High Flying Heat Jump to Top Pick on BuyAnySeat.com

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Burning for yet another title, the two-time defending NBA champion Miami Heat have jumped to the top of NBA ticket sales nationwide. While the squad remains in second place in the East behind the 47-17 Indiana Pacers, ticket sales have caught fire for all of the top teams in this week's power rankings, including the Houston Rockets, LA Clippers, San Antonio Spurs, Miami Heat, Oklahoma City Thunder, Indiana Pacers, Chicago Bulls, Memphis Grizzlies Toronto Raptors and Golden State Warriors.

At 6’8” and 250 pounds, Lebron James hopes to lead 44-17 Miami to their third straight crown. The Heat face the 27-36 Nuggets Friday and 44-20 Rockets Sunday.

With just 20 games remaining in the 2013-14 NBA regular season, the 44-17 Miami Heat are all but confirmed to enter the postseason as the No. 1 or No. 2 seed in the Eastern Conference.

There are seven teams in position to challenge the back-to-back champions in Round 1 of this year’s playoffs. Currently, the Washington Wizards, Charlotte Bobcats, Brooklyn Nets, Detroit Pistons and Atlanta Hawks remain the most likely candidates.

However, according to pundits, the Heat and Pacers are the favorites to clash in the Eastern Conference Finals. Last season, the Heat crushed Indiana’s title hopes with a 4-3 Eastern Finals series victory that ended in Miami. Circumstances could be much different this year if the Pacers are able to lock up home court throughout the playoffs with the No.1 seed.

“Despite losing three straight last week, the Heat remain strong contenders for the top seed in the Eastern Conference,” said Marta Ault at online ticket marketplace BuyAnySeat.com.

“With the Pacers and Heat both vying for home court advantage, both team’s tickets continue to top our charts. That’s why we’re proud to offer fans the most comprehensive and continuously updated selection of sports tickets online, with a worry-free guarantee to protect their purchase,” added Ault.

“To access the full line-up of NBA Basketball tickets now available, customers can go to BuyAnySeat.com and click on NBA in the Sports Header, then select their team and their tickets.”

At the start of the 2010-2011 season, the “big three” in Lebron James, Dwayne Wade, and Chris Bosh caused tidal waves in the NBA and charged their way to The Finals after winning 58 games in the regular season. Despite their regular season and playoff success, the Heat melted in the championship round, losing to the Dallas Mavericks four games to two.

The last two seasons, however, have established the Miami Heat as the team to beat in the NBA. With two consecutive NBA titles, and numerous franchise and league records, the Heat are merciless in the post-season and thirsty for a third straight championship.

Big games coming up for Miami include the top ranked Houston Rockets Sunday as well as the team’s final meetings with the Pacers on March 26 and April 11.

The Pacers, meanwhile, fell from number two to number six in this week’s power rankings after dropping four in a row during week 18. A convincing 94-83 win Tuesday night against the Celtics has the team back on track, but the Heat remain in a close second.

Other top games coming up include the Memphis Grizzlies heading north to battle the Toronto Raptors Friday night while Oklahoma City looks to challenge the Bulls in Chicago on Monday.

To shop for NBA Basketball tickets, visit BuyAnySeat.com.

About BuyAnySeat.com: An online ticket marketplace, BuyAnySeat.com connects sports, theater and other live entertainment fans to an extensive network of ticket sellers worldwide. The site’s simplified listings and navigational tools enable shoppers to easily locate, compare and purchase inexpensive, discounted or lower-priced tickets to virtually all advertised sports and entertainment events around the globe.

The ticket marketplace, which is PCI-compliant and Norton Secured, also provides customers with a complete Worry-Free Guarantee on all ticket purchases. Based in Denver, Colorado, BuyAnySeat.com is a subsidiary of Denver Media Holdings. For more information, please visit http://buyanyseat.com.

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