Found December 26, 2012 on
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Looking for the block of Wednesday night in the National Basketball Association? You need to check out this block from Atlanta Hawks forward Josh Smith.
It happened in their game against the Detroit Pistons as he swats Pistons guard Rodney Stuckey's put-back attempt:
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ATLANTA Hawks coach Larry Drew said he has witnessed the panic disappear from his players eyes.
In the past, if the Hawks began to lose a big lead, he could hear the negative talk in the huddle during a timeout. He could sense the nervous energy, as if waiting for something bad to happen.
Even though they have been a playoff team for five seasons running, the Hawks tended to come...
ATLANTA - Josh Smith and Al Horford dragged themselves off the court, exhausted, barely able to manage a feeble fist bump. And barely able to laugh at each other as they did. The Atlanta Hawks had just blown a 22-point lead in the fourth quarter but scraped out a 126-119 double-overtime win over the Detroit Pistons Wednesday night at Philips Arena. "A couple of times I...
It is OK if you do not know much about Greg Monroe. He is kind of a quiet guy to begin with, but playing for the 9-21 Pistons pushes him further into the shadows.
As the calendar turns to 2013, it might be time to see the improvement this third-year player is making and the growth coming from the multi-talented center. He already has his first career triple double, scoring 21...
ATLANTA (AP) -- Josh Smith scored 31 points, Al Horford added 22 and the Atlanta Hawks beat the Detroit Pistons 126-119 in double overtime on Wednesday night.
The Hawks blew a 22-point, fourth-quarter lead as Detroit reserves Will Bynum and Charlie Villanueva scored a combined 26 points in the final period of regulation.
Atlanta has won two straight and eight of 12. Detroit has...
New York Knicks point guard Raymond Felton has been pivotal in the team’s recent success.
As the hottest team in the East, all eyes have been trained to focus on MVP candidate Carmelo Anthony.
Felton however, has played at nothing short of a All-Star level and now that he is out, the Knicks will sincerely be tested.
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The Pistons are slowly starting to play young players a little more, but they aren't fully committed to doing a complete rebuild of the team at this moment.
After earning back-to-back home wins, the Atlanta Hawks are hoping to keep their momentum going during a road-heavy stretch.
A visit to Cleveland might help get that off to a victorious start, but the Cavaliers beat the Hawks last month and will be seeking to build on their first win streak of the season Friday night.
Atlanta (17-9) endured one of its worst stretches this season...
ATLANTA - The Atlanta Hawks blew a 22-point lead but scraped out a 126-119 double-overtime win over the Detroit Pistons Wednesday night at Philips Arena. Jeff Teague gave the Hawks the lead for good with a three-pointer at 2:46 of the final overtime period, and he scored nine of his 17 points in the final three minutes of the second extra period. He also had 10 assists. The...
No Melo? No problem. Well, sort of. The Knicks appeared to have things under control in Phoenix, where they led by double digits after a 27-15 second quarter. That was before Jared Dudley started to sizzle from beyond the arc, though. In a third quarter that the Knicks lost 32-22, Dudley knocked down three of his five triples. The game remained tight down the stretch, and...