Knicks vs Nets highlight most expensive tickets in November

The Knicks have started the season surprisingly well, knocking off LeBron James in his return to Cleveland, while also defeating the Hornets at home this past weekend. A recent loss to the Wizards was less impressive, but it is clear that New York has the components of a playoff-caliber squad.

With Carmelo back on the court, it’s also a big desire for fans to grab their NYK tickets and see the team live during the early part of the season. Below is a breakdown of the cheapest and most expensive Knicks tickets you will be able to find in the month of November, according to ticket data provided from ScoreBig.

Cheapest – @ Milwaukee Bucks | November 18, 2014 | Average Ticket Price: $54.44 | Get-in Ticket Price: $7

Fans who can’t afford the high prices at Madison Square Garden should make sure to check out the Knicks on the road this season with several very inexpensive games. You won’t find many cheaper than this matchup, however, with New York Knicks versus Milwaukee Bucks tickets starting at just $7. That’s right, for the price of a hot dog you can get a seat into the arena.

Milwaukee has a very young team, though they do have some very good defenders down near the rim, highlighted by youngster Larry Sanders. If the Bucks can limit easy buckets and force long, defended shots, they’ll put themselves in position to steal a game against the Knicks.

Most Expensive – @ Brooklyn Nets | November 7, 2014 | Average Ticket Price: $316.67 | Get-in Ticket Price: $71

The battle of the boroughs is the most expensive ticket for the Knicks in the month of November. In just a few days the first meeting between new rivals Brooklyn and New York will occur and the average ticket price is just a tick under $320. It is the most expensive November game on both the Knicks and Brooklyn Nets schedule.

Brook Lopez is back on the hardwood for the Nets so he presents a significant problem down low for the Manhattan boys. Nonetheless, the Nets do not boast anyone nearly as talented as Carmelo with Deron Williams and Joe Johnson looking like shadows of their previous selves. If the Knicks can keep this an offensive battle, they have a very strong chance of walking out of the Barclays Center with a victory.

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