Golden State Warriors Win Streak By The Numbers

December 17, 2014


The Golden State Warriors had their 16 game win streak snapped Tuesday night against the Memphis Grizzlies. While the streak was not even half way to the record 33 wins in a row by the 1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers, the streak has set the Warriors atop the Western Conference with a 21-3 record on the season. Like the Undertaker’s undefeated streak at WrestleMania, Golden State’s streak was snapped before it could continue in the Bay Area. Before looking ahead for what will come next for the Warriors, here’s a look at some of the numbers behind their 16 game win streak on the secondary market.

  • SIX: Of the 16 games, only six were played at Oracle Arena.
  • $96.73: The average price for those home games against the Nets, Hornets, Jazz, Magic, Pelicans and Rockets.
  • $141.42: The season average for Warriors tickets at home on the secondary market is currently $141.42. That makes the six games during the win streak 31.6% below the season average.
  • $69.98: The lowest average price at home during the win streak was $69.98 on December 2 against the Orlando Magic, 50.5% below the season average.
  • $124.14: The most expensive average price at home during the win streak was $124.14 on December 10 against the Houston Rockets, still 12.2% below the season average.
  • 10: 10 of the 16 games were played away from Oakland.
  • $137.63: Across the 10 road games, the average price for Warriors games was $137.63, 42.3% above the home average during that time.
  • $244.41: On November 16, the average price at Staples Center against the Los Angeles Lakers was $244.41, the most expensive road game on the secondary market during the streak.
  • $52.87: The least expensive game on the road came in Detroit against the Pistons on November 30. with an average price of $52.87.

The Warriors will return to Oracle Arena on December 18 for a game against the Oklahoma City Thunder. The average price for the game is currently $201.93, 42.8% above the season average and 62.6% above the most expensive home game during the win streak. The most expensive game before the end of 2014 will come on December 22 against the Sacramento Kings with an average price of $239.42. Golden State has only lost once this season at home over a month ago, November 11 against the San Antonio Spurs.