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Locked on Hawks Podcast: Tim Hardaway Jr., Splitter vs. Humphries and more

Today's show features Bryan Gibberman of Hardwood Paroxysm. After a long weekend away (or just a regular weekend?), the Locked on Hawks podcast is back. On today’s episode of the podcast (No. 8 overall), Bryan Gibberman of Hardwood Paroxysm and ArizonaSports.com joins the show and we discuss a number of subjects. Topics include a more positive take on the Dwight Howard-Al Horford...
Via Peachtree Hoops
3 days ago

Tiago Splitter seems to be moving well

Tiago Splitter is working his way back hip surgery and seems to be moving quite well. Tiago Splitter had season-ending hip surgery in late February and played appeared in just 36 games in his first season for the Atlanta Hawks. Splitter’s rehab appears to be going well and he has been chronicling his rehab via his Instragram account. Splitter appears to be moving well, especially...
Via Peachtree Hoops
6 days ago

Tiago Splitter’s future as a Hawk

Tiago Splitter is coming off a season-ending hip injury and is the fourth-highest  paid player on the Hawks. Does he have a future in Atlanta? The Hawks’ offseason, up to this point, has been full of action. Two-fifths of the starting lineup from last year’s 48-win season departed, with Jeff Teague’s trade to Indiana and […] Tiago Splitter’s future as a Hawk - Soaring...
Via Soaring Down South
7 days ago

Dwight Howard, Hawks agree to $70M deal

Dwight Howard hasn’t been all that much of a difference-maker on the court over the last few years, but with the market for centers as weak as it has been, he always tends to draw a lot of attention in free agency and is no stranger to being placed on the trading block. It’s no secret that Howard didn’t get along with James Harden and other teammates, just like he failed to...
Via The Sports Daily
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Brazil’s Tiago Splitter to miss 2016 Rio Olympics with hip injury

Tiago Splitter has represented his country during a handful of international events, but hip surgery will keep him from participating in the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The Atlanta Hawks center posted on Instagram he elected to have a season-ending procedure and is expected to be sidelined for eight months. Splitter said: “I always loved to play, either for my team...
Via Sportsnaut
February 17, 2016  |  Discuss

Hawks have options at trade deadline with Tiago Splitter

By now, folks have heard all about how the Atlanta Hawks might be sellers at the NBA trade deadline with names such as Jeff Teague and Al Horford popping up, but a new name just joined them—Tiago Splitter. Splitter is quite the interesting chess piece for the Hawks, who might decide to stand pat or absolutely blow things up before the Feb. 18 deadline. Sitting at 27-20 and third...
Via The Sports Daily
January 28, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Spurs sign Danny Green to deal, trade Tiago Splitter

By David Kenyon The San Antonio Spurs’ pursuit of free agent LaMarcus Aldridge put Danny Green’s future into question with the franchise, but ESPN’s Chris Broussard reports the shooting guard is sticking around. Sources: Danny Green has agreed to a 4 year, $45 million deal with the Spurs — Chris Broussard (@Chris_Broussard) July 1, 2015 Green rose to league-wide popularity...
Via Sportsnaut
July 01, 2015  |  Discuss

CC Video of the day: Splitter’s dad can dunk

Who knew Spurs’ Tiago Splitter’s dad can get up? While visiting his son in San Antonio, it seems Splitter’s dad took to the team’s practice court and proved that at 50-years old, age is nothing but a number as he showed off he still has hops and can throw it down. And not only will you be impressed, Manu Ginobili was impressed to share video of the old man in action. (h/t...
Via Crossover Chronicles
March 19, 2014  |  Discuss

If healthy at season's end, Splitter plans to play in 2014 FIBA World Cup

So long as he finishes the 2013-2014 NBA season in a healthy state, San Antonio Spurs center Tiago Splitter told FIBA.com he plans on playing in the upcoming 2014 FIBA World Cup for Brazil. If I am not injured, I will play with the national team next summer. I am looking forward to participate in the World Cup with my teammates and try to help Brazil do a great performance...
Via Project Spurs
February 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Spurs lose in embarrassing fashion to Pacers

It all started well for Spurs in front of the Saturday night crowd that was eager to witness the matchup between two of the best teams in the NBA.  Duncan, Parker, and Ginobili set a blistering pace, each scoring 8 points by the middle of the second quarter, leading the Spurs to an early double-digit lead. Then the Pacers decided to do Pacer things. The Pacers, behind All-Star forward...
Via isportsweb.com
December 08, 2013  |  Discuss
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