The Atlanta Hawks open the preseason against the team they last saw in the Eastern Conference final.
Cops say NBA star Thabo Sefolosha “displayed a sense of entitlement” during his arrest in April.
So you've had the entire summer to think it over. Back in June, the Atlanta Hawks unveiled new uniforms ahead of their 2015-16 season.…
The trial commenced after Mr. Sefolosha, a forward for the Atlanta Hawks, refused a plea bargain and accused the police of wrongful arrest and brutality.
Even while emerging as one of the NBA's best teams, the Atlanta Hawks had a very glaring weakness.
Thabo Sefolosha stood along the baseline, a basketball under his right arm as he watched a drill on the first day of training camp for the Atlanta Hawks.
The Atlanta Hawks have signed forward Arsalan Kazemi (are-suh-lahn kah-ZEE-me) to a contract, it was announced today by President of Basketball Operations/Head Coach Mike Budenholzer. It’s presumably a non-guaranteed deal just for training camp. Kazemi became the first Iranian national to be drafted by an NBA franchise when he was selected in the second round [...]
Our 30 team previews begin with the Atlanta Hawks, who are expected to fade back to the back after a dream 60-win season. But how steep will that fade be? In order to properly consider every team before the 2015-16 NBA season begins, Paul Flannery and Tom Ziller are discussing each team separately in this Flanns and Zillz marathon. Show More Summary
The 60-win Hawks lost their starting small forward, but will try to compensate by beefing up their frontcourt. It's usually a cliche, but you really can split last year's Atlanta Hawks into two distinct teams. There was the deadly, hyper-efficient...Show More Summary
The rebranding in The A continues—the Atlanta Hawks revealed a new court design Thursday night. You've been asking. Here it is: pic.twitter.com/y0tIk9SM4d — Atlanta Hawks (@ATLHawks) September 24, 2015 The post Atlanta Hawks Unveil New Court Design appeared first on SLAMonline.
After winning 60 regular-season tilts and securing an Eastern Conference Finals appearance in 2014-15, the Atlanta Hawks have a very specific problem on their hands: Where do they go from here? Although they did lose DeMarre Carroll to the Toronto Raptors in free agency, the Hawks are still in a position of relevance. Show More Summary
The Atlanta Hawks haven't asked too much of Dennis Schroder since selecting him in the 2013 NBA draft. Having just turned 22 years old, he's been viewed more as a developmental project. The bar has been moderately set over his firstShow More Summary
Atlanta Hawks guard Kyle Korver, who is recovering from ankle surgery, has been cleared to practice when the team opens up training camp next week. Continue for updates. Korver 1 of 3 Hawks to Get Medical Clearance Monday, Sept. 21 Chris...Show More Summary
Atlanta Hawks swingman Thabo Sefolosha has been fully cleared to return from leg surgery as the team prepares for training camp. Continue for updates. Hawks Expect Thabo, Korver and Mack Back Monday, Sept. 21 Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta...Show More Summary
Better late than never? That must be the motto of the Atlanta Hawks PR department because on Friday — a full month after new of the Ashley Madison leak hit — the team decided to use the scandal to launch an ad campaign to sell its 10-game flex pass. LOL? Maybe? Anyone? If you thought Friday’s ad […]
"Your old team never has to know"
The Atlanta Hawks Basketball Club has announced several additions and promotions within the basketball operations department, it was announced today by President of Basketball Operations/Head Coach Mike Budenholzer. The Hawks have named...Show More Summary
The Atlanta Hawks have the zaniest social media presence among all NBA teams, and they’re now taking advantage of the Ashley Madison fiasco to sell a few extra game tickets The post Atlanta Hawks Using ‘Ashley Madison’ to Sell Tickets (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
Is this a good idea?
The real Ashley Madison wants you to start a new love affair with us: http://t.co/ojovM50l2a pic.twitter.com/oDRwikItjP — Atlanta Hawks (@ATLHawks) September 18, 2015 You're trying too hard, Hawks. If I cheat on my team, I know where I'm going. Mmm. (Photo: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports)