The 2014-15 Milwaukee Bucks are having their best season since 2009-10. With a 21-19 record, they've already surpassed their win total for the 2013-14 season of 15 and are currently in fifth place in the Eastern Conference. The Bucks even have a better record than the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The most expensive home game left on the Bucks' schedule is against LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers on April 8th. Currently, tickets are going for $190.42, on average, on the secondary ticket market while the get-in price is just $28. It's the third-to-last home game of the season for the Bucks and could have NBA playoff seeding implications.
The least expensive home game on the schedule is against the Utah Jazz on January 22nd. Fans can get in to the game for just $6 and tickets are averaging $40 on the secondary ticket market. While the Jazz aren't in any position to compete for a playoff spot right now, Bucks fans will be able to appreciate Utah's Gordon Hayward, who is having a great season. Hayward is currently averaging 18.9 points and 4 assists per game.
As previously mentioned, the Bucks are in prime position to make the playoffs. In the Eastern Conference, teams don't even need a winning record to sneak into the playoffs so Milwaukee is doing well considering they are above .500. The Bucks haven't had a playoff season in a couple of years so getting into the 2015 playoffs would be a huge step in rebuilding this franchise. Jabari Parker, who was drafted No. 2 overall by the Bucks, is unfortunately out for the season with an injury so Milwaukee ownership certainly can see things are going in the right direction even without their future star.