Heat-Spurs II is now the most exciting ticket in Sports
The San Antonio Spurs vaulted themselves into history with a 112-107 road victory over the Western Conference number two seed Oklahoma City Thunder and earned the chance at a rematch with the defending NBA Champion Miami Heat who beat the Indiana Pacers in six games.
Odds makers currently have the Spurs slightly ahead to win the match up but what we do know is this:
- Spurs Heat I went seven games
- San Antonio is ranked 2nd in offense and 2nd in defense during the playoffs
- Miami is ranked 1st in offense and 6th in defense
In Miami, LeBron James was watching the Spurs close out the Thunder and remarked on comments made by Spurs PF Tim Duncan after the game.
“We’re excited about it,” Duncan said in post game interviews. ” We’ve got four more to win. We’ll do it this time,” adding “We’re happy it’s the Heat again. We’ve got that bad taste in our mouths still.”
“They don’t like us, they don’t. I can sense it from Timmy’s comments over the last couple of days,” James said after the Heat held an extended practice on Monday. “They wanted this, they wanted us and we’ll be ready for the challenge.”
As for tickets, prices are going through the roof. In San Antonio, tickets for the upper level are generally beginning at $275.00 and can go all the way to $21,ooo for a Terrace Level seat. At Alamo Tickets, prices are ranging from $296.00 each (upper balcony) to $4,500 each (court side behind Heat bench). Be sure to get your tickets now before they are all gone!