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Fans paid $99,000 to purchase two courtside seats for Game 7

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StubHub recently sold two courtside tickets for $49,500 apiece, the most expensive non-suite seats the online site has ever sold, ESPN.com reported.

According to StubHub spokesman Cameron Papp, the buyer is "well known."

 The nigh-on hundred grand investment is a new record for the ticket resale platform, besting the previous mark of $37,000 for an up-close-and-personal look at Game 4 of the 2008 NBA Finals. That last came under threat last May, when the Manny Pacquiao-Floyd Mayweather superfight earned one e-scalper $35,000.

Everyone expects a big game tomorrow. Golden State Warriors had 3-1, and now is 3-3 against LeBron James and Cleveland Cavaliers.

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I completely understand the hype about the Game 7 and NBA Finals. Many fans dream to watch the most important games of the season.

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For the Cavs fans who can't make the trek to Oracle Arena, you can still go to Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland for a watch party.

How much money would you spend for the Game 7, if you have an opportunity to watch your favorite team? It doesn't matter if it is about NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, Champions League, etc.

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