Archive for November, 2012

Horford, Harris Back As Hawks Look To Finish Strong

Friday, November 16th, 2012

The Hawks sorely missed Al Horford on the blocks in the loss to Golden State on Wednesday, but the big man (along with Devin Harris) should be back in action for tonight’s game against the Kings as Atlanta puts the finishing touches on a week-long, 4-game West coast road trip. The Kings aren’t necessarily... »

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Watch David Garibaldi Work His Performance Art Magic

Tuesday, November 13th, 2012

At Friday night’s Hawks-Heat game, performance artist (emphasis on artist) David Garibaldi created an amazing, authentic painting from scratch as a tribute to America’s veterans. Oh, and did we mention he painted the image upside down? It’s pretty incredible. Don’t take our word for it though, watch for yourself: »

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Postgame Thoughts: Hawks Fall to Heat

Saturday, November 10th, 2012

Another very exciting game that came down to the wire, but unlike against Indiana on Wednesday, the Hawks couldn’t pull this one out against the defending champs. A few thoughts on the action. – If Lou Williams was the breakout star for Atlanta before tonight, Jeff Teague showed that he too is capable of... »

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Scouting the Opposition: Miami Heat

Friday, November 9th, 2012

For every home game this season, we’ll be gathering some intel on the opposing team from someone who knows them best — a team employee, a rival blogger, beat writer or broadcaster. For the Hawks’ home game Friday night against the Heat, we reached out to Surya Fernandez, who writes about Miami for the... »

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Postgame Thoughts: Hawks Top Pacers In Game of Runs

Thursday, November 8th, 2012

Wow, you missed an exciting one if you didn’t make it down to Philips Arena tonight. In a game that pinballed back and forth all night, the Hawks got hot at the right time and pulled out a victory over the Pacers 89-86 to move to 2-1 on the young season. A few thoughts... »

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Scouting the Opposition: Indiana Pacers

Tuesday, November 6th, 2012

For every home game this season, we’ll be gathering some intel on the opposing team from someone who knows them best — a team employee, a rival blogger, beat writer or broadcaster. For the Hawks’ home game Wednesday night against the Pacers, we reached out to Pacers.com’s Scott Agness for his take on their... »

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Hawks Injury Report: Smith, Petro Stay In ATL

Saturday, November 3rd, 2012

Josh Smith suffered a right ankle sprain in Friday night’s game against the Rockets and will not travel with the team to Oklahoma City, the Hawks reported on Saturday. In addition, center Johan Petro will continue to rehabilitate his back and will not travel as well. Going to OKC is a tall task as... »

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Postgame Thoughts: Hawks Fall In Opener To Rockets

Saturday, November 3rd, 2012

The season is underway, after the Hawks fell 109-102 to the Rockets in front of a sold-out Philips Arena. A disappointing way to start the campaign for sure, but some positives to take away going forward. Let’s take a quick look: Lou Williams gave Hawks fans plenty of reasons to be happy the Snellville... »

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Scouting The Opposition: Houston Rockets

Thursday, November 1st, 2012

For every home game this season, we’ll be gathering some intel on the opposing team from someone who knows them best — a team employee, a rival blogger, beat writer or broadcaster. For the Hawks’ season opener against the Rockets, we reached out to the excellent Jason Friedman, who covers the Rockets beat for... »

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A Compendium of Hawks Season Predictions

Thursday, November 1st, 2012

by Jessica Taylor Excitement is high as the Hawks enter the 2012-13 season for one reason: change. Things are going to be different this season. As you read through the previews below, you’re sure to notice a couple themes regarding Danny Ferry’s offseason moves: the addition of a plethora of sharpshooters in Kyle Korver,... »

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