Fan Paid a Ridiculous Amount of Money for 2 Courtside Seats to Warriors-Raptors Game 1

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One fan is apparently willing to spend as much money as necessary to sit courtside in the NBA Finals.

A pair of tickets at floor level sold for nearly $57,000 for Game 1 between the Golden State Warriors and Toronto Raptors.

In Canadian dollars, the fan paid over $76,000 for the two seats. Now that's commitment. It must have taken a lot of will power to drop just about the median United States household income on two seats for the game

Whoever it is, they'll bear witness to a historic game. The first game of the series will mark the first NBA Finals game in Toronto Raptors franchise history.

Oh, and Drake will be within earshot, so there's a real chance that a massage will be included in that $57,000.

They'll also get to see Kawhi Leonard's defensive genius put to the test in real time as he's tasked with defending the likes of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson.

Let's just hope that at the end of the game, the team they're heading out to support manages to pull out a win. Otherwise, it might as well be money flushed down the drain.