Following a 37-win season as the New York Knicks failed to the reach the playoffs, there are many questions surrounding the franchise. One is whether Phil Jackson, in his first year as team president, has done enough to put a good supporting cast around a returning Carmelo Anthony considering they had little financial flexibility to work with this off season. Still, with new head coach Derek Fisher’s newly installed defensive principles and Phil Jackson’s famed triangle system, the team hopes Carmelo Anthony can lead a new look roster back into playoff contention.
Below is a preview of secondary market prices for New York Knicks tickets during the opening week of the season, according to TiqIQ.
10/29/14 vs Chicago Bulls | Avg. Price: $421.81 | Get-in Price: $132
The New York Knicks will be tested right away as they kick off their season Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden to take on the Chicago Bulls, who are projected to be one of the elite teams in the Eastern Conference. The Knicks will look to make a statement with a dominant season opening win over the Bulls who will be at full strength with the return of Derrick Rose following two injury plagued seasons.
This is the first of three meetings between these two teams as New York will have plenty of opportunities prove their worth against the best teams in the Eastern Conference. Season opening Knicks tickets against the Bulls have a current average price of $421.81 with a get-in price of $132.
11/2/14 vs Charlotte Hornets | Avg. Price: $186.82 | Get-in Price: $48
The Knicks have another home game this week at Madison Square Garden where they will host an up and coming Charlotte Hornets team on November 2. The game is significantly less expensive than the home opener on Wednesday for this Sunday Eastern Conference matchup. Knicks tickets for this game have a current average price of $186.82 on the secondary market with a get-in price of $48.