Coming into this season, little was expected from the Oklahoma City Thunder. But to the surprise of many, they stormed out of the gates and went on to a 50-win season, reaching the NBA playoffs for the first time since the franchise moved from Seattle.
In response, Oklahoma City fans were excited to see their team in the postseason tournament, and against the Lakers. They expressed their excitement by paying 109% more than they paid for regular season games. Lakers fans, with their 19 titles and 30 conference championships, issued a collective yawn for the round one tickets, paying just 20% more than their already-expensive season average.CHARACTERS_HERE
The Big3 basketball league is set to begin its third season this week. The average asking price for a ticket on the secondary market is $110 compared to $84 last year and $109 when the league…