With the 400 level unavailable for most games, the cheapest way to sit at center court for a Hawks game is in Sections 310 and 311 on the upper level. These sections feature great sightlines and equitable views of each side of the court.
In each of these 300 level sections, row placement is the difference between good seats and great seats. Fans will find that the first row, Row A, in each of these sections is directly above the 200 level. With the 200s providing some of the best perspectives in the stadium, you can replicate that experience with a much cheaper ticket in the 300 level. You'll also be at eye level with the videoboard. Just be careful if you have issues with stairs. Getting to Row A requires walking up and down a steep set of nearly 20 stairs. Fans with children are strongly cautioned to re-consider the lower rows.
If a lower row isn't right for you, aim for Row S in Sections 310 and 311. You'll get the center court experience without the hassle of walking up and down stairs each time you need a beverage or a snack. You may not have the great view from the front row, but you'll also have less time away from the action when you need a break.