The Houston Rockets have proved throughout the season to be one of the elite teams in the Western Conference. They have been led to this point by MVP candidate James Harden. The Rockets are currently third in the West standings and second in the Southwest Division, trailing the Grizzlies by 2.5 games. Houston will look to make a run at the top spot in the West, but their schedule looking forward is not easy. Here are the top 3 Rockets tickets on the secondary market for their remaining home schedule.
3/1/15 vs Cleveland Cavaliers | Avg. Price: $205.87 | Get-in Price: $73
The good news for Rockets fans is that tickets on the secondary market will be very affordable for the remainder home games at the Toyota Center with only one game with tickets that have an average asking price over $200. The Rockets’ most expensive game is an important game against the Cleveland Cavaliers in their lone visit of the season. Rockets tickets for this game are going for a secondary average price of $205.87, with a get-in price of $73.
4/10/15 vs San Antonio Spurs | Avg. Price: $189.67 | Get-in Price: $49
On April 10, the Houston Rockets host the defending champion San Antonio Spurs at the Toyota Center. The Spurs are currently struggling and have yet to win a game since the All-Star break. Rockets tickets for this matchup are going for an average price of $189.67 on the secondary market, with the least expensive ticket to get-in priced at $49.
3/21/15 vs Phoenix Suns | Avg. Price: $146.51 | Get-in Price: $19
The Houston Rockets, on March 21, host another west team that is currently struggling in the Phoenix Suns. Phoenix lost the eighth seed to Oklahoma City Thunder and now are just hoping to win games after losing eight of their last 10. Rockets tickets against the Suns have a current secondary average price of $146.51, with a get-in price of $19.