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See Every NBA Team This Season for Less Than $225

Published Nov 16, 2018 / by Alejandro Aviles

With the NBA season in full swing, there are going to be plenty of great matchups all season long. Here at not only have we found a way to see some great matchups throughout the season, but we have found a way to see every NBA team play this season. Oh, and the best part? It will only cost you $219 to see all 30 teams! From November through March you can travel to 15 different NBA arenas across the country and see all your favorite players play. The $219 only covers the tickets to the games, so if you do partake in this trip you would need to consider travel and lodging expenses.

11/27Atlanta Hawks at Miami HeatAmerican Airlines Arena - Miami$13
11/28Chicago Bulls at Milwaukee BucksFiserv Forum - Milwaukee$13
12/4Sacramento Kings at Phoenix SunsTalking Stick Resort Arena - Phoenix$9
12/12New York Knicks at Cleveland CavaliersQuicken Loans Arena - Cleveland$5
12/19Utah Jazz at Houston RocketsToyota Center - Houston$14
1/8Minnesota Timberwolves at Oklahoma City ThunderChesapeake Energy Arena - Oklahoma City$11
1/15Golden State Warriors at Denver NuggetsPepsi Center - Denver$40
1/21Detroit Pistons at Washington WizardsCapital One Arena - Washington, D.C.$7
1/22Los Angeles Clippers at Dallas MavericksAmerican Airlines Center - Dallas$5
1/23Toronto Raptors at Indiana PacersBankers Life Fieldhouse - Indianapolis$8
1/28Brooklyn Nets at Boston CelticsTD Garden - Boston$29
2/1Memphis Grizzlies at Charlotte HornetsSpectrum Center - Charlotte$6
2/7San Antonio Spurs at Portland Trail BlazersModa Center - Portland$12
3/5 Orlando Magic at Philadelphia 76ersWells Fargo Center - Philadelphia$12
3/31Los Angeles Lakers at New Orleans PelicansSmoothie King Center - New Orleans$35

    Featured Games: 

    11/28—Chicago Bulls at Milwaukee Bucks 

    Looking at the two teams’ records you would think that this game might not have much to offer. However, consider this, the Bulls and the Bucks are division rivals and they will be playing in the newest NBA arena, the Fiserv Forum. The Bucks feature superstar, and potential MVP candidate, Giannis Antetokounmpo, also known as the “Greek Freak”, while the Bulls feature Zach Lavine, one of the leading scorers in the NBA. This game should be high-scoring and it will be a great game to kick off the trip. 

    1/8—Minnesota Timberwolves at Oklahoma City Thunder 

    Another game you should be marking down on your calendars is the matchup between the Minnesota Timberwolves and the Oklahoma City Thunder. These two teams will square off in the new year, and all eyes will be on the Thunder’s superstar point guard, Russell Westbrook. His main opposition will be Timberwolves’ point guard and former MVP, Derrick Rose, who is having a career rejuvenation. This game features two former MVP point guards from the same draft class—what’s not to love?

    1/15—Golden State Warriors at Denver Nuggets

    At the time of this writing the Golden State Warriors and the Denver Nuggets are the top two teams in the Western Conference. This happens to be the most affordable game to see the Warriors all season, and it is a plus that this game is such a great matchup. The Warriors are the modern NBA dynasty, while the Nuggets are one of 29 other teams that are trying to figure out how to beat the Warriors. The Nuggets have been a pleasant surprise this season and this game will probably be a lot closer than you might expect. 

    1/23—Toronto Raptors at Indiana Pacers 

    The Toronto Raptors went out and traded for Kawhi Leonard, and so far, it has turned out to be a great move. The Indiana Pacers are perennial playoff contenders, and another postseason berth looks possible behind the play of star guard Victor Oladipo. This is a great game to see because it could be a potential playoff matchup down the road. 

    3/31—Los Angeles Lakers at New Orleans Pelicans 

    The last game on the trip features Lebron James and the Los Angeles Lakers traveling to New Orleans to take on Anthony Davis and the New Orleans Pelicans. This also happens to be the most affordable game to see the Lakers play, and it features a great matchup between two top-5 players. What better way to end the trip, than by seeing arguably the greatest current player square off against another superstar?

    For the die-hard NBA fan this trip is absolutely perfect because you can see every NBA team play over the course of 5 months, and all for under $225. If you go to any or all of the games on this list be sure to let us know, and don’t forget to Rate Your Seats!

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