Fans of the San Antonio Spurs so far have endured another season of excellent consistency in the face of adversity. With minimal offseason changes and their big three of Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, and Manu Ginobili another year older, their place in the standings seem to defy time once again. Spurs tickets for the second half should be a hot commodity and here’s a look at the top 5 games of the 2nd half in terms of secondary market ticket prices.
The first and highest profile game of the second half of the season is the 2013 NBA finals rematch vs the Miami Heat. That game is on March 6th and fans should be eager to make their way to the AT&T Center for this one. The average ticket price for this game is $246 though fans could get in for as low as $57. Even with questionable rosters on both sides as Dwyane Wade has sat many games this season to rest his questionable knees. The chance to see this finals rematch with LeBron James is well worth the price.
The Spurs then face off against the Los Angeles Lakers on March 14th. The average ticket price for this game is $213 which may seem steep for a team with such an injury plagued roster but the lowest get-in price is only $25. A good deal considering this possible may be one of the last times for Spurs fans see longtime nemesis Steve Nash come to San Antonio. It is unknown Kobe Bryant will be healthy to play this game but if this is a concern for you the Lakers come into town a month later on April 16th. The average price for that game cheaper at $164 but with a similar get-in price as the March game at $26.
On April 2nd the Spurs play the resurgent Golden State Warriors who will look to climb up the standings in the western conference. Having lost to the Spurs in 6 games in the semi-finals of the playoffs last year, Stephen Curry will look to make a statement win with this game. For die-hard fans this game is a must see. This game is a bargain with an average ticket price of 86$ and a get-in price of only $4.
The last important home game Spurs fans should attend is the one verse the Phoenix Suns on April 11th. Initially projected by many to be the worst team in the west the Phoenix Suns led by new coach Jeff Hornacek and guard Goran Dragic have been a true Cinderella team all year. This game has an average ticket price of $86 and fans can be able to get in for as low as $4. This preview of a potential first-round match-up is game that Spurs fans should not miss.