cavaliers, March 13
Price Range $124.00 – $2,88.00
Lebron James makes his lone visit to Los Angeles, and he will be welcomed by some of his old rivals in Paul Pierce and Lance Stephenson. The Cavs are arguably the best team in the East, and if you want to become a champion, you need to beat the best. There are countless of duels and matchups worth watching, including the point guard duel between CP3 and Irving, the PF duel between Love and Griffin, or the duel at the center position between Mozgov and Jordan. Fasten your seatbelts and enjoy! View Clippers vs Cavaliers tickets.

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Kobe Bryant & D’Angelo Russell Have Skyrocketed Lakers Tickets

The Return of Kobe Bryant and Rookie D’Angelo Russell Have Skyrocketed Lakers Tickets

In recent years, the downfall of the Lakers has helped the Los Angeles Clippers become the team of LA. However, according to Laker ticket prices, the Lakers still hold more value in the City of Angels. The team has announced the prices of the tickets for the 2015-2016 season, and the prices have risen for 6.2% compared to the average price of last season.

But the higher price should be expected; given that next season could potentially be Kobe Bryant’s last season. Hampered by injuries the last two seasons, Kobe says he is finally healthy and ready to withstand the wear and tear of a full season. The star shooting guard will have minute restriction during the season, but even 25-30 minutes of action from Kobe is more than enough to entice Lakers fans and Hollywood A-listers to attend the games.

The numbers speak for themselves; the tickets for the 41 home games for the Lakers at the Staples Center are more expensive than last year. The average secondary market price is set at $246.95 at the moment, and the price might go even higher as the year progresses. Teams are not immune to increasing prices during the season, and that especially might apply if the Lakers win more games than they lose and suddenly compete for a playoff spot. Last year, the average price of the secondary market tickets was set at $232.55.

Many people believe that no matter that the Lakers play in a highly competitive Pacific division that is slowly becoming a rival to the Northwest for the toughest western division, other factors contribute to the increase in price. The first and most important factor is the return of Kobe Bryant, who should be back in uniform after suffering a season ending shoulder injury in January last season. Back then, Kobe Bryant said that his plan is to be ready for September and training camp. Aside from the return of Kobe Bryant, the Lakers will also welcome rookie D’Angelo Russell, for whom the city has high expectations. Add in the return of another lottery pick in Julius Randle, as well as additions like Roy Hibbert, Brandon Bass and Lou Williams, and the city has high expectations for next season.

As expected, the most expensive game the Lakers will play at the Staples Center is against the Cleveland Cavaliers. The rivalry between Kobe Bryant and Lebron James is one of the most anticipated in the past 10 years, and fans were always expecting that the two will meet in the Finals. Sadly, that hasn’t happen, but their duels are always primetime. The two teams will play at the Staples Center on March 10 and the tickets are currently priced at $397.23 for a secondary market average. The price is 60% higher than the season average for Lakers tickets. The cheapest Laker tickets for the March 10 game is priced at $86.

The second most expensive game is the Christmas matchup with the Clippers, the intra-city rival. The price for the Lakers Games in December Christmas matchup that has the Lakers as the official host of the Clippers is $383.68. On April 6, the two teams will again meet, and the Lakers will again be the host. That is the third most expensive home game for the Lakers with a price tag of $336.05 for the secondary market average.

Few games will have a price below $200 for the next season, and the cheapest game the Lakers will play against the Denver Nuggets. The two teams will meet on November 3, with the average price of tickets standing at $173.05. The cheapest ticket for the game costs just $23. Some other below $200 games include the duel against the Indiana Pacers (November 29, $192 average price), against the Portland Trail Blazers (November 22, $194 average price) and against the Charlotte Hornets (January 31, $198 average price).

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Should Kobe Bryant Retire Soon?

Should Kobe Bryant Retire Soon? Charles Barkley Thinks So!

Kobe Bryant has been a controversial figure throughout his basketball career, but regardless of how you feel about his personal decisions, there is no question that he is a superstar on the court. Many would argue that whenever Kobe Bryant retires he will be one of the top 10 basketball players to ever play the game.

However, no matter how great he is, he simply can not play forever. There is already speculation about how much longer Kobe can continue to play in the NBA.

Recently, basketball legend Charles Barkley voiced his personal opinion about how much longer Kobe should play basketball, and in a statement that is sure to anger fans of the Los Angeles Lakers and Kobe Bryant, he expressed his desire to see Kobe Bryant retire at the end of this season.

It was not a mean-spirited comment, but based more on his own experience playing in the NBA as he was getting older, he felt like he played longer than he should have. According to the CBSsports article, “Barkley Hopes Kobe Bryant Retires This Year, For Kobe’s Sake” by Matt Moore, Barkley had this to say,

“This should be like a farewell tour, play 20, 25 minutes a night. The Lakers aren’t going to make the playoffs. Could he play some more? Yeah, of course. His best days are behind him. I hear these fools on TV, talking about, ‘Kobe’s going to get healthy.’ Old people don’t get healthy; they die. Old people don’t get healthy. Father Time is undefeated.”

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NBA Christmas Day Schedule

NBA Christmas Day Schedule – Five Reasons to Tune in

The National Basketball Association released the NBA official schedule for the 2015-2016 season, and as always, NBA Christmas Day schedule and games are cream of the crop. Many people believe that the official season in the NBA starts after Christmas day, when teams get their feet wet and contenders emerge, while pretenders fall back in the standings. Here are five reasons to tune in on Christmas Day and spend the day and the night watching basketball.

NBA Christmas Day Schedule


Miami Heat vs. New Orleans Pelicans 12:00PM ET

The NBA Christmas Day Schedule kicks off with the Heat hosting the Pelicans and the young rising star, Anthony Davis. This will be the first time fans get to see Davis play on a Christmas day, and the young star will surely not disappoint. The Heat are regulars on Christmas day for the past several years, and they always put on a show. This year’s Christmas day games will be competitive, with almost every team making the playoffs the year before and watching Davis probably destroying the Heat is a nice appetizer.

Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Chicago Bulls 2:30PM ET

Since the World Cup in 2010, Chicago’s Derrick Rose and Kevin Durant from the Thunder have been marketed as the next generation stars in the NBA. And While Durant has established himself as one of the top 5 players in the league, Rose won an MVP award following the World Cup, but has been injured ever since. The Thunder and the Bulls were and still are up and coming teams, and they have had several Christmas day matchups in the past few years. The two teams play either on opening night, or on Christmas. And since they meet just twice during the regular season, watching them on Christmas makes it that much more special.

Golden State Warriors vs. Cleveland Cavaliers 5:00PM ET

The Cavs at Warriors matchup is the highlight of the NBA Christmas day schedule. This will be the first time the two teams meet after the Finals, and this time, the Cavs might be healthy. With Love, James, Irving, Curry, Thompson, Green and Iguodala, there are more than enough stars on the floor to entice your attention. Toss in Lebron’s motivation for revenge, and this might turn into a playoff atmosphere game, if not Finals atmosphere. By Christmas, we might even know the roster for Team USA, and both Curry and Irving compete for a spot. If one of them doesn’t make the cut, he will definitely have a reason more to go at the other.

Houston Rockets vs. San Antonio Spurs 8:00PM ET

The battle for supremacy between Texas teams is one of the most interesting and intriguing in the league. The Christmas Day schedule will take us to Houston, where the Rockets will welcome the new, refreshed Spurs team that is hoping to get back to the Finals. The Rockets have the same goal in mind, with this being a crucial year for them as Dwight Howard is nearing free agency. The Rockets have their own Big Three in Howard, Harden and Ty Lawson. And if Lawson manages to keep his head in the game, the race to the division title in the Southwest division might be one for the ages.

Los Angeles Lakers vs Los Angeles Clippers Tickets 10:30PM ET

It is the swan song for Kobe Bryant, one of the best players in the past 20 years. Bryant left a significant stamp on the league, and this might be the last time fans get to see him on Christmas. Kobe has hinted this might be his last season in the league, and it will all depend on his health at the end of the season. But coming back from serious injuries the past two seasons, one has to wonder how long till Kobe says enough is enough. The Lakers Clippers game is the last game on the 2015 NBA Christmas Day Schedule.

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Lakers Kobe Bryant Pros and Cons at Small Forward

Lakers Kobe Bryant Pros and Cons at Small Forward

Coach Byron Scott said that he envisions Kobe Bryant spending more time at the SF position than playing his natural SG position the following season. While that might be beneficial for both the Lakers and Kobe Bryant, the move caries some risks, but also rewards. Here some of the Pros and Cons of the Los Angeles Lakers playing Bryant at the 3.

Pros of playing Lakers Kobe Bryant at SF

Playing Bryant at SF allows the Lakers to have multiple ball handlers in their lineup. Additionally, they will have a quality player on each position in the starting lineup. If Bryant starts at the 2, the Lakers are left with Ryan Kelly or Nick Young starting at 3. Playing Bryant at SF will also allow the Lakers to start both D’Angelo Russell and Jordan Clarkson. Both can create and initiate offense, and Bryant will be relieved from those duties, something he had to do in the past two seasons.

Playing Bryant at the SF position also allows Bryant to preserve energy on the defensive end, where he won’t have to chase shooting guards through countless of screens. Playing SF also puts Bryant closer to the post, where he is most effective, playing at the elbows and using his footwork and post-game to punish opponents.
The Lakers have tried playing Bryant at the SF previously, in the 2000-2001 season, and in 2012-2013. In both cases, the Lakers had an abundance of players playing at guard positions.

Cons of playing Lakers Kobe Bryant at SF

If Bryant is moved to the small forward position, he becomes the de facto best wing defender the Lakers have. In previous seasons, the Lakers have used a small forward as a designated wing defender to preserve Bryant’s energy for the offensive end. That was the case with Ron Artest (Metta World Peace) and Trevor Ariza. If Bryant plays at the 3, he will have to defend Cleveland Cavaliers Lebron James, OKC Thunder Kevin Durant, New York Knicks Carmelo Anthony, Kawhy Leonard and others. In reality, some of them will spend time at the 4 in small ball lineups, and there are not as many quality small forwards nowadays.

Another downside of playing Lakers Kobe Bryant at SF is that it reduces the Lakers depth. While they will get to have their five best players on the floor at the beginning of the game, they have only Lou Williams and Nick Young to serve as backups to positions 1-3. Not that the Lakers have some better options at the SF position.

Another downside of playing LA Lakers Kobe Bryant at the Small Forward position is that it carries risks for his health. Bryant is not exactly the model for health in recent years, and banging inside with bigger and stronger opponents does carry certain risks.

If the Lakers elect to play Bryant at the 3 more, and give reins of the offense to the young back court, they risk the turnover-prone offense territory. Clarkson and Russell are great young players, but they do not have the experience to run an offense. Russell averaged almost 6 turnovers per game during Summer League, but that is to be expected.

But most importantly, the change could and probably will put Lakers Kobe Bryant in a secondary position. Kobe has served as the de facto unquestioned face of the franchise for so many years, and allowing Clarkson and Russell to run the show might not fare well with his ego.

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Lakers Draft 2015

Lakers Draft 2015 What does it mean for the future of the franchise?

Lakers Draft 2015

And there goes all the mock drafts and pre-analysis of the lakers draft 2015. While everyone expected the Lakers to select Jahlil Okafor as the Lakers draft 2015 No.2 pick in this year’s draft, Los Angeles went a different route and selected point guard D’Angelo Russel. Considering they already have point guard Jordan Clarkson who looked superb in the final month of the year, what does the pick means for the future of the franchise? Let’s take a look at some of the questions that are popping out from the Lakers draft 2015.

Is Russell that good?

Considering the Lakers used the highest pick they have had since 1982 on him, he must be darn special. The last time the Lakers drafted a point guard this high (1979), he went on to win 5 titles for the franchise. Russell won the Jerry West Award, and averaged more points than any other freshman in the NCAA. Some of Russell’s strengths are: excellent passer, makes free throws, has the size advantage for point guard, great rebounder, decent 3-pt shooter and is a ball-hawking defender. To put it simply, Russell is an excellent choice for a modern type point guard. He can pass, make free throws and shoot the 3. He can also play shooting guard next to another point guard, which would allow teams to place two ball handlers on the floor. His game is very similar to the one of Brandon Roy. Last season he averaged 19.3 points, 5 assists and 5.7 rebounds, shooting 45% from the floor and 41% from behind the arc. The Lakers, according to coach Byron Scott were mostly impressed by his leadership ability and his ability to make others around him better.

What does this mean for Jordan Clarkson?

It is hard to envision the Lakers playing Russell and Clarkson together, even though Russell can handle playing shooting guard. However, the SG spot is reserved for Kobe Bryant. Kobe and D’Angelo can be a great back court combo, as both can handle ball handling duties and shoot the ball. The more likely scenario is that Clarkson might get traded so the Lakers can plug other holes in their rotation.

Lakers confident they can get a big man via trade/free agency

Drafting a point guard when a big man like Jahlil Okafor is available shows that the Lakers are pretty confident they can get a big man via other channels. The Lakers were already players in the DeMarcus Cousins sweepstakes, and after the draft, the rumors will heat up. The Kings selected Willie Cauley-Stein with their 6th pick, a center from Kentucky. Their pick might suggest they are ready to part ways with Cousins. The Lakers will also try to pry Marc Gasol from Memphis although reports say he has no desire to play in Los Anglese. There will be other options for center, as the Lakers might decide and sign some of the second tier centers such as Tyson Chandler.

The other Lakers draft 2015 pick

With the 34th pick, the Lakers selected Anthony Brown, a small forward from Stanford. Brown will bring more shooting to the Lakers, as he shot 44% from 3-pt range in college. He can also get to the rim, is a willing passer and a great re-bounder for his position. He is 23 years old, and he might be one of the more NBA ready players in the draft. He is a 5 year senior, and will immediately fill in a void for the Lakers. The only downside is that he needs to add some bulk to be able to play small forward or power forward in small lineups. And he should work on his consistency. There is not much upside here, as he is already 23 years old, but he can be a solid role player for years to come.

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Lakers March Schedule

Lakers March Schedule Top 5 Games

The Lakers March Schedule 2015 will have seven games at Staples Center. LA will be on the road for nine games during the Lakers March Schedule of away games.

With the surgery of Kobe Bryant, it became official Lakers have lost the season. Now, the only thing left to do is to try and secure a top 5 draft pick. In another case, the pick goes to the Phoenix Suns, and the Lakers will lose a valuable asset in their rebuilding project. In March, they will play few games with direct rivals for a higher pick. The trick is that the Lakers must lose those games in order to stay in the play for the pick. At the moment, the Lakers have the 4th worst record in the league which guarantees them a top 5 pick. But they can get “lower” and grab a higher pick.

Knicks @ Lakers, Staples Center, March 12, Starting price $22, Average price $126
After rejecting the Lakers during the offseason, this will be the first time Carmelo will come to LA. The duels between the Knicks and the Lakers were once an epic matchup, but the two of the largest NBA cities have fallen down. And with the Knicks in town, there will be millions of side stories about Phil Jackson, Melo, Derek Fisher and much more.

Lakers @ Warriors Oracle Arena March 16th
Starting price $84 | Average price $151
The score between the teams is 2-1. But the fun part is, the Lakers are probably the only team in the league that have scored 100+ points versus the No.1 defense in the league in every game they’ve played. Los Angeles has no problem scoring versus Golden State, but the problem is how to defend them. At least the fans can enjoy a high scoring game. View Tickets.

Jazz @ Lakers Staples Center March 19th.
Starting price $17 | Average price $59
This will be the last duel of the two teams. There was a time when LA had better record than the Jazz. But they started losing, and the Jazz won few games. Now, the tables are turned. Neither team has a chance to make the playoffs, which means the duels will decide ranking in the draft. The Jazz won the first duel between the two teams in Utah.

Sixers @ Lakers Staples Center, March 22th.
Starting price $19 | Average price $71
The Lakers and Sixers have yet to play this season. But in March, they will play twice, once in Los Angeles and once in Philadelphia. The difference between the teams in the standings is two games, so these duels might decide who gets a higher pick.

Lakers @ Timberwolves Target Center March 25th.
Starting price $10 | Average price $60
With the return of Ricky Rubio to the lineup, and the growth of Andrew Wiggins, the Timberwolves have started to win games here and there. And with Lakers losing like they do, they might overcome the Timberwolves as the worst team in the Western Conference. That won’t be a bad thing, considering the lower the seeding, the higher the draft pick.


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Utah Jazz February Schedule

Jazz February Schedule of NBA Games 2015

The Utah Jazz February schedule of games is very tough. Almost 80% of their games are versus playoff teams. Most notably western powers such as the San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks, Houston Rockets and Memphis Grizzlies. However, on the other hand, the experience playing versus them is precious, and the Jazz need experience and high draft pick. The team from Utah already has a plethora of young players, but another top 5 or top 7 pick won’t hurt. They also play the Lakers, a team they directly fight for a higher pick.

The Jazz February Schedule last season saw 12 games played. The Jazz ended February 2014 with a 5-7 record. The Jazz were just 6-6 in their February schedule back in 2013. Ticket prices for the Utah Jazz also tend to dip in February. The 2014 Utah Jazz February schedule saw a -62% drop in ticket prices on the secondary market. With the Jazz currently 14-28 and almost out of the playoffs statistically there is no reason the same trend won’t happen in 2015.

5 top games in the Utah Jazz February schedule.

Jazz @ Trail Blazers, Moda Center, February 3,
Starting price $17, Average price $51
The Jazz start the month of February versus one of the top 3 teams in the West. To put it kindly, the start couldn’t be harder than this. The teams have never played so far this season, and this will one of the two duels in February. The second is on 20th February, in Utah.

Jazz Seating ChartKings @ Jazz, EnergySolutions Arena, February 7,
Starting price $10, Average price $22
The Kings started the season strong, but they fall down to earth once Demarcus Cousins suffered the nasty meningitis. From there on, they fired their coach, and the team is now in no man’s land. They are away from a playoff spot, and they need to lose a series of games for a higher draft pick. They are doing the later excellent in the past few weeks, having lost 7 of their past 10 games. Even worse for Utah, they are “catching” the Jazz for a high draft pick.

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Spurs @ Jazz, EnergySolutions Arena, February 23,
Starting price $11, Average price $42
Fun fact, the Jazz won the first duel between the teams, and the game was also played in Utah. In San Antonio, the Jazz managed to score only 69 points, and lost. If they win now, they have a chance to win the season series with the Spurs since long time ago. But that won’t be easy at all. But the most important silver lining from the game is the experience playing versus a true team.

Lakers @ Jazz, EnergySolutions Arena, February 25,
Starting price $16, Average price $65
The Jazz won the first matchup, but it might be better for them to lose this one. Nobody wants to lose, and publically tank, but the Jazz are in a position that they cannot go much up in the standings. The duels with the Lakers are meaningful factor in deciding who is ranked lower and who gets a higher pick. This especially applies for the Lakers, who would love to have their pick in the top 5, since they will keep it in that case.

Jazz @ Nuggets, Pepsi Center, February 27,
Starting price $13, Average price $32
The two teams that play in the same conference were playoff rivals around 5-6 years ago. Back then, Carmelo was playing for the Nuggets, and Deron Williams was playing for the Jazz. But things have change, and the two teams are now in the bottom of the Western Standings. However, a division game is always fun to see. The key thing to watch in this game is pace. Utah boasts the third slowest pace in the league, and Denver plays at the fourth fastest pace in the league.

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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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