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How to Buy Atlanta Hawks Tickets

On this page, you will find the current schedule. Once you have found a specific game at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, you want to attend, just click the "Buy Tickets" box and move to the next page. Step Two: You can pick your ticket options by row, section, ticket price, or quantity. Click on the price, and select your ticket number. From there "Go to Secure Checkout" to either login into your account or set up a new account. Once you finish the checkout process, look for your mobile tickets in your email inbox. All orders are guaranteed. Have any questions? Call (414)273-6007 and speak to one of our customer support representatives. We make it very easy to get to a Hawks game. 

Hawks 2023 Season In Review

The 2023 Hawks completed the season in numerical balance, with 41 wins and 41 losses. Being 17 games back from the conference-leading Bucks still allowed the Hawks a shot in the playoffs. They faced the Boston Celtics in that first round but bowed out in six games. Trae Young was the team's leader in scoring, with 1914 points. Dejounte Murray scored 1515 points, had 448 assists, and 389 rebounds. Onyeka Okongwu had a great season on defense, with 576 rebounds and 107 blocked shots.   

Hawks Look to Key Players in 2022

With the departure of Kevin Huerter and Danilo Gallinari, De'Andre Hunter will have to step up in his position as a power forward. Jalen Johnson is just starting his second season in the NBA. AJ Griffin is a fresh face in that position, so he's a complete unknown. 

Trent Forrest comes to the Hawks from Utah. He's going to split his time between the NBA G League College Park Skyhawks and Atlanta. Forrest played in 60 games for the Jazz, with an average of 3.3 points per game. The sleeper player of 2022 may just be Tyrese Martin. Martin plays balanced basketball. His speed will be a huge plus on the court for Atlanta. 

Hawks 2021 Season Review

Before the draft this year, the Hawks swung a very big and complicated trade with the Los Angeles Lakers that is hard to explain. Also before the draft, the Hawks sent small forward Taurian Prince plus a 2021 second-round draft choice to the Nets for shooting guard Allen Crabbe and the Nets 2019 first-round draft choice, plus a 2020 lottery-protected first-round draft choice in what was considered a salary cap-clearing move to make room for free agents Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving. Another trade with the Pelicans complicated even things even further. When the dust had settled, the Hawks ended up with the 4th and 10th selections overall, plus a first-round draft choice in 2020, plus the Net's first-round draft choice. Whew. So, with the 4th pick overall, the Hawks selected Virginia Tech small forward De’Andre Hunter, and with the 10th pick overall, the Hawks selected Duke freshman small forward Cam Reddish. These are two big building blocks going forward for Atlanta. In free agency, the Hawks made two moves- adding former Milwaukee Bucks lottery pick Jabari Parker and one of the greatest players ever, Vince Carter, who is playing his last season in the NBA. These Hawks are young, talented, and on the rise. Vince Carter’s veteran experience may come in handy. They might make the playoff this season.

The casual fan may not realize this, but the Atlanta Hawks were a very good team for a very long time not too long ago. They made the playoffs every year from 2008-2017. However, that could be said with a moot point as the farthest they ever got in the playoffs was the Eastern Conference Finals in 2015. After years of playoff appearances and nothing to show for them, the Hawks decided to let go of the past and rebuild what they have been doing for the last couple of years. They have already begun to add some nice roster players such as shooting guard Kevin Huerter from Maryland. Huerter was their 2018 first-round draft choice.

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