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Banged Up Hawks Beaten By Spurs

By Robby Kalland

The Hawks, already without Pero Antic and DeMarre Carroll for the game, lost Jeff Teague to a sprained left ankle in the second quarter when down 43-24, and the Spurs continued to roll from there on their way to a 105-79 victory. Tim Duncan finished with 17 points, 16 rebounds, and four blocks in 27 minutes, and former Hawk Boris... »

Hawks Fall In Coach Bud’s Return To San Antonio

By Robby Kalland

The Hawks stayed close throughout and had as much as an eight point lead in the third quarter, but the Spurs proved too much down the stretch on their way to a 102-100 victory. Tim Duncan turned back the clock and put up 23 points and 21 rebounds (six offensive) in his first 20-20 game since... »

Scouting Report: San Antonio Spurs

By Jaryd Wilson

A quick look at the Spurs before tomorrow’s game with the Hawks: Hawks vs. Spurs Get Tickets Game Info Game Preview Coach Bud Talks Popovich San Antonio should again be in the conversation with the Western Conference favorites this season, returning the trio of Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili and Tim Duncan, along with Kawhi... »

Breaking Bud Part Three: The Frontcourt

By Robby Kalland

While the Hawks backcourt features some familiar faces, the frontcourt has a very new look to it. Al Horford returns for his seventh season with the Hawks but has a very different supporting cast around him. Gone are the veterans he grew up in the organization with like Josh Smith and Zaza Pachulia, and... »

Top 10 Hawks Matchups – #3: Coach Bud Returns to San Antonio

By Robby Kalland

Atlanta’s trip to San Antonio on Dec. 2 lands in the third spot on our countdown. The Hawks will get their first look at the defending Western Conference champions that night, and it will also be head coach Mike Budenholzer’s first game in San Antonio as an opposing coach. Playing against the Spurs is... »

Smith Joins Exclusive Club With Historic Basket

By Jaryd Wilson

Josh Smith caught the ball in transition at half court, took two dribbles at full speed and reached the rim, dropping one in off the glass while drawing a foul from Denver’s Kenneth Faried Monday night. It was a modest three-point play in what ended up being a forgettable night for the Hawks.  They... »

Postgame Thoughts: Hawks vs. Spurs

By Micah Hart

A few thoughts coming up on the Hawks’ 98-93 loss to the Spurs Saturday night at Philips Arena: – It was appropriate that the Spurs would be the Hawks’ opponent on the day they found out that Lou Williams would miss the rest of the season with a knee injury. GM Danny Ferry came... »