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Hawks Valiant Comeback Falls Short Against Lakers

By Robby Kalland

The Hawks came out flat on the road against the Lakers falling behind 33-22 after the first quarter. The Lakers shot 53.2% from the field and an incredible 8-of-13 (62.5%) from three (amazingly, all eight were made by different players) in the first half. The Hawks looked out of sorts on the defensive end... »

Breaking Bud Part Two: The Backcourt

By Robby Kalland

For Part Two of our “Breaking Bud” series, we will look at the Hawks backcourt and how some of the key players will fit in to Coach Mike Budenholzer’s system. For the purposes of the breakdown, small forward is being included as part of the backcourt because, as Bud told me, “Offensively, in the system,... »

Looking Back: Hawks Score Big In 2013 Draft

By Jaryd Wilson

I woke up this morning and am still baffled by the fact that Danny Ferry was able to trade the 18th overall pick in last night’s draft to Dallas to get the 16th pick, plus the Mavs’ first-round selection from last year in Jared Cunningham and last night’s 44th overall pick.  Usually when you... »

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.... »

Scouting Dennis Schroeder

By Jaryd Wilson

As we get approach the 2013 NBA Draft, we are reaching out to local experts to help us scout some of the players the Hawks may take in the first round.  We had Christophe Ney from EuropeanProspects.com help us scout Germany guard Dennis Schroeder. What are his strengths? Weaknesses? Dennis Schröder can be first of all... »