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Well-equipped with youth and a new head coach with no prior experience, the Golden State Warriors may seem like they are destined to hit some roadblocks over the course of the upcoming season.

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Don’t let their inexperience fool you, though. Under the sharpshooting of point guard Stephen Curry and small forward Klay Thompson, the Warriors won 51 games last season. The Splash Brothers will now work under the direction of former clutch-shot extraordinaire Steve Kerr, who will make his transition from the broadcasting booth to the court in his first NBA season as a head coach. Just like any NBA team experiences, some kinks will need to be worked out as the season begins, but prices for Warriors tickets on the secondary market have already experienced a slight increase in comparison to last season.

According to TiqIQ, the season average for Warriors tickets at the Oracle Arena this season is $125.11 on the secondary market, marking a jump of 10.5% from last season’s average of $113.23. The team owes much of its secondary ticket success this season to the Cavaliers, who will make a stop in the Bay Area on January 9, and a pair of visits from the Lakers in November and March. Those three games will be the most expensive home games on the Warriors schedule this season and all currently exceed a $200 secondary market average.

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While the Cavaliers will bring huge price premiums with them everywhere they go this season, they’ll make no exception when they head to Oracle Arena in January. The average price for Warriors vs Cavaliers tickets is currently $304.53 on the secondary market, 143.4% above the season average, and the get-in price starts at $88. They’ll be followed in price by two separate visits from the Lakers, who bring a secondary average of $222.83 for their November 1 visit and $210.24 on March 16. The get-in price for their November date starts at $65 while their trip north on I-5 in March starts at $43.

The Warriors will host their cheapest home games of the season against the Pistons, Pelicans and Magic, who won just 86 games collectively last season. The obscurity of all three teams has made ticket prices plummet on the secondary market, where each game falls below an $85 average. The Pistons will visit on March 11, with the secondary market average listed at $82.01 and a get-in price of $13. The Pelicans travel west on December 4 and will bring an $80.11 secondary average and get-in price of $14. The Warriors’ cheapest game will be against the Magic on December 2, with a $70.88 ticket average on the secondary market, 43.3% below season average. The get-in price starts at just $9.

It will take time for an already-meshing team to coexist with Steve Kerr, but the secondary ticket market remains confident that the team will adapt accordingly under their new head coach. With a deep roster that includes David Lee, Andre Iguodala and Shaun Livingston supplying a veteran mentality , the Warriors will likely contest with the Clippers in the Pacific Division all season long.

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