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Knicks, Pacers Game 7 Had A Very Expensive Entry Price

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On Sunday, two playoff series will come to a conclusion, with the New York Knicks hosting the Indiana Pacers for Game 7 at Madison Square Garden and the Minnesota Timberwolves taking on the Denver Nuggets in the Mile High City for their Game 7 at Ball Arena.

With these two epic matchups ending on Sunday, it comes as no surprise that many basketball fans want to get into the building at Madison Square Garden and Ball Arena.

Apparently, New York’s game at their iconic arena, in particular, is quite the hot ticket, which comes at a premium that the storied franchise is taking full advantage of on Sunday afternoon.

According to NBC Sports Bet, it cost Knicks and Pacers fans a minimum of $610 to get in the door at Madison Square Garden for this Game 7 which will result in one team advancing to the Eastern Conference Finals to face the Boston Celtics.

How much money would you pay to watch your favorite team play a Game 7? pic.twitter.com/3bqkwf06yu

— NBC Sports Bet (@NBCSportsBet) May 19, 2024

That’s quite a hefty price to pay to see this game between these two Eastern Conference heavyweights, but it might be worth it, with both of these teams turning back the clock and reigniting an old rivalry between these franchises with a lot of former players in the building, like John Starks, Alan Houston, Stephon Marbury, and Larry Johnson.

Although the Knicks are favored to come out on top in this critical Game 7 on Sunday, it is anyone’s guess who will be left standing in the end, as neither team has been willing to back down in this series, which has made it so entertaining.

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