Tickets to the Atlanta Hawks


EventDateCity and Venue
NBA Preseason: Miami Heat Vs. Atlanta Hawks Sun. October 1, 2017
Miami, FL - AmericanAirlines Arena
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About The Atlanta Hawks

The franchise that's currently known as the Atlanta Hawks began in 1946 as the Buffalo Bisons. During their first season they relocated to Moline, Illinois and changed their name to the Tri-Cities Blackhawks. The franchise joined the NBA as one of the league's 17 original teams in 1949. Two years later, the franchise relocated to Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In 1955, the team moved once again, this time to St. Louis, Missouri. In 1968, the franchise finally relocated to their current home of Atlanta, Georgia. Now, in 2010, the franchise sells Hawks tickets to Philips Arena. The team is located in the NBA's Eastern Conference and is aligned in the Southeast Division.

As the St. Louis Hawks, the franchise defeated the Boston Celtics to win the 1958 NBA Championship. In the deciding sixth game of the series, Hawks star Bob Pettit scored 50 points. It was one of the NBA's greatest finals performances of all-time. With the victory, the Hawks got some measure of revenge as the year before the Celtics defeated them in a heartbreaking seven-game series. Unfortunately for the Hawks, the Celtics would have the last laugh. The Hawks returned to the NBA Finals in 1960 and 1961 only to lose both times to the Celtics. The Hawks won 57 games in 1986-87 and 1993-1994 but both times they were ousted from the playoffs in the conference semifinals.

Besides Petite, some of the other all-time great Hawks include Dominique Wilkins, Pete Maravich, Walt Bellamy, Lou Hudson, Cliff Hagan, and Lenny Wilkens. Wilkins was a nine time NBA All-Star and one of the league's most prolific scorers. He was also dubbed "The Human Highlight Film" due to his dunking prowess. Besides being a star player for the St. Louis Hawks, Wilkens coached the team from 1993 to 2000. During his seven seasons in Atlanta, Wilkens took the Hawks to the playoffs six times.