The NBA is approaching the midseason break, although teams have already played over 41 games on the season. NBA All-Star Weekend takes place this weekend, so teams will be playing regular season games in the beginning of the week before they get ready for weekend. The most expensive games of the week feature some of the top teams in the league.
1) 2/11/14 - Miami Heat at Phoenix Suns | Avg. Price: $264 | Get-in Price: $63
It will be a license plate giveaway night for the Suns at US Airways Center, not like any promotion is needed when the Miami Heat come to town. Phoenix Suns tickets for Miami’s visit t is the most expensive game of the week. Ticket prices have actually dropped 24% over the past week.
2) 2/12/14 - Miami Heat at Golden State Warriors | Avg. Price: $201 | Get-in Price: $68
Miami will head to Oracle Arena to play the Golden State Warriors on the next night. Miami’s game in Oakland is the second most expensive game of the week with Golden State Warriors tickets dropping 16% during the week. The get-in price is higher than the more expensive average Suns game.
3) 2/12/14 - Sacramento Kings at New York Knicks | Avg. Price: $190 | Get-in Price: $40
New York Knicks tickets are always in high demand at Madison Square Garden and that holds even against the disappointing Sacramento Kings. The game on Wednesday night will be the last before the All-Star break, but ticket prices have dropped almost in half, down 45%, in the past week.
4) 2/11/14 - Oklahoma City Thunder at Portland Trail Blazers | Avg. Price: $166 | Get-in Price: $43
These two teams have become two of the best in the Western Conference and the two division-mates will be squaring off at the Moda center Tuesday night. Portland Trail Blazers tickets have gone up compared to when the team struggled last season and have only dropped 6% over the past week for this game.
5) 2/13/14 - Oklahoma City Thunder at Los Angeles Lakers | Avg. Price: $165 | Get-in Price: $27
Two nights later, the Thunder will play the Lakers in the Staples Center. Los Angeles Lakers tickets used to be among tops in the league, but with their recent struggles, Lakers fans can get in to see a top team like Oklahoma City for just $27.
The NBA will be resume regular season games after the All-Star Break this weekend. There’s still a chance to see the best teams play before they depart for New Orleans.