The New Orleans Pelicans have had their ups and downs all season long and the story is no different leading into the second half of the season. On positive side for fans Anthony Davis their star sophomore player has been named to the western conference all-star reserves after Kobe Bryant was ruled out of participating due to injury. Anthony Davis intends to carry this momentum into the second half of the season which Pelicans fans should be eager to get New Orleans Pelicans tickets to see their all-star play.
On March 9th the Denver Nuggets come to the newly named Smoothie King Center (formerly the New Orleans Arena) to face off against Anthony Davis and the Pelicans. Now both teams have struck hard with injuries but this game should still be exciting with an average ticket price of only $88. If that is not convincing the get-in price is only $3 dollars.
The Memphis Grizzlies come to New Orleans on March 12th. The average ticket price for this game is $127. A good price to see these division rivals pit their star power forwards against each other. The get in price is only $3.
The reigning champions Miami Heat play the Pelicans on March 22nd. Now the average price may seem high at $285 the lowest get-in price is $54. This may seem steep to the more casual Pelicans fan but it is well worth it to see Anthony Davis stuff the stat sheet against Lebron and company.
On April 14th MVP candidate Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder square off against New Orleans. The average price for this game is surprisingly low at $105 with fans being able to get in for a staggering $3. Not only can fans see Anthony Davis face-off against Durant but also possibly can see Tyreke Evans and Eric Gordon match up against Russell Westbrook.
Finally on April 16th another guaranteed entertaining game James Harden and Dwight Howard come into town with an average price of only $88 and again a staggering low get-in price of only $3, this game should feature a highlight reel of swatted shots and crazy lobs from both teams.