The Golden State Warriors are fast becoming one of the most exciting teams in the NBA. Lead by a star backcourt of Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry – dubbed the Splash Brothers – the team has some of the best shooters in the league. But the team has topped out the last few years as a good, but not great team. They’ve been too injury prone, with their best frontcourt players, David Lee and Andrew Bogut, missing important postseason games.
Over their history the Warriors haven’t been a particularly good team. Their climb has been one of the most impressive and unexpected in the league, and the prices for Golden State Warriors tickets on the secondary market have yet to match the expectations. So far the most expensive games on the Warriors schedule are against the Los Angeles Lakers and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Both teams have been big draws as road teams this year, but neither ticket is overly expensive in Golden State.
The most expensive game so far on the schedule is against the Cavs with a $344.46 average. The game even has a $114 get-in price, which is higher than the average price for some other games on the schedule. No other game is over $300, and the Lakers games are the only ones that even top $200.