NBA Tickets

NBA tickets

NBA tickets are on sale now and you better act fast because the basketball season is heating up. Playing basketball in the biggest city on the planet, New York Knicks tickets are our perennial top NBA ticket in terms of demand. Dribbling in behind the Knicks, the Miami Heat and Los Angeles Lakers are always a hot ticket, with a star-sighting at a basketball game always a possibility. Other big market teams include the Brooklyn Nets and the Chicago Bulls, who are making big strides. If you want to see basketball at its finest, find Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors tickets. The past two NBA champions are on a collision course to meet in the NBA Finals for a third straight season.

It's all leading up to the NBA Finals, which is about as exciting an event as you will see in sports. And for those who want to see the game's biggest players, NBA All-Star Game tickets are also available for purchase.

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NBA Quick Facts

Current Champion:
Cleveland Cavaliers
Commissioner:Adam Silver
Most Titles:Boston Celtics

When it comes to professional sports, few leagues can claim to have as many transcendent athletes as the National Basketball Association. From LeBron James and Kobe Bryant to Dwight Howard and Kevin Durant, the NBA provides its fans with more star power than any other sport.

The league came to fruition in 1949, but the NBA has gone through plenty of changes since that point. The NBA began as just eight teams, but over the next 50 years has grown and evolved to 30 teams spanning North America. Over those years, many great players have stepped out onto the courts including players like Wilt Chamberlain, Bill Russell, Larry Bird, Michael Jordan, and Magic Johnson. The immense talent of generations past help influence today's generation which possibly features the most talent in league history.

Stars like LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Chris Paul and Dwight Howard have helped the NBA's popularity grow to all-time high. Fans hang on every play during the regular season and playoffs, watching their favorite players and teams battle it out to raise the Larry O'Brien Trophy at the end of the season.

The NBA remains one of the most popular sport leagues in the U.S. and around the world. With a new influx of players arriving from countries outside the U.S., the talent level in the league will continue to grow, which only means great things for fans everywhere!