The Brooklyn Nets are one of four teams in the Eastern Conference fighting for the No. 8 and final playoff seed. Despite having some terrible stretches throughout the season. and still being 10 games under .500, the Nets find themselves just a half game back of the Boston Celtics. Brooklyn has had a mediocre month of March with a 5-7 record that included an important win over the Charlotte Hornets, who are also fighting hard for the No. 8 seed. But the Nets also suffered a damaging loss to the Boston Celtics this week with whom they don’t play again in the regular season.
Brooklyn has eight more home games at the Barclays Center on their remaining schedule and according to TicketIQ, Nets tickets have an average price of $129.89 for their remaining regular season home games. Their most expensive game during this stretch is their next home game this Friday against the Cleveland Cavaliers with tickets going for an average price of $377.18 on the secondary market, with the least expensive ticket to get in priced at $81.
Brooklyn’s most expensive remaining game is a 190% premium compared to their remaining regular season home average and the only remaining home game with tickets above an asking average price of over $300.
The Nets have a tough remaining schedule ahead including an important game with the Indiana Pacers on March 31, which represents the least expensive remaining game on the Nets home schedule. Nets vs Pacers tickets going for a current secondary average price of $94.14 and a get in price of $7.
After hosting the Pacers, the Nets home schedule doesn’t get any easier with some tough matchups with some of the better Eastern Conference foes such as the Toronto Raptors, Atlanta Hawks, Washington Wizards, and Chicago Bulls. The Nets won’t be favored to take the eighth seed, but still have a fighting chance.