Bulls Most Expensive Remaining Home Game Comes This Week Against Detroit


The Chicago Bulls have won five of their last six games as they prepare to enter the playoffs at the No. 3 seed. There is still time and playoff seeds can be moved around, but the Bulls are three games behind the Cleveland Cavaliers atop the division, and have a two and a half game lead the Toronto Raptors, who sit in fourth.

The Bulls have been winning with Derrick Rose on the sideline; thankfully to the emergence of rookie forward Nikola Mirotic. Mirotic is averaging 20.5 points and 7.8 rebounds in his last 10 games and has helped a Bulls team that can find itself struggling sometimes on offense. Butler has returned from injury, playing three games while averaging 20 points, 5.7 rebounds and 2.7 assists.

Chicago fans love their basketball, so you can expect the prices for Chicago Bulls tickets to be high, especially when Rose returns to the hardwood in preparation for the playoffs. With information provided by ScoreBig.com, lets analyze the least and most expensive games for the Bulls in the month of April.

Most Expensive: 4/5/2015 | Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Chicago Bulls | Quicken Loans Arena | Avg: $298.44 | Get-in: $33

This may be an Eastern Conference Finals preview in Cleveland on April 5th. The Cavaliers are two and a half games above the Bulls in the Central division standings. With eight games remaining, it’ll be tough for the Bulls to makeup that ground, but anything is possible. For that to happen, winning this game would be the largest step in that process.

Most Expensive Home Game: 4/3/2015 | Chicago Bulls vs. Detroit Pistons | United Center Parking: $9.90 | Avg: $227.29 | Get-in: $54

There’s nothing better than when you go to a game and there’s a giveaway. On April 3rd, fans will receive a Benny the Bull toothbrush upon entrance of the United Center. You’ll also see a Bulls team with a great chance to pick up a win, as the Pistons are in last place of the Central division (28-45). The Bulls have the second best home record in the division at 24-14.

Least Expensive: 4/1/2015 | Milwaukee Bucks vs. Chicago Bulls | BMO Harris Bradley Center | Avg: $124.29 | Get-in: $43

The Bulls game with the least expensive average ticket price in the month of April is on the first day of the month against the Milwaukee Bucks. The Bucks have been one of the league’s surprise teams, as not many predicted they would be playing in the playoffs. Jason Kidd has done a great job during his first season, but has been struggling in the record column since trading Brandon Knight.

Rose will be cleared for contact by next week. If he does return for any point in the regular season to get his legs under him, it would be in the final two games if at all. The Bulls probably would want to see him attack the end of the regular season in comparison to returning to the court in the playoffs.

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