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Atlantic Yards Reports notes that the price of the cheapest seats will be rising next year from $15 up to $25, and $20 seats will go for $30. The site’s Norman Oder went on: Remember, for years arena backers and builders promised at least 2,000 $15 seats “for” Brooklyn. In May 2004, Borough President Marty […]
Atlantic Yards Reports notes that while overall ticket prices for the Nets will rise 8 percent, the cheapest seats — $15 — will be rising to $25. A spreadsheet prepared by fan Arpit Vaidya for Nets Daily shows the increase for other tickets.
Steve Kyler lists Avery Johnson as a coach potentially on the hot seat: “If Johnson cannot deliver a winner, he could be out. The saving grace for Johnson is that owner Mikhail Prokhorov likes him a great deal. But with so much of the Nets’ future riding on being good from day one, the expectations […]
At this point, is StubHub the only way to get tickets to Brooklyn Nets games?