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Postgame Thoughts: Hawks Fall to Heat

By Micah Hart

  A few thoughts coming up on the Hawks’ 103-90 loss to the Heatat Philips Arena: – This one hurts, because for the bulk of the night, the Hawks really played well against the defending champs. After a sloppy first quarter by both teams (no surprise with the layoff for the All-Star break), Atlanta... »

Postgame Thoughts: Hawks at Heat

By Micah Hart

A few thoughts on the Hawks tough 101-92 loss to the Heat in Miami on Monday night: – No win, but nothing to be ashamed of in losing this one. Dwyane Wade shot 11-13 from the field on his way to 26 points, LeBron James shot 10-16 to net 27. I doubt there are... »

Postgame Thoughts: Hawks Fall to Heat

By Micah Hart

Another very exciting game that came down to the wire, but unlike against Indiana on Wednesday, the Hawks couldn’t pull this one out against the defending champs. A few thoughts on the action. – If Lou Williams was the breakout star for Atlanta before tonight, Jeff Teague showed that he too is capable of... »

Scouting the Opposition: Miami Heat

By Micah Hart

For every home game this season, we’ll be gathering some intel on the opposing team from someone who knows them best — a team employee, a rival blogger, beat writer or broadcaster. For the Hawks’ home game Friday night against the Heat, we reached out to Surya Fernandez, who writes about Miami for the... »

Hawks Start Preseason Off Right, Top Heat at Philips

By Micah Hart

A few thoughts from the Hawks’ 92-79 victory over the Heat to open the preseason Sunday afternoon at Philips Arena: - Larry Drew emphasized defense during the first week of training camp, and after giving up 26 points to the Heat in the first quarter, that emphasis paid off, as the Hawks held Miami... »

Playoff Picture Is Getting Clearer

By Jon Newberry

Not much is going to be decided before the last day of the season on Wednesday (especially in the West) but at least now the “if we win” scenarios are clearer. Without going through every possible scenario, here is a breakdown of how things could shake out. First, here is an excerpt from ProBasketballTalk... »

Is the Southeast Division the best in the NBA?

By Jon Newberry

The Denver Nuggets are learning very quickly that the Southeast Division is tough this year. When the final buzzer sounded on Saturday night at the Highlight Factory the scoreboard read Hawks 125-Nuggets 100, and the Southeast Division’s record improved to 20-10 on the season. Everyone knew the defending Eastern Conference Champion Magic were going... »

Ten Games To Watch – #5

By Micah Hart

Training camp begins next week! We continue to build towards the beginning of the season by counting down the “Ten Games To Watch” for 2009-10. Single game tickets are on sale now! #5 vs Miami Heat, Wed. Nov. 18, 2009 The Heat are perhaps Atlanta’s most bitter rival in the Southeast Division thanks to... »