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Hawks Beat Cavs as Scott Breaks Out of Slump

By Robby Kalland

The Hawks (33-42) dominated from start to finish on their way to a 117-98 victory over the Cavs (31-46) behind 26 points off the bench by Mike Scott on 12-of-13 shooting, as he broke out of his shooting slump in a big way. Jeff Teague started hot and dominated the first and third quarters on his... »

Scouting Report: Cleveland Cavaliers

By Robby Kalland

The Hawks (32-42) will host the Cavaliers (31-45) Friday night in an important matchup in the Eastern Conference standings. The Cavs, currently 10th in the East, are two games behind the Hawks and Knicks (33-43) who are tied for the eighth seed with just six games left for Cleveland and New York and eight... »

Jeff Teague Lifts Hawks to Double OT Win over Cavs

By Robby Kalland

A Jeff Teague pull-up jumper from 20 feet took four bounces off the rim before dropping through the net as the final buzzer sounded to give the Hawks (16-13) a 127-125 victory in double-overtime over the Cavaliers (10-18). Teague set a career-high with 34 points and added 14 assists, three rebounds, and three steals in just... »

Scouting Report: Cleveland Cavaliers

By Jaryd Wilson

It’s been a weird NBA season to say the least, but perhaps no team has been more perplexing than the Cleveland Cavaliers.  Tonight’s Hawks opponent is a league-worst 2-12 on the road but 8-5 at home.  They sit seven games under .500 despite a roster than many thought would compete for a playoff spot.... »

Hawks Dominate Cavaliers as Korver Breaks Three-Point Streak Record

By Robby Kalland

With a three-pointer from the right wing with 5:47 to play in the first quarter, Kyle Korver set the all-time record for consecutive games with a made three-pointer at 90, breaking Dana Barros’ record. Korver finished the night 4-of-6 from the field and 2-of-3 from three-point range with 10 points and two assists, but make no... »

Hawks vs. Cavs Preview: Q&A With Joe Gabriele

By Robby Kalland

The Hawks (10-10) will take on the Cavaliers (6-12) tonight at Philips Arena at 7:30. Both teams are coming off of Wednesday night wins, and the Cavs are riding a two-game win streak into Atlanta. I sent Joe Gabriele of Cavs.com some questions to get a preview of what to expect in tonight’s game... »