The Los Angeles Clippers and New Orleans Pelicans have the biggest average price change for tickets on the secondary market from the 18-19 season to the 19-20 season, according to data from TicketCity.
The Clippers acquired Kawhi Leonard and Paul George in the offseason, while the Pelicans traded away Anthony Davis but won the lottery to draft Zion Williamson. The Clippers have a 114 percent increase in secondary ticket price increase.
The Memphis Grizzlies, Miami Heat and Miami Heat round out the top-5 in average price change increase.
The Houston Rockets, Oklahoma City Thunder, San Antonio Spurs, Atlanta Hawks and Golden State Warriors rank 30th through 26th, respectively, in average price change decrease. The presence of the Warriors on this side of the ledger is surprising considering they are moving into Chase Center.