Matchup WIth Eighth Seeded Thunder Is Most Expensive Remaining Game For Suns

The Phoenix Suns had a lead for the No. 8 seed in Western Conference for some time. However a terrible month in February in which they only won three games set this team back. They now are slowly crawling back to get a hold of the final playoff spot again.  However, the Suns remain three games back of the Oklahoma City Thunder for the final playoff seed in the West with just 10 games remaining on their schedule.  While it’s not impossible for Phoenix to take back the eighth seed, the odds are not in their favor especially considering how tough the next 10 games will be for the Suns.


According to TicketIQ, Suns tickets on the secondary market have an average price of $164.06 for their remaining home season average.  Their most expensive game will be an important meeting with the Thunder this Sunday at the US Airways Center.  Suns tickets for Sunday’s game are going for an average price of $198.05 on the secondary market, with the least expensive ticket to get in priced at $20.  Suns tickets against the Thunder will see a 20% premium compared to the Suns remaining regular season home average. The Suns will be on the road for six of their final ten regular season games.

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The Suns’ next four games are brutal with two games with Portland Trail Blazers, who are right now struggling but are fourth in West, a game with Thunder this Sunday as OKC has won seven of their last ten games, and a game with Golden State Warriors, the best team in the west. on April 7.

Phoenix goes on a four game road trip starting on April 7 and will have to face difficult to beat teams like the Hawks and Spurs and then finally return home for their season finale against the Clippers on April 14.

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