Whether you want to sit courtside or up in the nosebleeds, there are many options still available for Wednesday's Game 2 of the first-round playoff series between the Milwaukee Bucks and Miami Heat at Fiserv Forum.
As of Tuesday night, the cheapest tickets are $29, while standing-room-only with no guaranteed view of the court tickets are available for $35. The cheapest ticket in the lower level is going for about $79.
If you want to be in the middle of action, you'll need to fork up $2,500 to sit courtside. If you are looking to spend $100, you can purchase a ticket behind the hoop about 15 rows up.
To purchase tickets to Game 2, visit bucks.com/playoffs.
Every playoff game is pivotal, but the Bucks are down 0-1 in the series and are looking to avoid losing both home games before flying to Miami for Games 3 and 4.
The team might just have to try and accomplish the task without the two-time MVP, Giannis Antetokounmpo, who is currently listed as doubtful to play on Wednesday.
If there is not a sweep, the Bucks return to Milwaukee for Game 5 on Wednesday, April 26.
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