With their opponent and home games yet to be determined, the Spurs aren't ready to sell Finals tickets just yet. That doesn't mean they aren't available. Season ticket holders are flocking to unload theirs on re-sale sites NBAtickets.com and StubHub.com, and they won't come cheap. NBA Tickets has 1,960 listings for a potential Game 1 at the AT&T Center, ranging from $212 for corner nosebleed seats to a staggering $8,149 apiece for two seats behind the opposing bench. And that might actually be a bargain. The same seats are going for $8,692 for Game 2.
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