The Wizards enter a crucial month for their season. February is a short month, with a week rest during the NBA All-Star game (for those who do not participate), but a significant month. Teams usually gain steam after the break, and Wizards are one of those teams that could use the time off. The Wizards could also use a push in the standings, as they are currently ranked second behind Atlanta, but they are closely followed by the Raptors, Bulls and Cavaliers. Being second allows the Wizards to have a home-court advantage up until the East Finals.
In the 2014 Wizards February schedule, they went 8-5 in their 13 games. The Wizards averaged 105.2 points a game. In 2013 the Wizards went 7-5 averaging 94.9 points a game. In 2012 they went 3-11 and averaged 98.6 points. Each of their last three seasons the Wizards February schedules of games they have averaged the most points of any month.
Wizards February schedule ticket prices since the 2012 season have been $68.00 per ticket on average. The 2014/15 season is no different as the average ticket price for games Wizards tickets is $67.00 per ticket.
The Washington Wizards February Schedule will include six home games at the Verizon Center DC. The Wizards February Schedule of road games will consist of six away games.
Five key games in the Wizards February Schedule.
Wizards @ Hawks, Philips Arena, February 4,
Starting price $22, Average price $40
Everything points towards the Hawks being the best team in the East. While many assumed that the road to the Finals in the East would go through Chicago and Cleveland, Atlanta is playing the best basketball in the league right now. Additionally, the Atlanta Hawks won the first two duels between the teams, so it is time for the Wizards to show their worth.
Wizards @ Raptors, Air Canada Center, February 11,
Starting price $36, Average price $55
The first duel between the two teams finished with a big win for the Toronto Raptors. They will meet by the end of January in Washington, and their duel in Toronto will be the last before the playoffs. Simply put, the Wizards could use a win to get some separation for the second seed in the East. They currently lead the Raptors by 1.5 games.
Cavaliers @ Wizards, Verizon Center, February 20,
Starting price $66, Average price $117
It has been a while since the Cavs and the Wizards were rivals. Back in the time Gilbert Arenas was running the show. Now, the Wizards will try to hold on for the second seed in the East. The Cavaliers are gaining steam, and Lebron James is playing at an MVP level after sleeping the first half of the season. This will be the first game after the All Star break, so both teams should be well rested.
Warriors @ Wizards, Verizon Center, February 24,
Starting price $36, Average price $48
The best team in the league comes to town, as John Wall and his buddy Bradley Beal go against the Golden State Warriors Splash Brothers. Wall announced he and Beal are the best backcourt in the league before the season started. He will have the chance to prove it. The Wizards might find it hard to score versus the best defence in the league, and they will have their hands full on the other end as well.
Wizards @ Timberwolves, Target Center, February 25,
Starting price $7, Average price $16
Even the best teams can slip versus a bad team. The risk is always there. For Washington, this is a chance for an easy win against the Timberolves, after playing the Warriors the previous night. However, travelling from one coast to another, and then playing a game on the road is never easy. That is the challenge for the Wizards in this game.
All Washington Wizards February Schedule Ticket Prices are subject to change. Prices based on the secondary ticketing market.