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Guan Tianlang is enjoying his time in America, taking in an Atlanta Hawks basketball game at the Philips Arena.
BEST OF MAXIM
Center Al Horford is sitting out the Atlanta Hawks' final home game of the regular season because of soreness in his chest.
Horford missed most of last season after having surgery on his left pectoral muscle. He said before Tuesday's game that he's having some lingering pain in that same area, so he wants to give it a rest with the playoffs approaching.
As a precaution...
OUT OF YOUR LEAGUE
After spending the season in China, Tracy McGrady is headed back to the Association, reportedly signing a deal with a team headed to the playoffs.
The New York Knicks announced on Wednesday that a foot injury is sending vet Rasheed Wallace back out to pasture.
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After spending last season with the Atlanta Hawks, Tracy McGrady played in China this season.
Does this guarantee the Spurs will not get out of the first round?
The Atlanta Hawks have already locked up their sixth consecutive playoff appearance, but they still have some positioning at stake in their final home game.
The lottery-bound Toronto Raptors aren't likely to roll over as they look for their sixth win in seven games.
The Hawks will try to claim their third straight win and move closer to securing the fifth seed in the Eastern...
NBA stars Shawn Marion(Dallas Mavericks), and Dahntay Jones(Atlanta Hawks) express their love for fashionable dress socks, and high-end sneakers. Whose look caught your eye?
Shawn Marion is known for his sock game, he constantly shares photos of his stylish socks before most of his games on Instagram. Yesterday Shawn posted a pair of vibrant Paul Smith stripe socks, he wore...
NEW YORK (AP) -- Carmelo Anthony won the scoring title without playing, and the Atlanta Hawks lost their chance to move up in the East standings.
Chris Copeland scored 33 points on a night that belonged to the benches, and the New York Knicks wrapped up their winningest season in 16 years by beating the Hawks 98-92 on Wednesday.
With Anthony and just about every important player...
The Atlanta Hawks are going to need some help now if they want to return to the New York area sometime this weekend.
The New York Knicks, meanwhile, could see some of their regulars back in action in their final tuneup before the postseason.
The Hawks still have a chance to gain the Eastern Conference's No. 5 seed, but must end the Knicks' nine-game home win streak Wednesday...