Top 5 Most Affordable Games of the Week 1/23

Attending NBA games is usually a rare treat for fans because of the prices. Not to mention the price of food, beer, parking, souvenirs, etc,. However, I have compiled a list of the most affordable NBA games this week. It’s a great opportunity to see your favorite players without breaking the bank.

Jan 25 – Knicks @ Mavericks

If anyone understands the woes of unjustifiable ticket prices, it’s Knicks fans. If you happen to be a Knicks fan in Dallas, then you’re in luck because tickets for this Wednesday’s game start at just $10! That’s almost the same price as a small beer at Madison Square Garden! Even though the Mavericks are not exactly the top ranked team in the league, it is still a great value when you consider how much it usually costs to see the Knicks. The Knicks have also been playing their young guys more, and it has proven to be a smart move because they are a strong unit.

New York Knicks v Dallas Mavericks

Jan 25 – Thunder @ Pelicans

Russell Westbrook is having the best season of his career (despite his All-Star snub) averaging a triple-double. Kevin Durant’s exit from the Thunder lowered the value of their average ticket price, which is why this is a great time for Thunder fans to get in on the action. Tickets for this game also start at $8 and you’ll get to witness the potential MVP. New Orleans will also be hosting the 2017 NBA All-Star game and will feature the Pelican’s own Anthony Davis.

Oklahoma City Thunder v New Orleans Pelicans

Jan 25 – Raptors @ Grizzlies

This game is actually a fairly entertaining matchup. Toronto is currently the #2 team in the Eastern Conference while Memphis is #7. Tickets for this game start at just $4!!! You can’t really beat that price, and this week, no other game did! I don’t think I’ve ever seen an NBA ticket go for so little and I guarantee you this deal won’t last long.

DeMar DeRozan, Marc Gasol, Vince Carter, Zach Randolph, Amir Johnson

Jan 27 – Kings @ Pacers

Now I know these aren’t the big market teams that bring in top dollar ticket revenue, but at $11 per ticket, that’s a deal worth considering. The Pacers aren’t having the best season, but carry high potential. The Kings are an ok team, but you’ll get to see DeMarcus Cousins for what could possibly be his final season in Sacramento.


Jan 27 – Wizards @ Hawks

We finish off the list with the Wizards vs Hawks game. Both teams are relatively good and should be interesting to watch as they fight for higher Eastern Conference rankings. These tickets start at just $23, which is more than the other games on this list, but they are still fun to watch and worth it for the value.



That’s our list for this week’s most affordable NBA games. Subscribe to our email list for more updates on ticket prices, arena reviews, and much more! Follow us on Twitter @CourtsideBroker and never miss an update. Also be on the look out for our upcoming post on the 2017 NBA All-Star Weekend in New Orleans! You can check out our post on last year’s All-Star Weekend in Toronto here.