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The Hornets and Pacers are two teams that are very interested in Jamal Crawford.
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Jamal Crawford is an unrestricted free agent and the Pacers were a playoff team in 2011 with ample cap space.
Kirk Hinrichs tenure with Hawks hits yet another speed bump, as Hawks general manager Rick Sund said guard Kirk Hinrich had surgery to to remove a cyst and repair the labrum in his left shoulder, according to AJC.com.
Hinirich is expected to miss, at least, the first month of the regular season, but Sund said the injury typically requires three to four months to heal, which would...
Teams can begin talking to their own players and free agents today. It’s quickly become clear that, as expected, Jamal will find a robust market for his services.
Indiana, New Jersey, Chicago, Orlando, Portland, New Orleans and Phoenix have expressed interest in him. Among those teams, at least Indiana, New Jersey, Chicago and Orlando have inquired about a sign-and-trade with the...
Friend of the blog, Rob Mahoney, makes the case for Jeff Teague at NYTimes.com's NBA blog: Increasing the minutes for Jeff Teague is one of the few low-cost, high-reward propositions the Hawks have for boosting their performance. He isn’t an All-Star caliber player by any means, but Teague presents Atlanta with a more dynamic scoring guard to accentuate the roster’s offensive...
Notes contemplated while waiting in an empty gym . . .
Stopped by Philips Arena today. No players showed up during the couple hours I was there and none were expected. Again, I wouldn’t read too much into it, especially since guys have access to the facilities at any time and don’t need to work out at Philips.
It turned out Joe and Al were at Philips yesterday to get their...
I’m not a big fan of the Hawks, but mostly because they’re almost certain to be Eastern Conference playoff rivals for the Bulls this year and probably for some time to come. So, while it may appear that I don’t have their best interest in mind, I still think they should amnesty the hell out of Joe Johnson. Al Horford and Josh Smith both ended last season in the Top 25 on the...
The Atlanta Hawks today announced plans to face the Charlotte Bobcats for their two-game 2011 preseason schedule later this month, with the first game scheduled for Monday, December 19 at the Time Warner Cable Arena (at 7 p.m.) and the return game set for Thursday, December 22 at Philips Arena (at 7:30 p.m.).
Kirk Hinrich has been sidelined by surgery, and the Atlanta Hawks and Jeff Teague could be better as a result.