The Kansas Jayhawks basketball has seen fluctuations over the last four seasons as the average ticket prices have gone up and down each college basketball season. The Jayhawks 2013-2014 season has been the highest ticket average with a price of $99; the following year saw the biggest drop with a decrease of 20% to the average ticket price for the 2015-2014 season at $79. The KU basketball team came back stronger the next season as the ticket average rose back to the high $90’s. Currently, the average ticket price for the Kansas Jayhawks basketball is at $88, a drop of 9% from the previous season.
(Data updated 1/18/2017)
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2017 Jayhawks Season Preview
As expected the Kansas Jayhawks basketball team had an exceptional season a year ago, reaching the Big 12 Tournaments for their 12th consecutive win and advancing to the Elite Eight. Head coach of the Jayhawks Bill Self has taken the basketball program to a top team in the Big 12 Conference with the longest active consecutive conference streak in the nation. As KU basketball team enters the 2016-2017 season, they are expected to stay on top as one of the best teams in the country and get their 13th consecutive Big 12 title. Self’s comes well prepared with a stacked roster for Kansas with the return of Devonte’ Graham and Frank Mason and the addition of Josh Jackson. It will be crucial for Self to keep his team grounded as they head into the 2016-2017 season with high expectations and hype. Much of the focal point of the 2016-2017 Jayhawks basketball will be on Junior Graham. Graham has proven to be the whole package as a lethal jumper with the ability to get to the rim quickly and 44.4% three-point shooting. The KU Jayhawks will be unstoppable in the Big 12. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Jayhawks at home games or supporting Kansas on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Kansas Jayhawks tickets, including home and away games.
Kansas Jayhawks Basketball at Allen Fieldhouse Address: 1651 Naismith Dr, Lawrence, KS 66044
The Jayhawks play their home games at the Allen Fieldhouse, located in Lawrence, Kansas. With a capacity of more than 16 thousand crazy Kansas fans, Allen Fieldhouse is one of the most daunting venues for visitors to have to travel to. Next to nothing is as intimidating to a visiting player as 16 thousand fans screaming, “Rock Chalk, Jayhawk”. Allen Fieldhouse is a can’t-miss venue for any college basketball fan. The Kansas Jayhawks home bench is on the Allen Fieldhouse sideline in front of section T. Allen Fieldhouse parking information is covered in our Jayhawks event guide.
Kansas vs. Missouri
Known as the Border War, these two basketball powers have met over 260 times since 1907. Although Kansas has a large margin in wins, both teams have seen extended eras of success in the series. Victory or defeat in this game is often a major factor in the success of the season for two programs known for making major splashes on the national stage. With Missouri leaving for the SEC the rivalry has been put on hold.
This young rivalry has been one of the most interesting in the Big 12 era. Kansas has a sizable lead in the overall series, and has won a majority of games while a member of the Big 12. Many of meetings over the last two decades have determined the winner of the Big 12 or the Big 12 tournament. A majority of the games between these two schools have been won or lost by close margins and this is often the game of the season in the Big 12.
The Sunflower Showdown is the biggest sporting event in the State of Kansas. Dating back to 1907 these two instate rivals have played over 270 times, making it one of the most played series in any sport. In the last 20 years both teams have had major upsets against the other, and this is one of the most passionate rivalries in the Midwest. Allen Fieldhouse is one of the most iconic venues in college sports and it is seldom louder than when Kansas State comes to Lawrence.
Kansas Jayhawks in the Final Four, NCAA Tournament, and Big 12 Tournament
The kings of basketball west of the Mississippi River, the Kansas Jayhawks are always a force to be reckoned with in post-season play. As of 2013, the Jayhawks had won the last nine consecutive regular-season conference championships. With three NCAA tournament championships and 14 Final Four appearances, Kansas is a powerhouse of college basketball in a traditional football state.
2015-16 Kansas Jayhawks Men’s Basketball Season Preview
If anything in college basketball has been a guarantee over the last decade, it has been the Kansas Jayhawks. Kansas won an unprecedented 11th straight Big 12 championship last season, and have shown no signs of slowing down. The 2015-16 Kansas Jayhawks roster will be anchored by senior forward Perry Ellis, who looks to be one of the most prolific scorers in the Big 12. Ellis will have plenty of help from fellow forward Wayne Selden, and together Ellis and Selden should team up to be one of the nation’s best front courts. The bar for the Kansas Jayhawks basketball season is always high, and anything less than a 12th straight conference championship will be a disappointment. Kansas Big 12 schedule will be one of the toughest in years, with Baylor, Iowa State, and Oklahoma all having legitimate shots of dethrowning the Jayhawks. But until another team knocks them off, the Kansas Jayhawks are the champs in the Big 12, and should be poised for another high NCAA Tournament seed in 2015-16.
2014-15 Kansas Jayhawks Men’s Basketball Season Preview
The Kansas Jayhawks had one of the nations most talented teams last season. But the Jayhawks simply couldn’t put it all together and fell short of winning the Big 12 tournament, and were knocked out of the NCAA tournament before the sweet 16. Coming into 2014-15, the Kansas Jayhawks are without stars Andrew Wiggins and Joel Embiid who left for the NBA. But that is not to say that Kansas will be without talent. The Jayhawks will lean heavily on junior forward Perry Ellis who will be one of the top players in the Big 12. Sophomore guard Wayne Selden Jr. will also likely have an increased roll as a leader on the team. Look for freshmen Cliff alexander and Kelly Oubre to step in and contribute right a way for the Jayhawks. In a loaded Big 12 conference in 2014-15, the Jayhawks still stand near the top and should be in the thick of the title hunt come February.
2010-11 Kansas Jayhawks Men’s Basketball Season Preview
Other than the Duke Blue Devils, no other men’s NCAA college basketball team has dominated the sport like the Kansas Jayhawks. There’s a reason why above the team’s home court, “Phog” Allen Fieldhouse, hangs a banner that reads "Pay Heed, All Who Enter: Beware of the Phog"—they’ve only lost 12 games there since 1994, and won their last 59 at home. It’s enough to make the 16,000 fans confidently chant “Rock! Chalk! Jayhawk!” and sing the alma mater, “Crimson and Blue,” before each game. It’s a winning tradition that you can be a part of through TicketCity’s ability to get you in all season long.
It’s a year that has a lot of question marks heading into it. Losing two NBA lottery picks in Cole Aldrich and Xavier Henry, as well as four-year starter Sherron Collins, will do that to you. Their shocking loss in the second round of the NCAA Tournament last year won’t be on the mind of their super-freshman guard Josh Shelby, who many consider to be the best player on the team. With how this team is built, the question will be if that blank slate be a positive or negative. As for the returning members, junior brothers Marcus and Markieff Morris have to fill in for the departing Aldrich and Henry inside and out. Even with the question marks, we’re sure head coach Bill Self has prepped this team to be balanced and primed for another run in the NCAA Tournament.
Kansas Jayhawks Basketball News - 2/15/2017
The March Madness top 16 seeds were revealed by the Division I men’s basketball committee with Kansas taking the No. 2 spot as conference tournaments approach. In Monday night’s game against the West Virginia the strength of the Jayhawks was shown as they were down by 7 in the half and with a wider gap formed in the second half, they were still able to make it to overtime with the help of three-pointers from Devonte Graham to win the game, 84-80 OT. Kansas will travel to Waco to play against Baylor this Saturday; tickets for the game an average $93 price.
Kansas Jayhawks Basketball News - 2/1/2017
This week the Jayhawks saw a jump to the number one spot in the power rankings over Villanova. A big win for Kansas was on Saturday in the Big 12-SEC Challenge against Kentucky where Jayhawks won 79-73. Baylor and Iowa State will come to Lawrence to compete against Kansas. Ticket averages for both games are over $100.
Kansas Jayhawks Basketball News - 1/18/2017
The Kansas Jayhawks are currently at the top of the college football rankings next to Villanova. Kansas has an overall record of 17-1 and a Big 12 conference record of 6-0, putting them in line for the conference title for the 2016-2017 college basketball season. This Saturday, the Longhorns will come to Lawrence for the Kansas vs Texas Big 12 matchup; the average ticket price for the upcoming game is currently at $141.