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Five observations of 99-89 win over Pistons

The Hawks snapped a two-game losing streak with a 99-89 win over the Pistons Friday night at Philips Arena.

It looked easy – for a while. 598 more words

The New Look Lakers Hold Off Hawks 114-109

The Lakers were looking to make an example out of the Hawks on Tuesday night with the season debut of “Swaggy P” aka Nick Young… 435 more words

Atlanta

Jeff Teague Jam!

I am upset with the Hawks.

How a team that claims to be improving can come out and lose to that pathetic collection of talent (sans Kobe and… 101 more words

As Seen Thru Glass

Five observations from 114-109 loss to Lakers

Paul Millsap used a scale of 1-10 to express his frustration.

“A 10,” he said following the Hawks’ 114-109 loss to the Lakers Tuesday night. The lost was the second straight for the Hawks, who fell to 5-5. 707 more words

Jeff Teague slices Lakers defense for dunk (video)

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The Lakers, who led by 17 points, improved their record to 2-9 with a 114-109 win over Atlanta. But the Lakers doubling their win total came no thanks to their last-place defense, especially on this late Jeff Teague drive.

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Jeff Teague learned to fly, then dunked all over Jordan Hill

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That’s 6-foot-2 Hawks guard Jeff Teague mastering flight, then dunking all over 6-foot-10 Lakers big man Jordan Hill.

I’m not sure why he came down, but I guess it was important he didn’t completely break the laws of physics and scramble all our brains. 13 more words

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Perspective on Brandon Jennings as a Young Point Guard

When the Pistons acquired point guard Brandon Jennings going into the 2013-2014 season, many viewed the addition as a solid, low-risk move, with considerable upside. The talented ball-handler had put his name on the map by leading the Milwaukee Bucks in scoring as a 22 year-old, and followed up that campaign by leading the Bucks to the playoffs in the 2012-2013 season, albeit with 38 wins in a watered-down Eastern Conference. 2,272 more words

2014 Offseason