July 15, 2014

Atlanta Dream basketball game {review}

Sunday night, I had the chance to attend my first Atlanta Dream basketball game! The Atlanta Dream is Atlanta's women's professional (WNBA) basketball team. I played basketball from elementary school until 10th grade so it's definitely one of my favorite sports to play and watch.

I went to the game with my roommate, Alexandria. It was also her first time going to a Dream game which made it a fun experience for us to share. The Dream played against the Chicago Sky, another good team.

We had great seats, a few rows behind the Dream's bench. This game was at Georgia Tech, which was cool because I've been to many college games in that gym (and I graduated on that floor!). So watching professionals play at my school was exciting.

The game was really close from start to finish. In fact, the game went into overtime since both teams were tied 73-73 at the end of the fourth quarter. And we loved how they provided additional entertainment during the game to interact with fans. Dream games seem to be a popular event for families and large groups of kids, so the "in-between" plays activities are fun and kid-friendly. And, they honored an inspirational woman during one of the breaks, which was also very powerful and great to see. The half time performance was also awesome and interactive. 

I wasn't sure what to expect at this game versus the NBA games I've been to, but the Dream game was just as much fun as the NBA games I've gone to in Atlanta!

After an intense overtime period, the Dream came out on top to win the game! It was a nail-biter and really had me on the edge of my seat cheering and hoping for the best for my city's team. This was such a great game to attend and I'm really happy the Dream won! These games are great for a night out with friends, date night, summer camp field trips, and family nights. If you're free on the night of a game, I definitely recommend attending!

2 Atlanta Dream Tickets {c/o Atlanta Dream}


  1. I've never been to a NBA (or WNBA) game. Though I hear Micheal Jordan owns the Charlotte Hornets.

  2. i did not know about the team , wish we had a girls basketball team in india too

  3. I'm glad you had such a fun time! I definitely prefer basketball over football, mainly because you can sit a little closer and feel a little more in on the action. Oops, I'm at one of the biggest football schools, don't tell anyone I said that! ;)


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