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Looking to bounce back from a disappointing season, Joe Johnson says he doesn’t worry about how much money he’s making — Johnson is the League’s second highest paid player, only trailing Kobe Bryant in terms of salary — when assessing his own game. From the AJC: “On and on it’s gone since Johnson signed the richest deal in the NBA in the summer of 2010. Over and over...
Joe Johnson signed a six-year, $124 million deal with the Hawks in 2010.
Marvin Williams had 14 points and nine rebounds and the Hawks opened a double-digit lead early and cruised to a 106-70 victory over the sluggish Nets on Tuesday night in their final home opener in New Jersey.
Joe Johnson led another balanced attack with 18 points and the Atlanta Hawks beat the Washington Wizards 101-83 on Wednesday night. The Hawks have had six players score in double figures in each of their first two wins to open the season. Tracy McGrady had 11 points off the bench to join Atlanta's five starters in double figures.
by Rodger Bohn / @rodgerbohn
SLAMonline will be checking in throughout the season with Atlanta Hawks point guard Donald Sloan during his journey to make the NBA. Arguably the top player in the D-League this season with averages of 25.4 points, 8.4 assists and 5.2 rebounds, Sloan was invited to NBA Vet Camp with the Atlanta Hawks where he hopes to continue to chase his dream of playing...
According to ESPN, the Orlando Magic aren’t interested in acquiring young talent (and a combination of valuable draft picks) should they trade Dwight Howard. Nope, they want established vets instead, which the Atlanta Hawks offered them (but they were turned down): “Orlando has moved into a new arena last season and has a 85-year-old owner in Rich De Vos. Sources say De Vos...
Everyone is overlooking the Atlanta Hawks this season. They didn’t do much in the offseason but now that the regular season has started, Atlanta is on fire. After beating the Washington Wizards by a final score of 101-83 on Wednesday, the Hawks are now 2-0 with a total margin of victory of 54 points.
The Hawks were led in scoring by Joe Johnson, who scored 18 points and dished...
Joe Johnson led another balanced attack with 18 points and the Atlanta Hawks beat the Washington Wizards 101-83 on Wednesday night.
The Atlanta Hawks finally get their season underway when they visit North Jersey to take on the Nets at Prudential Center.
The Atlanta Hawks will open the home portion of their schedule tonight in search of their seventh straight win at Philips Arena over the Washington Wizards.