Jay-Z & Beyonce Cheer Golden State Warriors' Historic Run; Ticket Prices Soar!

By Emma Gaedeke (Emma.Gaedeke@musictimes.com) | Apr 19, 2016 05:11 PM EDT
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The Golden State Warriors (69-9) and San Antonio Spurs (65-12), two teams that could potentially win 70 games, will face off two more times during the regular season. These two teams have split their first two meetings, with the home team winning in each contest.

In January, Golden State blew out San Antonio 120-90 at the Oracle Arena. Stephen Curry knocked down six three-pointers en-route to a 37-point performance. Tim Duncan did not play for a San Antonio club that turned in its worst performance of the season. In March, San Antonio was able to extract revenge against Curry and Co. by winning a hard-fought contest 87-79 at the AT&T Center. LaMarcus Aldridge scored 26 points and secured 13 rebounds while San Antonio's defense limited Curry to just 14 points on 1-for-12 shooting from 3-point land. San Antonio opted to combat Golden State's smaller lineup by playing 'small ball' itself. The move paid dividends as Danny Green pestered and frustrated Curry throughout the contest.

Given Golden State's historic run through the regular season, celebrities have been frequenting Oracle Arena. Individual match-ups have dictated the notoriety and number of celebrities at each game. During Super Bowl week, the Oklahoma City Thunder traveled to Oracle Arena and the celebrities came out in full force. During this game, Jay-Z, Beyonce, Drake, Rick Ross, Pharrell Williams, Kendrick Lamar, Michael B. Jordan, Dave Chappelle, Brett Favre and Jim Harbaugh were seen at the game. A matchup between San Antonio and Golden State will not only command high ticket prices on the secondary market, but will also bring out the stars. Oracle Arena has become one of the go-to places for celebrity watching, so fans can expect to see a star-studded cast at the game.

Jay Z watches the Golden State Warriors play against the San Antonio Spurs at ORACLE Arena on January 25, 2016 in Oakland, California. (Photo: Ezra Shaw/Getty Images) 

Game previews and ticket overviews for each game are presented below, with ticket information provided by Razorgator.

4/7/16 San Antonio Spurs @ Golden State Warriors | Get-in Price: $133

Golden State will host San Antonio on Thursday, April 7. They're coming off just their second home loss of the season after being downed by the Minnesota Timberwolves on Tuesday night, despite controlling the pace and game flow for three quarters. When it comes to regular season lineup creation, San Antonio is unpredictable, but that's not deterring buyers on the secondary market. Spurs vs. Warriors tickets start at just $133, which is the highest get-in price on Golden State's remaining schedule. Fans traveling to the game can find great parking locations for Oracle Arena parking.

4/10/16 Golden State Warriors @ San Antonio Spurs | Get-in Price: $128

San Antonio will host Golden State on Sunday, April 10. San Antonio is still unbeaten at home, but has two difficult remaining home games against Golden State and Oklahoma City. San Antonio has won four straight games and will seek to win at least one of its remaining games against Golden State. Expect a big effort in this game. Warriors vs. Spurs tickets start at $128, which the highest get-in price on San Antonio's remaining home game slate.

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