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The 2018 Houston Rockets playoff schedule is here and they will be facing the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference Finals. If they can make it past the third round they will face either the Boston Celtics or Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals.

The Rockets average ticket price for the regular season NBA games has fluctuated significantly over the last six years. The largest decrease came during the 2015-2016 season with a decrease of 22%, moving from $68 average ticket price to $53 price. Average Houston Rockets ticket prices hit a low in 2012-2013 with the price average dropping to $34 since then the next four seasons have fluctuated in the $50 and $60 range. The average ticket price for Houston Rockets regular season NBA tickets for 2016-2017 is currently at $63, a 19% increase from last season.

Houston Rockets Regular Season Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 10/28/2016)

How to Buy Houston Rockets Tickets

1. Scan through the 2018 Houston Rockets Schedule and select the game that you would like to attend, or use the opponent or date filters beside the Houston Rockets ticket listings to find the perfect matchup.

2. Click “Select” to reveal all available Houston Rockets tickets, the Toyota Center interactive seating chart, ticket quantity, and ticket price filters. Use the ticket price filter, and ticket quantity filter to quickly refine your search to the available Houston Rockets tickets that are in your price range. You can also utilize the “eTickets Only” filter to find all Houston Rockets tickets that will be delivered electronically. The Toyota Center interactive map can be employed to reveal all tickets available for a preferred section. Select the perfect tickets and click “Go” to proceed to checkout.

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2018 Rockets Season Preview

You’ve got to give it to the Houston Rockets. A couple years back all the buzz in the west was centered on Golden State, Oklahoma City, San Antonio and the Clippers. But little by little the Rockets crept up, surpassed all but one, and has now firmly settled in as the second-best team in the West. Of course, they now need to play, but play they will with new point guard addition, Chris Paul. Chris Paul and James Harden in the backcourt. Few saw this coming. Clint Capela will be catching lob dunks, and PJ Tucker and Luc Mbah a Moute are significant upgrades for the Rocket’s perimeter defense. Add in Sixth Man of the Year, Eric Gordon, and this squad is a sure-fire contender. So, where’s the weakness? Well, defense is one. The Houston Rockets have been decent to average, and to get over the Warriors they will need to convert themselves into a Top 10 NBA defensive team. That is no small feat, especially with Harden who tends to disappear from time to time on the defensive end. If Paul can get the rest of the team to buy in, as he tends to do, this will be an awesome year for Houston. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Houston Rockets at Toyota Center or supporting the Rockets on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all 2017-2018 Houston Rockets tickets, including home and away games.

Houston Rockets Basketball at Toyota Center

Address: 1510 Polk St, Houston, Texas, 77002

The Rockets play their home games at the Toyota Center, located in Houston, Texas. When filled to capacity, the Toyota Center holds more than 18 thousand screaming fans. While at the game go to the Memorial Hermann Sky Court, where you can play games and get to know Rockets history a little bit better. The Houston Rockets home bench is on the Toyota Center court side in front of section 119. Toyota Center parking information is covered in our Rockets event guide.

Toyota Center Seating Chart

Houston Rockets Rivals

Rockets vs. Timberwolves

These two teams have met over 95 times throughout the years with the Rockets holding the edge. The highlight of this matchup came in 1997 when both teams met in the first round of the Western Conference Playoffs. The Rockets-T’Wolves rivalry will only continue to get better in the years to come.

With two teams that play in the same state and have taken turns dominating the Western Conference, it is only natural for it to become a fierce rivalry. Superstars like as Hakeem Olajuwon, Charles Barkley, David Robinson, and Tim Duncan have graced this rivalry which has only heightened the significance of this matchup. The highlight of the rivalry came when both teams met in the 1995 Western Conference Finals on the Rockets way to an NBA title.

This rivalry has evolved into one of the better matchups in the NBA. As in-state foes, the intensity level is always at its highest when the Rockets and Mavs meet. This matchup reached its climax in 2005 when the teams faced each other in the playoffs. With both teams playing in the Western Conference and the bitterness of being regional neighbors, this rivalry will only heighten in future seasons.

Rockets vs. Trail Blazers

With over 185 total games between these two teams with the Rockets holding the edge in the series matchup, there is no secret as to who has the upper hand thus far. Throughout the years, the two teams have faced each other in the playoffs multiple times with the Rockets again dominating. This matchup will only become more heated in upcoming years as the Rockets become a premier team in the NBA once again.

Rockets in the NBA Finals, Western Conference Championships and NBA Playoffs

The Rockets have established themselves as one of the best franchises in the NBA with multiple NBA championships over the years. Houston has also won three Western Conference Championships to go along with their multiple division titles. The Rockets have seen stars such as Moses Malone, Clyde Drexler, and Hakeem Olajuwon wear the team colors throughout the years that help them stand above most organizations in the NBA.

Houston Rockets Event Guide

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What time do gates open prior to tipoff for a Rockets game?

The doors at Toyota Center open 1 hour prior to tipoff for weeknight games, and 1.5 hours before tipoff for weekend games. Some of the most prolific big men of all time have played for the Rockets and coming early offers you the chance to see some incredible dunks in pre-game shoot-around.

Can I buy Houston Rockets season tickets?

Houston Rockets season tickets are available to buy until tipoff of their home opener. Check our listings above or call us if you would like to purchase Rockets season tickets. Let us know if you want a particular section at Toyota Center.

Where are some good places to eat before a Rockets game?

For a truly unique Houston experience, try The Hubcap Grill. Their original downtown location is quaint and laid back, and their burgers will not disappoint. If you are looking for Mexican food try Irma’s. The walls are covered from floor to ceiling with fun knick-knacks and it is some of the best Tex-Mex around. Houston is known for having great Asian food, Goro & Gun, and Huynh are both worth checking out. If you are feeling adventurous try Bombay Pizza. The Indian-Italian fusion is incredibly unique and satisfying. Other good places are Reef, Mkt Bar, and Batanga.

Where can I find the 2017-2018 Houston Rockets schedule?

The Rockets 2017-2018 schedule is listed as soon as it is announced by the NBA. The Rockets play in the Southwest Division of the Western Conference, which means games against the San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks, Memphis Grizzlies, and New Orleans Pelicans. Game times are announced by the NBA as soon as the TV schedule is set. Houston Rockets’ home opener against the Charlotte Bobcats is typically one of the most popular games. If you are looking for Rockets news or scores, then visit our partners at CBS Sports. They are also a good source for the official Houston Rockets team roster.

Where are good places to park at Toyota Center?

The most convenient place to park is the large 2,500 spot garage adjacent to the arena. These places fill up quick so we recommend coming early or purchasing a parking pass. There are many other parking lots in the area, try looking to the north, or northwest of the arena as this is where the highest concentration of lots are. If you aren’t afraid of walking, try circling downtown for a street spot. Although inconsistent, this could be a great way to save a few dollars. The Metro also lets off close to Toyota Center and will allow you to bypass parking all together.

How can I buy cheap Houston Rockets tickets?

TicketCity offers a big selection of Houston Rockets tickets which include some of the lowest priced seats on the market. Rockets tickets fluctuate based on demand and opponent. Marquee Western Conference opponents, like the Los Angeles Lakers, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks, and Oklahoma City Thunder can drive up home game prices. While cheap tickets are more plentiful for non-conference opponents. Those early season games may offer best opportunity to purchase Rockets tickets near face value.

Does my child need a ticket to the Rockets game?

Any child under 36” tall can sit on a parents lap for the duration of the game. If you are bringing a child we recommend getting to the arena early to avoid any last minute hassles.

Houston Rockets Preview History

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2016 Houston Rockets Season Preview

Last season the Houston Rockets ended with a 41-41 record; this was disappointing to fans after they were able to pull off one of the biggest comebacks in the 2014 NBA playoffs. After coaching the Rockets for 5 seasons, Kevin McHale was fired and replaced with Mike D’Antoni. D’Antoni will be coming into a team with a strong offense and one of the best players in the league, James Harden, as well as talented shooters: Trevor Ariza, Patrick Beverly and Corey Brewer. Last season, Harden averaged a career high of 29 points per game and will be crucial to the Houston Rockets roster this season but time will tell how D’Antoni will deal with Harden’s one-on-one offensive style. Houston’s defense will be a challenge as they enter the 2016-2017 season, as there is a need for improvement. Patrick Beverly and Clint Cappella are expected to be the anchors for the Rockets’ defense. As the 2016 season begins the team will need to develop chemistry between players as they go forward into hopefully a successful year.

2015 Houston Rockets Season Preview

The Houston Rockets had a breakthrough season last year, winning their first NBA playoff series since 2008, and reached the Western Conference finals for the first time since 1997. The Rockets enter the 2015 season looking to take that next step towards a 3rd NBA title. The core of the 2015 Houston Rockets roster remains the same as a season ago, with the focus of the team on the star duo of James Harden and Dwight Howard. The Rockets will hope for increased production out of Trevor Ariza, to make up for the hole left by the departure of Josh Smith. But the hopes of the Rockets will once again rise and fall with the play of James Harden. Harden has evolved into one of the premier players in the NBA and will look to guide Houston through a relentless Western Conference schedule.

2014 Houston Rockets Season Preview

There were few teams in the league that had as much hype as the Houston Rockets coming into 2013. Superstar big man Dwight Howard had agreed to leave Los Angeles and team up with Jeremy Lin and James Harden in Houston. Add in front court help from Chandler Parsons and the Rockets looked poised to crack the top 3 in the Western Conference. Houston had a solid season, but ended up losing a hard-fought first round playoff series with the Portland Trailblazers to end their title run. The Rockets enter the 2014 NBA schedule with a slightly adjusted roster. Jeremy Lin is gone, as is Parsons. Houston signed veterans Trever Ariza and Jason Terry, but will put their title hopes on the duo of James Harden and Dwight Howard. If the two superstars can click in Houston, the Rockets will easily match their 54 wins from a season ago and be right in the thick of the Western Conference playoffs once again.

2013 Houston Rockets Season Preview

The offseason was an exciting one for the Rockets as they locked down the gem of the free agent market in big man Dwight Howard. The center opted out of staying in L.A. to give it a go in Houston around Jeremy Lin, Chandler Parsons and James Harden. The Rockets nabbed the final place in the Western Conference Playoffs last season but bowed out to the Thunder in round 1. This year, along with Howard, they added Ronnie Brewer to an already potent team. The Rockets open the season at home against the Mavericks before a west coast road trip. Other key home games are vs. Lakers on Nov. 7, vs. Bulls on Dec. 18, vs. New York on Jan. 3. The Rockets will be on the national stage on Christmas Day when they play in San Antonio against the Spurs.

2012 Houston Rockets Season Preview

The Rockets are looking forward to a year where they can put up the team stats they dished in 2010-11—first in assists, third in points per game, seventh in rebounds—and make the playoffs. They’re past the Yao Ming era, and must rely on a new group of young players like guards Kevin Marchtin and Kyle Lowery to lead the team. While their speedy guard combo likes to dish, Luis Scola is an All-Star center that has the middle clogged, and is now the leader of a front court that ranked seventh in the league in rebounds. If Houston can contain other teams defensively a bit more—they were 22nd in points allowed last year—the Rockets are one of the teams that could be in for bigger things in 2012.

2011 Houston Rockets Season Preview

Despite an injury-plagued campaign last season, the Houston Rockets managed to almost sneak into the playoffs, but fell just short of securing the eighth seed in the Western Conference. The Rockets return this year with a youthful lineup and several new additions in the hopes of returning to the postseason once again. One of the biggest moves the Rockets made during the offseason was signing center Brad Miller. The addition of Miller may prove beneficial as it was recently announced that Yao Ming would be limited to just 24 minutes a game after a season-ending injury a year ago. The Rockets will also be aided by one of the up-and-coming guards in the league, Aaron Brooks. Along with Brooks, Luis Scola is coming off an impressive showing in the FIBA World Championships, and leading scorer Kevin Martin is back as well. Although the core of the team is young, their youth may also be a hindrance. There are eight players on the roster under 25, and the lack of experience may hurt them down the stretch.

2010 Houston Rockets Season Preview

There is a new sheriff in-town for the Houston Rockets, and his name is Trevor Ariza. During the offseason the Rockets essentially swapped with the Los Angeles Lakers; giving up Ron Artest and signing free agent Ariza. If Ariza can bring the same spark to Houston that he provided in L.A., then look for the scrappy Rockets squad to go deeper in the playoffs than they did last season.

2009 Houston Rockets Season Preview

The Houston Rockets are one of the most passionate teams in the NBA. Houston Rockets players are devoted and loyal to the succcess of the team as well as its teammates, most notably its current list of players Tracy McGrady, Yao Ming and Steve Francis. The Rockets are armed and dangerous with a blend of defense and offense that could earn them 60+ wins this season. Look out for this dedicated Houston team, as fans are expecting an enthusiastic and exciting season this year.

Houston Rockets News

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Houston Rockets News - 4/12/2017

The Houston Rockets have taken the number three seed in the Western Conference and as they enter the playoffs they will have home court advantage against the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Western Conference Quarterfinals will be an exciting best of 7 series putting Westbrook and Harden against each other in the MVP and playoff race. Game 1 of the quarterfinals series will be played in Houston at the Toyota Center; the average ticket price of the game is $140 and has a ticket low price of $63.

Houston Rockets News - 3/30/2017

The Rockets maintain their spot behind the Warriors and Spurs in the West with their 53-23 regular season record. Ryan Anderson will be out for two weeks with an injury to his ankle as the season end approaches. The Rockets will play their next three games on the road before they return to Houston to host the Nuggets; tickets for the game have a low price of $18 for seats in the upper level while floor seats are going for over $200.

Houston Rockets News - 3/7/2017

The Houston Rockets maintained their No. 3 standing in the NBA Power Rankings this week as well as in the Western Conference. The Rockets missed the opportunity last Wednesday to get a win over the No. 2 Spurs with a 123-108 loss. The Rockets will host the Jazz Wednesday night before they travel to Chicago for a matchup against the Bulls. Tickets for Rockets vs Jazz can be bought for as low as $15 for a seat in the 400 level.

Houston Rockets News - 2/21/2017

The Houston Rockets entered the All-Star break with an 117-109 loss to the Miami Heat and a drop to No. 4 in the NBA Power Rankings. As of now, the Rockets have a regular season record of 40-18. The Rockets will travel to New Orleans when they return from the break with a matchup against the Pelicans. Tickets for Rockets vs Pelicans can be bought for a ticket low of $18.

Houston Rockets News - 2/9/2017

The Rockets have not had any consecutive wins since the beginning of January until their last two games against the Bulls and Magic. With games against the Hornets and Suns to finish off the week, they will be looking to earn a four-game winning streak. The Suns will travel to Houston to play against the Rockets at the Toyota Center; tickets for the game average at $55.

Houston Rockets News - 1/24/2017

The Rockets stand at third in the Western Conference following the Warriors and Spurs. The second half of January has not seen a drop in the Rockets performance with five losses after they experienced a nine-game winning streak prior. The Houston Rockets have two road games to finish off this week’s games against the Celtics and 76ers. Tickets for both games have an average price in the $50 range.

Houston Rockets News - 1/12/2017

The Houston Rockets have moved up the NBA power rankings to the No. 2 spot. Before their loss against the Timberwolves Wednesday night, the Rockets had a nine-game winning streak. The next home game for the Rockets will be Friday night against the Grizzlies. Ticket prices for the Rockets vs Grizzlies matchup are from a wide range, with the lowest sale at $9 and the highest sale of $3000.

Houston Rockets News - 12/28/2016

With the Cavs return to the top of the NBA power rankings, the Houston Rockets found themselves one spot lower at No. 4. The Rockets stats currently have their points per game, 113.8, and assists per game, 25.5, as the second best in the league. There will be two more games this week against the Clippers and Knicks. The average ticket prices for both games are in the mid-range with ticket averages between $70-$90 for the Toyota Center games.

Houston Rockets News - 12/15/2016

The Houston Rockets are currently on an 8-game winning streak and have the fourth best defense for the month of December. Because of this, the Rockets have climbed the up a spot in the power rankings to No. 5. Eric Gordon has been a big part of their success with shooting percentage of 52 and making at least three 3-pointers in nine straight games. The Houston Rockets will finish off their week playing matchups against the Pelicans and Timberwolves.

Houston Rockets News - 11/29/2016

The starting lineup for the Houston Rockets has seen some changes with the addition of Patrick Beverley, this has shown improvement to the offensive game compared to the previous lineup. The Rockets won their last two games against the Kings and Trail Blazers with over a 10-point lead in the final scores. The Houston Rockets will play three road games this week against the Jazz, Warriors and Nuggets. Average ticket prices stay below $50 when they visit Utah and Denver but rise when they meet the Warriors on Thursday with a ticket average of $140.

Houston Rockets Seating Recommendation

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Floor 107

The absolute best seats at the Toyota Center are Floor 107. This section is unbelievably close to the action, with the first row just a few feet from the sideline. Floor 107 sits at center court and has great views to both sides of the floor and is equipped with comfortable cushioned chairs. Fans sitting in floor seats also have access to the exclusive Woodforest Club located in the player’s tunnel. Unbelievable views, comfortable chairs, and club access, make Floor 107 our top recommended place to sit at the Toyota Center.

Toyota Center Floor 107

Club 120

Located at center court, Club 120 has expansive views of the whole court, and is only one section over from both the Home and Away benches. The chairs in Club 120 are spacious, cushioned, and some of the most comfortable in the stadium. Fans can escape from the game to the luxury Rockets Club, with access to premium food and drinks.

Toyota Center Club 120

Lower Level 114

If you are on a budget, we recommend sitting in Lower Level 114. Located behind the basket, the first few rows of Lower Level 114 are only a few feet behind the floor seats, and have fantastic views of half of the court. Tickets in this section are only marginally more expensive than seats in the upper level, but are much closer to the action. Lower Level 114 is located near the Rockets Bench and has great exposure to the Rockets players throughout the game.

Toyota Center Lower Level 114