Atlanta Hawks Playoff Tickets
Team: Atlanta Hawks
League: National Basketball Association (NBA)
Home Games: State Farm Arena
Head Coach: Lloyd Pierce
NBA Championships: 1 (1957-1958 season)
All-Time Greats: Dominique Wilkins, Bob Pettit, Lou Hudson, Cliff Hagan
Atlanta Hawks Playoff TicketsThe Atlanta Hawks basketball team plays its home games at State Farm Arena, which was previously named Philips Arena and which replaced the Omni Coliseum. The Hawks have made the playoffs in 46 of their seasons, and in 1958, the team won the franchise’s first title. At the time, the team was known as the St. Louis Hawks. The Hawks are one of the original NBA franchises. The team was founded as the Buffalo Bisons in 1946 but then became the Tri-Cities Blackhawks the same year. This version of the team played in the National Basketball League for three years from 1946 until the NBA was founded in 1949. The Blackhawks moved to Milwaukee, Wisc., by the 1951-52 season, and the team shortened its name to the Hawks before moving again to St. Louis, Mo., in 1955. The team relocated to Atlanta in 1968. Some Atlanta Hawks all-time greats include Lenny Wilkens, Dikembe Mutombo and Pete Maravich. The Boston Celtics are one of the Hawks' biggest rivals since they’ve stopped the team from winning championship titles on numerous occasions, including a memorable Eastern Conference Semifinal playoff series in 1988 that went seven games. Grab Atlanta Hawks playoff tickets at StubHub.
Where can I get tickets to an Atlanta Hawks playoff game?You can get Atlanta Hawks playoff tickets at StubHub. StubHub is the largest ticket marketplace in the world. StubHub has tickets available for more than 10 million live events in over 40 countries. You can buy Atlanta Hawks playoff tickets at stubhub.com or via the mobile app.
Who are some notable players from Atlanta Hawks playoff games?During his tenure with the Atlanta Hawks, Dominique Wilkins helped the team make the playoffs eight times. Just as he was during regular seasons, Wilkins was a prolific scorer for the team in the playoffs, including averaging 31.2 points per game in the 1988 postseason. Lou Hudson played nine seasons for the Atlanta Hawks and made the playoffs five times. Hudson also played for the Hawks in two playoff seasons when the team was in St. Louis.
What special needs and accessibility services are available at the venue for Atlanta Hawks playoff games?Atlanta Hawks home games take place at the State Farm Arena, which has Guest Services Representatives available to help you if you need assistance getting to your seats. Accessible parking spots are available on a first-come, first-serve basis in every parking deck operated by the arena. These parking decks include the Ruby Lot, Sapphire Deck, Diamond Deck and State Farm Drive. Accessible seats are available throughout the arena at each price level, and non-accessible seats can be exchanged for accessible seats at the State Farm Arena Box Office on event day if accessible seats are available. You can pick up Assistive Listening Devices for free at the Guest Service Center located inside of Gate 1. You will need to leave behind a driver’s license or credit card as a security deposit.
What is the State Farm Arena seating capacity?State Farm Arena has a seating capacity of about 17,100 for Atlanta Hawks basketball games. About 500 of these seats are located on a terrace level in a premium area behind one of the baskets.
How much are Atlanta Hawks playoff tickets?Atlanta Hawks playoff tickets vary in price depending on the season, where you buy your tickets and which seats you buy. The teams the Hawks play against can also affect the price of the tickets. Regardless, StubHub provides Atlanta Hawks playoff tickets at various price ranges so that you can get tickets at a price you can afford.
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