Found July 25, 2013 on
The Atlanta Hawks front line rotation is going to be a tough load to handle in the Eastern Conference this coming season.
Al Horford, Paul Milsap and Elton Brand will hold down the paint, while Mike Scott (non-guaranteed contract) and draft picks Lucas Nogueira and Mike Muscala (both still unsigned) are part of the equation too.
And then there is Pero Antic.
According to Antic’s agent, Misko Raznatovic, the power forward/center who is coming off a season where he helped Olympiakos capture their second-straight Euroleague championship is set to sign a two-year contract with the Atlanta Hawks as early as Wednesday.
While the Hawks have yet to announce the signing or discuss such a deal, Antic flew to Atlanta on Tuesday and will undergo a physical before finalizing the reported deal.
Antic turns 31-years old on Monday and owns an impressive resume since turning professional in 1999: national team experience with Macedonia and multiple championships in Greece, Serb...
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Lucas Nogueira's buyout is close to being finished with Atlanta. Estudiantes came down a lot on the money and they can't risk him staying in Spain for one more year which is what Atlanta is threatening.
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The Atlanta Hawks have agreed upon a two-year deal with Pero Antic, according to a report from TalkBasket.com's George Kioussis.
Antic was most recently with Olympiacos.
The second season of Antic's deal will be non-guaranteed.
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