A fast-paced, action-packed sport, full of points, drama and excitement, basketball is a thrilling spectacle to behold, and, from legendary household names such as the Los Angeles Lakers or the Chicago Bulls.
With cities such as New York, Toronto and Miami having teams, it can be a perfect way to watch the NBA as well as visiting one of these amazing locations. The question now is, which team do you want to watch?
Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O'Neal, Magic Johnson, and the NBA’s all-time leading scorer, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: over the years Los Angeles’ most iconic sports team have been represented by some of the sport’s most legendary names, and along with the Boston Celtics, are the most successful NBA team of all time.
The winner’s of the 2020 NBA championship, the Lakers play their home games at the state-of-the-art Staples Center in front of nearly 20,000 spectators, which invariably includes some of hollywood’s most famous faces (Denzel Washington, Leonardo DiCaprio and Jack Nicholson are just some of the many movie-stars who can be regularly found in attendance) and, though tickets are among the most expensive in the NBA, there is truly no better place on earth to watch live basketball!
The average price of a ticket for an NBA game is just under $100, though this varies dramatically depending on the team, seat location and the status of the particular game.
Although it is possible to buy tickets at the stadium on the day of the game, it is highly recommended that you book your ticket in advance in order to avoid disappointment.
There are currently 30 teams in the NBA.
The Cleveland Cavaliers currently have the cheapest tickets in the NBA, which can be as purchased for as low as $45.
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