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Knicks Open December With Winnable Games Against 76ers, Nets

After enjoying the extended Thanksgiving Day weekend, the New York Knicks will be starting up their December schedule for the 2015-16 NBA regular season.

Before the month ends, the Knicks try and start a new winning streak that was recently snapped by the Miami Heat with a road game against the Orlando Magic on November 25th, followed by back-to-back home games against the Heat on November 27th and the Houston Rockets on November 29th.

The Knicks open the month of December with three games in the opening week. With information for secondary market Knicks tickets provided by, below is average price and get-in price numbers for the first week in the final calendar month of 2015.

12/2/2015 | New York Knicks vs. Philadelphia 76ers | Madison Square Garden | Average Price: $182.46 | Get-in Price: $33

12/4/2015 | New York Knicks vs. Brooklyn Nets | Madison Square Garden | average Price: $253.86 | Get-in Price: $68

12/5/2015 | Milwaukee Bucks vs. New York Knicks | BMO Harris Bradley Center | Average Price: $90.77 | Get-in Price: $12

The buzz is back at Madison Square Garden, which is indicated by some of their average ticket prices for home games against poor competition. The average ticket price against the winless 76ers is $182.46 with a get-in price of $33 to take the middle spot of the three games.

The intracity rivalry continues with the Brooklyn Nets (3-11) two nights later at Madison Square Garden with an average ticket price of over $150 and a get-in price of nearly $70. Round-trip flights to Milwaukee on are around $250 and would cost nearly the same as attending the game against the Nets.

The Bucks have the lowest average ticket price of the three games in the first week of December with an average price of $90.77 and a get-in price of only $12. The Bucks and Knicks may wind up competing for one of the lower seeds in the Eastern Conference playoff picture, so although it’s early in the season these type of games are important at any time during the regular season.

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