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The Hawks have signed Erick Dampier for the remainder of the season.
BEST OF MAXIM
In one of the more surprising developments of this season, All-Star center Al Horford has been cleared to begin rehabbing from surgery to repair a torn left pectoral muscle.
Horford was expected to miss the remainder of the regular season but could be in the process of making a return much sooner than anyone expected, including coach Larry Drew.
"It's still a little too...
With the benefit of hindsight, Hawks coach Larry Drew could sit back and analyze what went wrong in his team's last 12 games before the NBA All-Star break.
The way he likes to put it, it's more a case of what they can do better. What they can improve, he said, is not getting seduced into playing too slow of a style and pace that does not fit their game.
The Hawks lost eight...
The Hawks will be without All-Star guard Joe Johnson again in Friday night's game against the Bucks.
After missing two games and the All-Star game with tendinitis in his left knee, Johnson returned to lead Atlanta with 18 points in Wednesday night's 85-82 loss to Golden State. Johnson's knee was stiff after playing more than 37 minutes in the game.
The Hawks will be...
EVERYTHING MUST GO!
It seems no team has been involved in more trade talk rumors this season than Boston, with the latest chatter being that they would like to add Atlanta's soaring star to their roster.
If you didn’t just click on the headline with the score, would you be able to tell which game Larry Drew was talking about when he said this about his offense: “We settled, especially in the first half. I thought we shot way too many jumpers. We cant’ be seduced into taking jump shots. We fell prey. We’ve got to be smarter and understand the flow of the game. It’s one...
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.
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.
The Atlanta Hawks signed center Erick Dampier for the remainder of the season on Thursday.
HAWKS SIGN ERICK DAMPIER FOR REMAINDER OF SEASON
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,...
Atlanta Hawks guard Joe Johnson will sit out Friday's game against the Milwaukee Bucks.
Johnson's sore knee stiffened during Wednesday's loss to the Golden State Warriors. It was his first game back after missing two games.
The All-Star guard had 18 points on 6-of-17 shooting against the Warriors.
Willie Green would normally replace Johnson, but he has been dealing with back spasms.
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...
Posted: Aug. 19, 2005
The Phoenix Suns today completed a sign-and-trade deal with the Atlanta Hawks that will send restricted free-agent guard Joe Johnson to Atlanta in exchange for guard/forward Boris Diaw (pronounced DEE-ow) and two future first-round draft picks. This trade also leaves Phoenix with a $6 million trade exception for their use in future dealings.
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.