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Atlanta Hawks coach Larry Drew was anything but pleased after watching his team get outplayed from start to finish in the opener of a three-game homestand.
The Milwaukee Bucks, meanwhile, won their last game after coming out strong from the opening tip.
Atlanta aims to get back on track Wednesday night versus Milwaukee, which hopes to avoid a ninth loss in its last 10 visits to Philips Arena.
The Hawks (37-30) followed a 1-6 stretch with three straight wins, but saw their woes resume Monday in a 127-113 loss to Dallas. Atlanta gave up its most points this season and allowed the Mavericks to shoot 57.3 percent.
"They brought the game to us from the very beginning, they had us on our heels all night long," Drew said. "We're going to have to just roll our sleeves up. I can't make any excuses for a performance like that. This is just the time of the year where we have to suck it up."
Jeff Teague scored 19 points to lead eight Atlanta players in double fi...
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This Atlanta cheerleader fell hard in between the third and fourth quarters of the Hawks vs Mavericks game.
ATLANTA Atlanta Hawks coach Larry Drew said there were a lot of reasons why he was happy to have Dahntay Jones on his team.
When he was held out of a game or others times when he has played sparingly six times since arriving from Dallas for Anthony Morrow on Feb. 21, the day the NBA trading deadline elapsed, Jones has played between two and seven minutes he has not pouted, even...
Prior to the start of the fourth quarter of the Hawks-Mavs game, one of the Atlanta cheerleaders took a rather scary looking fall during a dance routine and had to be carted off the court after being immobilized. It looks as if she either slipped on the court’s slick floor or her foot just came out from under her, leading the poor girl to hit her head as she landed.
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An Atlanta Hawks cheerleader was taken off the court in a stretcher Monday after slipping and falling during a dance routine.
The cheerleader was hurt between the third and fourth quarter of the Hawks-Dallas Mavericks game at Phillips Arena.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution says the cheerleader was taken by paramedics to a hospital to undergo tests and that she never lost consciousness...
An Atlanta Hawks cheerleader bit the dust, hard, during the intermission between the third and fourth quarter of Monday night’s Hawks vs Mavericks game. She was carted off the court and taken to the Atlanta Medical Center where she was “receiving treatment,” according to Deadspin. What a face smasher!
Poor girl, I hope she is ok.
Looks like she just hit a wet spot on the floor and lost her balance. She hit her head pretty hard on the floor. Hopefully, they just carted her off as a precaution.
If we get any more details we will let you know.
Basketball players aren’t the only athletes on the court in an arena during NBA games. Dance teams also provide entertainment during the games mixing dance skills and eye candy to keep the crow hyped during timeouts and lulls in the game. An Atlanta Hawks cheerleader was injured and had to leave the arena via stretcher during Monday night’s Hawks game at Philips Arena. The cheerleader...
Wow, when we received 'Atlanta Hawks cheerleader slips and falls, taken off court on stretcher' -- we expected a flip or something to be involved. Nope, foot simply slid out from in front of Kristen...
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Maybe she should have given her sneakers the old Larry Bird spit treatment before heading onto the court for this one.
An Atlanta Hawks cheerleader was released from Atlanta Medical Center on Monday night after taking a spill during an in-game routine, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. While cheerleaders are known for high-flying stunts and pretty involved gymnastics repertoires...
ATLANTA (AP) -- The Atlanta Hawks knew there was a team creeping up from behind in the playoff race.
They're focused on who's ahead of them.
Jeff Teague scored 27 points and Al Horford had 26, taking control after a sluggish first quarter to lead the Hawks past Milwaukee 98-90 on Wednesday night and stifle the Bucks' push in the Eastern Conference.
"We knew they...
ATLANTA (AP) -- Dallas coach Rick Carlisle called it a "defensive pillow fight."
If so, Atlanta coach Larry Drew felt like his team didn't bring enough pillows.
Darren Collison scored 24 points and the hot-shooting Mavericks set season highs for points in a half and a game in a 127-113 victory over the Hawks on Monday night.
Carlisle said the Mavericks would "...
The Hawks (37-29) have won three straight games and snapped a five-game road losing streak after their victory against Brooklyn. “Coming into this game we were concerned with the matchups,” coach Larry Drew said according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “The first three games we went big on them. This time we decided to go with our [...]
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