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Staff writer Preston Bounds

Preston Bounds

Preston Bounds is an assistant editor for SportsBusiness Daily/Journal.

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NBA Finals Game 5 On Pace For Record Secondary Ticket Prices

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 06 / 13 / 16

Tickets for tonight's NBA Finals Cavaliers-Warriors Game 5 in Oakland are on pace to be the most expensive of any NBA game over the past five seasons on the secondary market, according to data from SeatGeek. The average resale price for the potentially series-clinching game is $1,575, topping $1,412...

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