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Life Imitates Tattoo Art: Hawks Forward Mike Scott Arrested on Drug Charges

6 hours agoSports : Vice: Sports

Miek Scott was arrested on drug charges, including possession of a whole lot of molly, 70 miles outside of Atlanta on Thursday.

Hawks forward Mike Scott arrested

Here’s the Atlanta Journal Constitution reporting on some legal trouble for Hawks reserve Mike Scott, who last season 7.8 points and 2.9 rebounds in 16.5 minutes per game: Hawks forward Mike Scott faces felony drug charges after he was arrested in Banks County on Thursday morning. Scott, who just completed his third season with the Hawks, was arrested along [...]

Mugshot Mania – Atlanta Hawks Player Busted For Drug Possession…

Atlanta Hawks player James Michael Scott aka ‘Mike Scott’ was arrested on drug possession charges yesterday (July 30, 2015). Scott was arrested in Banks County, Georgia along with his 20 year-old brother, Antonn Imhotep Scott after police pulled them over on a routine traffic stop. Show More Summary

Hawks’ Mike Scott Arrested on Felony Drug Charges

Atlanta Hawks forward Mike Scott was arrested Thursday morning; cops allege that the vehicle he was riding in failed to yield to officers on the highway in Banks County. Mike The post Hawks’ Mike Scott Arrested on Felony Drug Charges appeared first on SLAMonline.

Hawks' Mike Scott arrested ... as foreshadowed by his emoji tattoos

Atlanta Hawks forward Mike Scott was arrested Thursday morning after sheriff's deputies pulled over an SUV he was riding in and found 10.9 grams of MDNA, commonly known as Molly, and more than an ounce of marijuana. Scott has been charged with felony possession of marijuana and possession of a...

Hawks F Mike Scott arrested on drug charges in NE Georgia

Atlanta Hawks forward Mike Scott has been arrested on drug charges.

Mike Scott Arrested: Latest Details, Mugshot and More on Hawks Forward

Atlanta Hawks forward Mike Scott was arrested Thursday on felony drug charges, per Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Vivlamore added that marijuana and MDMA were the drugs found on Scott's person. Vivlamore reported...Show More Summary

Hawks' Mike Scott arrested on felony possession of MDMA and marijuana

Police reportedly found approximately 10.9 grams of MDMA and more than an ounce of marijuana in a vehicle being driven by Mike Scott's brother. Atlanta Hawks forward Mike Scott was arrested on Thursday morning and charged with felony...Show More Summary

Atlanta Hawks Player -- Arrested After High Speed Chase ... Weed and Molly Found

Atlanta Hawks forward Mike Scott was arrested in Georgia on Thursday -- after cops say he was a passenger in a high speed chase... in a car that was packed with drugs.  Cops say they tried to pull over a 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe for a routine…

The Week In Pop: Watch Us Whip Through The History Of Dance Crazes, From Chubby Checker To Silentó

Chances are you’ve watched Silentó Whip, watched him Nae Nae at some point this summer. Perhaps you’ve even Whipped, Nae Nae’d, or done the Stanky Legg yourself. The then-unknown Atlanta teenager born Ricky Hawke — which is a much better pop-star name than Silentó — uploaded “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae)” to SoundCloud back in January. […]

Kyle Korver Injury: Updates on Hawks Star's Recovery from Ankle, Elbow Surgery

Atlanta Hawks forward Kyle Korver continues to rehabilitate after requiring ankle and elbow surgeries this past June. He suffered the ankle injury in the Eastern Conference Finals, while he had surgery on his elbow to fix a lingering...Show More Summary

Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer pleads not guilty to DUI

Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer enjoyed great success on the court last season but had some trouble off it. Here’s the Atlanta Journal Constitution reporting the latest: Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer has entered a plea of not guilty in his driving under the influence case, according to his attorney. Budenholzer entered the plea in Fulton County State Court last week [...]

Mike Budenholzer Pleads Not Guilty to DUI Charge from 2013 Arrest

Atlanta Hawks head coach Mike Budenholzer reportedly pleaded not guilty to charges related to an August 2013 arrest ahead of a scheduled arraignment hearing on Wednesday. Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports the plea was filed with the court last week, which means Budenholzer won't need to attend the hearing. Show More Summary

NeNe Leakes -- I'm Taking Martha Stewart Down!!!

NeNe Leakes wants you to have a seat on her. We're told the freshly departed star of "Real Housewives of Atlanta" is getting into the lifestyle biz, designing and hawking furniture and home accessories.   She came up with the idea when she…

Hawks sign Lamar Patterson and Terran Petteway

The Atlanta Hawks have signed guard/forwards Lamar Patterson and Terran Petteway (tur-RAN PET-uh-way), it was announced today by President of Basketball Operations/Head Coach Mike Budenholzer. Both players competed for the Hawks in the...Show More Summary

Mavericks sign John Jenkins and Jarrid Famous

The Dallas Mavericks announced today that they have signed free agent guard John Jenkins and free agent forward Jarrid Famous. Jenkins (6-4, 215) joins the Mavericks after spending the past three seasons with the Atlanta Hawks where he was drafted with their first round pick (23rd overall) of the 2012 NBA Draft. In 98 career games [...]

The return of the Krog Masquerade — and concerns about closing key entrance to Cabbagetown and Reynoldstown

Last year, the Georgia Foundation for Public Spaces, the event organizer behind Atlanta's ubiquitous festivals where roving artists hawk their works, promised Atlanta a "sultry underground" soiree. Revelers who paid $40 could sip cocktails and mix with masked friends and strangers in the Krog Tunnel, the iconic graffiti-covered corridor linking Cabbagetown and Inman Park.…

The new Atlanta stadium is on track

On the same day that Mayor Kasim Reed held a press conference announcing that the new owners of the Atlanta Hawks will either renovate Philips Arena or relocate the team elsewhere, officials with the Falcons, the one team that’s absolutely committed to downtown Atlanta, led a tour of the $1.4 billion new stadium, now eleven months into construction.

The Hawks want a new arena, or at least a renovation of Philips Arena, which opened in 1999.

last weekSports : Deadspin

The Hawks want a new arena, or at least a renovation of Philips Arena, which opened in 1999. Don’t worry: Atlanta mayor Kasim Reed says he’s open to spending public funds.http://www.ajc.com/news/sports/ba... Read more...

Reed: Hawks interested in renovated Philips Arena, civic center site, or mystery property elsewhere in city

In late June, Tony Ressler, the new owner of the Atlanta Hawks said that the team had three options with Philips Arena. Basically, in the words of AJC columnist Mark Bradley: remodel, rebuild, or do nothing.…

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