Former NBA player Etan Thomas says he was denied train seat

Former NBA player Etan Thomas has called out a woman he says denied him a seat next to her on a crowded train, only to offer it up to another passenger. He writes in a Friday Facebook post that he asked a woman if he could sit next to her on a crowded train but was told the seat was taken. Thomas, who is black, says a white man inquired about the seat less than two minutes later...
Via Associated Press
18 hours ago  |  Discuss

Atlanta Hawks 2016 player review: Kent Bazemore

Kent Bazemore took a big step forward for the Atlanta Hawks in 2016 The Atlanta Hawks needed Kent Bazemore to take a huge step forward in 2016 and he delivered with a career best season. He is the latest success story of Atlanta's player development program and could parlay that into a big free agent contract this offseason. Bazemore emerged as the team's starting small forward...
Via Peachtree Hoops
18 hours ago

Report: Rockets target Horford to replace Dwight Howard

Still without a head coach, the Houston Rockets are soon going to have to transition to free agency and the draft. Coming off a disappointing 41-41 season that saw them eliminated from the playoffs in the first round, the Rockets have a rather interesting summer ahead of them. Star center Dwight Howard will likely opt out of his contract, leaving Houston with the necessary ammo...
Via Sportsnaut
20 hours ago  |  Discuss

2016 NBA Draft: Cheick Diallo, Isaiah Briscoe to workout for Hawks

Cheick Diallo and Isaiah Briscoe reportedly have draft workouts scheduled with the Atlanta Hawks. Draft preparations continue for the Atlanta Hawks who are hosting workouts with a variety of prospects. SNY.tv Hoops insider Adam Zagoria adds a pair of names to the list in Kansas big man Cheick Diallo and Kentucky point guard Isaiah Briscoe. Former Kansas F Cheick Diallo works...
Via Peachtree Hoops
21 hours ago

Atlanta Hawks 2016 player review: Al Horford

Al Horford remains good at basketball. The overriding discussion surrounding Al Horford concerns his pending free agency. That, of course, makes a great deal of sense given the wide-ranging impact that his future employment could have on the Atlanta Hawks as a whole, but in terms of the 2015-2016 season, one things remains abundantly clear. Al Horford is pretty darn good. During...
Via Peachtree Hoops
1 day ago

Breaking Down The Hawks Chances For A Superstar In The Offseason

The Atlanta Hawks way of business the past few years have centered around good team basketball and a no-stars approach. While it has garnered them wins in the regular season; strictly because teamwork will always make the dream work, it hasn’t garnered them much success outside of playoff births. But of course, the playoffs are […] Breaking Down The Hawks Chances For A Superstar...
Via Soaring Down South
3 days ago

WATCH: Kris Humphries' Greatest Hawks Moments

Check out the best dunks, blocks, steals and more from Kris Humphries in 2016.
Via YouTube
4 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Kris Humphries: "(Atlanta) Is A Fun Style of Basketball"

In his end-of-season interview, Kris Humphries praised the Hawks' team-first style of basketball and the players' character off the court.
Via YouTube
4 days ago  |  Discuss

The Atlanta Hawks’ biggest concerns heading into the draft

After two consecutive playoffs sweeps, the Atlanta Hawks must do some heavy reflecting and make smart decisions. Based off of the free agents on their roster and their performances in the 2015-2016 season, there are two positions of concern for the Hawks: the center and the shooting guard positions. Finding a center or power forward to grab rebounds is crucial for the Hawks. In...
Via isportsweb.com
5 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Paul Millsap: "I need to get better"

After arguably the best season of his career, which resulted in a third straight All-Star selection, forward Paul Millsap still thinks there's room for improvement.
Via YouTube
7 days ago  |  Discuss

The Hawks' Triumph Of Maxing Out What They Could Accomplish

You could pen several dusty, forlorn country tunes about the Atlanta Hawks. They've done nearly everything right over the past few years and their thanks has been getting blasted off the court in two consecutive postseasons by the Cleveland Cavaliers, who were literally built overnight and who are as notable for their locker room bickering as their occasionally incandescent basketball...
Via RealGM - NBA
13 days ago  |  Discuss

The Hawks’ changes shouldn’t be substantial — not yet

As soon as the Atlanta Hawks were eviscerated in Game 2 of their series against the Cleveland Cavaliers, it became apparent the Eastern Conference semifinal would not last more than five games. For the second straight season, the Hawks found no answers and no hope against the Cavs. There’s no shame in the losing itself, because Atlanta was the inferior team in each instance. However...
Via Crossover Chronicles
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Hubie Brown’s commentary got a little racy during Cavs-Hawks

We love Hubie Brown.  He’s a broadcasting legend and one of the more interesting people to listen to call a game.  Hubie is fantastic at breaking down X’s and O’s and there’s a special feeling we all get whenever he talks about the “painted area.” Today during Cavs-Hawks Game 4, Hubie said this: Even Hubie makes that sound like an important basketball sequence and...
Via Awful Announcing
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Jeff Teague won't be suspended for shove on LeBron James

The Atlanta Hawks won’t be without Jeff Teague in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Semifinal matchup against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Per Chris Hynes of Cleveland.com, the NBA upheld the Flagrant 1 penalty assessed on Teague in Game 3 stemming from a shove on LeBron James that flung him into the stands. In case you missed the penalty, here is a video clip of the shove and James’...
Via Sportsnaut
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Tyronn Lue is doing well, but larger verdicts must wait

Americans are notoriously impatient, and no matter what anyone might want to say about Tyronn Lue, there’s only one responsible way to view his presence as the head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Simply stated, we can’t say anything particularly profound about Lue — at least not anything which can be taken seriously — until the NBA Finals run their course. It’s not...
Via Crossover Chronicles
16 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Al Horford posterizes Kevin Love

Check out this dunk from Al Horford! Kevin Love tries to take the charge but Horford just jams it over him….. HORFORD! https://t.co/OJc9vz5oVV — Crossover Chronicles (@crossoverNBA) May 7, 2016
Via Crossover Chronicles
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Charles Oakley continues to rip Charles Barkley

Charles Oakley is still beefing with Charles Barkley. Oakley went on the radio Friday with the New York Daily News‘ Frank Isola on Sirius XM Radio to talk about his hostile tweet to Barkley, who suggested on Wednesday’s Inside the NBA the Atlanta Hawks “take out” a player from the Cleveland Cavaliers. Charles Barkley ,you better stop talking s*** about Cleveland you...
Via The Sports Daily
17 days ago  |  Discuss

LeBron: Barkley’s controversial take is ‘Chuck being Chuck’

LeBron James attempted to downplay the significance of a controversial comment made by Charles Barkley by noting it simply was a case of “Chuck being Chuck." The Cleveland Cavaliers star, however, didn't let the NBA on TNT analyst completely off the hook. Barkley raised eyebrows and arguably invited criticism when he said the Atlanta Hawks needed to react aggressively to how...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Hawks players not fans of the Cavs' celebrations in Game 2

The Atlanta Hawks couldn’t do anything to stop what the Cleveland Cavaliers threw their way during Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals on Wednesday. Trailing 74-38 at the half, Atlanta saw Cleveland nail a ridiculous 17 three-pointers before intermission en route to breaking the single-game NBA record with 25. At the end of the night, the Hawks found themselves in a 2...
Via Sportsnaut
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Tyronn Lue hits back at Charles Barkley over comments

Charles Barkley is facing some serious backlash for his comments Thursday night in which he advocated that the Atlanta Hawks get violent to take the Cleveland Cavaliers out of their comfort zone amidst a 3-point parade. Cavs coach Tyronn Lue was the latest to chime in on Thursday, criticizing Barkley for his remarks. “I don’t think there’s any place in our game to take someone...
Via Larry Brown Sports
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Atlanta Hawks “Crying Jordan” themselves as Cavs set NBA 3-point record

The Cleveland Cavaliers were hitting three-pointers like they were on fire in NBA Jam Wednesday night in Game 2 of their second-round matchup against the Atlanta Hawks. When the carnage was done, the Cavs sunk 25 three-point shots through what Ted Cruz would call a basketball ring, setting a new NBA record for three-pointers made in a game and winning 123-98. But at least the Hawks...
Via The Comeback
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Charles Oakley calls out Charles Barkley for advocating violence

Former NBA tough guy Charles Oakley called out TV tough guy Charles Barkley for advocating violence on national television. The Cleveland Cavaliers crushed the Atlanta Hawks in Game 2 of their Eastern Conference semifinals series on Wednesday 123-98. They set a record for three-pointers made in a game in the contest, thanks in part to a bevy of players bombing threes towards the...
Via Larry Brown Sports
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Mo Williams bounces ball off Mike Muscala’s face, Iman Shumpert drains three after catching it (video)

The Cleveland Cavaliers destroyed the Atlanta Hawks Wednesday night in a route no better defined than a wacky play in the game’s fourth quarter. Long story short, Mo Williams went to make a pass to somebody not named Iman Shumpert, Mike Muscala’s face face happened to get in the way and Shumpert caught the ricochet NBA JAM style and drained the shot from deep. Again the perfect...
Via The Sports Daily
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Atlanta Hawks’ Twitter keeps it funny during blowout

The Atlanta Hawks were absolutely obliterated by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the first half of Game 2 of their Eastern Conference semifinals playoff series on Wednesday, leaving their social media team very little to work with. That said, the Hawks’ Twitter account sure made lemonade out of some rotten lemons. Early on in the game, they kept it light and friendly with this tweet...
Via Larry Brown Sports
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Celtics’ Marcus Smart had a flop for the ages in Game 3 vs Hawks

Marcus Smart has long been known for flopping. So much so that opposing college fan bases used to collectively flop to mock him when he played at Oklahoma State: Now, Smart’s taking his flopping to new levels, at the highest of basketball levels: The NBA Playoffs. In the fourth quarter of Celtics-Hawks Game 3 on Friday night at TD Garden, Smart barely made contact with Atlanta’s...
Via The Comeback
April 23, 2016  |  Discuss

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