Previewing Nets & Pacers Playoff Tickets

Despite a 109-87 loss to the Charlotte Bobcats last night in North Carolina, the Pacers have clinched a playoff spot in the East. While enjoying an overwhelmingly successful season that sees the Pacers with the best record in the NBA, they still feature arguably the best value tickets in the league. The average ticket price for the season on the secondary market is currently $74, which is the 5th cheapest in the East (Miami holds the top spot while Milwaukee is at the bottom of the barrel). It looks like the value will translate to the post-season as well. Opening round Pacers playoffs tickets vs the Hawks at Bankers Life Fieldhouse averaged $83 last year.


With a Brooklyn victory over Memphis last night at the Barclay's Center, the Nets have finally pulled their record above .500. While many experts picked the team to be well above that mark during off-season predictions, the Jason Kidd-led squad has had to overcome a lot of adversity to get there. Fan and media support continues to grow during the Nets' stellar 2014 campaign, and many Nets playoffs tickets have already popped up on the secondary market. They currently hold an average asking price of $229, an overall value considering that's 30% below the average price of last year's first round series with the Bulls. If Brooklyn can continue to string together quality victories, it may not be a 2-horse race in the East after all.


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