(PRWEB) January 21, 2013
Since Gilbert Arenas and Antawn Jamison took the Wizards to the playoffs in 2007-2008 the team has played below .500 Basketball and continue to do so. This Wizards team is young and star John Wall finally came back from injury on January 12, 2013 giving fans an opportunity to watch the future of Wizards basketball. Tickets this year to the games haven’t been very popular and the stadium rarely fills to capacity, but this will change with the re-emergence of star John Wall. The place to check out for the best deals on Washington Wizards tickets is Whiztix.com. This website is a free to use ticket search engine, which helps fans compare multiple event ticket selling sites. Tickets to Wizards home games at The Verizon Center aren't selling out leading to great resale prices way below face value of the seats. According to Whiztix.com, tickets to the Clippers vs Wizards game on 2-4-13 can be found for $ 9 dollars. The lowest current prices for games in the next few weeks can found on 1-28-13 when the Kings play the Wizards, tickets to that game can be found for as low as $ 2 dollars.
Washington Wizards tickets are available for every home, and away game. Fans from all over the globe can see the Wizards play and cheer their favorite team to victory. The Wizards have 41 exciting road games giving fans from across the US 41 different opportunities to see their team play at another arena besides The Verizon Center. Wizard fans from Philadelphia can see their team play the Philadelphia 76ers January 30, 2013 for only $2. The Wizards also play the San Antonio Spurs on February 2, 2013 in San Antonio; tickets to this game going for only $2.
Other cities the Wizards will be visiting between January and April include Sacramento, Denver, Los Angeles, Portland, Salt Lake City, Philadelphia, Memphis, San Antonio, Milwaukee, Detroit, Toronto, Minneapolis, New York, Cleveland, Charlotte, Phoenix, San Francisco, Oklahoma City, Orlando, Boston, and Chicago. Tickets to these games will go faster now that John Wall the human high-lite reel is back in action.