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Whelp, it’s official: Atlanta is one of the worst sports cities in America.
How else to explain a decade’s worth of playoff appearances by the Atlanta Braves and a decade’s worth of headlines stating how the team was having trouble selling out National League Championship Series?
Now, the same city that didn’t feel like watching Greg Maddox, John Smoltz or Tom Glavin pitch in the postseason doesn’t want to watch their basketball team, either.
The Atlanta Hawks have been forced to turn to Living Social to sell tickets for as low as $16 a pop.
Do the Hawks have a chance at beating Miami should Josh Smith and Co. advance that far? Probably not, but that’s besides the point.
Get out and support your team, people — heck, it’s less than watching an IMAX movie, folks.
[Maybe stay home: This Bulls fan smashed his jaw into a rail on live television]
The Atlanta Hawks are selling playoff tickets on Living Social for $16 twitter.com/BleacherReport…
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) April 24, 2013