Click above to buy $20 terrace sideline tickets (sections 307–314) to the Atlanta Hawks. Buy here for $35 lower-level baseline (sections 108–111 and 119–122) or mezzanine sideline (sections 208–215) tickets.
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Watch the Hawks dribble, dunk, alley-oop, coup-fourré, shimmy-shammy, and Irish chowder their way to victory with today’s Groupon: $20 gets you tickets to see the Hawks take on the Wizards, Nuggets, Hornets, or Knicks with their keen predatory instincts and noble plumage. Your Groupon puts you in terrace sideline seats (sections 307–314, a $43 value) at Philips Arena. For a better view, grab lower-level baseline (sections 108–111 and 119-122) or mezzanine sideline (sections 208–215) tickets for $35 ($70 value). Round up your hoop-shooting honey and dunking dudes to cheer on Joe Johnson and Al Horford as they triple-salchow their way to the playoffs.
Choose one of the following games:
- Friday, October 30, 7:30 p.m., vs. Washington Wizards
- Saturday, November 07, 7 p.m., vs. Denver Nuggets
- Saturday, November 14, 7 p.m., vs. New Orleans
- Friday, December 04, 7:30 p.m., vs. New York Knicks
The Hawks offer family night tickets for these games at four tickets for $89, but with today’s Groupon, you aren’t forced to go as a foursome—buy two Groupons and have a night out with your mailman.
There’s nothing like celebrating the accomplishments of others as your own. Congratulating yourself for your basketball team’s victory is more acceptable than taking credit for your nephew’s fifth grade graduation, and more magnanimous than stealing his Chucky Cheese party. Like frogs and other amphibians, basketball players gain strength and predatory prowess by absorbing the energy created by encouraging sound waves. Help the Hawks power-up with your raucous roars and improve your own athleticism by osmosis with today’s deal.
Note: Once you’ve got your Groupon, call the number provided by October 28 to reserve your game of choice and also maybe make a phone pal.
Citysearchers love cheering on the Hawks at Philips Arena, giving the venue four stars: > * …there aren’t many bad seats in the house. Its proximity to MARTA is one of the venue’s most convenient features. – erinbehan_citysearch > * The arena is large enough to accomodate [sic] and small enough to not get lost in the shuffle. – CynMM > * The greatest resource at Phillips is the sense of caring and security provided by the people who work there. – rdlfret
Hawks vs. Wizards
The feud between hawks and wizards actually dates back millennia. It was only when the modern technologies of photography and gossip began to emerge that the hawks and wizards were forced to take human form and settle their differences on the court. Recently unearthed cobalt tablets reveal the chronology of their bitter war of magics:
200 AD: Azamoth of the Firstwind and his trusty hawk, Bringer, lay eyes on the same scrumptious cherry blossom. But before Azamoth can pop it in his mouth, Bringer snatches it from his hand and gobbles it up himself. The war is begun.
1290: The seemingly indefatigable Thunderclaw Hawkfleet, as led by General Peregrine Skychild, guard the northern sky like an impenetrable web of knives, ready to reduce any opponent to tatters—that is, any opponent they can see. Abercrombie of the Sparkling Air sneaks past them under a Guise of Refractability, carrying in the Six Forbidden Charms of Resistance, unimpeded.
1774: An unstable continent to the west becomes a refuge for desperate, emigrating hawks, many of which do not survive the transatlantic flight, despite the aid of their amulets. A bloodthirsty faction of wizards, however, is quick to follow, and the ensuing battle in the new world becomes the perfect smokescreen for the birth of a young republic.
1958: The hawks battle the wizards for the first time in human form, winning in double overtime against a coven of Stonehenge-worshipping Druids who had cleverly renamed themselves the Boston Celtics.
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