Lakers, Warriors series will have record ticket prices

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With the first round of the NBA Playoffs officially in the books, the second round for arguably the most anticipated series between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Golden State Warriors begins on Tuesday night.

The Warriors will host the Lakers at the Chase Center in San Francisco on Tuesday night, with the defending NBA champions hoping to get off to a good start after their dramatic Game 7 victory over the Sacramento Kings last Sunday.

With the Lakers playing at a high level and advancing to the second round with a 40-point win over the Grizzlies and Stephen Curry following up with a 50-point performance against the Kings, everyone will be watching these two westerns. Desperate The conference heavyweights go head-to-head in a seven-game series.

According to NBA Central via Tick Picks, so much attention is being paid to this playoff series that ticket prices have skyrocketed.

It should come as no surprise that ticket prices will be incredibly high for this playoff series between the Warriors and Lakers, with two of the NBA’s most popular superstars meeting again post-season.

As expected, the Warriors are favorites to come out on top in this series and have homecourt advantage, with the first two games being played in San Francisco, before the series is shifted to Los Angeles for Game 3 and Game 4. Is.

With these two teams firing on all cylinders right now, this second round playoff series could go the distance and could be the best postseason series for these storied franchises with Curry and James.

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