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Cavaliers February Schedule

Cavaliers February Schedule Ticket Average Up 17.94%

Cleveland Cavaliers February Schedule ticket average breakdown.

It seems like the Cavaliers are finally figuring things out. But don’t say it out loud, you might jinx them. After all, the Cavs already had a run like the one they are experiencing right now. But then they went south. The key to Cavs improvement has been the play of LeBron James. King James is playing at an MVP level after taking some time off. Kyrie Irving is also playing better and better, and he looks more comfortable in the offence. The defence is still an issue, but as long as the Cavs can outscore opponents, they will be right in the regular season. The playoffs are a different story. For now, let’s break down Cavaliers February schedule and their most important games.

The Cavaliers are second in the league in attendance according to ESPN. With 27 games they are at 555,174 with an average of 20,562 per game. This is up 26.98% from their average in 2013. The Chicago Bulls passed them for first place with an average of 21,894 per game with 24 games played.

In December of 2014 the Cavaliers Ticket price average was $240.00 per ticket and starting the New Year with no Lebron, and average play by the Cavs their ticket price average had dropped 18.75% to $195 per ticket. With some sold play and is 10-0 in their last ten games, the fans have started to feel the Cav’s might be a sold playoff team with Lebron back. Cavaliers ticket prices are averaging $230.00 per ticket a 17.94% increase since Jan 6th 2015.

Here is a look at the top Cavaliers February Schedule of games!

Clippers @ Cavaliers Quicken Loans Arena February 5th
Starting price $34 | Average price $75
The first test for the Cavaliers February schedule is the Clippers. The team from LA lost the first matchup between the two in a high scoring game. But Chris Paul will certainly have something to say now, especially after so many experts and critics forget how good he is. Kyrie Irving might be in for schooling. On the other hand, the LA Clippers lack a small forward, which could spell trouble given the fact Cavs have James in the lineup. View Tickets

Heat @ Cavaliers Quicken Loans Arena February 11th
Starting price $62 | Average price $161
This will be the first game Miami plays in Cleveland since LeBron came back to the Cavs. In his first game in Miami, his Cavs lost, so LeBron might be prepared for some cooking and serving. The Miami Heat are not playing particularly good lately, but that was the case for their duel in Miami as well. View Tickets.

Cavaliers @ Bulls United Center February 12th
Starting price $116 | Average price $200
This will be the duel everyone is looking forward to. The Chicago Bulls and the Cavaliers were supposed to be head and shoulders above everyone else in the East. So far that hasn’t been the case. Regardless, their duels are epic. The Chicago players do not like LeBron. After all, his Miami Heat teams crushed the Bulls dreams few times. The Cavaliers already won two duels with the Bulls this season. This could be the most important game for the Cavaliers February schedule.

Cavaliers @ Knicks Madison Square Garden February 22th
Starting price $116 | Average price $245
Carmelo Anthony might not be playing in this game due to an injury. That is if he decides to shut himself down for the season. However, this is all about the Cavaliers and LeBron James and Kyrie Irving. Both players have had some epic games in the Garden, and this will be their chance to shine. The last time the Cavs played at Madison Square Garden, they won 90-87 in a close game. Bonus, J.R. Smith and Shumpert will come back to New York for the first time since signing with the Cavs. View Tickets

Warriors @ Cavaliers Quicken Loans Arena February 26th
Starting price $52 | Average price $96
The Cavaliers will welcome the best team in the West for the first time this season. When the Cavs played in Oakland, the Warriors routed them 112-94. This will be their chance for revenge. There are so many interesting matchups in this duel. Choosing one is hard. Curry versus Irving is the one most people want to see. The Warriors could be the second biggest game in the Cavaliers February Schedule. View Tickets.

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Memphis Grizzlies

Grizzles Average Ticket Price is up 44%

The Memphis Grizzlies were one of the top teams in the NBA, arguably legit championship contender. But even contenders need help. For the Memphis Grizzlies, the improvement and help come in the form of Jeff Green. The Grizzlies are the latest Western Conference playoff team to pull a trade an in a hope to get over the hump. The Grizzlies play in the toughest division in the NBA at the moment, with four legit contenders in Dallas, Memphis, Houston and San Antonio, plus a young playoff team in New Orleans. Winning the division will be hard, but it might help in the playoffs.

Grizzlies On Home Court
The Grizzlies rank 18th in attendance for home games at the FedEx Forum in averaging 17,212 in 2015 which is up 8.07% since their 2012 season. Memphis Grizzlies ticket prices for their games at the FedEx Forum average $72.00 per ticket in 2015 which is a 44% increase from their 2012 average ticket price of $50.00 on the secondary market as well as a 20% increase from their 2013/14 ticket price average of $60.00 per ticket. Currently, Memphis is 15-4 at home this season.

Grizzlies On The Road
On the road, the Grizzlies are averaging 92.5% attendance rate an average of 17,466 which is up 2.33% from their 2012/13 season and the Grizzlies average 1.47% higher attendance on the road then on their home court. The Grizzlies are averaging $46.00 a ticket on their road games which also is an increase of 15% from their 2012 price of $40.00 per ticket on the secondary market. Currently, Memphis is 12-7 on the road.

Here is a look at the Top 5 Games the Grizzlies have coming up in 2015

Grizzlies @ Mavericks, American Airlines Center, January 27,
Starting price $17, Average price $45
The Grizzlies won the first duel, but the Mavericks still managed to score 100+ points. The challenge here for Memphis is to prove they can hold the best offensive team in the league bellow 100 points, and do so on the opposing floor. Hardly an easy task, but the Grizzlies have the skill, talent and focus on doing it. While all eyes might be on the matchups in the post, Rondo versus Conley is an interesting matchup at the point guard position that might change the course of the results. View Mavericks vs Grizzlies Tickets for the American Airlines Arena.

Hawks @ Grizzlies, FedEx Forums, February 8,
Starting price $10, Average price $26
The Atlanta Hawks are arguably the best team in the league, certainly the hottest, winners of 20 in the past 22 games. They are the Spurs of the East and are playing one of the best basketball at the moment. They’ve beaten the Grizzlies during their recent streak, in Atlanta. Winning versus the Hawks is purely for confidence.View Grizzlies vs Hawks Tickets for the FedEx Forum.

Grizzlies @ Rockets, Toyota Center, March 4,
Starting Price $24, Average price $54
The Rockets are one of the few teams in the NBA that have a positive record versus the Grizzlies this year. Even the one time the Grizzlies won, Houston was playing with an injured Dwight Howard. The teams are very close in the rankings, and the tie breaker might decide the ranking between the two, and home court advantage. The Grizzlies are guaranteed to play versus one of their division rivals in the playoffs. View Rockets vs Grizzlies Tickets for the Toyota Center.

Warriors @ Grizzlies, FedEx Forum, March 27,
Starting price $15, Average price $52
A month ago, the Grizzlies and the Warriors were the top 2 teams in the West, and in the league. While the Warriors still sit at the top of the Western Conference, Memphis has slipped a bit and lost more games. Winning versus Golden State is not easy, and Memphis has managed to win one. But that was without Andrew Bogut in the lineup. Also worth noting, Golden State is the best defensive team in the league. For a team that struggles to score like Memphis, this is a challenge. View all Grizzlies vs Warriors Tickets for the Fed Ex Forum.

Grizzlies @ Spurs, AT&T Center, March 29,
Starting price $15, Average price $45
At the moment, Grizzlies hold the tiebreaker, having won two of the three games this season. If they manage to win the last one in San Antonio, they are guaranteed home-court advantage versus the Champions. The two teams share a great playoff history. The Grizzlies knocked the Spurs out of the playoffs few seasons ago and did it as the 8th seed. Two years ago, the Spurs schooled the Grizzlies. View all Spurs Opening day Tickets vs Grizzlies for the AT&T Center.

Miami Heat AA Center

Miami Heat Ticket Prices Down 31% Since Lebron Left

Nobody expected the Heat to contend for a title without LeBron James, but the team is a lot better than the 8th seed in the East. Miami has injury issues with Chris Bosh and other valuable players. But the biggest problem is they have troubles winning at home. Their home record is 7-12 and is something they need to fix as soon as possible if they want to hang on that 8th or 7th spot in the East. Their most critical remaining games are home games, and most of them are winnable.

Miami Heat rank 5th in attendance at the American Airlines Center averaging 19,710 versus their 2013 season average of 19,982 which is only down 1.36%. On the road, the Heat is drawing and an average of 17,638 (92.6%) versus their 2013 season where their average was 19,090 a 7.60% drop. Miami Heat ticket prices for games at the American Airlines Center averaged $140.00 a ticket on the secondary market during the 2013-14 season and have fallen 31% currently to $96.00 per ticket on average.

Here is a look at the Top Five Heat Games Coming Up.

Pacers @ Heat, American Airlines Arena, January 23rd,
Starting price $33, Average price $79 (down -49.35%)
The Pacers beat the Heat twice this season, and are closing the gap for that last playoff spot. The Heat cannot tolerate losing at home from teams lower in the rankings, and if they want to turn the season around, they better start taking care of business at home. They will have few chances in January to do so. View all Heat vs Pacers Tickets for the American Airlines Arena.

Heat @ Pistons, The Palace of Auburn Hills, February 3rd,
Starting price $5, Average price $54 (down -43.15%)
The Pistons are the team that surges towards the playoffs. Since the Josh Smith trade, they have won seven in a row. This puts pressure on the Heat, who must secure their playoff spot by beating Detroit. They can start with the first matchup between the two that will be played in Detroit. View Detroit Piston tickets vs the Miami Heat at The Palace of Auburn Hills.

Knicks @ Heat, American Airlines Arena, February 9th,
Starting price $41, Average price $146 (down -43.19%)
When you are fighting for a playoff spot, there is no place for sympathy. The Heat must take full advantage of the mess that is happening in New York and pile up some wins versus weak teams. A Knicks team without a legitimate threat outside Carmelo Anthony is an easy target, but sometimes, those targets can turn out to be bad surprises. Miami cannot afford that. View Heat vs Knicks tickets for the American Airlines Arena.

Heat @ Cavaliers, Quicken Loans Arena, February 11th,
Starting price $75, Average price $165 (down -24.24%)
From an emotional standpoint, it will be good for the Heat to get this over with. Lebron was in Miami, and the Heat won. Now, Miami will visit Lebron and his new looking Cavaliers team for the first time this season. While they might be friends off the court, it is evident that on the court, everything is different when these two teams meet. View Cavaliers Opening day tickets for the Quicken Loans Arena.

Lakers @ Heat, American Airlines Arena, March 4th,
Starting price $63, Average price $202 (down -37.84%)
The Lakers are another team that the Heat must beat both at home and on the road to stockpile some wins. But the Lakers pose a special treat, given the history of Dwayne Wade and Kobe Bryant and their epic duels. A few years ago, they were considered the best shooting guards in the league, and their head to head duels was beyond words. Aside from Kobe, the Lakers have some other interesting weapons, such as Boozer and Lin. View Heat vs Lakers Tickets for the American Airlines Arena.

Here are a Miami Heat remaining games at the American Airlines Arena

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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, nine rebounds and eight 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 Achilles 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 6:30 pm 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 led by LaMarcus Aldridge averaging 23 points per game and 10.6 rebounds per game.

Heat @ Lakers Tickets
Tues, Jan 13th at 7:30 pm 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 7:30 pm 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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Cavaliers Ticket Prices Drop 18% In 2015

Hardly anyone can figure these Cavaliers. They go on a run, then lose a 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 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 @ Cavaliers, 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.

Lakers @ Cavaliers, 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 @ Cavaliers, 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 is one of the better as well.

Pistons @ Cavaliers, 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 defence 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.

Wizards @ Cavaliers, April 15, Starting price $67, Average price $117
The Cavs close out the season versus one of the current 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 backcourt in the league. With all that in mind, the duel also serves as the booster for playoff confidence.

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Top NBA Tickets and Attendance as of December 2014

A look at the NBA Ticket pricing on the secondary market for each of the teams in a comparison of 2013/14 vs 2014/15. The Detroit Pistons have the most significant drop in the average ticket price of more than 40% since last season while the Cavaliers have the highest rise in percentage at 185.71% since 2013.

Team2014 Avg Price2013 Avg Price%2014 Avg Attendance2013 Avg Attendance
76ers$61$4827%1410416717
Bucks$75$5633%1472015035
Bulls$120$133-9.77%2199621876
Cavaliers$240$84185.71%2056216192
Celtics$75$98-23.46%
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Clippers$85$91-6.59%1909619226
Grizzlies$63$105-40%
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Hawks$85$5360.37%
1560215125
Heat$95$145-34.48%
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Hornets$80$7014.28%
1715415324
Jazz$47$3438.23%
1844018680
Kings$81$4772.34%
1629113749
Knicks$153$187-18.18%
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Lakers$145$187-22.45%
1675917595
Magic$75$4374.41%


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Mavericks$101$109-7.33%
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Nets$93$859.41%
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Nuggets$45$57-21.05%
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Pacers$52$65-20%
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Pelicans$47$53-11.32%
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Pistons$35$59-40.67%
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Raptors$86$6532.30%
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Rockets$102$7536%
1811816672
Spurs$93$7917.72%
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Suns$95$8117.28%
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Thunder$97$115-15.65%
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Timberwolves$62$5024%
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Trail Blazers$77$5442%
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Warriors$140$8172.83%
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Wizards$78$5834.48%
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How do the regular season average NBA ticket prices compare to games on Christmas?

Washington Wizards at New York Knicks | Avg Price:$350.00 | +128.75%
12/25/14 Madison Square Garden 12:00pm ET
The Wizards at Knicks on Christmas day at Madison Square Garden has a jump of 128.75% for the average Knicks ticket price of a regular season game. The Knicks come into the game on a five-game losing streak and have a home record of 3-12 while the Wizards come to the Madison Square Garden the winners of their last four games and have a road record 6-4. The Washington Wizards won their only meeting so far this season against the Knicks 98-83 on November 4th.

Oklahoma City Thunder at San Antonio Spurs | Avg Price:$175.00 | +88.17%
12/25/14 AT&T Center 2:30pm ET
The OKC Thunder come into the AT&T Center with a 13-16 record in the Western Conference looking to stop their two game slide. OKC is just 6-9 on the road but are 7-3 in their last ten games compared to the Spurs who are 9-4 on home court and 5-5 in their last 10 games. The Spurs vs Thunder game has jumped the average Spurs ticket price of $93.00 per ticket 88.17% to $175.00 a ticket.

Cleveland Cavaliers at Miami Heat | Avg Price:$342.00 | +260%
12/25/14 American Airlines Arena 5:00pm ET
The return of King James to the American Airlines Arena has driven the average ticket price up 260% from the $95.00 per ticket average to $342.00 per ticket. Without Lebron James the Miami Heat are still hanging in there as they are currently ranked 7th in the Eastern Conference and have 5-10 home record while the Cleveland Cavaliers are starting to find their groove together and are on a three-game win streak coming into Miami and are 6-5 on the road.
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Los Angeles Lakers at Chicago Bulls | Avg Price:$277 | +130.83%
12/25/14 United Center 8:00pm ET
Although Kobe Bryant sat out in the win against the Golden State Warriors, he won’t be sitting out in a game on National TV, and you can expect him to put on a show. Bulls ticket prices on the secondary market have been averaging $120 a ticket and have jumped 130.88% for this game. The Lakers come to the United Center on a one-game winning streak with a 5-9 road record against the Bulls who are currently 6-5 on their home court and winners of their last four games.

Golden State Clippers at Los Angeles Clippers | Avg. Price: $238.04 | +180.04%
Staples Center 10:30pm ET
Stephen Curry and the Warriors return to the Los Angeles Staples Center after a loss to the Los Angeles Lakers looking for some revenge even if it’s against the Clippers. The Warriors are the hottest team in the NBA with the best record of 23-4 with a 15-4 record against Western Conference teams and a 5-2 record against divisional teams. The Clippers are struggling to find themselves this year and come into this divisional rivalry game on National TV with an 11-3 record on the Staples Center court. Clippers vs Warriors ticket prices on the secondary market on average have jumped up 180.04% from the $85.00 per ticket average. Get’in’s for the 12/25 game are at $135 per ticket which is a 187.23% rise in ticket price from their March 31st game at the Staples Center of $47.00 per ticket. It is also a 138% rise in the Get In price on the secondary ticking market for the Warriors vs Clippers game at the Oracle Arena on March 8th. The Warriors won their first game against the Clippers this season on November 5th 121-104 at the Oracle Arena.

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Lakers Kobe Bryant

Bulls & Cavaliers Highlight Lakers Top Tickets In January

The Los Angeles Lakers have a tough decision and job to do. On one hand, they are way out of the playoffs. They are 4 games behind the 8th ranked Pelicans, but the Thunder are bound to get to that spot and improve even more. In order to get to the playoffs, the Lakers might actually have to make up for the difference with the 7th ranked team currently, which is Dallas. They are almost 10 games behind. If they fail to make the playoffs, it will be the FIRST time in Lakers history that the team has missed the playoffs in consecutive years. On the other hand, their first round pick is top 5 protected, and that might be the best chance for the team to get a quality player. If the draft is now, they will pick 7th, unless they jump into the top 3 by luck. Being in limbo is not something the Lakers are used to do, but they will have to do it this season. Kobe Bryant passed Michael Jordan on the scoring list, so the only reason left to watch the Lakers this season is, well, entertainment. No matter how bad they are, the Lakers are a show to watch any day of the week, and twice on Sunday. Here is a look at Lakers ticket prices and their January schedule.

Lakers vs Grizzlies, January 2, Starting price $41, Average price $74

Arguably the best team in the West, or the second best team comes to Staples Center. Marc Gasol is an MVP candidate. Yes, that is the same Gasol Lakers traded for Pau. But, Pau brought the team 2 titles, and the other Gasol is now blossoming. The Lakers did beat the Spurs this year, so they can handle strong teams from time to time.

Lakers vs Pacers, January 4, Starting price $33, Average price $82

In some parallel world, this would be a homecoming for Paul George. Sadly, the Los Angeles native is hurt, which might be good news for the Lakers. The Pacers are another team in a limbo, giving the Lakers a fair chance for a win. They lost the first duel with the Pacers in Indiana.

Lakers vs Magic, January 9, Starting price $30, Average price $84

Another very winnable game for the Lakers as they host the Magic, a team that was supposed to improve this season, but it hasn’t happened yet. One good reason to tune into this game is Elfrid Payton and his haircut. Not that he is not a good player, but his haircut is fun to see.

Lakers vs Blazers, January 11, Starting price $32, Average price $82

The Lakers have yet to play the Blazers this season. Two years ago, the teams were on the opposite side, as Lakers were trying to win the West, while the Blazers were hoping to make the playoffs. Things change fast in the NBA. At least you get to see Kobe going at the Blazers, one team he loves to compete with, both in LA and in Portland.

Lakers vs Heat, January 13, Starting Price $44, Average price $202

Last year, this was a LeBron vs Kobe matchup. This year, it is back to Kobe vs Wade, two shooting guards that are way past their prime, but still very much serviceable players. Their duels over the years are legendary, and there won’t be many more of those duels.

Lakers vs Cavaliers, January 15, Starting Price $118, Average price $152

The Lakers finish their four game home streak with the Cavaliers, hosting James, Irving and Love. This game should provide tons of excitement, as the King is coming to LA, after being free agent this summer. LeBron has ditched the Lakers few times by now. But the more interesting question might be Kevin Love, who is on the Lakers radar as a free agent target this summer.

Lakers vs Rockets, January 25, Starting price $39, Average price $105
The teams split the first two games. But the more interesting moment was Kobe calling Dwight soft during the first matchup. Until Kobe plays for the Lakers, and Dwight is wearing a Houston uniform, the duels with the Rockets will be intriguing. Not to mention that James Harden has unofficially taken over the title best shooting guard in the league, and Kobe always tries to prove something.

Lakers vs Wizards, January 27, Starting price $25, Average price $76

The Wizards spanked the Lakers in their first duel, with Bradley Beal going for 27 points and Chris Humphries dominating the boards with 20 rebounds. Those two things cannot happen again if the Lakers hope to get a win.

Lakers vs Bulls, January 29, Starting price $62, Average price $132

The teams will meet for Christmas, and it has become a standard in the past years the Lakers and the Bulls to play on Christmas. Pau Gasol is coming back to town, after he left to play with a contending team. It looks like he made the right choice, but Kobe doesn’t forget and forgive, even friends and close partners such as Pau was to him.

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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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10 Most Expensive NBA Games To Sit Courtside At!

Here is a look at 10 of the most expensive NBA games to sit courtside at this 2014-2015 season.

#10. Golden State Warriors at Los Angeles Clippers 12/25/14 Staples Center
Warriors vs Clippers Courtside ticket price The Christmas Day game between the Warriors vs. Clippers at the Staples Center Sec 102 Courtside Row 1 is $4500.00 per ticket which is 8081% higher than the average Clippers ticket price of $55.00 for a home game.

#9. Cleveland Cavaliers at Toronto Raptors 03/04/15 Air Canada Center
rators courtsideTo sit in Courtside South Row A is $4645.00 per ticket for the Cavs vs Raptors game on March 3rd at the Air Canada Center which is 4789% higher than the Toronto Raptors regular season ticket price average of $95.00 for home games.

#8. Cleveland Cavaliers at Golden State Warriors 01/09/15 Oracle Arena
Cavs vs warriors courtsideVIP Courtside Row BB is $5805.00 per ticket to see the Cavaliers at the Oracle Arena which is 7438% higher than the average Golden State Warriors ticket price of $77.00 per ticket for a game at the Oracle.

#7. Los Angeles Lakers at Cleveland Cavaliers 02/08/15 Quicken Loans Arena
New York Knicks v Cleveland CavaliersTo witness Kobe and Lebron meet on the court in Cleveland will cost $5,805 per ticket to sit in Courtside Section 7 row 1 is which is 2677% higher than the Cleveland Cavaliers regular season price average of $209.00 per ticket

#7. Cleveland Cavaliers at Chicago Bulls 02/12/15 United Center
Cavaliers vs Bulls courtsideCourtside South Row A $6,447 per ticket to see the Cavs and Bulls at the United Center which is 6040% higher than the Chicago Bulls ticket price average of $105.00 per ticket. One can only wonder what the ticket price would be if it were Lebron vs Jordan.

#5. Los Angeles Lakers at New York Knicks 02/1/15 Madison Square Garden
Lakers vs Knicks courtsideTo see the reunion of Phil Jackson, Derrick Fisher and Kobe Bryant will cost you $9,508 per ticket to sit VIP Courtside 12 row AA which is 7823% higher than the New York Knicks regular game season ticket price average of $120.00 per ticket for games at MSG.

#4. Los Angeles Clippers vs New York Knicks 03/01/15 Madison Square Garden
Clippers vs Knicks madison sqaure gardenTo see Blake Griffin and CP3 in the Big Apple and sit in VIP Courtside 12 row AA will cost you $9,572.00 per ticket which is 7876% higher than the New York Knicks regular game season ticket price average of $120.00 per ticket for games at Madison Square Garden.

#3. Cleveland Cavaliers at Los Angeles Lakers 01/15/15 Staples Center
cavs lakers courtsideWhen King James and the Cav’s come to Kobe’s house to play it will run you $10,671.00 per ticket for Courtside Row 1 which is 11498% higher than the Los Angeles Lakers ticket price average of $92.00 per ticket of home games at the Staples Center.

#2. Cleveland Cavaliers at New York Knicks 02/22/15 Madison Square Garden
Cavaliers vs Knicks Courtside ticketsYou are pretty much guaranteed to sit with a lot of A-Listers when the Cavaliers and Knicks play at the MSG.To sit with them will run you $13,317.25 per ticket for VIP Courtside 10 row AA which is 10997% higher than the New York Knicks regular season game ticket price average of $120.00 per ticket.

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#1. Cleveland Cavaliers at Miami Heat 12/25/14 American Airlines Arena cavs vs heat american airlines arenaThe most expensive NBA game is: Christmas Day and the return of King James to the American Airlines Arena will cost you $25,138.00 per ticket to sit Courtside North Row AA for the Cavliers vs Heat which is 43241% higher than the Miami Heat regular season game ticket price average of $58.00 per ticket for the 2014-15 Heat home games.

10 Most Expensive NBA Games Ticket prices based off of secondary ticket market averages as of 12/07/14.

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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 typical 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 absence, he has provided the veteran leadership with 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 seemed to fly under the radar on each one. Scola has played the right 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 a 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 respect he deserves as a superstar in the NBA.