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Scouting Report: Chicago Bulls

By Robby Kalland

The Hawks (32-41) snapped a six-game losing streak Monday night with a win over the Sixers and will face a much tougher test on Wednesday night when the Bulls (42-32) come to Atlanta. Chicago is looking to sweep the season-series with the Hawks, winning the first three games by an average margin of 8.7... »

Hawks Lose Heartbreaker to Bulls

By Robby Kalland

The Hawks (26-30) were unable to get critical baskets in the final minute as the Bulls (30-26) were able to pull out a 107-103 victory. The Bulls played eight players and seven finished in double figures — only Nazr Mohammed was scoreless in five minutes. Mike Dunleavy played all but nine seconds of the game... »

Scouting Report: Chicago Bulls

By Jaryd Wilson

  The Hawks begin what might be the most important two-game stretch to date in terms of playoff seeding as they’ll face the Chicago Bulls on Tuesday night, followed by the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday night. Since trading Luol Deng on Jan. 6, the Bulls have actually played pretty well.  So well, in fact,... »

Scouting the Opposition: Chicago Bulls

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 Saturday against the Bulls, we reached out to Sam Smith, award-winning journalist and writer for Bulls.com, for... »

Rehab Updates

By Jon Newberry

One Hawk nears the finish line, while another is mapping out his course to recovery. Kirk Hinrich has been rehabilitating his left shoulder after having a surgical procedure performed on it in early November. He was cleared for all non-contact drills after a January 3 check-up in Chicago, and hopes to be back in... »

Tuesday’s Training Camp Update

By Jon Newberry

The Hawks had originally scheduled for two workouts on Tuesday, but Coach Drew and his staff elected to hold one long session instead. The team started practice at 11 am and the last player (newcomer Jannero Pargo) didn’t leave the court until almost 3 pm. The big news of the day was the signing/arrival... »

The ‘BIG’ Lineup is Intriguing?

By Jon Newberry

Larry Drew has repeatedly stated that it is still too early to say how rotations will work or how minutes will be divided up with this season’s roster. With the versatility of players like Tracy McGrady, Joe Johnson and Al Horford, he has plenty of possible combinations to consider. One of the more intriguing... »

Hinrich Injury Update

By Jon Newberry

Here is the official release from team PR: MRI CONFIRMS HINRICH HAMSTRING STRAIN Veteran Guard Listed as Doubtful for Hawks vs. Bulls Series ATLANTA, GA – A magnetic resonance imaging test (MRI) taken today revealed that Hawks guard Kirk Hinrich suffered a significant strain to his right hamstring with 3:07 remaining in last night’s... »

The Hinrich Effect

By Jon Newberry

The Hawks’ trade for Kirk Hinrich wasn’t nearly as big of news as the pair of blockbuster trade’s that Orlando made earlier in the season to acquire Turkoglu, Jason Richardson and Gilbert Arenas, but it was the one that had the biggest impact during Game 1. Hinrich transition into the Hawks’ offensive flow hasn’t... »

5 Reasons to Be Optimistic

By Jon Newberry

With under 28 hours until tip-off for Game 1 there are Hawks haters out there blogging away. In some regards, you can’t blame them. Last year Atlanta was emphatically swept by Orlando in the second round, and many of the key pieces are the same for each team. Still, there are plenty of reasons... »