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Atlanta Hawks

Division: Southeast

Stadium: State Farm Arena (capacity 16,600)

Head Coach: Quin Snyder (2023-present)

Star Players: Trae Young, Dejounte Murray, D’Andre Hunter

2022-23 Regular Season: 41-41 (8th in Eastern Conference)

2023 Playoffs: First Round (eliminated 4-2 by the Boston Celtics)

Legendary Former Players: Pete Maravich, Lou Hudson, Dominique Wilkins, Dikembe Mutombo, Joe Johnson

NBA Championships: 1 (1958)

Atlanta Hawks

Though they have only ever won a single NBA championship (way back in 1958, hundreds of miles from their current home, when they were still the St. Louis Hawks) the Atlanta Hawks have been quite good at making the playoffs, appearing in the postseason 49 times over the course of their 75-year history. The Hawks relocated to Atlanta in 1969 and quickly established themselves as a solid if unspectacular team. Their acquisition of Dominique “The Human Highlight Reel” Wilkins in 1982 spurred one of the Hawks’ best stretches as a franchise in the 1980s and 1990s where they featured yearly in the playoffs. However, the Hawks were often swept by their opponents and never got further than the Eastern Conference Semifinals even with the defensive talents of Dikembe Mutombo after the dominant center joined them in 1996. As the turn of the millennium passed, the Hawks spun into a downward spiral, missing the playoffs in eight successive seasons between 1999 and 2007. The arrival of coach Mike Budenholzer in 2013 seemed to give the team new wings, inspiring them in 2015 to break through at last into the Eastern Conference Finals for the first time since they had moved to Atlanta. Unfortunately for the Hawks, they were swept in four by the Cleveland Cavaliers. The team repeated the feat in 2021, when they lost 4-2 in the Conference Finals to the eventual champions, the Milwaukee Bucks. Heading into 2023-24, coming off a First Round loss to the Celtics last season, Atlanta Hawks fans will be looking to star point guard Trae Young, shooting guard Dejounte Murray and small forward D’Andre Hunter to send their team to new heights this season.

How can I get cheap tickets to Atlanta Hawks games?

The basketball-mad city of Atlanta has been in love with its Atlanta Hawks through the good and the bad over the years, reveling in the team’s status as underdogs in the NBA Playoffs whenever they knock off one of the big teams. Hawks home games at State Farm Arena pull in big crowds, making tickets hard to come by, particularly for postseason playoff games, in-season tournament games, or rivalry matchups (see below). To find the cheapest tickets to New Orleans Pelicans games, check the TicketX listings and game schedule on this page and use our handy TicketX seating chart to compare prices and locations. You can purchase tickets with the lowest commission fees from TicketX with just one click! 

Read more about our tips on "How to Get Cheap Atlanta Hawks Game Tickets Today" on TicketX Magazine.

Atlanta Hawks Rivalries

The Atlanta Hawks have developed several heated rivalries over the years, particularly with the Orlando Magic based on three intense playoff meetings between the two teams. The Magic may have beaten the Hawks in 1996 and 2010, but the boys from Atlanta won the teams’ most recent meeting with a 4-2 series win in 2011. The Hawks’ other main rivals are the Boston Celtics, whom they have faced 11 times in the playoffs, including four times in the NBA Finals. Unfortunately for the Hawks, the Celtics have won 9 of these encounters, though at least the Hawks did save one of their two wins for the NBA Finals, albeit way back in 1958 when they were located in St. Louis. 

Are Atlanta Hawks basketball games exciting?

Atlanta Hawks basketball games at State Farm Arena are high octane affairs, combining top notch on court action with plenty of entertainment in between. Families have reported that  State Farm Arena is one of the more family friendly venues in the NBA, but this by no means implies that the place doesn’t get rockin’ when the Hawks are about to take down a big team in front of the home crowd. All in all, going to see a Hawks game at any point in the season is an experience that you will not soon forget!


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