The playoff seeds have been determined, the matchups paired and the dates set.
And the Miami Heat, which ended the regular season as the No. 6 seed, will open the 2018 NBA Playoffs against the No. 3 seed Philadelphia 76ers.
With the opening round played as a best-of-7 series, that means the Heat will have a minimum of two games at AmericanAirlines Arena.
Those dates: April 19 at 7 p.m. (Game 3 of the series) and April 21 at 2:30 p.m. (Game 4 of the series). Should the series extend past five games, Game 6 will be in Miami on April 26.
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Tickets for all three home games have been on sale through TicketMaster since Friday, but plenty of tickets are still available — and for relatively cheap prices.
They probably won't last long, though.
As of Thursday morning, some tickets were still available for all three games for as low as $50 each for upper level seats in the 400 section of the arena. That's face value price. If you want to get closer to the action, however, it's going to cost more. While there are some scattered tickets in the sections closest to the court for the Heat's first home playoff game going for less than $150 each, most are being sold for $250 or more.
A maximum of eight tickets can be purchased per order. Fans who purchased tickets for unplayed games will be refunded.
If you're planning on traveling to Philadelphia for the first two games, there are Upper Level tickets on sale through Vivid Seats for the playoff opener on Saturday and for Game 2 on April 16 for less than $100 each.