NEW YORK, May 16, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Fans looking to buy NBA Playoffs tickets can obtain their seats from Ticketability.com affordably this year. The action on the hardwood has been incredible so far, and even more excitement is still to come. Hoops fans always set aside time in the spring to watch their favorite teams, and those who find NBA Playoffs tickets online at Ticketability.com get to experience the action live and in person.
These affordable NBA Playoffs tickets at Ticketability.com are available for every postseason contest. The playoffs got under way on April 20 at Madison Square Garden in New York. Knicks fans were pleased that afternoon as New York knocked off the Boston Celtics by an 85-78 score. The Knicks would go on to win that series in six games. The biggest surprise of the opening round was likely the Golden State Warriors, the sixth seed in the Western Conference, defeating the Denver Nuggets, 4-2.
Fans looking for affordable NBA Playoffs tickets are keeping their schedules open for Eastern and Western Conference Finals games. Those will take place in late May and early June. The NBA Finals, the most prestigious event in professional basketball, follow. If there is just one event that fans looking to buy NBA Playoffs tickets will look to attend, it will be this event. The champions of the Eastern and Western Conference will face off in an exciting seven-game affair.
During the regular season, the Miami Heat recorded the league's best record at 66-16. The Oklahoma City Thunder claimed the Western Conference's top regular-season mark at 60-22. The San Antonio Spurs went 58-24. However, the Nuggets (57-25) followed up on posting the league's fourth-best record by falling to Golden State in that memorable first-round series. Memphis also had an impressive regular season as the Grizzlies went 56-26.
A year ago, those who were able to find NBA Playoffs tickets for the NBA Finals witnessed LeBron James and the Miami Heat take care of the Oklahoma City Thunder, 4-1. James was named the Finals MVP after he averaged 29 points per game and recorded at least 26 tallies in each of the five games. The championship was the Heat's third. Miami also won the NBA Finals in 2006. That win came in six games after Miami impressively rallied from a 2-0 games deficit to the Dallas Mavericks.
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