After being the most surprising team of the 2013-14 NBA season, the Suns look to get through the Western Conference gauntlet without having the luxury of sneaking up on its opponents. The Suns (28-23) are in the midst of a three-game skid but still are five games above .500 and have kept themselves in the Western Conference playoff race.
The Suns have an entertaining group led by second-year Head Coach Jeff Hornacek. They are one of the few teams to play the majority of games with three guards and as a result the pace of their games is above average. Goran Dragic, Eric Bledsoe and Isaiah Thomas lead the three-headed attack that is fourth in the NBA in scoring per game at 106.3.
It’s easy to imagine how entertaining a Suns game could be. The high tempo, three-point shooting club has the firepower to beat any team on any given night. As a result, Phoenix Suns tickets are averaging $183.35 for home games played during the 2015 calendar year according to Razorgator.
The Suns are five games over .500 at games played at the US Airways Center. Let’s take a closer look at their ticket value by breaking down their cheapest and most expensive February home games:
Most Expensive – 2/28/2015 vs. San Antonio Spurs | Avg: $196.54 | Get-in: $25
It’s nice to know basketball fans interested in attending the US Airways Center on February 28th appreciate well-played basketball, because that’s what you’re getting if you buy a ticket to this matchup. The defending NBA champion San Antonio Spurs are feeling the pressure as it is time for them to make a move to secure a playoff position. Their health as a team is the best it’s been all season, as Kawhi Leonard, Tim Duncan and Tony Parker are finally sharing consistent court time together.
The Spurs are currently fourth in the Southwest Division standings but have won eight of their last 10. The Suns are three games behind the Spurs albeit in a different division. The cheap walk-in price of just $25 to view two of the NBA’s best offenses is an amazing opportunity.
Cheapest – 2/10/2015 vs. Houston Rockets | Avg: $116.02 | Get-in: $11
All the ticket prices at the US Airways Center are healthy. There isn’t an average ticket price under $100 for any home game in February. This game deserves that attention, as possible MVP candidate James Harden comes into town. Expect the three-point line to be used more than usual, as the Rockets rank first in 3-pointers attempted and made, while the Suns are seventh in 3-pointers made and fifth in 3-pointers attempted. A get-in price of $11 is a value deal for Houston Rockets tickets and for fans who enjoy offensive basketball.