Miami Heat 2013-14 Season
10/29/13 – Can anyone beat the Heat? Or will we see a three-peat? LeBron is projected to repeat as MVP and the Heat are expected to win another NBA Championship this season. While Miami Heat tickets at American Airlines Arena are third highest in the league
(averaging $274, up 58% since last year), the Heat are the most expensive road team in the NBA. Love ‘em or hate ‘em, everyone wants to see ‘em; in fact the Heat highlight the Top 5 NBA games
this season, being the away team in four of the five matchups. The first must-see road game of the year, comes on Christmas Day against the Los Angeles Lakers; tickets to watch LeBron vs. Kobe cost an average of $615, $172 more than the Lakers vs. Heat game at AAA on 1/23. The January matchup in Miami is the most expensive game on the Heat’s home schedule. The most anticipated matchup of the regular season will be played at Madison Square Garden against the Miami Heat and New York Knicks on 2/1. The second game of four between the top-selling team in the NBA and the reigning NBA Champs is also the top seller entering the season. When the Knicks come to Miami later in the season, tickets are cheaper, averaging $416 (2/27) and $394 (4/6). Every team in the NBA is chasing the Miami Heat again in 2013 which heightens competition, increases demand, and ultimately raises the price of tickets
8/8/13 - The Heat won their second straight championship last season and are showing no sign of slowing down. Despite using their amnesty on sharpshooter Mike Miller, the Heat improved their shallow frontcourt with the signing of former #1 pick Greg Oden. Lebron James, Dwyane Wade, and company open the NBA season with a home game against the Bulls and a healthy return Derrick Rose. Their first NBA Finals rematch against the Spurs comes on 1/26 at the American Airlines Arena.
3/29/13 - The Heat clinched a top seed in the Eastern Conference with a win over the New Orleans Hornets. The Big 3 and the Miami Heat dominated in March and finished with the most wins by any team during a single month in NBA history.
3/22/13 - The Miami Heat are one of six NBA teams who have clinched a Playoff berth and the first to clinch their Division. Currently on a 24-game winning streak, Miami has the hottest ticket on the secondary market averaging $376 for the remainder of the season. The most expensive game left on the Heat schedule is against the New York Knicks with a get-in price of $114. NBA Playoffs First Round tickets at American Airlines Arena are averaging $461. Watch the Heat live as they try and break the Lakers' 33-game winning streak.
Say what you want about LeBron James, but his arrival in Miami has turned the Miami Heat into a permanent contender for the NBA title. Along with his teammates Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, James and the Heat have made two forays into the NBA Finals, being blitzed by Dirk Nowitzki and the Dallas Mavericks in 2011, and then getting the job done over the athletic but young Oklahoma City Thunder in 2012. If anyone thought that LBJ couldn't get any better or more motivated once winning his first title with the Heat, guess again — he leads the team in not only points per game, but rebounding, steals AND assists. (Bosh leads in blocked shots). Mario Chalmers and Udonis Haslem are generally in the starting lineup along with the Big Three, while veteran Ray Allen is the valuable sixth man off the bench. If Erik Spoelstra's team has a weakness, it is in general their rebounding, as they currently stand dead last in the league, 30th out of 30 teams in rebounds per game.
But if the Heat keep playing the way they are, the fans who occupy the seats at the American Airlines Arena have little to worry about, except what to wear to the parade through South Beach. Miami Heat tickets at home average $183, currently the fourth most expensive NBA tickets behind the Los Angeles Lakers, New York Knicks and Oklahoma City Thunder. Cheap Heat tickets at AA Arena can be found in the 300 and 400 levels for less than $50. The Miami Heat continue to be most popular visiting team in the NBA during the 2013 season. On the road, the price of Heat basketball tickets averages $233, almost $40 more per ticket than the second most popular road team, the Los Angeles Lakers. What are the hottest Miami Heat tickets in South Beach? The 2013 Miami Heat schedule features matchups with the Memphis Grizzlies,
Orlando Magic, Indiana Pacers and New York Knicks.