NBA Finals Update: Curry and the Warriors Look to Bounce Back

After an impressive overtime win in Game 2 by the Cavs, the series is all tied up as we head to Game 3 in Cleveland tonight. The MVP Steph Curry will look to bounce back from an uncharacteristically poor shooting performance as Cleveland hosts their first NBA Finals game since Game 3 of the 2007 NBA Finals against the San Antonio Spurs. Let’s take a look at how the games so far have affected demand and ticket prices:

2015 NBA Finals

Cleveland Cavaliers at Golden State Warriors Game 1: $1,502

Cleveland Cavaliers at Golden State Warriors Game 2: $1,542

Golden State Warriors at Cleveland Cavaliers Game 3: $1,187

Golden State Warriors at Cleveland Cavaliers Game 4: $1,332

Cleveland Cavaliers at Golden State Warriors Game 5: $1,601

If Necessary Games:

Golden State Warriors at Cleveland Cavaliers Game 6: $1,564

Cleveland Cavaliers at Golden State Warriors Game 7: $1,979

Tonight’s average ticket price has dropped pretty significantly as it was $1,435 just a week ago. The cheapest ticket available for tonight’s game on StubHub is currently $455 with 120 listings left. For the first time in NBA history, games 1 and 2 of the Finals went into overtime. Will we see it again tonight?

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