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Buzz Builds For Knicks-Nets Game Rescheduled From Season Opener
Published November 26, 2012
As of earlier today, tickets for the game "were being sold for an average of $584 apiece on the secondary market," according to TiqIQ.com. That price is the third-highest in the NBA this season, but that is down about 36% from the high of $913 for the original Nov. 1 opener (BLOOMBERG NEWS, 11/26).