Lakers’ First-Round Playoff Tickets On Sale Saturday

The NBA playoffs are just around the corner with the Los Angeles Lakers once again potentially punching their ticket to the post-season with a high seed in the Western Conference. The Lakers have yet to “officially” make the playoffs in the West, but it is a forgone conclusion that they will lock up the a seed anywhere from three down to the eight spot in the conference.

With that being said, the Los Angeles Lakers have setup a date in which the storied NBA franchise intends to begin selling first-round playoff tickets.

Tickets for the first round home playoff games for the Los Angeles Lakers will officially go on sale this Saturday, April 14 at 10 a.m. Pacific. Mark Medina of the L.A. Times sent out this tweet today to get Lakers fans ready to purchase these tickets while the supplies last this Saturday:

 

So if you intend on seeing the Lakers during the playoffs this time around, make sure you grab a few tickets before they sell out and become much more expensive in the hands of others.

As of right now, the Los Angeles Lakers (3rd seed) are set to face off against the Houston Rockets (6th seed) in the first round. That will most likely change with chances of playing any one of the following teams: Los Angeles Clippers (4th seed), Memphis Grizzlies (5th seed), Dallas Mavericks (7th seed) or the Denver Nuggets (8th seed).

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