Hawks Trip To Phoenix Marks Most Expensive Game for Team in March

Winners of seven of eight, the Atlanta Hawks continue to roll in their impressive 2014-15 season.

Although the Hawks have been consistently winning games, NBA fans and media alike still continue to be concerned on if Atlanta can handle a seven game series with some of the NBA’s elite. So the Hawks continued to do what they’ve done all season, prove the pundits wrong.

The Hawks welcomed two of the top teams in the league to begin March, although possible MVP candidate James Harden was suspended for their game at the Philips Center on March 3rd. The Hawks dispatched a top three team in the Western Conference, winning by eight as they rallied from down 18 points at one point in the game. Three days later, the Hawks took on LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers, took a 17-point lead in the first quarter and never looked back, winning by nine.

Atlanta hits the road for their next six games, including a marquee matchup with the Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena on Wednesday, March 18th. But for this week, we’ll look at some of the most expensive and least expensive average tickets for the Atlanta Hawks, according to SeatSmart.com.

Atlanta travels to Phoenix for their highest average ticket price of the week, with a price of $134.71 and a walk-in price of $14 at the U.S. Airways Center. The Suns are fading fast in the Western Conference playoff picture and are going to have a tough time picking up a win on March 13th. The least expensive tickets on SeatSmart are for Wednesday night’s game against the Denver Nuggets for $44 with a walk-in price of $6. Six dollars to see the top team in an NBA conference, is something that a basketball fan shouldn’t pass up!

The Hawks don’t have much competition for the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference but still trail the Golden State Warriors for the overall No. 1 seed and home court advantage in the NBA Finals if they were to reach that point. Even if they don’t catch the Warriors, the Hawks are not going to slow down at this point and are going to want to be sharp heading into the playoffs.