Fresh off their first run to the Eastern Conference Finals since relocating from St. Louis in 1968, the Atlanta Hawks are hungry for more. The high-flying Hawks shocked the league last season, bursting out of the gate and going on to finish with the East’s top record with a potent pass-first offense led by breakout point guard Jeff Teague. Mike Budenholzer earned Coach of the Year honors for guiding his squad to their best season in Atlanta history, but to reach the NBA Finals, he’ll need to figure out how to get over the bump in the road that is LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. As always, Razorgator remains your source for the hottest Atlanta Hawks tickets at Philips Arena—be a part of the high-flying, high-scoring action when the Atlanta Hawks take the floor in 2015-16!
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One of the best series in the playoffs thus far is between the Atlanta Hawks and the Boston Celtics. Before game five began on Tuesday night, it was all tied up at 2-2. The Hawks got off to a really slow start in the first half and ended up relying a lot on their bench for support. Forward, Mike Scott was one of the key players of the game, scoring 17 points off the bench. The Hawks ended up playing well both offensively and defensively. They forced the Celtics to make 19 turnovers, which led to the final score of 110-83 for the Hawks. Catch all of the action live for game six on April 28. Tickets start at $96.
The Atlanta Hawks had a three game winning streak before they lost to the Cavaliers on April 11. Kent Bazemore lead the team in scoring with 23 points, and Jeff Teague added another 21. Al Horford helped out by snagging 11 rebounds and also had 20 points. Despite the loss, the Hawks still have a chance to enter the playoffs no worse than fourth place in their division. This means they will have home-court advantage during the first round of playoffs. Their final regular season game will be against the Wizards on April 13, and then they will had to the first round of playoffs. You still have the chance to get your tickets for the Wizards game starting at $4.
This is your last chance to catch the Atlanta Hawks in action before the post season begins. Their last home game will be on April 9th against the Boston Celtics. Tickets are still available starting as low as just $39. After that, the Hawks just have two away games remaining until the playoffs begin. Being the third seeded team, they will be facing the Charlotte Hornets. The Hawks have faced the Hornets three times this season and won three of their games. To start, the two teams will be meeting on the Hawks’ home court and you can be in attendance to see the matchup that will set the tone for the entire playoffs for the Hawks.
The Atlanta Hawks were riding on a good five-game winning streak until they met up with the Washington Wizards on Monday night. They Hawks played inconsistently throughout the entire game, while the Wizards crashed the boards and continued to score. The Wizards also committed only nine turnovers, which helped lead them to the 117-102 win over the Hawks. The Hawks are in need of every win possible as the playoffs quickly approach. Watch them play the Wizards again on March 23, except this time it will be on away turf. Tickets are still available to purchase so don’t wait a second longer and buy yours today for an affordable $12 a ticket.
3/14/16 - The Atlanta Hawks are right in the middle of the Eastern Conference and are fighting every game to not get bumped to the bottom of the standing board. Currently they are sitting in fifth place, but the Hornets and Pacers are close behind them. The Hawks had a great weekend, when they took on the Memphis Grizzlies and the Indiana Pacers. The Georgia team was able to not only beat both teams, but they did so with authority. On March 16, the Hawks play against the Detroit Pistons with hopes to add another W to their record. Tickets start at $5 each, so don’t miss your chance to catch the team live in action.
2/8/16 - The competition in the NBA’s Eastern conference is running very tight this year. Most teams near the top of the standing board are only one game shy of each other. That includes the Atlanta Hawks. They are only one game behind the Boston Celtics, but on the other side of the coin, the Miami Heat are only one game behind the Hawks. The Hawks have been going on both winning and losing streaks in the past few weeks. They have lost their last two games in a row and are hoping to pull off a win when they face off against the Miami Heat. Get your tickets today to see the two teams battle it out.
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2/1/16 - After ending their losing streak last week, the Atlanta Hawks lost their momentum and took a couple losses again. Fortunately, it looks like they have recovered. After three consecutive defeats, the Hawks hosted the Dallas Mavericks on February 1st. They managed to earn an early lead in the first quarter, and while their lead was diminished in the second, they were still ahead going into the half. In the end, the Hawks had run away with the game and finished with a final score of 97-112. It looks like they really knew how to hold on to their momentum, too, because they Hawks followed this win up by beating out the Philadelphia 76ers 124-86.
1/25/16 - After losing two in a row by just three points, the Atlanta Hawks were able to beat the Nuggets 119-105 on January 25. The Hawks had a strong second quarter that put them ahead by 15, and they were able to hold onto that lead for the rest of the game, despite a solid effort by the Nuggets. Paul Millsap led the team with 22 points, and Al Hoford added 18 more. The Hawks headed home and hosted the Clippers on the 27, but they were once again on the losing end of a close game. They head to Indiana to play the Pacers on the 28, and you can still get tickets to catch the action in person for prices starting at $6.
1/18/16 - After losing a close game against the Bucks in overtime on January 15, the Atlanta Hawks have won three in a row. Their latest win was against the Trail Blazers. The Hawks started out strong, outscoring the Trail Blazers in the first quarter 29-18. However, the Trail Blazers outscored them in the second quarter to bring to score to 48-43 when they went into their locker rooms for the break. The Hawks lost their lead with eight minutes left to play, but the Hawks did not give up and were able to win the game 104-98. The Hawks next play the Kings on January 21, and you can still get tickets for $17 and up.
1/11/16 - There are not very many home games remaining for the Atlanta Hawks before they hit the road for a lengthy away series. It may be too late to get tickets for January 16th’s matchup, where the Hawks will be hosting the Brooklyn Nets, but you can still secure your place in the stands to cheer them to victory when the Hawks host the Orlando Magic on January 18th. Tickets start as low as $16. After this round, the Hawks are not returning to Atlanta until January 27th, when they will be hosting the Los Angeles Clippers. Be sure to catch them in action while you still can. These are sure to be some exciting games.
1/4/16 - After losing two games against the Knicks on the 3 and 5, the Atlanta Hawks beat the 76ers 126-98. After a close first quarter, the Hawks drew ahead in the second quarter. The 76ers had a 13-0 run in the third quarter, but the Hawks were able to maintain the lead and control the game. Kent Bazermore led the team with 22 points, including nine points in the final three minutes of the third quarter that brought the Hawks' lead from 11 to 21 points. Paul Millsap and Al Horford added 18 points apiece to help with the victory. The Hawks next host the Bulls on January 9. You can still get tickets to the game, with prices starting at $12.
12/28/15 - The Atlanta Hawks game against the Houston Rockets on December 29 definitely didn’t go as planned. The Hawks sharp and dependable three-point shooter, Kyle Korver, was suffering from a major slump. He hit zero for 18-point attempts, but the Hawks other starters took up the slack. Horford contributed 30 points and 14 rebounds to the Hawks stats. Bazemore put up 26 points and Millsap scored 22 points to lead the Hawks to a 121-115 victory over the Houston Rockets. The Hawks play again on January 3 against the New York Knicks in New York, so don’t miss your chance to catch all of the action live. Tickets start at $109 apiece.
12/21/15 - The Atlanta Hawks added another win when they played the Celtics on December 18. They struggled in the first part of the game, but they rallied in the fourth for the win. Paul Millsap had 20 points, 15 of which were in the fourth quarter. Dennis Schroder led the team in points with 22, five of which occurred during an 11-2 run in the fourth quarter that helped grab the lead. Al Horford also helped the offense with 21 points and also grabbed 10 rebounds. The Hawks play the Magic in Orlando before heading home for three games against the Trail Blazers, Pistons, and Knicks. You can still get tickets, with prices to the Trail Blazers game on the 21 starting at just $4.
12/14/15 - Following the Atlanta Hawks’ back-to-back wins earlier this month, they seem to have hit a snag. As of their matchup against the Miami Heat on December 14th, the Hawks have lost three consecutive games. Most recently, they fell short with an uncharacteristically low 88 points. Even stranger still, their two most recent games were both on their own court. Perhaps the Hawks will be able to turn things around on December 16 when they face the Philadelphia 76ers, who have only won a single game this year. After that, the Hawks will be hitting the road and will not return until December 21st to host the Portland Trailblazers. Tickets start at just $33.
12/7/15 - The Atlanta Hawks have won their last two games in a row, beating the Lakers and the Mavericks. This back-to-back wins are the first time since early November that the team has been able to have consecutive wins. The Hawks rallied against the Mavericks to win 98-95. Paul Millsap led the team in scoring with 20 points and helped turn the game to the Hawks' favor with a jumper in the final minutes of play. He also grabbed 11 rebounds, which gave him his 11th double-double so far this season. The team also had a strong defense, keeping the Mavericks to just 36 percent shooting. They next play the Thunder on December 10, and you can still get tickets for just $7.
11/30/15 - The Atlanta Hawks continue to only win one game for every loss. It seems they have hit a standstill, going back as far as mid-November. With a record of 12-9, the Hawks are eight in the Eastern Conference. There are plenty of upcoming home matches, however, so come out and cheer the Hawks on to see if they can break their pattern and start dominating the court once again. After these two away matches, the Hawks will be hosting the San Antonio Spurs on December 12th. Tickets are available starting as low as $24. After that, they will be hosting the Miami Heat on the 14th, just two days later. Come show your support.
11/23/15 - The Atlanta Hawks are currently in the number five position of the Eastern Conference, but this fact is very misleading. The Hawks have had significantly more games than their higher-ranked competition, which means that despite ranking below them, the Hawks actually have more wins. Do not fret; the Hawks are doing well this season and their ranking should resemble their actual performance soon, as the other teams catch up. Meanwhile, the Hawks are headed out on the road for three consecutive away games. They will return on November 30th to host the Oklahoma City Thunder. Tickets are already available, starting as low as $24. Come out and cheer the Hawks to victory.
11/16/15 - The Atlanta Hawks are in the middle of an extremely strong season, but they have been struggling slightly recently. Starting on November 13th, they lost three consecutive games, two of which on away courts. On November 18th, the Hawks managed to break their losing streak when they hosted the Los Angeles Kings, but it still cost them their number two position in the Eastern Conference. With a record of 9-5, the Hawks are now third, right behind the Chicago Bulls. The Bulls actually have fewer wins than the Hawks, but fewer losses mean they have a better win ratio. Up next, the Hawks will host the Boston Celtics on November 29th. Tickets start at $24.
11/9/15 - The Atlanta Hawks are sitting pretty on the Eastern Conference board in second place, following closely behind the Cleveland Cavaliers by one game. The month of November has been treating the Hawks well when they started it off by winning five games in a row. Since then, wins have been touch and go and they lost their last matchup against the Celtics on November 13. Boston had some trouble with getting the basketball in the net during the first half, but this went away during the second half when they outscored the Hawks. The final score was 93-106 for the Celtics. See if they can recoup from their loss when they play the Brooklyn Nets on November 17. Get your tickets today.
11/2/15 - After suffering an opening night upset, the Atlanta Hawks have quickly found their rhythm. Mike Budenholzer’s team didn’t have much time either—with two stretches in November of four games in five nights, they could easily find themselves in a hole early in the season. Five straight W’s has dispelled that fear though, as ATL clipped the Hornets twice in a home-and-home set, followed by the Heat and winless Nets. They’ve got a tall test in front of them Friday in the form of Anthony Davis, and following the Pelicans game, it’s back home for the Wizards and Wolves. Get your seats for Minnesota at the Hawks starting from just $9!
10/26/15 - Finally the Atlanta Hawks take the court again. Their season opener was not what the fans were hoping for, but the second game this year more than makes up for it. To start, the Hawks hosted the Detroit Pistons. The two teams were tied at the end of the first quarter, but Atlanta fell behind from there. In the end, they were just shy of breaking 100 points with a score of 106-94. Afterward, however, the Hawks travelled to New York to play the Knicks. That exciting game ended with 112-101 as the final score. From here, the Hawks will be returning to Atlanta to host the Charlotte Hornets before hitting the road again.
10/19/15 - The Atlanta Hawks have just one more preseason game before their official start to the 2015-16 NBA season on October 27. The Hawks started their preseason out strong with four wins in a row until they lost on October 18 against the Miami Heat and then had another loss against the Memphis Grizzlies on the 21st. The game against the Grizzlies was close, with a final score of 81-82. The Hawks led in the first quarter, but then the Grizzlies had strong second and third quarters to close the gap and get ahead. The Hawks outscored the Grizzlies 26-24 in the final quarter, but it was not enough for the win. You can still get tickets to catch the Hawks in action. Prices start at $7.
10/14/15 - The 2015 season kicks off for the Atlanta Hawks on October 27th when they host the Detroit Pistons. Tickets are still available for the season opener starting at $26. If you simply cannot wait to see the Hawks in action, there are still two home preseason games on October 18th and 21st. Tickets for those matches start at $8 and $4. The Hawks have an incredible season lined up, so get in at the beginning and see them in action before anybody else. Once the regular season gets started, they are going to have many away games to start, so take this opportunity to catch the Hawks on their own court.
8/10/15 - Fans of the Atlanta Hawks may still have to wait over two months to catch Al Horford, Kyle Korver, Paul Millsap, and the rest of their favorite players live in action, but now have something to look forward to during the offseason. The new NBA schedule for the 2015-2016 season has just been released, and the Hawks are gearing up for what could be one of their best seasons yet. After finishing first in the Southeast Division after a blazing 60-22 record, the Hawks will look to take on the Detroit Pistons in their home opener game. It all kicks off on Tuesday, October 27 at 8:00 p.m. at Philips Arena. Don’t miss your chance to see this season opener in person. Tickets are available starting at just $41.
5/18/15 - The Eastern Conference Finals are here, and the Atlanta Hawks are ready to show the world that they’re not just a regular-season team. Atlanta will tip off Game 1 at home versus LeBron James and his Cavaliers on Wednesday as they attempt to make their first trip to the NBA Finals for the first time in over four decades. The Hawks punched their ticket to the ECF with a six-game series win over the Wizards, narrowly avoiding a Game 6 overtime after Paul Pierce’s miraculous fall-away three was waved off for coming just after the buzzer had sounded. Atlanta holds home court advantage, and tickets for Games 1 and 2 at Philips Arena are on sale now! Limited seats for Wednesday’s opener start at $114, or check out Game 2 on Friday starting from $142.
5/11/15 - The Atlanta Hawks are halfway through the second round of the playoffs. After losing the opening game to the Wizards, many fans were worried. The Hawks, however, followed their loss up with a very strong 90-106 victory, once again scoring nearly 30 points in the first quarter. After traveling to the Wizards' home court, their matchups become even more intense. The Hawks lost one and won one of their away games, but the difference in the final score has not gone above a slim five points. This means the Hawks and the Wizards have each won two games and whichever team wins two of the three remaining games will move on to the semifinals. Atlanta holds the home court advantage, however, so their chances to move on to the next round are good.
5/4/15 - After finishing a six-game series with the Nets that was decidedly more competitive than many had expected, the Atlanta Hawks advanced to the second round of the NBA playoffs. Unfortunately, they came up short in their home opener versus the Wizards, as Paul Pierce led his squad to an upset over the No. 1 seeded Hawks 104-98. Atlanta opened the game strong, posting 37 points in the first quarter and holding a 10-point lead at halftime. Bradley Beal got going in the second half to spark Washington however, and they rallied for the six-point win to steal home court advantage in the series. The Hawks face a crucial Game 2 on Tuesday night at Philips Arena. Tickets are still available from $21, but act now because supplies are limited!
4/27/15 - The Atlanta Hawks followed up their victory in the first game of the playoffs with one more win. However, it was still a very close game against the Brooklyn Nets, the final score coming to 91-96. The Nets are putting up a surprising amount of resistance and they carried that fight strong on their own court. The Hawks were not able to beat them in an away game, so the two teams are returning to Atlanta. Even though the Hawks and Nets are tied with two wins each, Atlanta still holds the advantage because two of the three remaining games are on their court. They need to win twice more to move on to the next round. Your next chance to see them live will be on April 29th.
4/21/15 - The playoffs are here for the Atlanta Hawks and they are doing well so far. The good news is that the Hawks have won the first game of the post season, against the Brooklyn Nets who are bringing up the rear of either conference. Many fans, however, certainly were expecting the Hawks to win by more than the close 92-99 game. Kyle Korver lead the Hawks with 21 points and DeMarre Carroll and Jeff Teague followed him up with 17 points each. As the top team in the Eatern Conference, the Hawks have won the opportunity to start the playoffs on their own court, which means you have one more chance to catch them live before they play on the Nets’ court for a couple games. Tickets start at only $27.
4/13/15 - The Atlanta Hawks have lost a couple matches this week, but they still remain in the number two spot for the entire league. With the 2015 regular season on its last days, Hawks fans will finally be learning who Atlanta will be taking on in the opening round of the payoffs. Right now, with the Boston Celtics securing the number seven slot for the Eastern Conference, the final spot can either go to the Brooklyn Nets, Miami Heat, or Indiana Pacers. It's looking like Indiana might take it, but regardless, the Hawks have not lost a match to any of these teams for the entire season, so they are in a good spot for starting the playoffs strong. After the season ends on April 15th, they will know who their first opponent will be.
4/6/15 - The Atlanta Hawks have only had two matches so far this week, but they were able to win both of them by a significant lead. First, the Hawks took on the Brooklyn Nets on April 4th. With a nine-point lead by the end of the first quarter, which only grew from there, it was a very strong game for Atlanta. The final score came to 9-131. Three days later, the Hawks played the Phoenix Suns. That was a much lower scoring game, but Atlanta still held a strong 27-point lead by the final buzzer. The score in that match came to 69-96. The Brooklyn Nets will have a rematch on their own court next, then the Hawks will return to play the Charlotte Hornets on April 10th. Tickets start at $12.
3/30/15 - After ending their short losing streak, the Atlanta Hawks have only won half of their last four games. The Hawks dominated all their home games, but have been struggling on the road. Their best game recently was against the Milwaukee Bucks, in which Atlanta got 101 points. In fact, the Hawks managed to score more than the Bucks in each of the four quarters. It was good practice for the playoffs because the Bucks also qualified for the postseason, but the Hawks will have a lot of trouble if they continue to lose in their away games. Up next, they have back-to-back home games, so maybe they will be able to get their energy back. If nothing else, those matches promise to be very exciting for the fans.
3/23/15 - With the playoffs less than a month away, the Atlanta Hawks and the Golden State Warriors are going back and forth as the top team. Last week, the two teams were tied for wins, but the Warriors were able to beat the Hawks when they faced off. Atlanta suffered a few more losses following that defeat, but they just ended their short slump on March 25th when they took on the Orlando Magic. It was not a very high scoring game, but the Hawks still came out on top, with 95-83 as the final score. There are six remaining home games before the payoffs start, the first being on March 27th against the Miami Heat. Tickets start at $62. You do not have many opportunities left to see the Hawks in action.
3/16/15 - There is no question about how well the Atlanta Hawks are doing. They ran into a little trouble last week and got a couple losses, but they have recovered admirably. Since then, they have seen three consecutive victories, most recently against the Sacramento Kings, against whom the Hawks traditionally do very well. Just last week, Atlanta scored a whopping 130 points against the Kings, and on March 16, they managed to get up to 110. This win means the Hawks have won 10 of their last 12 games and they are tied with the Golden State Warriors for the most wins in the entire league. These top two teams will play each other next while the Hawks continue their series of away games. Then they return on March 22nd and tickets for their homecoming start at $57.
3/12/15 - One of the better teams in the NBA right now is Atlanta. The Hawks, sporting a 50-14 record, are first in the Southeast Division. Their latest game against the Denver Nuggets didn’t go according to plan, losing 115-102. In their hard-fought loss, Kyle Korver scored 18 points. Dennis Shroder, coming off the bench, also had a great game and scored 13 points. The Hawks still need to improve their defense, especially against teams with streaky shooters. On multiple occasions they gave up open looks, which hurt them in the fourth quarter. Next up for the Hawks is a great match against the Phoenix Suns. The Hawks will need to keep up their great passing efforts in order to come away with the victory. Tickets for the game can be bought now for a starting price of $19.
3/2/15 - Partly by virtue of playing in the Eastern Conference, where they are a run-away for first place, the Atlanta Hawks can become the first NBA team to clinch a playoff spot this season with just three more wins. With over 20 games remaining in the schedule, Hawks fans surely like their team’s odds. Atlanta is playing so well currently that they were able to sit four regular starters versus the Heat on Saturday and still come away with a victory, 93-91, behind 22 points from Paul Millsap and 10 assists from second-year point guard Dennis Schroder. The Hawks will try to build on their current four-game winning streak on Tuesday when they host MVP candidate James Harden and the Houston Rockets. Get in the game for as low as $33!
2/23/15 - Hardly anyone predicted that the Atlanta Hawks would be leading the Eastern Conference with 25 games left in the regular NBA season. They have a 7-game cushion over the Toronto Raptors, who have the next best record. The Hawks added another win to their scorecard when they played the Milwaukee Bucks last Sunday. They took an early lead after the first quarter, at 22-13. The Bucks tried hard to pull ahead in the third, but the Hawks’ defense held them back. The final score came in at 97-86. The Hawks host the Orlando Magic on Friday (2/27). They travel to Orlando for a Sunday game, then come back to the Philips Arena on Tuesday (3/3) to face the Houston Rockets. Tickets for each of these games start at $24.
2/16/15 - Kyle Lowry and the other Atlanta Hawks made an outstanding showing at the NBA All-Star game, but it wasn’t enough to pull the Eastern Conference to the win. Lowry had 8 assists and 4 steals, and Kyle Korver scored 21 points with three-pointers. In Al Horford’s third time appearance in the All-Star game, he had eight points, seven rebounds, and two assists. The Hawks showed their strength on the court. They’re a team that doesn’t need a superstar to bring them together. Get your tickets for Friday’s (2/20) game against the Toronto Raptors. Tickets start at $28. Catch all the action in Philips Arena and cheer the team to a win! Don’t forget to get tickets to the Dallas Mavericks game on Wednesday (2/25). Seats are going fast.
2/9/15 - The Atlanta Hawks picked up another win for a 43-10 record, which is good for a strong first place in the Eastern Conference. The Hawks beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 117-105 on Monday night. At halftime, the different was only four points, but the Hawks came out strong in the third period with 29 points to the Timberwolves’ 19. The fourth quarter was close, but the Timberwolves couldn’t make up the deficit. On Friday (2/20), the Hawks host the Toronto Raptors. With both teams rested up, it should be a great game. Get your tickets from Razorgator starting at $35. The following Wednesday (2/25), the Dallas Mavericks come to Atlanta. With tickets starting at $18, you’ll want to come out and see these fantastic teams play some exciting basketball.
2/2/15 - Although the Atlanta Hawks remain in first place in the Southeast Division, they had a disappointing game against the New Orleans Pelicans, losing their first in 2015 with a final score of 100-115. The Pelicans broke the Hawks’ 19 game winning streak. The Hawks host the Golden State Warriors on Friday (2/6). Tickets at Razorgator start at $71. You’ll want to come out and catch some great basketball because the Hawks go out on the road after Friday’s game, then take a week off before their next home game on Friday (2/20). The Hawks are the first team to win 40 games this season. With a 0.822 win percentage, the Warriors are on top of the NBA. The Hawks have a 0.816 with their 40-9 record.
1/26/15 - Still yet to lose a game in 2015, the Atlanta Hawks continue to hush doubters around the league—few as there may still be. Their NBA-high winning streak now stands at 16 games, with the last nine victories all by double-digits, and seemingly their entire starting five is up for All Star consideration. Paul Millsap is averaging 17 points and nearly eight rebounds per game while remaining a defensive force in the paint; breakout star Jeff Teague is also putting in 17 points a night, and ranks among league assist leaders with 7.5 dimes per contest. The Hawks will take on Brooklyn Wednesday night, before wrapping up their current homestand with back-to-back games versus Portland and Philadelphia. Be a part of all the excitement at Philips Arena to see Atlanta take on the 76ers, with tickets still available from just $29!
1/19/15 - The Atlanta Hawks continue their winning streak to the last 13 games. They have a 34-8 record, and they now have the second highest win percentage in the NBA, following the Warriors. The Hawks are enjoying a series of game on home court, and you don’t want to miss any of the action. Their upcoming games feature the Oklahoma City Thunder (1/23), Minnesota Timberwolves (1/25), and the Brooklyn Nets (1/28). Forbes recently announced that the Hawks are for sale, valued at around $825 million which is the 27th place in the list of teams. Fortunately, it won’t cost you anywhere near that to get your tickets to see them play. Most games start at $15 when you get tickets from Razorgator. Come out and cheer the team!
1/12/15 - Owners of the third-best record in the league, the Atlanta Hawks are making a push to run away with the Eastern Conference this season, improving to 29-8 with another week of big victories. The Memphis Grizzlies, Washington Wizards, and hot-streaking Detroit Pistons all fell victim to Atlanta, extending the Hawks’ winning streak to eight games. An upcoming back-to-back set versus non-playoff teams in the East may help ATL push their streak to double-digits, and pad their four-game lead over the Toronto Raptors in the East. The Hawks open a short road trip versus the Philadelphia 76ers on Tuesday night, before flying to Boston to face the Celtics at TD Garden on Wednesday night. Act now, and you can be a part of the live action for as little as $15!
1/5/15 - Working hard to prove that their success is not a fluke, the Atlanta Hawks have rattled off five straight wins since falling to the Bucks the day after Christmas. Mike Budenholzer’s young squad went 14-2 in December, and opened 2015 with three straight road wins, including impressive victories over the Portland Trail Blazers and Los Angeles Clippers. Jeff Teague continues to play at an all-star level, and the combination of Al Horford and Paul Millsap in the paint has helped Atlanta limit opponents to 97.6 points per game, tied for second-best in the league. This Friday, the Hawks will square off with the Detroit Pistons, who have rolled to their own six-game win streak over the past two weeks. Razorgator has your tickets for all the action, starting at just $7 each!
12/29/14 - The Atlanta Hawks stumbled at home on Friday, and suffered only their second loss in 17 games—a 107-77 trampling by the Milwaukee Bucks. The Hawks did earn a bit of redemption the following evening, handing Milwaukee a 90-85 loss on their own floor, while retaking sole possession of second place in the suddenly-competitive Eastern Conference. Point guard Jeff Teague paced Atlanta with 25 points, eight rebounds and seven assists, and Al Horford contributed 20 points to go with nine boards in the winning effort. The Hawks will play their final game of 2014 on Tuesday night, when they host LeBron James and his Cleveland Cavaliers. You can be a part of all the action with tickets from Razorgator—seats are still available starting at $44.
12/23/14 - Winners of four straight games and owners of the second-best record in the Eastern Conference, the Atlanta Hawks are proving themselves to be a legit contender in the 2014-15 season. After starting the year with a pedestrian 7-6 record, the Hawks have dropped only one of their last 14 games, a one-point loss on the back half of a home-and-home series versus Orlando. Since November, they have scored convincing wins over the Houston Rockets, LeBron James’ Cleveland Cavaliers, and most recently the new-look Dallas Mavericks, whose addition of Rajon Rondo was not enough to stop the streaking Hawks. Atlanta will try to add another win, as they host Blake Griffin and the Los Angeles Clippers on Tuesday night at Philips Arena. Get in with Razorgator—limited seats are still available starting at $45, so act fast!
12/15/14 - The Atlanta Hawks may have lost to the Orlando Magic in their game on December 13, but they still have 17 wins in the season for a second place rank in the Southeast Division. They came back on the 15th to take the victory against the Chicago Bulls in a fairly close game. The Hawks have two home games the week of Christmas. The first on the 23rd against the Los Angeles Clippers, and the second game on the 26th against the Milwaukee Bucks. With ticket prices starting at $24 for seats for the Clippers, and only $17 against the Bucks, what better way to entertain the kids when they’re out of school over the holiday break. Get your tickets for the whole family and enjoy a great basketball game!
12/8/14 - The Atlanta Hawks continued their strong start to the 2014-15 NBA season on Monday, defeating the Indiana Pacers on the road, 108-92. Hawks center Al Horford led all scorers with 25 points, and point guard Jeff Teague added 21 points on 8-11 shooting to go with his seven assists. Atlanta has not enjoyed home court advantage in the playoffs since their 53-win season in 2009-10, and has been eliminated in the first round each of the last three years. The Hawks will try to strengthen their hold on the second place spot in the Eastern Conference when they host Michael Carter-Williams and the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday night at Philips Arena. You can still get great seats through Razorgator, with tickets starting at just $9!
12/1/14 - A one sided win on Saturday against the Charlotte Hornets brings the Atlanta Hawks to 9-6 and also marks their fourth win since they ended their two game losing streak. Atlanta had an incredible game ending with a whopping 30 point lead. In fact, in the first half alone, the Hawks scored 64 points against the Hornets’ 28. The final score came to 75-105: not even close. Atlanta is still doing exceptionally well this season, sitting in the number two spot for the Southwest Division. The top position is still held by the Washington Wizards who are well known for dominating this season. However, despite winning almost all their games, the Wizards should watch out for the Hawks who are closing in fast, only 2 wins behind.
11/24/14 - A win on Friday ends the Atlanta Hawks’ two-game losing streak. The very close game against the Detroit Pistons ended with 99 for the Hawks and 89 for the Pistons. Atlanta was able to build a small lead in the first two quarters and maintain it for the rest of the game, with each point mirrored perfectly. This game marks the Hawks’ return to a positive win/loss ratio with 6-5. Being 3rd for their district, it seems Atlanta is just able to keep its head above water. They’ll be taking on the Washington Wizards in an away game on Tuesday, but they’ll return for a long series of home games, the first of which is against the Toronto Raptors. Tickets are available starting at just $6.
11/17/14 - An unfortunate loss for the Atlanta Hawks on Saturday. The home court advantage must have simply been too much for them as their opponents, the Cleveland Cavaliers, scored better than them in each of the four quarters, bringing the final score to 94-127. A rough game for the Hawks to say the least, but they can afford it as their season has been very impressive so far. They are sitting in 2nd for their division at 5-4. In fact, before Saturday, they were on quite the winning streak. There are plenty of opportunities for Atlanta to create an incredible win-loss ratio before the season ends, starting with Tuesday’s home game against the Los Angeles Lakers. With tickets starting at only $9, you may be able to see the Hawks start a new winning streak.
11/10/14 - The Atlanta Hawks came away with a victory on Saturday against the New York Knicks with 103-96. This leaves the Hawks with 2-3 and their second win in a row. This game mirrors the Hawk’s most recent victory of 102-92 against the Indiana Pacers on the 3rd. Unlike that game, however, the Hawks were behind at the half, trailing 48-61. Atlanta had nine turnovers and was able to come back strong from behind, scoring better than their opponents in the third and fourth quarters. The Hawks received 27 points from Kyle Korver, most of which were 3-pointers, 19 points from Jeff Teague, and 12 from DeMarre Carroll. Next they will be playing Utah Jazz in Atlanta on November 12th. Tickets are still available starting at $62.
11/3/14 - The Atlanta Hawks came away with a 102-92 victory against the Pacers recently in the season home-opener. A 3D projection system and new hi-definition scoreboard were unveiled in the opening-night festivities. President Jimmy Carter was among the 19,118 in attendance. The Pacers were missing three of their starters from injuries and the Hawks took advantage of the team quickly. The Pacers tried to make a comeback when Donald Sloan made three free-throws in the last few minutes of the game, but Jeff Teague came back with a basket and took their strong lead back. Teague scored six assists, three steals, and twenty-five points; six straight points were scored in the final minutes. The 10 Hawks players who entered the game, all scored at least three points. The Hawks will take on the New York Knicks at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 8, at Phillips Arena in Atlanta, Ga. Be sure to snag your tickets for the big game today starting at just $15.
10/27/14 - In a regular season game going up against the Toronto Raptors tonight, the Hawks looked to shine. They put up a valiantly effort, but at the end of the day, they suffered a 102-109 defeat. It was their first game of the season, so they have a lot of room for improvement. Hawks’ guard, Kyle Korver, had a great game tonight, scoring 20 points with 3 blocks. Jeff Teague also had a phenomenal game and racked up 20 points as well. Still, it was not enough to prevail, and the collective effort from the Raptors is what really did them in. Their next outing will be against the Indiana Pacers, a tough opponent that has championship aspirations of their own. The Hawks will be looking to shut down their high-powered offense, and it could set the tempo for a successful season. Tickets for the November 1 game are on sale now, which start out as low as $39.
10/20/14 – One week before the start of the regular season Atlanta Hawks tickets are averaging $165 on the secondary market, $10 under the league average. Al Horford returned to the Hawks lineup last week and has since played in three games shooting 41 percent from the field. The final preseason game at Phillips Arena will be played tonight (get-in $4).
10/14/14 – Al Horford returns to the starting lineup tonight against the Miami Heat for the first time since December 26 when he suffered a torn right pectoral muscle. Atlanta Hawks tickets in Miami against the defending World Champions start at just $5! The first opportunity to see Horford at home comes Saturday against the Pistons at Philips Arena (get-in $10).
8/14/14 - The official 2014-2015 Atlanta Hawks schedule was released yesterday, so mark down your calendar and whip out your wallet to ensure you score early-bird ticket deals! Be in the stadium when Al Horford makes his return to the court, on the road and at home: the Hawks will open their season in Toronto on Oct. 29th, and hold their first home game opposite the Indiana Pacers on Nov. 1. Some highlights from the 2014-2015 Hawks schedule include a visit from Kyle Korver and Paul Millsap’s former teammates when the Utah Jazz play Philips Arena on Nov. 12; and a chance to see Lebron James on his new team when the Cavaliers play the final game of 2014 in Atlanta (Dec 30). The Hawks’ regular season ends on April 15 in Chicago against Derrick Rose and the Bulls. Buy your Atlanta Hawks tickets and take the stands when this team starts their journey towards the Larry O’Brien Championship!
Danny Ferry’s tenure as general manager, and Mike Budenholzer’s direction as coach, has lifted the Atlanta Hawks from the stagnation of mediocrity towards the upper echelon of the Eastern Conference. The Hawks' upward direction will be facilitated in the 2014-2015 season by the highly anticipated return of Al Horford. Last year, Paul Milsap and company persevered through Horford's injury to make their eighth consecutive playoff appearance, though Atlanta ultimately saw an early exit. The team that at one time looked third-best in the East, lost in the first round to the Indiana Pacers after 7 exhilarating games, putting an end to a 2013-2014 campaign that showed great potential.
The Hawks are due for big things this year, when the trio of Horford, Milsap and Jeff Teague reunite and set the East ablaze. Atlanta squeaked into the 2014 postseason as the eighth seed and the only team with a record below .500, but with new addition Adreian Payne (15th overall), can they make a more solid campaign? Will they move beyond "best of the rest" in their Conference? Get your Atlanta Hawks tickets to see this workhorse team finally realize their place as an Eastern Conference powerhouse. Join them on their way to surpassing the franchise's glass ceiling and break through to the third round of playoffs in 2015!