Atlanta Hawks

The NBA provides the masses great drama during nearly every month of the year — February, for many reasons, is no different. Aside from the All-Star Game-related festivities, the trade deadline is always a popular period of time for the frenzied onlooker. On the surface level, the notion of asking whether the buyers will buy
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It is easy, at first glance, to see Trae Young’s rookie season with the Atlanta Hawks as little more than handing him the ball and seeing how he handles it all. Young leads the Hawks, by far, in field goals attempted, with 569 as of Friday. Kent Bazemore is a distant second, at 401. Young
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Atlanta Hawks rookie, Kevin Huerter, stands out because of his aptitude from deep. But it’s the less celebrated aspects of his game that make him so intriguing. The Atlanta Hawks, in the year 2019, are understandably not a frequent topic of discussion. The Hawks sit at 11-27, reaching such heights only on the back of
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Defense has always been Lloyd Pierce’s point of focus. As a player at Santa Clara University, he dedicated himself to that end of the floor while Steve Nash directed the offense. As an assistant on Brett Brown’s staff in Philadelphia, he engineered a modern, top-five defense built around Joel Embiid and a host of physical,
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For anyone who covered “Linsanity” and Jeremy Lin’s career with the New York Knicks, the crowd response to Lin emerging from the tunnel on Wednesday night was striking for its absence of emotion. There were some scattered boos, less a referendum on Lin it seemed than the typical Madison Square Garden response to any road
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OAKLAND, CA – NOVEMBER 13: Trae Young #11 of the Atlanta Hawks stands on the court during player introductions before their game against the Golden State Warriors at ORACLE Arena on November 13, 2018 in Oakland, California. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is
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