Cavaliers Most Expensive, Celtics Least Expensive Remaining Games On Knicks Home Schedule

February 2, 2015

The New York Knicks can’t wait for this season to be over, as it has been a disappointing year and one of the worst seasons in franchise history.  In the first season under head coach Derek Fisher and President of Basketball Operations Phil Jackson, the Knicks have only managed to win nine games so far and have the most losses in the league.  Phil Jackson is going to have his hands full as he tries to rebuild Knicks franchise into a championship contender.


According to TicketIQ, the most expensive game on the Knicks’ remaining home schedule is a February 22 meeting with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Knicks vs Cavaliers tickets have a current average price of $348.07 on the secondary market, a 91.2% premium compared to the Knicks’ home average for future games, which is $181.97. The get-in price for this game is $88.

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The least expensive game on the Knicks home schedule is a February 3 meeting against the division rival Boston Celtics. Celtics vs Knicks tickets for this Tuesday night game have a current secondary average price of $132.48, 27.1% below the Knicks’ home average. The get-in price for next Tuesday’s game is $20.