It won’t be the rematch most people expected at the end of the 2013 NBA regular season, but it will be an exciting one nonetheless. The Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs have never faced each other in the NBA Finals, but LeBron James once watched the San Antonio Spurs celebrating an NBA title at his expense after losing the final round of the NBA playoffs to Tim Duncan’s team in 2007 as a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Since then, the Spurs haven’t won again but LeBron has been back twice with the Miami Heat, winning once. The 2013 NBA Finals will pit the two squads against each other in a fast-paced and versatile tilt of teams with deep rosters, experienced coaches, and superstars of the present and recent past.
Getting NBA Finals tickets in 2013 should prove to be an interesting adventure for the interested fan. This is the third straight NBA Finals for the Miami Heat, and South Beach has proven to be a high-demand seat during the NBA Playoffs since LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, and Chris Bosh joined forces three seasons ago. Who knows how high those prices may go as the series goes deeper. While San Antonio isn’t as flashy a town, the Spurs enjoyed three NBA Championship seasons in the last decade, so the venue has seen its fair share of high-demand, higher-drama games. Whether the Miami Heat are at home or on the road, expect to pay a premium any time you want to see them play; that gets exponentially higher in the NBA Playoffs, and especially the 2013 NBA Finals, so use SeatGeek to search dozens of ticket sites at once and find the Deal Score value that’s right for you. We’ve given you a few highlights below of the most expensive tickets by venue and the lowest walk-in ticket price, so check out the games to see what’s right for you. Check back with SeatGeek for all of the NBA Playoff Ticket information you need!