Wednesday night at Oracle Arena could be a wild one. And certainly expensive.
Game 6 of the NBA Finals marks the last game ever at Oracle Arena in Oakland before the Warriors move to the Chase Center in San Francisco next season. Scoring a ticket will be quite the tough task.
Anybody that can sit courtside in the Bay Area has some deep pockets. They better be really deep if you want a front-row view of the final contest at this historic court.
After the Warriors kept their season alive Monday night with a 106-105 win over the Raptors in Game 5, courtside seats for Game 6 were only sale for more than $67,000 on StubHub.
As of this publishing date Tuesday, those same seats now cost more than $70,000.
Whether you're sitting courtside or at the top row, Warriors fans will need to be on their feet. The final game at Oracle Arena could either end the defending champions' season, or extend their chance at a three-peat.
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Either way, the Warriors will be shorthanded. Kevin Durant suffered an Achilles injury in his return to the Dubs, and big man Kevon Looney -- playing through a chest injury -- had to be forced off the floor from fellow teammate Andre Iguodala.
Get loud, Warriors fans. This superteam will need you.