Posted March 04, 2013 on AP on Fox
The Atlanta Hawks will be without Kyle Korver and Zaza Pachulia for their game against the Denver Nuggets on Monday night. Also, DeShawn Stevenson won't start and is unlikely to play. Hawks coach Larry Drew said Korver strained his right big toe in Atlanta's 99-98 loss to the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday. He stayed in the game but soreness set in afterward. Pachulia has a sore right Achilles. Stevenson normally skips the second game of back-to-backs because of balky knees. Anthony Tolliver will start for Stevenson and Dahntay Jones will start for Korver. Korver leads the NBA with a .462 shooting percentage on 3-pointers.

Woodson thinks he mishandled 'Melo

Knicks coach Mike Woodson regrets the way he handled Carmelo Anthony before 'Melo fell down during Monday's game.

Kobe's Game Winning Lay Up Against Hawks

I have to start this post by saying, good job by Kobe to getting by Al Horford for an easy two. Now I can break down everything the Hawks did wrong here.  First off, why don't teams double players like Kobe or Lebron and make someone else beat you? I never understand that. Secondly, that was a terrible job of Josh Smith fighting through the pick by Dwight allowing the Lakers...

Josh Smith says Dwight Howard is too loyal to leave Lakers

Atlanta Hawks forward Josh Smith has known Dwight Howard since they were kids and played on the same AAU team. On Sunday Smith weighed on on the center’s future before the Hawks and Los Angeles Lakers tangled at Staples Center. He claimed Howard was simply too loyal to leave the Lakers this summer as a free agent. I’ll go ahead and give you a minute to stop laughing as you think...

Kobe Bryant Threw Down on Josh Smith Last Night (Video)

Kobe Bryant dropped a cool 34 points on the Atlanta Hawks last night, and led his team to a 99-98 victory. Bryant had 11 points in the fourth quarter, including this monster dunk over Atlanta’s Josh Smith with a little more than 2 minutes to play in the game.  It's safe to say Kobe wants to get his team into the playoffs. Check out our Home Page for more stories...

Dunk of the night: Kobe Bryant on Hawks Josh Smith

Kobe AKA Black Mamba AKA Vino is showing that age is just a number as far as he’s concerned. Check out this dunk on Hawks Josh Smith from the Lakers win on Sunday.   That actually looked like #8 fro Kobe. The Lakers are now at .500 with about 6 weeks left until the playoffs

76ers-Hawks Preview

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...

Report: Nuggets Eye Kyle Korver

The Denver Nuggets will reportedly be one of the top suitors after free-agent-to-be Kyle Korver this coming off-season. According to the Denver Post: Korver, an unrestricted free agent in his 10th year in the NBA, is expected to be one of the Nuggets top targets in the offseason as the team actively courts players who can fill that shooting void. Denver won’t be the only team looking...

Here’s Kobe Bryant dunking all over Josh Smith

Kobe Bryant isn’t as spry as he once was, but every now and then he catches someone slipping. No usually, the person that is caught slipping isn’t as tall and athletic as Atlanta’s Josh Smith. But yesterday during the Lakers 99-98 win over the Hawks, Kobe turned back the clock and dunked on Smith like it was 2002 again. The post Here’s Kobe Bryant dunking all over Josh Smith...

Preview: Hawks vs. Lakers

There's nothing that can change the entire attitude of a team better than winning. The Lakers (29-30) have won 9 of their 13 games in the month of February, including 7 straight games at Staples Center. They'll look for their 8th-straight tonight against the Atlanta Hawks (33-24). Much of the attention in Atlanta has been focused on Josh Smith and his impending free...

Dwight Howard will re-sign with Los Angeles Lakers, according to buddy Josh Smith

Atlanta Hawks forward Josh Smith told reporters that he believes he friend, Dwight Howard, will stay in Los Angeles for the foreseeable future.
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