All the promises of an improving youth and multiple No. 1 overall draft picks mixed with Hall-of-Fame veteran leadership is fading fast for the Minnesota Timberwolves. Wednesday’s five-point loss to the New York Knicks marked their seventh loss in eight games and stretched their last 10-game record to 2-8.

The Timberwolves are competing and are not just rolling over, which is both encouraging and discouraging. Since December began with a three-point loss at home to the Orlando Magic, the Timberwolves have had only one loss in their eight games played where the margin of defeat was double digits (12/15 vs. Nuggets 112-100). Four of the eight games were decides by less than five points.

There are eight games remaining in December for the Timberwolves, who hope to be on the winning side of some of these close games they seem to routinely find themselves in. With secondary market information provided by, below are the most expensive Timberwolves tickets remaining this calendar year.

12/28/2015 | San Antonio Spurs vs. Minnesota Timberwolves | AT&T Center | Average Price: $135.55 | Get-in Price: $21

12/20/2015 | Brooklyn Nets vs. Minnesota Timberwolves | Barclays Center | Average Price: $129.39 | Get-in Price: $14

12/18/2015 | Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Sacramento Kings | Target Center | Average Price: $125.16 | Get-in Price: $11

12/26/2015 | Minnesota Timberwolves vs. Indiana Pacers | Target Center | Average Price: $117.15 | Get-in Price: $33

Two road games show up before the Timberwolves play at the Target Center, as the most expensive game remaining in December is against the San Antonio Spurs on December 28th with an average ticket price of $135.55 with a get-in price of $21. Last week the average ticket price for this game was nearing the $170 mark, but has been falling steadily.

Tickets to see the Kings are the most expensive home opponent for the Timberwolves remaining, playing on December 18th with an average ticket price of $125.16 with a get-in price of only $11. An ever cheaper home games appears on the day after Christmas when the Indiana Pacers come to town with an average ticket price of under $120, but a higher get-in price of $33.

Attending any home game throughout the season is made easiest with, which has Target Center parking starting from $4.