Oklahoma City Thunder Most Expensive Remaining Home Opponent For Pacers In Regular Season

How things have changed for the Indiana Pacers in the last year. They’ve gone from being the No. 1 seed the Eastern Conference last season to now possibly not even reaching the postseason. However, injuries have hampered this team’s ability to play well on a consistent basis. The Pacers have had an up and down season, including a crazy month of March. They started the month with a six-game winning streak, but then responded with a six-game losing streak. The losses were just recently snapped with a win over the Wizards in their last outing. The Pacers playoffs chances are still alive, but have one of the tougher remaining home schedules compared to the other three teams in the east competing for the No. 8 seed.

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Pacers tickets on the secondary market will be very affordable for their remaining regular season games at home with tickets having an average price of $102.84. Their most expensive game remaining at Banker’s Life Fieldhouse is when they host the Oklahoma City Thunder on April 12. Pacers vs Thunder tickets for this game have a current average price of $142.85 on the secondary market, with the least expensive ticket to get-in priced at $14.

The Pacers’ most expensive remaining home game has a 38% premium compared to the Pacers remaining regular season home average, but the Pacers still have three remaining home games on their schedule with tickets on the secondary market going for an average asking price of under $100.

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Indiana has a tough stretch of games coming to end the regular season with their next home game going up against Dallas, followed by two must win games on the road against teams fighting for the No. 8 seed. Those games will come against the Brooklyn Nets next Tuesday and the Boston Celtics the following day on Wednesday. The Pacers end their home season against the Thunder and Wizards, respectively.

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