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2020-21 NBA Regular Season Schedule
With the NBA preseason tipping off on December 11, basketball fans are very excited to see the league return just two months after crowning the Los Angeles Lakers the 2019-20 champions. The preseason will continue until December 19, and then the first half of the regular season will be played from December 22 to March 4.
The league’s season will be split by the All-Star break from March 5 to 10. Unfortunately, the NBA All-Star Game will not be played in 2021. Indianapolis was planning on hosting this season’s All-Star Game, but it will end up having the 2024 All-Star Game. Indianapolis will still be the hotbed of basketball in 2021, as the 2021 NCAA Tournament is expected to be played in full in the capital of Indiana.
The schedule for the second half of the season has yet to be released. The second half will span from March 11 to May 16, and the NBA’s first official play-in tournament will be from May 18 to 21. The 2020-21 NBA champion will be crowned at the conclusion of the playoffs, which will be played from May 22 to July 22.
At the beginning of the season, the Atlanta Hawks, Memphis Grizzlies, Oklahoma City Thunder, and Utah Jazz have announced that they will be hosting fans.
Where To Buy 2020-21 NBA Tickets
Depending on the team, primary market face value tickets for the 2020-21 NBA season can be purchased on Ticketmaster and StubHub.
Secondary market tickets will also be available, and TicketIQ will have Fee-Free NBA tickets with a Refund Guarantee, which states that in the event an event is canceled or deemed unfit for fans to attend, TicketIQ will refund ticket buyers in as soon as 15 days. That means that you can buy from TicketIQ worry-free.
Which NBA Teams Are Hosting Fans
|Atlanta Hawks||Yes (Starting on Jan 18th)||1700 (10%)|
|Cleveland Cavaliers||Yes||1944 (10%)|
|Golden State Warriors||No||--|
|Houston Rockets||Yes||4500 (25%)|
|Indiana Pacers||Yes||4500 (25%)|
|Los Angeles Clippers||No||--|
|Los Angeles Lakers||No||--|
|Miami Heat||Yes (Starting on Jan 28th)||Less than 2000|
|New Orleans Pelicans||Yes||750 (4.5%)|
|New York Knicks||No||--|
|Oklahoma City Thunder||No||--|
|Orlando Magic||Yes||4000 (21.2%)|
|Portland Trail Blazers||No||--|
|San Antonio Spurs||Yes (Starting on Jan 1st)||--|
|Toronto Raptors||Yes||3800 (18.5%)|
|Utah Jazz||Yes||1500 (8%)|
2020 Regular Season Update
UPDATE (6/12): Shams Charania is reporting the expected dates for the restart of the NBA season:
- July 30-Aug. 14: Seeding games
- Aug.15-16: Play-in tournaments
- Aug. 17: Playoffs begin
- Aug. 30: Family/guests of teams arrive
- Aug. 31-Sept. 13: Conf. Semifinals
- Sept. 15-Sept. 28: Conf. Finals
- Sept. 30-Oct. 13: NBA Finals
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Top Five Price Increases
Toronto Raptors: The biggest mover among teams that had a price increase between the start of the season and the midway point, Raptors tickets rose nearly 44% from $178 to $256. In terms of overall rankings, Toronto moved from the No. 10 most expensive ticket to No. 5.
Boston Celtics: The Celtics had a first-half increase of almost 22%, moving them from having the No. 5 most priciest ticket to No. 3, behind only the Golden State Warriors and Los Angeles Lakers, the only two teams with ticket averages higher than $500. Boston tickets cost an average of $274 now, versus $225 at the start of the season.
Portland Trail Blazers: Portland isn’t fighting for a spot among the Top 10 priciest tickets, but the average asking price jumped nearly 21%, the third biggest increase, and that moved the Blazers from having one of the cheapest tickets in the league to the middle of the pack. The Blazers started the season ranked No. 27 in terms of ticket price with a $92 average asking price, but moved up six spots to No. 21 with a $111 average asking price.
Milwaukee Bucks: Milwaukee’s 15% increase in average asking price put it among the Top 10 most expensive tickets in the league. Currently ranked No. 9 in terms of price, the average asking price for a Bucks ticket moved from $153 to $176 during the first half. Milwaukee started the season ranked No. 12 in terms of average asking price.
Golden State Warriors: The priciest ticket in the NBA got even pricier during the first half. The Warriors started the season ranked No. 1 in terms of average asking price and stayed there, as the average asking price moved from $463 at the start of the season to $522 at the midway point. The only other team with an average asking price of more than $500 is the Los Angeles Lakers, who are currently commanding $514.
Just missing the top five: Los Angeles Lakers (+11.3%), Houston Rockets (+9.9%), Dallas Mavericks (9.7%)
Bottom Five Price Drops
Chicago Bulls: The Bulls are first in the NBA … but in a category they probably don’t want to lead. The average asking price for a Chicago ticket dropped just over 50% in the first half, from $247 to $123. The Bulls started the season with the fourth priciest ticket in the league and, but dropped 15 spots and were ranked No. 19 by the midway point.
Sacramento Kings: Not far behind the Bulls, Sacramento watched its average asking price plummet by just under 50% through the first half. Ranked No. 18 at the start of the season with a $127 average asking price, a Kings ticket is now averaging $64, making it the second cheapest in the league.
Detroit Pistons: The average asking price for a Pistons ticket was the cheapest in the NBA at the start of the season and again at the midway point. But the average asking price hasn’t been static – it fell nearly 24% from $76 to $58 between the start of the season and February 7th.
San Antonio Spurs: With a drop of nearly 22 percent in average asking price, San Antonio had the fourth biggest decline in ticket prices during the first half of the season. The Spurs started the season ranked No. 7 in terms of average asking price, and are now ranked No. 12 as prices fell from $197 to $154.
Philadelphia 76ers: Philadelphia is till in the Top 10 in terms of average asking price, but just by a hair. The Sixers watched ticket prices fall just over 11% from $192 at the start of the season to $170 by February 7th. Philadelphia was ranked No. 8 in terms of average asking price at the start of the season, but was at No. 10 by the halfway point.
Just missing the bottom five: Charlotte Hornets (-11.4%), New Orleans Pelicans (-10.7%), Washington Wizards (-10.6%)