Jeff Teague is the starting point guard in Atlanta and the Hawks are counting on Dennis Schroder to grow into the No. 2 role, ideally starting next season (in Las Vegas they had him working on running a team properly and being a defensive pest). 185 more words
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LAS VEGAS – Dennis Schroder knew he was up against the clock. 683 more words
Evaluating and ranking high school athletes is an inexact science. Even its practitioners admit that.
But despite some consistent naysayers decrying mistakes made in the business of recruiting rankings, they generally turn out to be a good predictor of future success. 494 more words
It’s crazy season in the NBA—like Gordon Hayward potentially getting a max deal crazy. I hadn’t originally planned on penning a post previewing NBA Free Agency, but here we are in Day 3, and Marcin Gortat is getting 5 years/$60mm, and the Cavs want Hayward for max money. 1,347 more words
Year after year, the Atlanta Hawks fail to sign the NBA’s elite talent in free agency. With Lebron James opting out of his contract today, I look at several reasons why the Highlight Factory is not nationally perceived among the league’s premier free agent destinations. 617 more words
Reports surfaced this morning that the Atlanta could be pondering a run at former Knicks All-Pro Forward Carmelo Anthony. At first glance this seems crazy to consider as a possibility, just think back to Atlanta’s “recruitment” of Dwight Howard and Chris Paul last off-season and how well that went. 709 more words
Getting Carmelo Anthony would be a boon for any team chasing the free agent.
Apparently, even just getting an interview with Melo would be a boon. 319 more words