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Hawks Offseason Moves

By Jaryd Wilson

Here’s a recap of the offseason moves for the Atlanta Hawks.  Click each headline for the full story: Hawks awarded Gustavo Ayón On Waiver Claim Hawks Sign Elton Brand Hawks Sign Paul Millsap Hawks Sign DeMarre Carroll Hawks Sign Pero Antić Kyle Korver Re-Ups Jeff Teague Talks Return Photo by Scott Cunningham/NBAE/Getty Images »

Hawks Add To Size with 6’11″ Antić

By Jaryd Wilson

The Hawks announced the signing of 6’11″ Republic of Macedonia center Pero Antić Thursday, adding to what is becoming a crowded frontcourt. Antić becomes the tallest player on Atlanta’s roster (the Hawks have not signed draft picks Lucas Nogueira (7’0″) or Mike Muscala (6’11″) yet), and he should see playing time as the backup center.... »

The Season and the Future of Lou Williams

By Jaryd Wilson

We’re taking a look back at the season that was for each member of the Atlanta Hawks, as well as a sneak peek into what the future might hold.  Today it’s Lou Williams. The season:  Lou Williams’ first season in Atlanta ended with a disappointing ACL injury after just 39 games.  The guard, who started... »

The Season and the Future of John Jenkins

By Jaryd Wilson

We’re taking a look back at the season that was for each member of the Atlanta Hawks, as well as a sneak peek into what the future might hold.  Today it’s John Jenkins. The season:  John Jenkins got off to a slow start, understandably in his rookie season.  The first-round pick out of Vanderbilt didn’t... »

Scouting Gorgui Dieng

By Jaryd Wilson

As we get approach the 2013 NBA Draft, we are reaching out to local experts to help us scout some of the players the Hawks may take in the first round.  We had Charlie Springer from UofLCardGame help us scout Louisville center Gorgui Dieng. What are his strengths? Weaknesses? Strengths — Gorgui’s strongest asset, aside from... »

The Season and the Future of Al Horford

By Jaryd Wilson

We’re taking a look back at the season that was for each member of the Atlanta Hawks, as well as a sneak peek into what the future might hold.  Today it’s Al Horford. The season:  Al Horford had by far the best season of his six-year NBA career, averaging a double-double with 17.4 PPG and... »