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Jon Chuckery: Georgia Tech Basketball… Long Gone Are The Glory DaysWith football over its time to turn our attention to the upcoming NCAA Tourney and March Madness… You know… The College Basketball Tournament… Something we USED to expect Georgia Tech to be a part of? A 3rd straight loss this...
Horford Takesover And Leads Hawks Past Pacers Friday NightATLANTA -- The Atlanta Hawks needed a spark. Forward Al Horford provided it. Horford had back-to-back momentum-shifting dunks late in the third quarter and stayed hot in the fourth quarter, fueling the Hawks' 102-96 victory over the Indiana Pacers on Friday at Philips Arena...
Biggest Matchup Of The Weekend Was LSU-OK, Rick Kamla Breaks Down The Simmons-Hield Head To HeadRick Kamla says, "Simmons is Lamar Odom with some Josh Smith seasoning." Kamla went on to say that "LSU is underachieving because Simmons motor doesn't run fast enough. He's a walking triple-double, but needs to hunt for his offense more. His team needed more offense from him vs Hield and Oklahoma."
Hawks Lose To Clippers At Home For First Time In Six Seasons Wednesday NightATLANTA -- The Los Angeles Clippers finally have a victory in Atlanta and are heading home after a winning road trip. Guard Jamal Crawford scored 21 points off the bench and center DeAndre Jordan grabbed 19 rebounds as the Clippers defeated the Hawks 85-83 to snap a six-season losing streak in Atlanta...
LSU Uses Barrage Of 3's In The 2nd Half To Down Georgia Tuesday NightAfter not making a 3-pointer -- or a shot outside the paint -- in the first half, LSU was buoyed by six 3s in the second and got 22 points from freshman forward Ben Simmons and held off a wild Georgia rally, 89-85 in the Pete Maravich Assembly Center in Baton Rouge, La...
Six Hawks In Double Figures, Win MLK Day Matinee Over MagicATLANTA - Forward Al Horford paced a balanced Atlanta attack, and the Hawks put away the struggling Orlando Magic in a 98-81 win Monday in a Martin Luther King Day matinee at Philips Arena. Horford led six Hawks in double figures with 15 points, and forward Paul Millsap added 14 points and grabbed 13 rebounds. Point guard Jeff Teague scored 14 points, including a layup and 3-pointer in the third quarter that helped stave off an Orlando challenge...
Tate: Who'll Let The Dawgs Out?After opening the season with a disappointing loss at home in Stegeman Coliseum, the UGA men's basketball team could have easily gotten discouraged and given up all hope on what could be of the season following up an NCAA Tournament appearance but they didn't. Now in mid-January and still trying to figure out exactly who the Dawgs are this season, DawgNation is feeling optimistic in large part due to the improvement of Head Coach Mark Fox and his coaching staff who has done a phenomenal job during his tenure in Athens...
Bulldogs Use A Barrage Of 3's To Down Tennessee Wed NightGuards J.J. Frazier and Kenny Gaines had big nights, leading Georgia past Tennessee 81-72 on Wednesday night at Stegeman Coliseum in Athens, Ga. Frazier had 28 points, eight rebounds and four assists and Gaines finished with 23 points, including six 3-pointers, to help Georgia overcome a halftime deficit and 20 turnovers...
Yellow Jackets Stun No. 4 Virginia SaturdayATLANTA -- Quinton Stephens was an unlikely hero for Georgia Tech on Saturday. The junior forward played only three minutes against Pitt in Georgia Tech's last game, but he learned the next day he would be in the starting lineup against No. 4 Virginia. He took advantage of his first ACC start and responded with perhaps the best game of his career...
GT Still Looking For First ACC Road Win In Almost A Year, Fall To Pitt Wednesday NightGeorgia Tech was looking for its first Atlantic Coast Conference road win in almost a year, but No. 24 Pittsburgh was not in the mood to cooperate as the Panthers were nearly unstoppable and used second-half burst to blow open a close game and beat the Yellow Jackets 89-84 at the Petersen Events Center...
Georgia Never Trails, Pounds Missouri Wednesday NightScoring the first 10 points of the game on Wednesday night, Georgia never trailed as it walloped Missouri 77-59 in a Southeastern Conference mismatch at Stegeman Coliseum in Athens, Ga...
Hawks Looking Forward As Calendar Year TurnsThe new year is often a time to lay out plans for the upcoming 12 months, while at the same time looking back at the year that just ended. With 2015 in the rear-view mirror, Al Horford felt good about a calendar year that saw the Hawks win 58 regular-season games and two playoff series...

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