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.”
ATLANTA — These are not the same Atlanta Hawks we grew accustomed to seeing in the regular season — both offensively and defensively.
ATLANTA- The last time the Hawks played the Wizards in the regular season, John Wall finished with a double-double. Unfortunately for Wall, that double-double included double figures in the turnover category.
If you were to browse through the list of NBA champions since 1980, you’d find that there is just one notable outlier to the rule that suggests title contenders need a superstar to win it all — the 2003-04 Pistons. While that Detroit team featured four players who were either already multi-time All-Stars or went on to become multi-time All-Stars later in their … More How do these Hawks stack up against the ’04 Pistons?
Well, it happened. The Eastern Conference coaches left Kyle Korver off the All Star team. The boss vented on Twitter. However, if things proceed as they should, Adam Silver can right the wrong and send four Hawks to represent the Eastern Conference in New York. On Thursday, Dwyane Wade told the media that he was “going … More All-Star: With Wade injured, Silver has choice between Korver and Knight
ATLANTA — It seems like ancient history now, but there was a point in time when it looked like Kyle Korver and the Atlanta Hawks were about to part ways. The NBA’s best shooter, who actually threw down a dunk last night — the 16th of his NBA career but his first in two years … More Eisenberg: Kyle Korver to Brooklyn was “in the bag” until Ferry’s vision lured him back to ATL
Jacob Eisenberg is still high on Dennis Schroder’s potential based on analytics from his rookie season…
In spite of a tumultuous summer within the organization, the Hawks look forward to unity in the locker room and on the court.
Jacob Eisenberg explains why the Hawks are succeeding and why they have yet to receive any national recognition…
Jacob Eisenberg reports on how the Atlanta Hawks figure to compensate for their lack of size with an abundance of speed.