The Orlando Magic downed the Atlanta Hawks at home today thanks to this wild turnaround buzzer-beater from Nikola Vucevic. This is eerily similar to a game Vucevic hit back in November against the Lakers. Maybe the Magic should make their whole offense out of Nik Vucevic turnaround jumpers?
The Suns beat the Hawks yesterday, but only after the two teams decided to take a break from basketball to just kind of run around like a bunch of puppies in the snow.
The Atlanta Hawks have a slim lead in the first half over Milwaukee, but a huge advantage in face after Paul Millsap annihilated John Henson’s spirit with a devastating slam. Get well soon, John.
Atlanta Hawks guard Dennis Schröder was down a veneer after he ran into the knee of the Trail Blazers’ Meyers Leonard in Monday night’s game. Schröder made sure that he didn’t misplace the departed piece of his tooth by putting it in his sock.
The Hawks retired Dikembe Mutombo’s number last night, and kicked off the festivities with this court projection. One day I’ll get tired of these. Today is not that day.
It had been a long and frustrating sequence for Jeff Teague. He’d had his shot blocked twice by terrifying rubber giant Karl-Anthony Towns. The refs had missed a possible eight-second violation on the Timberwolves. Andrew Wiggins hit a crazy and-one. A tie game had become a six-point deficit with a little over a…
Atlanta Hawks wingman Thabo Sefolosha made news on April 18 when he was arrested along with his teammate Pero Antic at 1 Oak, a nightclub in New York, and charged with resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, and obstruction of governmental administration.
NBA player Thabo Sefolosha, who had his leg broken during a scuffle with NYPD officers in April, was found not guilty on charges of resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, and obstruction of governmental administration.
Thabo Sefolosha testified today that he was trying to give money to a beggar and then leave in a car service when he was arrested outside of a New York City nightclub in April. That is when, according to Sefolosha, a police officer who had been unnecessarily belligerent and confrontational to him shortly before, and…
Brian Windhorst and Kevin Arnovitz dropped a big behind-the-scenes piece on the racism mess that led to the Atlanta Hawks being sold to Antony Ressler for $850 million. There are a number of funny anecdotes and interesting stories in the report, but the basic takeaway is that the Atlanta Hawks ownership group was…
DeMarre Carroll has joined Pero Antic as the second former Atlanta Hawk to elect to play on foreign soil for the upcoming season.
It didn’t have to be this way. The Atlanta Hawks could have designed nice, normal uniforms, like other teams get to have. They could have avoided aiming for “retro-futuristic” and missing so badly they ended up with “textured alarm clock.”
The recently eliminated Hawks officially revealed their new logos today, and the primary logo is mighty familiar. It’s a fleshed-out version of the “Pac-Man” logo the team began using as an alternate last season, which is itself an update of the one used for most of the team’s history.
The Finals matchup is set, and thanks to a scheduling quirk and two mostly non-competitive conference finals series, we’ve got nearly an entire week with no basketball. It’s a good time to revisit how we got here.
After Al Horford’s ejection for dropping The People’s Elbow on Matthew Dellavedova last night, it was only a matter of time before we compiled every angle of Horford’s move and mixed it in with some vintage footage of The Rock. And, yes, there’s the usual presence of “J.R.” Jim Ross in there too.
LeBron James scored 37 points, grabbed 18 rebounds and dished 13 assists as the Cleveland Cavaliers took a 3-0 series lead on the Atlanta Hawks with a 114-111 overtime win Sunday night.
Hawks star Al Horford earned a Flagrant 2 and ejection from the game for dropping an elbow on the Cavs’ Matthew Dellavedova late in the first half of tonight’s Eastern Conference Finals Game 3.
The Hawks were probably already dead. Losing the first two game of a series on your own home floor will do that. But now they’re REALLY dead. Atlanta Journal-Constitution Hawks beat reporter Chris Vivlamore reports that the above ankle injury that Kyle Korver suffered in last night’s Game 2 will knock him out of the…
When Hawks small forward DeMarre Carroll buckled his right knee last night and spent the next few minutes writhing on the floor in agony, it sure as hell looked like the Hawks had just lost their best perimeter defender to a catastrophic knee injury. But today brings good news!