Hawks tickets prices 10th in NBA on secondary market

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Al Horford is returning from a torn right pectoral muscle that limited him to 29 games last season. (AJC File)

The Hawks are tied for 10th in the NBA in home ticket prices with a median cost of $110, according to the secondary ticket market broker Vivid Seats. The Hawks have an average ticket price of $151. The Hawks are tied with the Rockets in median cost, although the Rockets have an average ticket price of $291.

The Cavaliers have the most expensive home ticket in the league on the secondary market, according to the website. The team, which re-acquired LeBron James this season, has an average ticket price of $386 and a median price of $216.

The Lakers ($165), Knicks ($157), Bulls ($155), Suns ($147), Thunder ($125), Heat ($121) and Clippers ($115) follow in home median cost to round out the top 10. The Pelicans ($55) have the lowest home median ticket price on the secondary market.

On the road, the Hawks are 17th in popularity, decreasing median ticket prices by 14.9% as the visiting team.

As expected, the Cavaliers have the biggest impact on an opponent’s home median ticket price with an increase of 38.6 percent. The Magic have the least impact on opponents’ home median prices with a decrease of 25.2 percent.

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