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AL HORFORD RUMORS & GOSSIP

Hawks' Al Horford announces he'll sit out FIBA Americas tournament

Injuries derailed the Atlanta Hawks' season in the end. And that means this summer is all about healing, rest and recuperation for Atlanta's most important players.To that end, Hawks center Al Horford announced on Twitter on Tuesday that he would not be joining the Dominican Republic's national team at the FIBA Americas tournament. The tournament tips off on August 31 in Mexico City...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Al Horford keeps Atlanta Hawks flying high

Al Harford and his late game heroics in game 5 against the Washington Wizards have put his team in a very favorable position. His elevated level of play gives the Atlanta Hawks a chance to wrap up the series and reach the NBA Eastern Conference Finals. He is a vital ingredient in the Hawks’ recipe for success. The prized All-Star center has played exceptional basketball this season...
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May 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Horford's putback gives Hawks Game 5 win over Wizards

Following a Paul Pierce three pointer, the Washington Wizards held an 81-80 lead with eight seconds remaining. That was enough time for the Atlanta Hawks to respond and thanks to Al Horford, they did. Hawks guard Dennis Schroder went one-on-one with Wizards guard John Wall, who returned to the lineup after missing three games with a fractured left hand. Wall allowed Schroder position...
Via KCM Sports
May 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Al Horford Will Play in Game 2

Atlanta Hawks center Al Horford dislocated his right pinky finger during the team’s Game 1 victory over the Brooklyn Nets on Sunday afternoon. Per Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Horford was adamant that he would be available for the second meeting of the first-round series. “I’m playing. I’m playing. I feel fine. I practiced today.” Horford tallied...
Via Sportsnaut
April 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Three potential draft targets for the Atlanta Hawks

With the NBA Draft only 18 days away it’s safe to say that most front offices have officially entered panic mode. Decisions on whether to trade up, down or out in the first round or what positions should be targeted for each team is something every teams general manager and coaching staff has discussed heavily already. For the Atlanta Hawks, the idea of trading up is most definitely...
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June 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Should the Atlanta Hawks trade up in the NBA Draft?

The Atlanta Hawks currently are sitting with the 15th pick in this year’s NBA Draft. While there are good and serviceable players available in the middle of the first draft, none seem to be franchise changing players. Jeff Schultz of the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports that Atlanta’s general manger Danny Ferry is aware that Sacramento would be willing to move their eighth...
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June 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Hawks' Horford on track to return for training camp

Al Horford is on track for next season's training camp, but the Hawks center won't be able to play for the Dominican Republic's national team this summer as he rehabs from a torn right pectoral muscle. In a statement released by the Hawks on Wednesday, Dr. Xavier Duralde said "Al is doing very well and has progressed as expected as he rehabilitates his right pectoral muscle. As of...
Via Fox Sports South
May 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Hawks' Horford talks about injury, rehab

ATLANTA -- Speaking for the first time since he suffered a torn right pectoral muscle on Dec. 26, Hawks center Al Horford was in a good mood on Thursday, laughing at his own expense at the injury that has ended his season. The Hawks have sorely missed the presence of their two-time All-Star, as they have lost 13 of 15 games entering Thursday's game with Milwaukee at Philips Arena...
Via Fox Sports South
March 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Atlanta Hawks: What to look for at the trade deadline

The lead up to the trade deadline is probably one of the most intense few days on the basketball calendar. In many ways it’s a waypoint on the direction of a franchise. For some, they go all in and hope to make this year the year. For others they wave the white flag and start to pack it up in the hopes that next season will be better. And then a lot of teams just stay pat. As it...
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February 17, 2014  |  Discuss
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