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The Atlanta Hawks signed guard, Shelvin Mack, to a 10-day contract Wednesday after waiving newly acquired forward/center, Jeremy Tyler, to create a roster spot.
According to Chris Vivlamore, Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
The Hawks signed Shelvin Mack to a 10-day contract Wednesday to add to their depleted guard position. To make room on the roster, the team waived forward/center Jeremy Tyler.
Mack, 6-foot-2, 215 pounds, last played in the NBA with the 76ers on two 10-day contracts in February. He most recently played with the Maine Red Claws of the NBA Development League, where he was an All-Star. In 23 games with the Red Claws, Mack averaged 20.1 points (third in the D-League) and 7.7 assists (second), 4.3 rebounds, 1.3 steals in 40.1 minutes.
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ATLANTA Here are five things (and one bonus rant) we gleaned from the Hawks' 107-96 win over the hapless Sixers on Wednesday:
1. So much for Atlanta's irritating six-game slide against Philly
You know it's a good night for the Hawks when point guard Jeff Teague (27 points, 11 assists) encounters little resistance in his dribble-drive moves to the paint.
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The Atlanta Hawks have waived forward/center, Jeremy Tyler. The second-year player appeared in just one game since being acquired from Golden State on February 21st, where he pulled down three rebounds in five minutes.
According to Hawks:
The Atlanta Hawks have waived forward/center Jeremy Tyler, Hawks President of Basketball Operations/General Manager Danny Ferry announced Wednesday.
ATLANTA (AP) -- Jeff Teague scored 27 points, Anthony Tolliver added a season-high 21 and the Atlanta Hawks bounced back from a sluggish start for a 107-96 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday night, snapping a three-game losing streak.
Tolliver, averaging just 3.4 points a game, had already surpassed his previous best of 13 points by halftime. The Sixers kept leaving...
Jeremy Tyler played in one game with the Hawks.
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Jeff Teague scored 27 points, Anthony Tolliver added a season-high 21 and the Atlanta Hawks bounced back from a sluggish start for a 107-96 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday night, snapping a three-game losing streak.
Tolliver, averaging just 3.4 points a game, had already surpassed his previous best of 13 points by halftime. The Sixers kept leaving him open beyond...
The Atlanta Hawks are glad to be home. They might be short-handed, however, in their return to Philips Arena.
Atlanta will try to prevent a season high-tying fourth straight defeat - and seventh in a row in this series - on Wednesday night when the slumping Philadelphia 76ers look to avoid their longest road skid in 25 seasons.
After averaging 106.3 points in wins over Milwaukee...