That's not so. For the first season, they started at $15, part of a longstanding--if short-lived--plan to offer 2,000 seats at $15, and in the second, season tickets started at $25.
Now that single-game Brooklyn Nets tickets are on sale, it's interesting to see how dramatic the price differences are depending on the opponent. Some games cost well more than $45, starting at $110, while some cost far less, starting at $20.
Below, some selected screen shots showing current ticket prices. In Brooklyn, prices likely will change as the season develops and the number of available seats fluctuates.
Note that not only do the cheap seats fluctuate in price, so too do the moderate-priced and more expensive seats.
For now, it's not surprising that games against the Cleveland Cavaliers and New York Knicks command the highest prices. It is surprising how cheap, relatively speaking, some seats are to see the defending champion San Antonio Spurs.
From more expensive to less expensive
The Cleveland Cavaliers have LeBron James, Kevin Love, and Kyrie Irving: $110.
The New York Knicks may not be very good, but they have a strong local fan base: $79.
The Chicago Bulls are a solid team: $75.
The Indiana Pacers may be as good as last year, but likely not: $50.
The Miami Heat still have Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh: $45.
The San Antonio Spurs won the NBA championship last year, but seats are only $35? A bargain.
The Milwaukee Bucks will be terrible, but they will have former Nets coach Jason Kidd: $35.
The Philadelphia 76ers will be lousy: $25.
The Minnesota Timberwolves are rebuilding: $20.