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John Collins Named To NBA All-Rookie Second Team

ATLANTA -– Atlanta Hawks forward/center John Collins has been named to the NBA All-Rookie Second Team, it was announced today by the NBA. Collins is the first Hawk since Al Horford (2007-08) to be named...

Trivia: Notable #3 Overall Picks In NBA History

We have the 3rd overall pick in the 2018 Draft. Source link

Utah Jazz Summer League Announces Dates and Teams

ATLANTA, GA -- Now in its fourth year, the 2018 Utah Jazz Summer League presented by America First Credit Union, University of Utah Health and the Utah Sports Commission will be held on July...

Eight Important Quotes From Day One With Coach Pierce

Lloyd Pierce, on building relationships with players: This is a profession where if you don't have a relationship with players, it's not going to work. That's one of the first things that I was taught....

Leading the Atlanta Hawks Into the Future: Lloyd Pierce

The first time that Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers started an NFL game, his buddy and then-Cleveland Cavaliers player development specialist Lloyd Pierce sent him a text message of congratulations.  While Rodgers had played...

Hawks Reach Agreement in Principle With Lloyd Pierce To Become Team’s Head Coach

ATLANTA -– The Atlanta Hawks Basketball Club today reached an agreement in principle with Lloyd Pierce to become the team’s new head coach. Pierce will be the 13th full-time head coach in Hawks history....

Atlanta Hawks Request Waivers on Tyler Cavanaugh

ATLANTA, GA –- The Atlanta Hawks Basketball Club has requested waivers on forward Tyler Cavanaugh, it was announced today. Cavanaugh appeared in 39 games for the Hawks (one start) in 2017-18, averaging 4.7 points and...

Six Things to Know About Dewayne Dedmon’s 2017-18 Season

3) Dewayne, in his own words, on his 2017-18 season: "I feel like I showed a lot. It was definitely a good opportunity to come here. Like I told Bud, I appreciated him having faith...

Six Things to Know About Tyler Dorsey’s 2017-18 Season

Story by KL ChouinardTwitter: @KLChouinard 1) Tyler saved the best for last. By the time the month of April rolled around, Dorsey looked more like a player who had a season of NBA basketball under his...

Nine Things to Know About John Collins’ 2017-18 Season

4) John showed remarkable touch near the rim. Collins successfully finished 69.1 percent of his shots in the restricted area, a mark that ranked him among the NBA's best finishers.  5) John had one of...

2018 Draft Workouts

Monday, May 7th Terence Davis (Ole Miss) – Guard – 6-4, 201 Source link

Five Things to Know About DeAndre’ Bembry’s 2017-18 Season

1) DeAndre' bookended his season with spurts of strong play. In the season opening win over Dallas, Bembry contributed 6 points, 6 rebounds and some exceedingly good defense. Unfortunately, Bembry fractured his wrist in...

Five Things to Know About Damion Lee’s 2017-18 Season

1) Damion showed all kinds of versatility in his 15 games with the Hawks. Lee demonstrated that he could handle the ball, guard the opponent's best and biggest perimeter players, create his own offense...

Six Things to Know About Josh Magette’s 2017-18 Season

1) Josh made his NBA debut in the season opener at age 27, and he was always a careful steward of the basketball. In 216 minutes played, Magette had 57 assists, 8 steals and...

Five Things to Know About Andrew White III’s 2017-18 Season

1) Andrew had a huge NBA debut. The Hawks signed White III, who was playing for the Maine Red Claws of the G League, to a two-way contract on Jan. 15. He later made...

Six Things to Know About Tyler Cavanaugh’s 2017-18 Season

1) Tyler did a bit of everything. Cavanaugh averaged 4.7 points and 3.3 rebounds in 13.3 minutes per game for the Hawks.  To get a feel for his impact, consider his standing in some of the...

Six Things to Know About Mike Muscala’s 2017-18 Season

1) Mike set a number of career highs. Muscala set personal bests in points per game (7.6) and rebounds per game (4.3) this season. He also registered a pair of double doubles: 14 points...

10 Things to Know About Dennis Schröder’s 2017-18 Season

1) Dennis was an isolation maestro in 2017-18.   Schröder was one of the most efficient high-volume players in isolation situations this season, scoring 1.09 points per possession. Among the 47 players with 100 or more isolation...

Five Things to Know About Jaylen Morris’ 2017-18 Season

1) Jaylen played six games with the Hawks before injuring his ankle. By season's end, he said he was about a week or two from full health.  2) In his first two NBA games, Jaylen entered the...

Five Things to Know About Antonius Cleveland’s 2017-18 Season

Story by KL ChouinardTwitter: @KLChouinard 1) Antonius was recovering from left ankle surgery when he first signed with the Hawks this season. Cleveland made three NBA stops this season: He spent part of training camp with...

Six Things to Know About Malcolm Delaney’s 2017-18 Season

Story by KL ChouinardTwitter: @KLChouinard 1) Malcolm made winning plays, like defending pick-and-roll plays well. Delaney ranked among the NBA's best perimeter players, allowing just 0.76 points per possession when defending pick-and-roll ballhandlers. 2) Malcolm, on being a leader,...

Five Things to Know About Miles Plumlee’s 2017-18 Season

1) Miles protected the rim. Plumlee gave the Hawks another solid option at center in the paint, one who discouraged opponents from trying to score near the rim.   There were 86 players who played 50 or more...

Hawks Part Ways With Head Coach Mike Budenholzer

ATLANTA -– The Atlanta Hawks Basketball Club and Mike Budenholzer have mutually agreed to part ways, it was announced today.  Budenholzer was named Hawks head coach on May 28, 2013. In his five seasons with...

10 Things to Know About Kent Bazemore’s 2017-18 Season

  3) Kent was Mr. Career High. Bazemore set career highs in three-point percentage (.394) as well as in points per game (12.9), assists (3.5), steals (1.5), blocks (0.7), and threes made (2.7). 4) When the roster...

Six Things to Know About Isaiah Taylor’s 2017-18 Season

Story by KL ChouinardTwitter: @KLChouinard 1) Isaiah started the season as the third point guard on the roster. But Taylor's role increased as the season progressed. In the nine games that he started, Taylor averaged 13.2...

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