While LeBron James may have changed uniforms, the desire for fans to see the King on his many road trip remains the same.
According to Forbes.com, LeBron’s road games will once make up the most expensive ticket prices on the secondary market in the NBA.
Reaping the most benefits of a visit from the King and the Cavs is James’ former team, the Miami Heat.
LeBron’s return to Miami on Christmas Day will be one of the hottest tickets in the league this year, with an average price of $765.03 on the secondary market. The only other time the Cavs will take their talents to South Beach will be on March 16th with a price just under $720.
Other locations receiving the “LeBron Effect” include:
the New York Knicks with an average price of around $600 per ticket at Madison Square Garden
the Brooklyn Nets with an average price of $543.50 for the first meeting between the two teams at the Barclays on March 18th
and the Clippers and Lakers who will host the Cavaliers on back-to-back nights at the Staples Center on January 15th and 16th (prices TBA)
All in all, if you’re a Cavs fan or a LeBron fan outside of Ohio, tickets on the secondary markets to see the King James and Company will be the same as when he was in Miami:
(Information from Forbes.com was used in this post. Their full piece can be found here).