Atlanta Hawks Ticket Information
We’ve got your Hawks tickets for the NBA season! No matter where you want to sit, we’ll put you in the best seats at Philips Arena to see all the action live from tip-off to buzzer beaters. If you’re going to the Atlanta Hawks game with family and friends, your seats will always be located together at Philips Arena, unless otherwise noted. And don’t worry, like our 100% guarantee says, your Atlanta Hawks tickets will always be what you ordered or better—or your money back; always be in time for the Hawks game; always be authentic; and always be refunded if the game is canceled and not rescheduled. It’s easy to buy Hawks tickets on our mobile site or you can use the Razorgator app to get instant ticket delivery. For more information about the Hawks and the NBA, check out our blog to get the scoop on this year’s Eastern and Western Conference matchups, Christmas Day NBA games, and NBA arenas known for the best atmosphere.
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Atlanta Hawks News
It has been a tough week for the Atlanta Hawks, who are now 9 - 5 in the Eastern Conference after losing their last three games in a row. Two of those defeats came on the road, making last night’s homecoming particularly frustrating. They hosted the New Orleans Pelicans in a high-scoring affair. Unfortunately, it was the visitors who took home the win 112 - 94. The Hawks will now embark on a lengthy road trip, returning to Philips Arena on Friday, December 2 for a meeting with the Detroit Pistons. Be there to show the home team your support! Tickets are currently on sale and available for $13 and up.
The Cavs were bound to lose at some point, and the Atlanta Hawks are very proud to be the team that handed King James & Co. that first loss of the season. Atlanta is a team full of new players that are still learning to work together, and the fact that the Hawks were able to go into Cleveland on November 8 and beat the Cavs in a very close game shows the progress the team is making. Atlanta will look to keep the momentum going when the Milwaukee Bucks come to town on November 16. That’s sure to be a fast-paced and exciting game, and tickets are still available starting as low as $8.
The Atlanta Hawks will open the season with high expectations and a lot of question marks. The team played well in the preseason but still isn’t expected to make too many waves in an Eastern Conference that belongs to the Cleveland Cavaliers until some team can show the league otherwise. The Hawks’ success will likely hinge on whether or not Dwight Howard can play like his old self and how Dennis Schroder can adjust to a bigger role within the offense. Atlanta will play host to one of Howard’s former teams when the Los Angeles Lakers come to town on November 2. Tickets for that matchup start as low as $20.
There are a lot of reasons for Atlanta Hawks fans to be excited about the 2016-2017 NBA season. Unfortunately, a slight damper was put on that excitement when Tiago Splitter suffered a hamstring injury that will keep the forward out of action for at least four weeks. With all the offseason moves, the players and coaches are eager to get the team playing together consistently so that they can find the best rotation, and any injury will slow that process. There are still a couple of weeks before the season starts so Tiago won’t miss too much regular season action. The home opener for the Hawks will be on October 27 and tickets start as low as $17.
The preseason is just over a week away, and the Atlanta Hawks are preparing for their first game against the Grizzlies. They are hoping to make it past the early rounds of playoffs and into the championship round for the 2016-2017 season. There have been a few major changes in the offseason: saying goodbye to Jeff Teague and Al Horford. Dwight Howard returns and the Hawks have renewed Kent Bazemore's contract. The projected starting lineup is expected to be Dennis Schroder and Bazemore as guards, Kyle Korver and Paul Millsap as forwards and Howard at center. It is not too early to get your tickets. Prices for the Grizzlies game on the 6th start at just $2.