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Scouting Report: Brooklyn Nets

By Jaryd Wilson

The Atlanta Hawks continue their playoff chase by visiting the Brooklyn Nets on Friday. Brooklyn got off to a slow start this season but has turned things around dramatically since the calendar turned to 2014.  New head coach Jason Kidd has the veteran group playing at a much higher level, and small ball has... »

Top 10 Hawks Matchups: #5. Hawks Take on Brooklyn in London

By Robby Kalland

The Brooklyn Nets will not make a trip to the Highlight Factory this season because the lone “home” game for the Hawks against them will take place in London on Jan. 16. The Nets had an active summer, trading for Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce, as well as signing Andrei Kirilenko in free agency... »

Postgame Thoughts: Short-Handed Hawks Give Inspired Effort In Boston

By Jaryd Wilson

A few thoughts after tonight’s 118-107 loss to the Celtics: – The Hawks played without Al Horford due to a stomach illness.  They also didn’t have the services of Devin Harris yet again with the foot injury and are still without Zaza Pachulia, who is nursing a sore Achilles.  Despite all of that, Atlanta... »

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 Complete Amazing Comeback Against Celtics

By Micah Hart

A few thoughts coming up (once I catch my breath) after the Hawks’ unbelievable 123-111 double-overtime win over the Celtics at Philips Arena: — Hang on, I still need a minute. — Seriously, give me a second, I need some time to process what just happened. — Ok, let’s start here. The Hawks did... »

Scouting the Opposition: Boston Celtics

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 night against the Celtics, we reached out to Celtics.com’s Marc D’Amico for his take on their... »