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Rick's Top Five Hawks Questions Entering Regular Season

1. Will the ownership sale and front office controversy be a distraction?

Yes, but it won’t keep the team from realizing its goals. First of all, players play, and the Hawks have players. 188 more words


Opinion: Lack of Star Power Nothing New for MSU

On the surface, it appears as though Tom Izzo has a recruiting crisis on his hands.

The Spartans missed out on yet another top-tier recruit in guard Jalen Brunson, who committed to Villanova University earlier in September. 346 more words

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Eastern Conference Playoffs. 8 Seed: Atlanta Hawks

The Hawks were a very interesting story last year. They started out hot. They looked like the third best team in the East, easily. Then Al Horford tore his pectoral muscle for the second time in his career. 452 more words


With Management Mess, Hawks Look For Stability on Court

In spite of a tumultuous summer within the organization, the Hawks look forward to unity in the locker room and on the court. 1,067 more words


Hawks drop exhibition to Grizzlies

John Jenkins scored a team-high 15 points for the Hawks in a 93-88 exhibition loss to the Grizzlies Saturday night in Memphis.

Jenkins also led the Hawks (1-1) in scoring with 13 points in their exhibition season opening win over the Pelicans Monday. 159 more words

Atlanta Hawks

Payne being mentored by Hawks' big men

Here’s a bonus blog with some leftovers from Monday’s exhibition opening win against the Pelicans.

Interesting to note that the Hawks started with 2/5ths of their regular-season lineup and the Pelicans started 4/5ths of their projected group. 670 more words

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ProBasketballTalk 2014-15 Preview: Atlanta Hawks

Last season: Until Al Horford went down in December, the Hawks looked like the only Eastern Conference team not named the Miami Heat or Indiana Pacers that wasn’t a complete joke. 707 more words

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