Five weeks into the NBA season and the Phoenix Suns sit in second place of the Pacific Division at 11-9 trailing only the Los Angeles Clippers. Behind offseason trade acquisition Eric Bledsoe, averaging 18.6 points per game, the Suns have won six of their last nine games. Phoenix Suns tickets at the US Airways Center have an average price of $103.22 for the 2013-14 season, where they have a 6-3 record in nine games. The Suns have three games in the next seven days including two at home.
Phoenix visits the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday night. After the game against the Lakers, the Suns don’t play again until Friday night when they host the Sacramento Kings, who have already defeated Phoenix twice this season. The Kings will be with newly acquired Rudy Gay, who Sacramento traded for on Sunday. Tickets against the Kings have an average price of $91.83, 11% below the home season average. The get-in price is a reasonably low $10. Phoenix will then have a night off before playing the Golden State Warriors Sunday night. The Warriors are a game behind the Suns in the standings, though they are a threat every game with a 103.0 points per game average. Tickets against the Warriors have an average price of $112.63, 9.1% above the season average, but a get-in price of just $15.
With two home games in the next seven days and both against teams in the division and with prices neither significantly above or below the season average, both games seem to be solid deals and should be entertaining games. The low get-in prices for both games could bring the biggest bargain for fans looking to attend each of these games.