Hustle announce game packs for 2022-23 season

The Memphis Hustle are celebrating the 2022-23 season with five- and 10-Game Packs for their return to Landers Center. With each ticket pack that is purchased by Thursday, Nov. 3, fans will get tickets to the season opener against the Lakeland Magic on Friday, Nov. 4, at Landers Center for FREE. Fans can purchase their five- and 10-Game Packs now at memphis.gleague.nba.com/game-packs or by calling (901) 888-HOOP.

Starting at just $13 per game ($65 total), the five-Game Pack features a matchup against Scoot Henderson and NBA G League Ignite on Friday, Feb. 24. Additional matchups include games against the Birmingham Squadron on Saturday, Dec. 17, the Delaware Blue Coats on Saturday, Feb. 4, Western Conference rival Austin Spurs on Saturday, March 4, and reigning NBA G League champion Rio Grande Valley Vipers on Saturday, March 18. Fans can also purchase a 10-game Flex Pack, which allows fans to create their own personalized pack for as low as $12 per game ($120 total) and gives fans the opportunity to choose 10 of their favorite match ups from a select list of games.

All-inclusive floor seats and tables are still available for purchase, with the promotional schedule set to be announced in the coming days. Additionally, the Hustle are accepting $50 deposits for groups of 10-or-more.

Memphis Hustle Game Packs

Hustle 2022-23 single-game tickets will be available for purchase soon at all Ticketmaster locations, Ticketmaster.com, the Landers Center Box Office, online at memphishustle.com or by calling (901) 888-HOOP.

For more information on the Memphis Hustle, visit memphishustle.com, follow the team on Twitter and Instagram (@MemphisHustle) or like Memphis Hustle on Facebook.

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