While Knicks tickets remain the most expensive in the NBA, prices have dropped 16 percent since the start of the season. The Nets, with their 6-14 start, are down even further, with a price drop of 21 percent since the season began.
With a good amount of star power, a Finals run last season, and as one of the most successful modern teams, they bring a lot to the table. The Pacers come in second place, as they have even cheaper tickets, and nearly equal interestingness.
Will "one-stop shopping" for NBA tickets under the Ticketmaster model will promote fan choice or kill it. Season ticket holders and all NBA fans should be asking teams and the league some hard questions about this deal
Stern and the NBA's owners claim the league lost nearly $400 million last season. Stern argues that changes need to be made to the collective bargaining agreement. Specifically, players have to accept less money.