2013-14 Houston Rockets Tickets: Five Least Expensive Games

This could be the beginning of a golden era of Rockets basketball. Daryl Morey made some big changes to his roster during the offseason. His largest move was bringing Dwight Howard aboard. He joins forces with James Harden as they are in search of an NBA championship. Because of these moves the average price of Houston Rockets tickets at home is $152.13 per game, a 60.37 percent increase over last year’s $94.86 per contest. Houston is ready for a postseason run, and so should you. Therefore, you should get your Houston Rockets tickets as soon as possible. These are the five cheapest NBA games at the Toyota Center this season:

1.) November 11th – Toronto Raptors – Average Price: $76 – Get-in Price: $4 – 50% Below Home Average

For only $4, you can see the Rockets take on the Toronto Raptors. Houston has won the last six contests in which they have hosted Toronto, and the Rockets look to make it a lucky seven in a row on November 11. DeMar DeRozan and Rudy Gay are set to lead the Raptors, so you will get to see their impressive play on the court in the Monday night game in Houston. With the average price of just $76 for this game, be sure to get your tickets today.

2.) December 4th – Phoenix Suns – Average Price: $98 – Get-in Price: $8 – 36% Below Home Average

The Rockets have not had too much success against the Suns in Phoenix recently, but when they play at the Toyota Center, the Rockets reign supreme. Houston has taken four of last five home meetings. In the first of two games this season in which the Rockets host the Suns, Jeff Hornacek will get his first taste of Houston basketball as a head coach. You can see the Rockets attempt to continue their home success against the Suns for just $8.

3.) December 8th – Orlando Magic – Average Price: $103 – Get-in Price: $15 – 32% Below Home Average

Four days after the Suns play in Phoenix, Rookie of the Year candidate Victor Oladipo leads the Orlando Magic into the Toyota Center for the only time in 2013-14. The Rockets have recently struggled against the Magic, so Houston will look to turn around its fortune for this Sunday evening contest. You can see the Rockets and Magic for the low get-in price of $15.

4.) November 19th – Boston Celtics – Average Price: $103 – Get-in Price: $14 – 32% Below Home Average

About a decade ago, Daryl Morey spent three years in the Celtics front office, and then he became the general manager of the Rockets. Since Morey left, there have been many changes to the team in Boston. The Boston Celtics come into 2013-14 on a streak of six consecutive postseason appearances, but have a completely different roster and coaching staff for this season. Brad Stevens will make his first NBA appearance at the Toyota Center as he faces the Rockets, and you can get into this game for just $14.

5.) November 27th – Atlanta Hawks – Average Price: $112 – Get-in Price: $18 – 26% Below Home Average

The Rockets have absolutely dominated the Atlanta Hawks in Houston recently. Since 2000, Houston has won 13 of its 14 contests against Atlanta. Longtime Spurs assistant coach Mike Budenholzer, who became the Hawks new head coach during the offseason, has a relatively new roster for 2013-14. An important signing for the organization was Paul Millsap, and he will look to change Atlanta’s fortunes in Houston. You can see these two projected playoff teams for just $18.

Kevin McHale is in his third season as Rockets coach as he looks for his second straight postseason berth. With the great improvements to the team, there are high expectations for Houston this season, so you should get your Houston Rockets tickets today at TiqIQ.com.

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