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Knicks Travel To Houston For Cheapest Secondary Market Tickets This Week

After losing a heartbreaker to the Charlotte Hornets last week to a buzzer beating inbounds play, the New York Knicks had two games against two of the largest superstars in the league with upcoming games against the Cleveland Cavaliers and New Orleans Pelicans.

The Knicks were better than the Cavaliers for the majority of Friday night’s game, but a 24-12 quarter in favor of LeBron James and the Cavaliers resulted in a 90-84 Knicks loss. Two days later, New York had a matinee noon game against Anthony Davis and the Pelicans and survived the sluggish encounter. Carmelo Anthony and Davis played like superstars throughout the entire contest, finishing with 29 points, 13 rebounds and 36 points and 11 rebounds respectively.

This week, the Knicks have three games on the schedule as they sit in 12th place in the Eastern Conference with a 5-6 record. First, the Knicks have a rematch with Jeremy Lin and the Hornets at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday, November 17, followed by two weekend games. The first of which is at Chesapeake Energy Arena on November 20 when the Knicks face the Oklahoma City Thunder. The availability of Kevin Durant is still a question mark, as he is currently dealing with a hamstring injury. The next night, the Knicks play in the second night of a back-to-back as they head to the Toyota Center to face the Houston Rockets. There is a lot of star power in the two weekend games that the Knicks have to deal with.

According to, secondary market Knicks tickets are most expensive when they face the Thunder. Currently, the average ticket price is $161.71 with a get-in price of $18, with the Hornets home game on Tuesday ranking second with an average ticket price of $133.84 with a get-in price of $35. That leaves the game against the Rockets on November 21 as the cheapest game for the Knicks this week with an average ticket price of $116.45 and a get-in price of $23.

With a get-in price of $23 to see the Knicks face Harden, Howard and the Rockets, it is possible to set up a reasonably priced basketball weekend trip. has Houston flight deals to pair with a Houston hotel on Hipmunk starting from $67 to take in a game with at least three NBA All-Stars.

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