Atlanta Hawks Season Opener One Week Away Against Detroit Pistons

The Atlanta Hawks are exactly one week away from the opening night of the regular season, as the team gears up for another season under Coach of the Year Mike Budenholzer after the most successful regular season in franchise history.

The Hawks host the Detroit Pistons on October 27th at Philips Arena and according to secondary market ticket aggregator, Hawks tickets have an average price of $105.45 with a get-in price of $22. The Hawks season opener last season had an average ticket price of $173.77 with a get-in price of $45 when they played the Toronto Raptors on the road at the Air Canada Centre.

Fans going to the season opener can find Atlanta parking through for as low as $8. ParkWhiz has six available options for opening night, starting from .76 miles away from Philips Arena and as close to .1 miles from the arena.

The Hawks have two preseason games remaining before the games start counting, one at home and one of the road. The home against is against the Memphis Grizzlies is tomorrow night with an average ticket price of only $36 and a get-in price of $3. It’s great value for fans looking to see NBA action before ticket values soar for the regular season. The Atlanta parking deals still remain the same on ParkWhiz, starting from $8 for tomorrow night’s game.

Atlanta will return much of the same roster from last season’s team that earned the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs. The Hawks will have four out of five players returning to the starting unit with the exception of DeMarre Carroll, who signed as a free agent with the Raptors.

Atlanta has been successful during this year’s preseason, losing only one of their five games. The Hawks starting with a two-point win over the Cleveland Cavaliers, a 10-point win against the New Orleans Pelicans, a 14-point victory over the San Antonio Spurs, a seven-point win against the Dallas Mavericks before finally falling to Miami Heat by nine points two nights ago.

According to Las Vegas, the Hawks have 25-1 odds to win this year’s NBA Championship. The over/under for their total wins is 49.5, which is a double-digit drop from their 60-22 record posted last season.