One of the best ballers in the NBA is about to return to Canadian soil. Former Raptor Kawhi Leonard will be in B.C. for the LA Clippers vs Dallas Mavericks game in Vancouver this Thursday. Surprisingly enough, tickets for the game are still on sale and they are cheaper then you think. If you’re looking to do something different with your Thursday night, this game might be it. 

Kawhi stole our hearts when he helped lead the Toronto Raptors to become the 2019 NBA champions. Known as the King of the North, Kawhi will always have a special place in Raptors fans' hearts. 

If you, like most people, couldn’t afford tickets to any of the finals games, then the closest you ever got to Kawhi was through the T.V. Now's your chance to change that. Kawhi is coming to Vancouver for an NBA Canada series game on October 17 with his new team, the LA Clippers.

The 7:30 p.m. game will be taking place at Rogers Arena. Even though tickets went on sale back in July, there are still some up for grabs. 

According to Stubhub, you can tickets as cheap as USD$54 each, which is about CAD$70. Which isn't too bad, considering tickets were going for thousands of dollars during the finals. 

People have definitely spent larger amounts of money on crazier things. In fact, when Avengers: End Game came out, people were spending hundreds of dollars on opening night tickets. 

According to StubHub, these $70 tickets are in the upper 314 section. It may not be ideal but hey, at least you can afford it. 

If you’re looking to attend the game and aren’t worried about spending money, then try going for the best seats in the house.

Right now, those seats are located in the lower 106. Each ticket in this section will cost you CAD$807, which may be a small price to pay if you are a Kawhi superfan. You can also buy tickets to the game on Ticketmaster, where the cheapest seats are currently listed at CAD$108.

Either way, you will get to see Kawhi hit the court on his $103 million, three-year deal with the Clippers franchise. 

Even though he may not be playing for a Canadian team anymore, us Canadians still love him just the same. 

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