The Atlanta Hawks had a very interesting and eventful offseason. They lost center Al Horford to the Boston Celtics, but replaced him with center Dwight Howard. Howard will fit well with the Hawks as a rim protector and post-finisher on offense. Returning for his fourth season is all-star power forward Paul Millsap. Millsap was Atlanta's most important player last year and will again be a focal point on offense. Also returning is, arguably, the league's best shooter in Kyle Korver. Korver has long thrilled fans with his long-range shooting. The player that the Hawks have the highest hopes for is Dennis Schroeder. In the offseason, the Hawks traded incumbent starter Jeff Teague to make room for the much-improved Schroeder, who they think could be a dynamic player at the point guard position.
The Hawks play at Philips Arena in Atlanta. Private luxury suites at Philips Arena offer fans the ultimate sporting experience. Suites for Hawks games include 16 tickets, 3 VIP parking and premium in-suite catering options. An Atlanta Hawks suite will feature HDTVs, wet bar, spacious floorplans, interior/exterior seating and exclusive access to VIP clubs and lounges inside Philips Arena.