It’s been another disappointing season for the Los Angeles Lakers, as the franchise can now focus on rebuilding their franchise to a respectable position for next season. The Lakers have only won 13 games so far and now with Kobe Bryant out for the remainder of the season with a torn rotator cuff, the Lakers are likely to be heading towards one of the worst records in the league.
Despite a lost season, Lakers tickets continue to be in high demand as the most expensive game on the Lakers remaining schedule is a February 22 matchup with longtime rival the Boston Celtics. Lakers vs Celtics tickets for this game have a current average price of $229.01 on the secondary market, a 31% premium compared the Lakers’ home average for future games. The least expensive ticket to get into this game is $27.
All of the remaining home games for the Lakers will have ticket at an asking average price of over $100, but the least expensive game will be against the Philadelphia 76ers on March 22 at the Staples Center as tickets have a current secondary market average price of $138.72, 20.6% below the Lakers home average. The get-in price for this game is priced at $15.