The Atlanta Hawks have continued to defy expectations for a few seasons now. Addition by subtraction they have continued to be a playoff team despite losing Joe Johnson in 2012, Josh Smith in 2013, and now once again losing Al Horford for the season due to injury. They have remained an above .500 team largely due to the improvement of point guard Jeff Teague, the all-star play of new acquisition Paul Millsap, and new coach Mike Budenholzer. With that in mind, here’s a preview for the top five Atlanta Hawks tickets on the second half schedule.
On February 22nd, the Hawks go up against the New York Knicks. Philips Arena will be a highlight factory as Paul Millsap will face off against Carmelo Anthony. The average price for this game $172 but the lowest get-in price is $41 which is well worth it for what could be Carmelo’s last game playing the Hawks as a member of the Knicks.
The Chicago Bulls come to Atlanta on February 25th with an average ticket price of for $126 is a matchup always worth seeing no matter who is injured. The Bulls and Hawks both lost their best player for the year due to injuries it should be exciting to see the scrappy play of Paul Millsap go up against fellow all-star Joakim Noah. The minimum ticket price for this game is $35. Hawks fans can also see Kyle Korver shoot threes against this former team on April 2nd. The average price for this game is slightly higher at $147 but with a low get-in price at $36.
On April 9th the Hawks play their frequent playoff rival the Boston Celtics. The average price to see Jeff Teague and Rajon Rondo battle it out is $124 with a low price of $24. This match-up should be an exciting one as the Celtics remain competitive with Rondo healthy and the Hawks look to climb up in the playoff standings.
The defending champs Miami Heat come to town on April 12th. With an average price of $238 and low get-in price of $62. With Lebron, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh being able to opt out of their contracts in the summer, This may be Hawks fans last chance to see the big three in action.
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