The Charlotte Hornets have been inconsistent this season but have played better since the start of the New Year. However, the team is suffering from injuries with Al Jefferson out with a groin injury. Kemba Walker has picked up the load with Lance Stephenson also out of the lineup as trade rumors surrounding Stephenson continue since the team has been playing better during his absence.
Hornets tickets on TicketIQ for their most expensive game remaining on their home schedule is a March 21 meeting with the Oklahoma City Thunder at the Time Warner Cable Arena. Currently, the average price for Thunder vs Hornets tickets is $312.46 on the secondary market, a 68.5% premium above the Hornets’ home average, with a get-in price for this game at $43.
The least expensive game for the Hornets is a January 17 game against the Indiana Pacers. Hornets tickets against the Pacers have a current average price of $97.10 on the secondary market, which is one of just two games remaining on the Hornets’ home schedule that tickets will have an asking average price of under $100. The least expensive ticket to get in for tomorrow’s game is $38.
The Hornets are still in the hunt for the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference. Charlotte has some talented players and are playing better but if they can’t find a way to trade Lance Stephenson the team will have to figure out a way to work Lance back in eventually.