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Basketball ] MiamiHerald.com:
Atlanta hopes to have All-Star Joe Johnson back on the floor tonight when it plays host to the Golden State Warriors at Philips Arena.
BEST OF MAXIM
No trade of Monta Ellis is imminent, but talks are ongoing say sources.
Atlanta Hawks guard Joe Johnson is a game-time decision for Wednesday's game against the Golden State Warriors.Johnson missed the All-Star Game and the team's two previous games before the break because of tendinitis in his left knee.The 30-year-old is the Hawks' leading scorer at 17.6 points per game and was named an All-Star for the sixth year in a row.Atlanta is 4...
Joe Johnson (knee) is in the starting lineup. Larry Drew said he will monitor how Joe feels to determine how much he will play. “I know with tendinitis the best thing for it is rest,” Drew said. “Hopefully these days off will benefit him.”
Drew said he doesn’t ever plan to make Joe a healthy scratch for the sake of giving him days off: “At this stage of the season,...
By JEFF BARTL,
STATS WriterThe Atlanta Hawks' recent lack of offensive punch has contributed to their current slump, though they seemingly have a solid chance to snap out of their funk against a Milwaukee Bucks team that's struggling to defend lately.Atlanta seeks its 11th win in the last 13 home meetings with Milwaukee when the teams meet Friday night.The return of leading...
ATLANTA (AP) Center Erick Dampier, who has been with Atlanta on a pair of 10-day contracts, has signed with the Hawks for the remainder of the season.
By Jerry Browneastvalleytribune.com,
Nov. 8, 2007
ATLANTA - The Hawks have already beaten both Dallas and Phoenix this season, and a collection of high draft picks are beginning to bear fruit just off Peachtree Street.
But there are still nights when Joe Johnson wonders why the other marquee name — that big trade acquisition or free agent signing — never showed up, forcing...
David Lee scored 22 points, including the go-ahead basket with 30 seconds remaining, and the Golden State Warriors answered a late comeback by Atlanta to beat the Hawks 85-82 on Wednesday night.
WARRIORS AT ATLANTATipoff: 4:30 p.m. at Philips Arena TV/Radio: CSNBA; 1050Hawks update: Atlanta has lost five of its past seven games.
Minus injured guard, Golden State unable to keep pace with Indiana
Let’s assume for a moment that the Orlando Magic indeed have reached out to the Golden State Warriors in recent days to try and acquire Monta Ellis, as has been reported .
Posted: Feb. 10, 2011
After extending one winning streak against Golden State earlier this week, the Phoenix Suns now have a good chance to continue an even lengthier run of success at home over the Warriors.
In position to reach the .500 mark for the first time in almost two months, the Suns try for an 11th consecutive home victory over the Warriors when the teams meet Thursday...
Posted: March 23, 2010
Amar'e Stoudemire's posterization of Golden State's Anthony Tolliver last night in Phoenix's road win might have been his best dunk of all-time. In order to figure out if it was his best, Suns.com decided to track down some of STAT's most popular dunks so the fans could decide which one takes the title. Let us know what you think!
By Justin Einhorn
Posted: Dec. 2, 2010
The Phoenix Suns and Golden State Warriors seemingly always play high-scoring affairs, and there's nothing to suggest the renewal of this Pacific Division rivalry will be any different.
It's been nearly five years since a game between these teams didn't include both scoring more than 100 points, a trend expected to continue...