The San Antonio Spurs have gotten off to an underwhelming 6-4 start, which ties them with the New Orleans Pelicans for last place in the Southwest division 10 games into the season. Two key contributors, Patty Mills and Tiago Splitter, are out indefinitely with injures, which is one reason for the team’s slow start. San Antonio is scoring just 95 points per game, which is 24th in the league. While the Spurs were never considered to be a high powered offense, they never struggled to score points. With the slow start, Spurs tickets on the secondary market are dropping from already low prices.
By the end of November, the Spurs will play three home games at AT&T Center and only one has an average price above $100. The next home game for San Antonio will come on November 22 against the Brooklyn Nets. That game currently has an average price of $93.99 and a get-in price of just $16, It will also be the second most expensive home game until the start of December. Brooklyn is just 4-6 through 10 games under new head coach Lionel Hollins.
The next home game will come on Wednesday, November 26 against the Indiana Pacers. That game currently has an average price of $81.72 and a get-in price of $10. Only three other home games for the rest of the season will have a less expensive average price.
Two days later, a game against the up-and-down Sacramento Kings is the only game of the three with an average price over $100. The average price is currently $102.56, though that is still 18% below San Antonio’s season average. Sacramento started the season 5-1, but then lost four of their next five games. Before playing in San Antonio, the Kings will have a tough stretch of games, starting with a home game against the Bulls, before going on the road to play Minnesota, New Orleans and Houston.