Found April 07, 2013 on
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With Josh Smith and Jeff Teague free agents at the end of the year, the Atlanta Hawks will have an incredible amount of cap space. Josh Smith is leaving, but they are expected to resign Jeff Teague. So assuming everything goes to plan, the only players signed through this season will be All Star, Al Horford, Jeff Teague, elite bench scorer, Lou Williams and rookie shooting guard, John Jenkins. Assuming they resign Jeff Teague at around 8 million per year, they will only have 27 million dollars committed for next season, which is a little less than half of the salary cap. This means that the Hawks will have around 30 million dollars to spend. So how should Atlanta spend it? Well they have two major needs, an elite scorer on the wing and a true center, so they would be smart to start there.
Elite Scoring Wing: When it comes to this particular group of free agents, only one player is a perfect fit, Tyreke Evans. His scoring may be down, but he is actually having arguably his best seaso...
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ATLANTA Hawks forward Al Horford doesnt feel anxious when he plays. But when he's viewing sports as a fan, everything changes.
That's the role Horford will play on Monday night when his brother, John, suits up for Michigan against Louisville in the NCAA title game at the Georgia Dome.
"I don't get nervous when I play, I never do," Al Horford said. "I...
ATLANTA Nine days and four games remain in the NBA's regular season for the Hawks, who, having already clinched a playoff spot for the sixth consecutive season, are set in a state of limbo.
They don't know their playoff opponent for the first round, although it would be the No. 3 Pacers, at this moment. Atlanta leads seventh-place Boston by 1 12 games and trails fifth-place...
The undermanned Spurs team, playing without Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili, were able to grind out a win over an even more undermanned Hawks team without Josh Smith, Devin Harris, Kyle Korver and Al Horford and DeShawn Stevenson. But, the 2-point victory didn’t sit well with coach Popovich who called the win “pathetic.”
According to ESPN:
“In general, other than Timmy, in...
After a disappointing loss to the Charlotte Bobcats, the Sixers came back with a solid performance against the Atlanta Hawks to defeat them 101-90. The lead was in double digits for majority of the game so the Hawks were never really a threat to win this game. Evan Turner had a game high of 24 points followed by Spencer Hawes with 19 and Damien Wilkins with 16. It was an all around...
Philly.com made these ideas look a little better with an image slide show and stuff, so feel free to check it out there."Just as the Sixers must look toward the lottery, they must also focus on free agency. At this point it seems that Jrue Holiday is the only player who is a lock to be in the lineup next season. Thad Young, Evan Turner, and Spencer Hawes are all under contract...