The latest Battle of the Boroughs will be played at Barclays Center on Sunday night. Both the Nets and Knicks have struggled this season, but it appears that interest is still high to see the teams clash in Brooklyn this weekend.
According to TicketIQ, Sunday’s game will be the sixth most expensive meeting between the teams since the Nets moved to Barclays Center in 2012. The average resale price for Nets vs. Knicks tickets in Brooklyn is now $280 – the highest average price since a February 19, 2016 meeting ($357).
For fans looking just to get past the gates, the cheapest available Nets vs. Knicks tickets are fetching for $60 each in Section 220. The cheapest 100-level seats are currently listed from $143 each in Section 31. The most expensive seats are going for a cool $3,594 each in Section 19.
The two teams met in their priciest game in Brooklyn on November 26, 2012. That would serve as the first meeting between the Nets and Knicks at Barclays Center, with tickets averaging $486 and the get-in price starting from $146. Only one other regular season game at Barclays Center has posted a higher resale average since 2012. That came on December 6, 2015 against the Warriors, where tickets owned a $527 average.
The Nets return home to host the Knicks following a seven-game road trip that ends in Dallas on Friday night. They own a league-worst 11-52 record entering their matchup with the Mavericks and have gone 0-10 against divisional opponents this season. The Knicks have experienced similar stretches of inconsistency, going 4-6 over their last 10 games and 26-39 overall.
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