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Lakers Average Ticket Prices Down 47% In 2015

When Kobe won his last ring in 2010, he probably assumed he might get one more and have as much as Michael Jordan. Flash forward four years, and he is far away from contending for a championship as ever. The Lakers are at least two years away from having any chance for a playoff spot, yet alone championship chance. Hardly anyone could envision Kobe trying to drag a weak team in his last years as a Laker. But the reality is the Lakers are lottery team, with no shot of improving in the short future. Kobe, for his part, does everything that he can, and the home games for the Lakers are still one of the most entertaining in the league, and a true show.

In the 2015 regular season the Lakers are still in the top ten attendance wise for games at the Staples Center but have actually fallen below the Los Angeles Clippers who are ranked 9th with an average of 19,147 per game while the Lakers are averaging 18,956 (99.5%) per game according to ESPN which is actually a little bit down from their 2013 season of 18,997 average. On the road the Lakers are ranked 6th in the NBA with an average of 18,197 (95.2%) as fans come out to see Kobe Bryant.

Since their high of an average of $187.00 per ticket in the 2013 season Lakers ticket prices although on the uptick in 2015, average ticket prices are still down 33% to $125.00 per ticket and over the past week the average Lakers ticket price is $98.00 per ticket on the secondary market.

“Tickets are just like the stock market” according to Chris Cabrera the CDO of Barry’s Tickets “prices can vary almost by the minute depending on inventory as well as story lines going on with teams and players at any given time.” When Lebron announced a leave of absence Cavaliers average ticket prices vs the Lakers and Clippers dropped by as much as 13% right off the bat while other games such as the Orlando Magic last night ended up about 12% higher on average. If the Knicks were playing well, the return of Derek Fisher, Carmelo Anthony and even just the hint of Phil Jackson would make the Lakers vs Knicks a hot game but because of their play this season prices are down a good $10% on that

Heat @ Lakers Staples Center, January 13th
Starting price $46 | Average price $160
With all the talk of Kobe versus Lebron, fans forget how memorable the duels between Kobe and Wade are. For long they were considered the two best shooting guards in the league. There are new kids in town, but Kobe and Wade are still premium players that are no strangers to direct duels. Best of all, both are true competitors, and love to go against each other. Fans might remember the All Star game in which Wade tackled Kobe under the basket. That play is the true picture of the competitiveness between the two. View Lakers vs Heat tickets for the Staples Center.

Cavaliers @ Lakers Staples Center, January 15th
Starting price $100 | Average price $129
Rumors are, Lebron James will be ready to go in this game. There will be few chances left for fans to see Kobe versus Lebron in person, and in one of the most famous arenas in the NBA, the Staples Center. This will also be the first duel between the new look Cavs and the Lakers. View Lakers vs Cavaliers tickets for the Staples Center.

Celtics @ Lakers, Staples Center, February 22nd
Starting price $40, Average price $137
The duel between the two of the most successful franchises in league history is always entertaining, no matter who is on the floor. The teams played in Boston this season, but their duel in the Staples Center is even a bigger show.View Lakers vs Celtics tickets for the Staples Center.

Clippers @ Lakers Staples Center, April 5th
Starting price $50 | Average price $150
The Clippers spanked the Lakers two times this season. It was long ago since the Clippers swept the season series with the Lakers. The teams will play home and home game on April 5th and 7th, and the Lakers are the host for the first one. That game might be the best chance the Lakers have to get a win versus their city rival.View Lakers vs Clippers tickets for the Staples Center.

Kings @ Lakers Staples Center, April 15th
Starting price $23 | Average price $80
This is the last game of the season for the Lakers, and they would love to say goodbye to the lowly season with a win. The Lakers hopes for improvement lie in the draft, and in free agency in the summer of 2016. This season will go down as one of the worst in franchise history, but the team will have a chance to say proper goodbye and versus an old rival nevertheless.View Lakers vs Kings tickets for the Staples Center.

Although currently the Lakers are 6-13 on the road the demand to see Kobe Byant has heated up some secondary ticket prices in other markets.

Lakers @ Warriors March 16th Oracle Arena
Starting Price $84 | Average Price $170 (up 21%)
Kobe against Stephen Curry and his 22.9 points per game average as well as Golden State being one of the hottest teams in the NBA and this game being so close to playoffs has driven Warriors vs Lakers ticket prices up 13% from last season to average of $170.00 per ticket which is 21.42% higher than the current Warriors Ticket price average of $140.00 per ticket.

Lakers @ Trail Blazers Feb 11th Moda Center
Starting Price $43.00 | Average Price $105.00 (up 50%)
Portland Trail Blazers super star LaMarcus Aldridge leads the team in points per game with 23.1 as well as rebounds at 10.7 a game their other star Damian Lillard quietly is averaging 22.1 per game, 6.3 assists per game and 1.4 steals. It’s basically a two on between Lillard Aldridge vs Kobe. The Trail Blazers vs Lakers ticket prices for this game are 50% above the Trail Blazers current average ticket price of $70.00 per ticket.

Lakers @ 76ers March 30th Wells Fargo Center
Starting price $24.00 | Average Price $92.00 (up 84%)
When the Lakers roll into the Wells Fargo Center on March 30th the game will mean absolutely nothing as far as playoff implactions as both teams together currently equal 18 wins and 54 losses. Tony Wroten is the 76ers leading point scorer with 17 ppg while rookie Nerlens Noel is pulling down 7 boards a game. The Sixers are ranked 28th in attendance for home games with only the Pistons and Timberwolves averaging less and 76ers ticket prices averaging $50.00 per ticket but with Kobe Bryant coming into town 76ers vs Lakers tickets jump 84% to $92.00 per ticket on the secondary market.

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Los Angeles Kings Fans

Ducks & Rangers are LA Kings Top Tickets of the week

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Lakers Kobe Bryant

Cavaliers & Heat Top Lakers Tickets For The Week

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

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

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

Upcoming Games For the Lakers at the Staples Center

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

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

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

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

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Los Angeles Clippers Tickets

Upcoming Clippers Schedule & Tickets through Jan 7th

While several NBA teams had a leisurely Christmas holiday, the Los Angeles Clippers had the unenviable task of playing four games in six days, with three of the four games against teams either ranked first or second in their respective conferences. The fourth team, the San Antonio Spurs, happened to be the defending NBA champions. The Clippers lost three of four during the week, culminating with a tough loss on Saturday night at STAPLES Center versus the east leading Toronto Raptors.

New York Knicks at Los Angeles Clippers
Wed, Dec 31st 3:00pm STAPLES Center
Get In’s $34.00 | Average Ticket Price $84.00 (Down 30%)
The 5-28 New York Knicks vist the Los Angeles Clippers for their only meeting in Los Angeles during the regular season. View Clippers vs Knicks tickets for the Staples Center.

Philadelphia 76ers vs Los Angeles Clippers
Sat, Jan 3rd 7:30pm STAPLES Center
Get In’s $18.00 | Average Ticket Price $49.00 (Down 39%)
The 4-25 Philadelphia 76ers come to the Staples Center with a 4-11 road record. View Clippers vs 76ers tickets for the Staples Center.

Atlanta Hawks vs Los Angeles Clippers
Monday, Jan 5th 7:30pm STAPLES Center
Get In’s $13.00 | Average Ticket Price $62.00 (Down 35%)
The 22-8 Atlanta Hawks defeated the Clippers at the Philips Arena on Dec 23rd 107-104. View Clippers vs Hawks tickets for the Staples Center.

Los Angeles Lakers at Los Angeles Clippers
Wed, Jan 7th 7:30pm STAPLES Center
Get In’s $60.00 | Average Ticket Price $175.00 (Down 1%)
The Clippers took the first of five meetings with the Lakers this season on Oct 31st with a 118-111 win on the Lakers home court. This game is considered a Clippers Home Game. View Clippers vs Lakers tickets for the Staples Center.

Clippers Week Recap:
Monday night the Clippers traveled to San Antonio to face the defending NBA champion Spurs. San Antonio has been struggling of late due to a myriad of injuries and had lost four straight entering the home matchup with Los Angeles. The Spurs welcomed star point guard Tony Parker back from a five game absence. Parker scored 26 points, igniting the Spurs to a 125-118 victory. Chris Paul led the Clippers with 25 points and 9 assists, with Blake Griffin chipping in 22 and JJ Redick 21. After the tough loss in San Antonio the NBA schedule-makers didn’t do the Clippers any favors. Los Angeles had to travel to Atlanta to face a tough Atlanta Hawks team on the second night of a road back to back. The Clippers were unable to hold onto a thirteen-point lead, losing 107-104 when the Hawks outscored them by five points in the fourth quarter. Blake Griffin had 21 points and 11 rebounds, with Chris Paul chipping in 19 points. The Clippers started strong, including a 17-0 run in the second quarter, but just couldn’t hold on, with Atlanta securing the victory late. After the loss in Atlanta the Clippers returned home to STAPLES Center to host the west leading Golden State Warriors on Christmas night. The Clippers put together an impressive performance, winning 100-86. Jamal Crawford took over in the fourth period, scoring 12 of his 14 points in the fourth quarter to propel the Clippers to victory. The Clippers momentum didn’t last as they lost a tough one Saturday night to the Toronto Raptors, who had the benefit of largely having the Christmas week off. The Raptors outscored the Clippers by ten in the fourth quarter, sealing the victory behind a big game from point guard Kyle Lowry.

Up Next for the Clippers: After their toughest stretch of the season the Clippers continue their seven-game home stand with an easier stretch of games as they host two non-playoff contenders in the New York Knicks and the Philadelphia 76ers. Both teams are well out of contention, with Philadelphia and New York currently featuring the two worst records in the NBA. The three-game stretch should be a good opportunity for the Clippers to get another win streak going and build some momentum for the following week when they host the Atlanta Hawks, Los Angeles Lakers and Dallas Mavericks.

Where They Stand: With a 20-11 record the Clippers are in sixth place in the Western Conference.

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Clippers Look Tired In Loss To Raptors At Staples Center

The Los Angeles Clippers looked tired last late in the game against the Toronto Raptors at the Staples Center in their 98-110 loss. The Clippers have gone without more than one day off in in-between games in their last three week schedule and it really showed from the second quarter on.

The emotional Christmas day between the Clippers & Warriors at the Staples Center then the Raptors who are in first place in the Eastern Conference and now they play again Dec 29th against the Utah Jazz followed by Dec 31st against the Knicks. Although both teams arent playing that great right now with almost no rest it’s easy to see potential losses for the Clippers who are playing on fumes and it’s not even half way through the season. You can see the up’s and down’s in the Clippers last nine games.

23 Sat, Dec 13, 2014 @Milwaukee Bucks L 106 111
24 Mon, Dec 15, 2014 Detroit Pistons W 113 91
25 Wed, Dec 17, 2014 Indiana Pacers W 102 100
26 Fri, Dec 19, 2014 @Denver Nuggets L 106 109
27 Sat, Dec 20, 2014 Milwaukee Bucks W 106 102
28 Mon, Dec 22, 2014 @San Antonio Spurs L 118 125
29 Tue, Dec 23, 2014 @Atlanta Hawks L 104 107
30 Thu, Dec 25, 2014 Golden State Warriors W 100 86
31 Sat, Dec 27, 2014 Toronto Raptors L 98 110

Congrats to JJ Redick who surpassed the 5,000 career point mark in the game last night. The loss also snapped the Clippers eight game win streak at the Staples Center. The Raptors and Clippers will tip off again one more time this season but it will be at the Air Canada Center. Below are some shots I took from the Clippers vs Raptors game at the Staples Center last night.

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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 greatest drop in 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

Trail Blazers$77$5442%

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 5 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 4 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 the 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.
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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Kings Look To Extinguish Flames & Catch A Shark This Week

After dropping a tough game to the St. Louis Blues on Tuesday night, the Los Angeles Kings had lost five of six games and were struggling to stay in early playoff contention. The Blues loss was the third consecutive loss for the Kings, but the defending Stanley Cup Champions rebounded to win their final two games of the week, repaying the Blues with a victory at STAPLES Center and then defeating the Arizona Coyotes. With the two victories the Kings hold down the 8th playoff position in the Western Conference, tied with the Vancouver Canucks.

Week Recap: Tuesday night the Kings jumped on top of the Blues in St. Louis 2-0 nothing on two first period goals from Marian Gaborik before the Blues rallied back behind a big game from Vladimir Tarasenko. The Russian forward continued his torrid goal-scoring pace with a hat trick to put the Kings away. After falling behind by two goals the Blues scored the next five goals to win going away. After a night off the Kings welcomed the Blues to STAPLES Center for a return trip on Thursday night. The Kings won 6-4 behind a massive game from Kings center Anze Kopitar. The Slovenian had a goal and four assists, while Marian Gaborik had two goals and an assist. After a slow start to the season both Gaborik and Kopitar are heating up of late, something that bodes well for the near future. Besides Kopitar and Gaborik, Jeff Carter, Jake Muzzin and Dwight Kings also scored goals for Los Angeles. The story of the game was the Kings third period outburst. After trailing 4-3 heading into the period Los Angeles scored three goals in the third to blow the game open. The Kings won their second consecutive home game on Saturday night when they defeated the Arizona Coyotes behind another strong performance from Anzke Kopitar. The Kings forward had three goals, leading the Kings to another come from behind win. Arizona led 2-1 before the Kings scored three straight to earn the victory. Jeff Carter, Marian Gaborik, Alec Martinez and Trevor Lewis scored goals for Los Angeles.

Up Next for the Kings: The Kings host the Calgary Flames on tonight at STAPLES Center before a four-day break for the Christmas Holiday. They return home on Saturday night when they host the arch-rival San Jose Sharks. Los Angeles will look to keep their momentum at home before they head off on the road the following week to kick off a three-game road trip. The Kings are currently in a battle for a playoff position in the conference and division and will need to maximize their effort as the calendar turns to the new year.

Where They Stand: The Kings are in 8th place in the Western Conference, tied with the Vancouver Canucks. They are nine points behind the Anaheim Ducks, who lead the conference and the Pacific Division.

LA Kings Ticket Prices
On average LA Kings vs Flames ticket price is $70.00 per ticket but do to the Holiday week prices for tonight’s game have risen while availability of tickets has dropped. Lower Level tickets start at $125 per ticket compared to the $46.00 price average for the Dec 29th Flames vs Kings game at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary. A cheaper option is the Kings vs Flames tickets for the Staples Center on Jan 19th where the get in price is only $22.00.

Kings Vs Sharks Dec 27th Staples Center Saturday 7:30
The game is a promotional night at the Staples Center “Holiday Pyrotechnic Extravaganza” as well as a Holiday Week and a game against their rivals making prices up 40% for this game. Kings vs Sharks tickets for the 27th are starting at $175.00 a ticket for the 200 level. A less expensive way to see the Kings vs Sharks at the Staples Center on April 11th which on average run 28% cheaper then then tonight’s game. Sharks vs Kings tickets for the San Jose SAP Center are $85.00 per ticket on average.

Stadium Series Kings vs Sharks Levis Stadium Feb 21st
The Kings and Sharks will face off on Saturday night Feb 21st at Levis Stadium. Stadium Series tickets start at $150 per ticket and average $525 per ticket which is down from the 2014 Kings vs Ducks stadium series game which averaged $625.00 per ticket.

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10 Must See Events In LA Happening January 2015

Rose Parade January 1st 8:00am
Rose Parade TicketsA staple in Pasadena for over a 100 years the New Years Day Rose Parade is a must see at least once in your lifetime. This year’s Rose Parade will mark its 126 year and the theme will be “Inspiring Stories” and for two hours on the Rose Parade route there will be magnificent floral floats, amazing marching bands as well as high stepping equestrians. The Rose Parade route is 5 ½ miles and starts at the corner of Green Street and Orange Grove and concludes at Villa Street. You can also view the floats early starting Dec 27th at 12:00pm. View Rose Parade Tickets. Curbside viewing of the Rose Parade is also available on a first-come first served basis. You can learn more about curbside viewing.

Wicked the Musical at the Pantages Theater through January
Wicked the Musical Tickets Pantages TheaterThe winner of over 100 international awards including a Grammy and three Tony awards has returned to the Pantages Theater through March 15th. The 2 hour 45 minute Musical of how the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda The Good meet. Wicked the Musical is recommended for children 8 and up and has showings Tuesday through Sunday with Matinee performances on Wednesday, Saturday and Sundays as well. View Wicked Tickets for all dates at the Pantages Theater.

Walt Disney Hall through January
Walt Disney HallThe LA Philharmonic, Itzhak Perlman, Anthony Neman and much more the Walt Disney Hall has something for everyone as the home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic brings the best in classical music, contemporary music, world music as well as Jazz. View all Walt Disney Hall concerts.

Cavaliers at the Lakers Staples Center Jan 15thLakers vs Cavaliers Tickets
It’s been over a year since the two future Hall Of Famers have played against each other and seeing Kobe Bryant and Lebron James on the court at one time is every basketball diehards dream. Besides two of the biggest stars in the NBA the Los Angeles A-list celebrities will be out in force to watch the Cavaliers and Lakers tip off at 7:30pm. Click to view Lakers vs Cavaliers Tickets at the Staples Center.

Cavaliers at the Clippers Staples Center Jan 16th
Clippers vs Cavaliers TicketsLebron James and Kevin Love head the new look Cleveland Cavaliers as they take on the Los Angeles Clippers for their Los Angeles appearance against Blake Griffin and Chris Paul during the regular season. If you’re a Lebron James fan or Cavaliers fan Clippers vs Cavaliers tickets are a cheaper option to see them play then when the Cavaliers and Lakers play. Click to view Clippers vs Cavaliers Tickets for the Staples Center.

Ducks at Kings Staples Center Jan 17th
Kings vs Ducks Tickets Honda CenterKings and Ducks rivalry games are a hockey lover’s dream. During rivalry games the action really heats up and with no love lost between the Kings and Ducks this game is sure not to disappoint. The Los Angeles Kings will honor Rob Blake and retire his jersey. View Ducks vs Kings tickets at the Staples Center.

Blackhawks at Kings Staples Center Jan 28th
Kings vs Blackhawks tickets The Blackhawks return for the second time this season and after losing 4-1 in their first meeting at the Staples Center on November 29th the Kings will be looking for revenge. When the Blackhawks come to town the sea of red jersey’s in the crowd at Staples is pretty stunning. The Blackhawks and Kings have traded off the Stanley Cup the two seasons and with the rivalry, the rich tradition of the Blackhawks and the large amount of Chicago transplants in Los Angeles makes the Kings vs Blackhawks game a very big event. View Kings vs Blackhawks tickets for the Staples Center.

Sam Smith at the Forum Jan 29th, 30th
Sam Smith Tickets Los AngelesThe London born Pop and Soul singer-song writer who’s Oct 2012 break though single “Latch” peacked at number 11 on the UK singles chart and “Stay With Me” which became an international success reaching number two on the US Billboard charts as well as being nominated for six Grammy Awards including Best New Artist, Song of the Year and “In the Lonely Hour” for Album of the year will be performing two nights at the Inglewood Forum on January 29th and 30th. View Sam Smith tickets for this concerts at the Forum.

Bush at the Wiltern Jan 31
Bush In Concert at the WilternThe 90’s rock band Bush with heartthrob lead singer Gavin Rossdale will be performing at the Wiltern Theater on January 31st. with such hits as Everything Zen, Comedown, Machine Head and of course Glycerine it’s a great chance to step back in time and hear some classic 90’s songs as well as the concert being in Los Angeles you never know who might show up on stage with Gavin and the boys. Click to view Bush Tickets for the Wiltern concert.

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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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Blake Griffin LA Clippers

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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