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Hawks Fall at Buzzer to Bobcats

By Robby Kalland

The Hawks (37-44) played a hard-fought game with a short-handed lineup, but came up just short as the Bobcats (42-39) got a 95-93 win on a Chris Douglas-Roberts floater at the buzzer. The Hawks were resting three starters – Paul Millsap, DeMarre Carroll, and Kyle Korver – for the game and had Jeff Teague and Pero Antic sit the fourth... »

Scouting Report: Charlotte Bobcats

By Robby Kalland

The Hawks (37-43) will face the Bobcats (41-39) at Philips Arena in a matchup of the seventh and eighth seeds in the Eastern Conference. Charlotte will be plenty motivated as the Bobcats are still in the hunt for the sixth seed and are just one game back of the Wizards, who they own the... »

Hawks Beat Bobcats For Season-High Fourth Straight Win

By Robby Kalland

The Hawks (30-35) trailed by six at the half, but dominated the second half on their way to a 97-83 victory over the Bobcats (33-35). Paul Millsap led all scorers with 28 points on 60% shooting (50% from three) along with five rebounds and two blocks. Millsap carried the Hawks offense at the end of... »

Scouting Report: Charlotte Bobcats

By Jaryd Wilson

The Atlanta Hawks begin an important back-to-back with a trip to Charlotte to face the surging Bobcats.  The Hawks already have a win in Charlotte, but that was way back in game number seven of the season, long before the Bobcats starting showing signs of being a legitimate playoff contender. The Bobcats are within... »

Scouting Report: Utah Jazz

By Jaryd Wilson

The Hawks will look to salvage the final game of what has been a winless road trip so far when they face the Utah Jazz in Salt Lake City Monday night. It’s been a rough season for the Jazz; one that most knew would be rough, after the team let big men Al Jefferson... »

Hawks Go to OT Again to Beat Bobcats In First Game Without Horford

By Robby Kalland

The Hawks (17-13) went to overtime for the third straight game, the first time the franchise has done that since 1997, and got a 118-116 victory over the Bobcats (14-17) (the Hawks 10th straight win over Charlotte). The game was the first since Al Horford tore his right pectoral and in his absence the Hawks got big... »

Hawks vs. Bobcats Game Preview

By Robby Kalland

The Hawks (16-13) are coming off of a grueling double-overtime win over the Cavs in Cleveland on Thursday that saw Al Horford (right shoulder) and DeMarre Carroll (right thumb sprain) each go down with an injury in the fourth quarter. The Bobcats (14-15) are winners of four of their last five games, and their offense, which is... »

Scouting Report: Charlotte Bobcats

By Jaryd Wilson

The Bobcats, like the Orlando team Atlanta just played, are off to a surprisingly good start at 3-3.  What’s even more impressive is that they’ve been able to win three games without Al Jefferson, their big free agent acquisition, who has been sidelined for the past five games with an ankle injury. Jefferson hurt... »

Postgame Thoughts: Horford’s Tear Continues With Career Night

By Jaryd Wilson

A few thoughts after tonight’s 102-91 win over the Jazz: - Al Horford continues to be the hottest big man in the NBA.  His career-high 34-point night bumps his average to 25.4 points per game over his last seven games, six of which have been Hawks wins.  He’s also shooting 68 percent from the... »

Postgame Thoughts: Hawks Complete Comeback to Top Jazz

By Micah Hart

A few thoughts on the Hawks’ much-needed 103-95 come-from-behind win over the Jazz Friday night at Philips Arena: – For nearly 3 quarters Friday night, the Hawks recent woes seemed certain to continue. The defense could do nothing to stop Paul Millsap and Al Jefferson, and the offense couldn’t get untracked. Then with 1:35... »