Sports Flash Anchor, Producer for Over Time
Wendy Adams is a weekend Sports Flash anchor and also produces Overtime with Jim Murray on 92.9 The Game. She has established herself in the radio community since 2004 and has most recently been a member of the nationally syndicated morning show, The Bert Show. She joined the show as its fifth member back in 2008 as the traffic reporter and evolved into a fulltime member. Beyond being a member of the Bert Show, Wendy was also the host of Comcast On Demand’s local show “Bleachers,” a 12-week tour that highlighted the best in metro Atlanta high school football in 2011.
Hometown: Grayson, GA
College: Kennesaw State University
The Atlanta Hawks threw everything they had at Cleveland in Game 3 on Friday night, leading 103-99 with just over 8 minutes to go in the 4th-quarter. The Cavaliers, however, would dominate the rest of the game and went on to win 121-108 and lead the series 3-0. Game 4 will tip-off on Sunday at 3:30 at Philips Arena.
The Cavaliers hit a record-setting 25 3-pointers in a 123-98 win over the Hawks in Game 2. Cleveland made 18 3-pointers in the first half alone and would hit seven more in the second half, including Dahntay Jones’ record setting bucket.
The Atlanta Hawks will get another chance against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the second round after a 104-92 win over the Celtics to bring the first round to a close!
It was a slow start for the Atlanta Hawks who were down by as much as 10 points in the 2nd quarter to the Boston Celtics. Kent Bazemore would lead the turnaround hitting three straight 3-pointers giving the Hawks the lead at halftime.
Game 3: The Atlanta Hawks found themselves in a hole early down by 17 points to the Boston Celtics at the end of the first quarter. The Hawks would battle from as much as 20 down to take their second lead of the night (lead 4-3 in the first) in the 4th quarter.
The Atlanta Hawks came out with a fast start against the Celtics in Game 2, leading 24-7 after the first quarter. Boston’s seven points are the lowest-scoring first quarter points in NBA Playoff history (shot clock era).
Steve Holman wrapped up his 31st regular season with the Hawks on Wednesday night, as they fell to the Wizards 109-98. However, this is where Washington ends their season, while the Hawks will face the Boston Celtics in the first round of the playoffs this weekend.
Steve Holman is calling his 31st season with the Atlanta Hawks, who traveled up to Cleveland for a date with the Cavaliers on Monday night. The Hawks started strong with Kent Bazemore hitting five 3-pointers and finishing with 21 points in the first half.
Steve Holman is calling his 31st season with the Atlanta Hawks, who got their first win over the Toronto Raptors, 95-87, on Thursday night at Philips Arena! Jeff Teague led the team offensively with 23 points while Kyle Korver tacked on 14 points of his own, hitting four 3-pointers.
Steve Holman is calling his 31st season with the Hawks, who found themselves down by 13 in the third-quarter to the Phoenix Suns on Tuesday night. Jeff Teague’s 20 points and Kent Bazemore tacking on 17 points of his own lifted the Hawks to a 103-90 victory over the Suns!