Archive for February, 2012

Big Road Machine Rolls On

Saturday, February 11th, 2012

ATLANTA 89 – ORLANDO 87 (OT) AP RECAP | BOX SCORE | PHOTO GALLERY | HIGHLIGHTS Playing without starting center Al Horford AND without “Mr. Kryptonite” himself, Jason Collins, the Hawks could have rolled over on Friday night and accepted defeat. Not this year’s team. Led by Josh Smith, Atlanta came out aggressive and... »

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Can I Get a Witness?

Friday, February 10th, 2012

Former NBA All-Star and current NBA TV analyst Chris Webber was one of the first to respond to yesterday’s announcement of the 2012 All-Star reserves: C-Webb via Twitter: (@realchriswebber) Josh smith. Call 911.You got robbed. No mask no gloves- its fingerprints- all over the place call first 48-no call Atlanta CSI- Call the FBI... »

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The Roots of T-Mac

Friday, February 10th, 2012
The Roots of T-Mac

When asked if he would describe Auburndale, Florida as a ‘small town’ during a 2001 interview with Sean Deveney, Tracy McGrady thought that the question about where he grew up might not be serious. “Are-you kidding?” T-Mac replied. “It’s real small. Not too many people there. But it’s a friendly town, a very friendly... »

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A Much Needed Win

Thursday, February 9th, 2012

AP RECAP | BOX SCORE | PHOTO GALLERY | HIGHLIGHTS The Hawks did not lead from start to finish in tonight’s 97-87 win at the Highlight Factory. But after falling in an early 1-0 hole against the Pacers they quickly ran off eight straight points and proceeded to turn in one of the bigger... »

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Don’t Give Nash an Open Look

Tuesday, February 7th, 2012

Last season we charted Steve Nash’s impressive warm up routine, and this year we took the easy way out and just shot some flip-cam footage of his last 3-point station. The moral of the story remains the same… don’t let this guy get an open look with his feet set or else he will... »

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