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Scouting Report: Chicago Bulls

By Robby Kalland

The Hawks (26-29) ended their eight game losing streak on Saturday with a win over the Knicks at home. Their next test will be the Bulls (29-26), a team the Hawks have lost to in their first two meetings. Chicago’s defense held Atlanta to 85 points on 37.2% shooting and 84 points on 43.8%... »

Hawks v. Grizzlies Preview

By Robby Kalland

The Memphis Grizzlies (26-22) come to Philips Arena looking to sweep the season series with the Atlanta Hawks (25-23). The Grizzlies are on a tear of late, thanks in large part to Marc Gasol returning from injury, winning 11 of their last 14 games, including their first matchup with the Hawks, 108-101 (without Gasol)... »

Scouting Report: Indiana Pacers

By Robby Kalland

The Pacers — owners of the best record in the NBA — will return to Philips Arena Tuesday night to face the Hawks. In their first meeting of the season, also in Atlanta, the Hawks got a 97-87 victory behind a balanced scoring effort, led by 17 points from Kyle Korver. In that meeting,... »

Hawks vs. Heat MLK Day Game Preview

By Robby Kalland

The Hawks will take on the Heat on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in what will be the first of two visits by the reigning NBA champions to Atlanta this season. The Heat went through a three-game losing streak recently, but rebounded with back-to-back wins over the Sixers and the Bobcats on Friday... »

Scouting Report: Houston Rockets

By Robby Kalland

The Houston Rockets (23-13) will bring their high-powered offense led by James Harden and Dwight Howard to Atlanta to face the Hawks (19-17) on Friday night. The Rockets are fourth in the NBA in points per game (105.8) and offensive rating (109.3). The Rockets, who are on the forefront of using analytics to shape their play on... »

Scouting Report: Indiana Pacers

By Robby Kalland

The Hawks have dropped three in a row and their next opponent, the Indiana Pacers, will be one of their toughest tests of the season. The Pacers are the top team in the NBA at 27-6 thanks in large part to their league-leading defense that allows just 88.6 points per game. Led by Paul George... »