Hornets Snap Losing Streak, Blowout Hawks Wed NightCHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Guard Kemba Walker scored 23 points before sitting out the entire fourth quarter and the Charlotte Hornets snapped a seven-game losing streak with a 107-84 blowout victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday night. Walker was 9 of 13 from the field and hit four 3-pointers, breaking out after combining to go 7 of 28 from the field in his previous two games. He also had five assists...
Listen: Steve Holman on the Call (Atlanta Hawks 84 – Charlotte Hornets 107)Steve Holman is calling his 31st season with the Atlanta Hawks! The Hawks had a few days off before meeting with the Hornets tonight in Charlotte. It wasn't one of the Hawks better nights as they only led once in the game; 2-0 in the first-quarter. After that, it was all Charlotte as they took over with a 17-point run and never looked back. Atlanta will look to get back on track as they head to Milwaukee for a date with the Bucks on Friday.
Defense Leads Hawks To 94-92 Win Over HornetsKent Bazemore scored 20 points, Al Horford added 16 points and 12 rebounds and the Atlanta Hawks held on to beat the Charlotte Hornets for the second time in three days 94-92 on Sunday...
Listen: Steve Holman On The Call; Hawks Beat The Hornets Friday NightListen as legendary voice of the Atlanta Hawks, Steve Holman, calls the highlights from the first and second halves of the Hawks win over the Hornets on Friday night at Philips Arena...
Hawks Beat The Hornets Friday Night, Hand Coach Bud His 100th WinATLANTA -- The Atlanta Hawks, 35-6 at home a year ago, avoided starting 0-2 at Philips Arena this season and in the process gave coach Mike Budenholzer his 100th victory. Charlotte's Kemba Walker missed a 3-pointer at the buzzer and the Hawks, up by 14 points in the fourth quarter, held on for a 97-94 victory over the Hornets on Friday night.
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