Los Angeles (USA) (EFE).- Just five days before the game between the Lakers and the Thunder in which LeBron James is expected to become the top scorer in NBA history, a ticket to see that moment live and at the foot of the track costs $30,208.
According to data from Thursday night from StubHub, a reference portal for legal resale in the US, that entry to witness the record -if the forecasts are met and there are no injuries- just a few meters away is the most face of those that are currently available on that website.
The ticket itself costs $23,660 but to that must be added more than $6,500 in management fees.
On the other hand, the cheapest ticket of those that are for sale on StubHub amounts to $386 (including expenses) in section 306, which is an upper corner of the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles.
LeBron, who scored 26 points this Thursday in the Los Angeles Lakers’ victory over the Indiana Pacers, is only 63 points away from surpassing the legendary mark of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (38,387 points).
Given that he is averaging 30.2 points per game and that the Angels will face the New Orleans Pelicans on Saturday, LeBron will most likely achieve the record on Tuesday against the Oklahoma City Thunder or on Thursday against the Milwaukee Bucks ( both games will be played in Los Angeles).