The Atlanta Hawks are back and ready for another shot at greatness with the start of the 2016 - 2017 NBA regular season! They managed to fight all the way to the conference semifinals last year, ultimately losing 0 - 4 in a sweep courtesy of Lebron James and 2015 - 2016 champions, the Cleveland Cavaliers. This year, Dwight Howard, Kyle Korver, and the rest of a feisty Hawks teams led by Coach Mike Budenholzer will undoubtedly be looking for redemption. Don’t miss the exciting opening rematch against the Cavs as well as the rest of Atlanta’s action-packed schedule. Razorgator has you covered with Atlanta Hawks tickets throughout the season.
Hawks Tickets and Schedule
Atlanta Hawks News
With 11 games left on the schedule, the Atlanta Hawks are fighting to the end to claim a spot in the NBA playoffs. Heading into its March 24 game at Milwaukee, the Hawks held the fifth position in the Eastern Conference. The top eight teams will qualify for the postseason.
Atlanta was 37-34 at this point, just two games ahead of Miami, which occupied the eighth spot in the standings. A five-game losing streak from March 13–22 didn’t help the Hawks’ cause. Atlanta gave up more than 100 points in each of those losses; the fewest it allowed was 104 in a 104-100 loss at Washington on March 22.
The Atlanta Hawks suffered a tough loss against the Utah Jazz on Monday Night. Although it was a home game and nearly tied at halftime, the visitors ran away with all the momentum in the second half. The Jazz outscored the Hawks a whopping 120-95. Fortunately, Atlanta will have a chance to regroup against the Denver Nuggets at home before embarking on a lengthy road trip. They return to Philips Arena on Friday, February 24 for a clash with the Miami Heat. You won’t want to miss this explosive matchup featuring two territory rivals. Tickets are already on sale and currently available for purchase starting at prices as low as $19.
The Atlanta Hawks cannot seem to get another winning streak going. Although they had won their last two games against the Bucks and Knicks, they simply couldn’t keep it up on Wednesday night. The Hawks visited Detroit for a showdown with the Pistons, but the home team was clearly the dominant force. In fact, Detroit scored a massive 42 points in the first quarter alone. They ultimately won the clash 118-95. Atlanta will be back at Philips Arena for their next three games. Catch them on Monday night when they host the Los Angeles Clippers. Tickets are currently on sale and available for prices starting as low as just $17.
Two weeks ago, the Atlanta Hawks dropped some in the rankings following a difficult stretch, but they have rebounded quite nicely in the last seven days. Winning the last four in a row, Paul Millsap, Dwight Howard and the rest of the crew pulled out the stops and regained some of their footing, landing in the No. 14 spot in this week’s power rankings. The Hawks even pulled out an impressive overtime victory over the San Antonio Spurs on Jan. 1. Atlanta plays on the road for the next three games, traveling to New Orleans Jan. 5, Dallas Jan. 7, and Brooklyn Jan. 10. The Hawks return to Philips arena on Friday, Jan. 13, against Boston. We have tickets for games both home and away on sale now!
It’s been a roller coaster of a year for head coach Mike Budenholzer as he has tried to steer his Atlanta Hawks in the right direction. One huge step toward getting back to a winning season was Monday’s win over the No. 8 OKC Thunder. Point guard Dennis Schroder really stepped up for Atlanta, earning 21 points and 6 assists to lead the team, with Paul Millsap leading the team for rebounds with 11. The Hawks have their next game at home this Wednesday, Dec. 28, so make sure you’re at Philips Arena as the Atlanta Hawks host the New York Knicks. Great tickets are available from us now for $36 and up!
The Atlanta Hawks have one of the best defenses in the NBA, but their 10-11 record sure doesn’t begin to show what their potential is. After losing seven in a row, the Hawks are in a tailspin and have got to get things together in order to crawl back up the Eastern Conference standings. One missing piece lately is Dwight Howard’s disappointing six-point average in the last three games. Atlanta needs Dwight to step it up, along with Dennis Shroder and Paul Millsap. The Hawks could use your support at one of their upcoming home games, and we have great seats on sale now! Catch the Hawks as they take on the Magic this Tuesday, Dec. 13, at Philips Arena. Tickets start at $11.
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.
Atlanta Hawks Tickets Tip: From the best seats at Philips Arena to watch the Atlanta Hawks to the guaranteed best deals for Atlanta Hawks tickets, view the Atlanta Hawks home schedule to find cheap Hawks basketball tickets on sale and other discounted Hawks tickets. Use Razorgator coupons to save on Hawks tickets compared to StubHub Hawks.