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Hawks Bounce Back From Back To Back Losses, Beat Bulls In Chicago Wednesday NightCHICAGO -- The Atlanta Hawks rebounded from back-to-back losses with a 113-90 victory against the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday at the United Center. Paced by eight players who scored double figures and another strong shooting performance from the 3-point line, the Hawks (31-24) took control in the second quarter never let up...
Listen: Steve Holman on the Call (Atlanta Hawks 113 – Chicago Bulls 90)Steve Holman is calling his 31st season with the Hawks! The Hawks traveled to Chicago where they would head into the All-Star break on a high note! Jeff Teague had 17-points and eight assists while Al Horford added 16-points.
Listen: Dukes And Bell GameWinner For Wednesday, Feb 10th, 2016The guys talk about the most interesting topic today. Carl and Mike asked the listeners to come up with the matchup that they want to see that they know it couldn't happen. The listeners had some really good matchups from football to basketball and even golf...
Lisa Borders Named WNBA PresidentNEW YORK, Feb. 10, 2016 – Lisa Borders, who brings more than 25 years of experience in operations, marketing, government relations and public service, has been appointed President of the WNBA, it was announced today by NBA Commissioner Adam Silver...
Robinson: Atlanta Should Be Open To Trading These 5 HawksWith the NBA trade deadline approaching the Atlanta Hawks have been linked to a number of trade rumors. Even after going to the Eastern Conference Finals last season it is evident that something needs to change. Hawks upper management has admitted to...
Listen: Steve Holman on the Call (Atlanta Hawks 110 – Orlando Magic 117)Steve Holman is calling his 31st season with the Hawks! For the second night in-a-row, the Hawks faced the Orlando Magic; this time at home hoping for a different outcome. Atlanta seemingly had the game in hand, up by as much as 20-points.
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...
Hawks Never Trail, Blow Out 76ers Wednesday Night In PhillyPHILADELPHIA -- Forward Mike Scott and guard Tim Hardaway Jr. scored 13 points each and the Atlanta Hawks led whistle to whistle en route to a 124-86 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday night. Guard-forward Kent Bazemore, guard Dennis Schroeder, forward Thabo Sefolosha and...
Listen: Steve Holman on the Call (Atlanta Hawks 124 – Philadelphia 76ers 86)Steve Holman is calling his 31st season with the Hawks! The Hawks traveled to Philadelphia where they would cruise to a 38-point victory over the 76ers! Each of the 13 Hawks players that suited up scored; eight finishing in double-figures. Atlanta has now won two straight and will be back at Philips Arena Friday night for a date with the Indiana Pacers.
Listen: Steve Holman on the Call (Atlanta Hawks 112 – Dallas Mavericks 97)Steve Holman is calling his 31st season with the Hawks! Atlanta welcomed the Mavericks to town Monday night where it would be the Jeff Teague and Kyle Korver show! Teague scored a season-high 32-points, knocking down five 3-pointers, while Korver went 4-7 from the 3-point line finishing with 16-points. It was a much needed win as the Hawks will be back on the road Wednesday for a date with the 76ers in Philly.
Teague Too Much For Mavs, Scores 32 Points Monday NightATLANTA -- Led by point guard Jeff Teague's season-high 32 points, the Atlanta Hawks ended a three-game losing streak with a 112-97 win over the Dallas Mavericks on Monday. Teague shot 12-for-15 from the field, posting a season-best total for field goals made, and made a career-high five 3-pointers. Teague added eight assists and five rebounds. He came up two points short of his career best. Atlanta (28-22) swept the...
Turner Gets First NBA Start, Drops 20 On The Hawks Thursday NightINDIANAPOLIS -- After losing eight of their previous 12 games, the Indiana Pacers were well aware that their offense was becoming one-dimensional -- all perimeter, very little interior. Coach Frank Vogel decided Thursday night to give 6-foot-11 rookie Myles Turner his first career start, opening at power forward alongside 6-11 center Ian Mahinmi. The strategy worked to perfection when Turner contributed 20 points and six rebounds in a 111-92 victory against the Atlanta Hawks in Bankers Life Fieldhouse...

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