Welcome to another season of the Larry Sanders show. He along with new head coach Larry Drew and the additions of guards O.J. Mayo and Brandon Knight will be enjoyable for fans to watch this season. The average price of their home tickets is just $89 per game, a 24% increase over last year’s $72 average for Milwaukee Bucks tickets. And without further ado, these are the five highest-priced NBA games at the BMO Harris Bradley Center this season:
1) March 29th – Miami Heat – Average Price: $218 – Get-in Price: $40 – 144% Above Home Average
How can you not see the brilliance of LeBron James for a get-in price of $40? The two-time defending champion Miami Heat travel to the Brew City for this Saturday night contest. Heading into 2013-14, the Bucks have lost six consecutive games to the Heat, but Milwaukee will look to upset Miami in this one.
2) March 27th – Los Angeles Lakers – Average Price: $184 – Get-in Price: $15 – 107% Above Home Average
In the game before the one against the Heat, the Bucks host Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers. This will be Kobe’s 18th season, so one hopes that he will be healthy enough throughout the season so you can see him in this Thursday night contest in late March. At this point in the season, the Bucks and Lakers could both be fighting for playoff position in their respective conference.
3) January 10 – Chicago Bulls – Average Price: $168 – Get-in Price: $18 – 89% Above Home Average
The first Bucks Friday night game of the new year will feature Derrick Rose and the Chicago Bulls. In each of his last three games in Milwaukee, Rose has recorded at least 25 points and 10 assists. He will look to continue that trend as he will play against the Bucks on the road for the first time since March 2012.
4) March 1st – Brooklyn Nets – Average Price: $168 – Get-in Price: $12 – 89% Above Home Average
To start off the month of March, the Brooklyn Nets will be at the Bradley Center. First-year head coach Jason Kidd as well as newly acquired forwards Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett will be in town as a possible playoff preview. The get-in price to see these championship contenders is just $12 with an average ticket cost of $168, which is 89 percent above the home average.
5) February 8th – Houston Rockets – Average Price: $161 – Get-in Price: $12 – 81% Above Home Average
In addition, for $12, you can see the Bucks host the Houston Rockets. Dwight Howard is ready to make his imprint on the Western Conference after he did not mesh very well with the Lakers. James Harden and Kevin McHale will look to build on last year’s successes by winning a playoff series this time around. You can see this postseason contender for the average price of $161, which is 81 percent above the home average.
The Bucks are in search of their second consecutive playoff appearance, but hoping for their first postseason series victory in over a decade. The newcomers to this team will try their best to get to that goal. Remember, for the best deals on Milwaukee Bucks tickets always check out TiqIQ.com.