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Hawks Season Review: Top 5 Games of 2013-14

By Robby Kalland

The Hawks were no strangers to close games this season, with 30 of their 82 games decided by 5 or fewer points, and also had some dominating performances sprinkled in along the way, so choosing the Top 5 games of this season was a difficult task. These are my personal choices, but these were... »

Hawks See 2013-14 as Foundation to Build Future On

By Robby Kalland

There was an air of optimism around exit interviews this week at Philips Arena. After an up-and-down season that ended with a loss to the Pacers in Game 7 of their first round series, the Hawks were in good spirits, knowing that a foundation had been laid for the future — a future they... »

Hawks Players Thank Fans In Tweets

By Jaryd Wilson

There’s no doubt Hawks players were bummed after a tough Game 7 loss to the Pacers in the playoffs, but they took time to thank fans for their support all season via Twitter: Proud of my Team. Fought hard all season with no excuses and we had a chance to advance in playoffs. We... »

10 Memorable Moments From the Hawks vs. Pacers Series

By Jaryd Wilson

The series didn’t end the way the Atlanta Hawks wanted it to, but there were many memorable moments along the way against the Pacers.  We put together 10 of our favorites: 10)  Korver’s Deep Three The Pacers made a furious second half rally in Game 5 to cut what was a 30-point deficit down... »

Hawks Go Cold as Pacers Win Game 7, Series

By Robby Kalland

The Hawks (3-4) went cold at the wrong time and were eliminated by the Pacers (4-3) in Game 7 as Atlanta shot just 30.4 percent from the field in the 92-80 loss. Paul George was magnificent for Indiana with 30 points, 11 rebounds, three assists, and two steals as he set the tone for the... »

Hawks Take 3-2 Series Lead With Win In Indiana

By Robby Kalland

The Hawks (3-2) got a 107-97 victory on the road against the Pacers (2-3) thanks to a dominant 41-19 second quarter performance led by Mike Scott and Shelvin Mack. The Hawks trailed after the first quarter by one, but Scott’s 17 points and Mack’s 13 off the bench in the second quarter lifted them to a... »

Mike Scott and Shelvin Mack Catch Fire in the Second Quarter

By Robby Kalland

After trailing 21-20 after the first quarter — with six turnovers — the Hawks exploded in the second quarter, out-scoring the Pacers 41-19 behind 30 combined points from Mike Scott and Shelvin Mack off the bench. Mack tied the game at 21 after splitting a pair of free throws on the first possession for the Hawks,... »

Hawks Shift Focus to Executing In Game 5

By Robby Kalland

With the Pacers winning Game 4 and evening the series at 2 games apiece, the focus shifts to the all important Game 5 in Indiana between them and the Hawks. The winner of Game 5 in first round series’ that are tied at 2-2 goes on to win the series 91.3% of the time... »

Hawks Drop Close One as Pacers Even Series at 2-2

By Robby Kalland

The Hawks (2-2) had a shot to tie the game on the final possession, but Pero Antic‘s three was wide right as the Pacers (2-2) held on for a 91-88 victory to even the series before going back to Indiana. Paul Millsap led all scorers with 29 points (10-of-18) along with seven rebounds, three blocks, and... »

Pacers Dominate Second Half, Tie Series With Hawks

By Robby Kalland

The Pacers (1-1) jumped out to a 7-0 lead early, but the Hawks (1-1) — like in Game 1 — answered the bell and led by as many as 11 in the second quarter and were up 52-48 at the half. Unfortunately for the Hawks, the third quarter had to happen, and the Pacers... »