Want to catch an NBA game in person but don’t want to break the bank? TD Garden may be the place for you on Wednesday.
The Celtics will host the Utah Jazz in a battle of two teams that were winless entering Tuesday. Their 0-7 combined records have not gone unnoticed, apparently, because the ticket price for the game on the secondary market is the lowest of any remaining Celtics home game this season, according to data compiled by Vivid Seats.
The median price of $25 is the lowest of the Celtics’ 40 remaining home games, and balcony seats were going for as little as $5 on the website as of Tuesday evening.
The Celtics (0-4) stumbled in the second half of all of their games, despite being in position to win any of them. The Jazz (0-3), likewise, played tight with the Thunder, Suns and the Rockets before losing every game with a second-half collapse.