Joe Ingles / 27 Years Old / Restricted Free Agent this Summer (Jazz extended $1.05 million Qualifying Offer in June) / Undrafted / 6-foot-9 with shoes / 216 pounds / 6-foot-10 wingspan / Agent: Bradley Ames Joe Ingles: A Story of Two Seasons After a slow start to his NBA career, trying to work his… More Joe Ingles’ Analytical Scouting Report
Kyle O’Quinn / 24 Years Old / Restricted Free Agent this summer / 49th overall pick in 2012 / 6-foot-10 with shoes / 250 pounds / 7-foot-4 wingspan
Aron Baynes / 28 Years Old / Unrestricted Free Agent this summer (signed one-year, $2.1 million contract last summer)/ Undrafted in 2009 / 7-feet tall with shoes / 259 pounds / 7-foot-2 wingspan / Agent: Marc Fleisher
When we discuss the reasons for the Atlanta Hawks’ success this season, we tend to speak in generalities. “They bought into the system.” “They play so unselfishly.” “They move the ball well.”
A visibly drained Jimmy Butler got off the team bus and walked through the tunnels of American Airlines Arena feeling under the weather. As he entered the locker room on December 14 in Miami, the 25-year-old swingman showed the exhausted demeanor of a player who’s led the NBA in minutes played and miles travelled per game since October of 2013. His… More The Secret Behind Jimmy Butler’s Evolution (With Film Breakdown)
How do you measure the value of a bad shot that wasn’t taken? In the NBA, where flash outweighs substance to the common fan, it’s proven to be an exceedingly difficult proposition. And that’s the easiest way to explain why Andre Roberson of the Oklahoma City Thunder has struggled to find consistent minutes on the most star-studded team… More Eisenberg: Andre Roberson is Oklahoma City’s X-Factor. Yes, Really
Pero Antic lacks the look of a LeBron-stopper, but he may be Atlanta’s last hope in the Eastern Conference finals…
ATLANTA — These are not the same Atlanta Hawks we grew accustomed to seeing in the regular season — both offensively and defensively.
ATLANTA — In a game when J.R. Smith stole the momentum away from the Atlanta Hawks and slowly quieted the Phillips Arena crowd, it was a potentially devastating injury to Hawks wing DeMarre Carroll that silenced the crowd altogether and may have been the biggest story of the night.
ATLANTA — With less than two minutes left in the third quarter, Washington forward Drew Gooden hit a baseline jumper to put the Wizards and Hawks in a 73-73 deadlock. It marked the sixth time in eight postseason games that Atlanta had blown a double-digit lead, and the once-jovial Philips Arena crowd let out a collective groan. “Here we… More Eisenberg: Hawks’ bench sparks win in Game 2 vs. Wizards