There is no denying that the Denver Nuggets haven’t played as well as many would have hoped during the 2014-15 NBA season. From injuries to lethargic offense and disappointing play, Denver was just too inconsistent all season and it eventually led to the firing of head coach Brian Shaw.
Shaw’s departure seemed to lift some of the pressure off of the Nuggets, however, while interim coach Melvin Hunt got Denver back to running on offense. Hunt’s approach helped the Nuggets turn things around a bit in the second half of the year and even though the playoffs are out of reach, Denver is at least back to playing an exciting brand of basketball.
Denver should continue to compete and develop over the final month, which should give Nuggets fans plenty to cheer for. Let’s take a closer look at what April will look like for Denver Nuggets tickets as we break down their cheapest and most expensive games left on the schedule:
Cheapest – 4/12/2015 vs. Sacramento Kings | Avg: $55.87 | Get-in: $8
Nuggets tickets return some ridiculous value near the end of the year, when the Sacramento Kings come to town for Denver’s final home game of the season. Fans are getting a terrific discount with this one being the final game at Pepsi Center this year, while one of the best players in the league in DeMarcus Cousins will grace the floor.
Both of these two teams can put up points with flashy offenses and neither play much defense, so fans should be in for a fun, up-tempo clash. Boogie will be more than Kenneth Faried and Jusuf Nurkic can handle in the paint, but if Ty Lawson and Danilo Gallinari can fill it up from outside Denver will have a shot at closing out their home schedule with a big win.
Most Expensive – 4/4/2015 vs. Los Angeles Clippers | Avg: $79.11 | Get-in: $17
The Nuggets have two more intense battles with the Clippers on the docket, with the first coming in Denver on April fourth. Los Angeles is playoff bound and is far more imposing, but both teams present exciting brands of offense and could give fans a solid contest.
This game would already be a bargain at just under $80 on average, but the drop from where Clippers tickets usually are is what makes it a tremendous value. Regardless, fans can get in for as low as $17 to enjoy what hopes to be a back and forth, high-scoring battle. The Clippers will be the likely winners with Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan owning the paint, but Denver should be able to keep it close and interesting until late.