The Los Angeles Lakers have been struggling as of late having dropped their last four games and are without their best player Kobe Bryant who has been out with a left knee injury since December 17th. As of today the Lakers are currently in fourth place in the Pacific Division with a record of 16-29 but still manage to have one of the highest ticket prices for their home games averaging $213 for the remainder of the season.
This average ticket price has fallen significantly since the start of the 2013-2014 NBA season wherein the Los Angeles Lakers averaged $264 for their home games. The substantial fall in price can be attributed to the loss of superstar player Kobe Bryant as well as the Lakers lack of winning games this season.
The upcoming week for the Lakers features two home games against the Pacers and Bobcats before they are slated to begin a three game road trip against the Timberwolves, Cavaliers and 76ers respectively. The Lakers battle against the surging Indiana Pacers has seen tickets prices go below normal all the way down to an average of $165 for this contest with their following game going even lower at $155 a ticket for their tilt against the Bobcats at the Staples Center.
These two games are some of the cheapest Lakers games in Los Angeles for the rest of the season and have some very reasonable tickets available for Lakers fans who can Get-in to the Pacers game for as low as $29 and the Bobcats game for as little as just $25 on the 31st.
The Lakers most expensive home game comes when the Boston Celtics make the trip out west on February 21st. This game is averaging just under $300 for Lakers tickets but has a Get-in price of only $52.