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TBT Special: Hawks Throw it Back to Their #FirstTweet

By Jaryd Wilson

compiled by Michele Rochford Ever wonder what you first tweet was? In celebration of Twitter’s 8th birthday, the company is throwing it back…way back. They’re giving their millions of users the opportunity to search and discover their very #FirstTweet. It’s simple: just go to first-tweets.com and type in your Twitter handle and be transported... »

Game Preview: Hawks vs. Wizards

By Robby Kalland

The Hawks (25-27) will host the Wizards (25-28) with both teams on the second game of a back-to-back and both teams losing their first game after the All-Star break. Both teams will be looking to get on track, as the two have lost 11 of their last 12 combined games — the lone win... »

Dominique Wilkins Recreates Iconic Photo From London’s Tower Bridge

By Micah Hart

Back in 1993, the Hawks and Magic traveled across the pond to play two preseason games (the first-ever NBA games in the UK), and while there, Dominique Wilkins posed for a famous photograph with the Tower Bridge in the background. If you are a denizen of the internet (and I’m guessing you are if... »

Media Day in Pictures

By Micah Hart

The Hawks held their first official event of the 2013-14 season with Media Day Monday afternoon at Philips Arena. Hopefully you were able to tune into our livestream coverage, as we had the chance to talk with each individual player about the upcoming season. We’ll have way, way more as training camp coverage tips... »

Analysis: Hawks Sign Free Agent PF Paul Millsap

By Micah Hart

The Hawks have several roster moves left to make before all is said and done this offseason, but one big move was announced today, as Atlanta officially signed former Jazz power forward Paul Millsap. Call me biased if you like, but I think Millsap is a great addition to the Hawks. He’s a hard-working,... »

Hawks Add Nogueira, Schroeder, and Muscala In 2013 Draft

By Micah Hart

Wow. What a first round. For a draft that was supposed to be short on buzz, it was about the daffiest I can remember. Lots of surprise picks, lots of trades, and when the dust settled the Hawks came away with two players (expected), but at the #16 and #17 slots instead of 17-18.... »

Start Saving Your Frequent Flyer Miles, The Hawks Are Going To London

By Micah Hart

We’re still several weeks away from the release of the 2013-14 schedule, but one date and opponent we now know for sure. The Hawks will be taking on the Brooklyn Nets on January 16, 2014, at The o2 Arena in London. It’s the first-ever regular season game for the Hawks outside of North America.... »

Postgame Thoughts: Game 2 Follow Similar Path

By Micah Hart

A few thoughts coming up on the Hawks’ 113-98 loss to the Pacers in Game 2 of their first-round Playoff series: – First and foremost, let’s remember the old playoff adage: A series isn’t a series until someone wins a game on the other team’s court. It’s a cliche, but it’s true. Neither of... »

Postgame Thoughts: Mistakes Hurt Hawks In Game 1

By Micah Hart

A few thoughts coming up on the Hawks 107-90 loss to the Pacers in Game 1 of their First-Round Eastern Conference Playoff Series: – Zaza Pachulia manned the Hawks’ twitter feed during the game, and one thing he kept saying was that the team was giving away points due to mistakes, but that they... »

Postgame Thoughts: Rookies Impress Despite Loss to Spurs

By Micah Hart

A few thoughts coming up on the Hawks’ close 99-97 loss to the Spurs in San Antonio: – With the team nursing several injuries and playing without starters Al Horford, Josh Smith, and Kyle Korver, you might think that would spell doom for the Hawks, especially going into San Antonio where they’ve lost 14... »