Determining average prices for tickets and other costs at sports events is enormously complicated. But Team Marketing Report keeps doing it, and we keep reporting it.
So, here goes:
TMR said this past week that average non-premium NBA tickets have dropped for the second season in a row, by an average of 2.5 percent.
The Lakers lead the league with an average of $95.21, followed by the Knicks at $88.66, with the Celtics a distant third at $68.55.
The Nets? Officially, they average $40.50 in their first year at the Rock.
But as of Friday, StubHub had tickets available for Sunday night's game against the Trail Blazers for as little as . . . $1.