It's a situation the Golden State Warriors weren't expecting to find themselves in this postseason - flustered, lacking offensive production and eyeing a 3-1 series deficit. Between Stephen Curry's shooting woes and the tandem of Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, the Thunder got the best of the Warriors in Game 3 and need just two more wins to upset the record-setting team en route to their first Finals appearance since 2012.
Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals will be held on Tuesday night, and for fans still searching for tickets, prices continue to drop in the hours before tipoff. According to TicketIQ the average price for Game 4 Thunder tickets against the Warriors is now $376.38 on the secondary market. That marks a 29.2% drop from Sunday's average of $531.82. The cheapest ticket is currently listed from $101.
Ticket prices for Game 5 back in Oakland on Thursday are also dropping quickly. The average resale price for Warriors tickets to the potential series-clinching game is now $538.36, down 9.9% from Sunday's average of $597.80. The average price has more than halved since the Warriors clinched over the Portland Trail Blazers back on May 11, when tickets averaged $1,077.66. The get-in price is $196.
Should the series extend to Game 6 at Chesapeake Energy Arena Saturday, the average price will exceed the $750 mark on the secondary market. As it stands now, Thunder vs Warriors Game 6 tickets own an average of $758.36, a 41% increase from Game 5 at Oracle Arena. Tickets start from $251. A potential Game 7 in Oakland on Monday currently surpasses the $800 average on the secondary market and owns a $328 get-in price.