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Raptors vs. Hawks
DeMar DeRozan scores 27 points, Lou Williams adds 22 as the Raptors beat the Hawks 126-115.
Hawks Lose Shootout With Ra...
The Hawks gave up 52 bench points to the Raptors in a 126-115 loss to Toronto.
3DTV: Shooter's Paradise
Atlanta Hawk Kyle Korver joins Dennis Scott to discuss and demonstrate his shooting style.
Millsap Reverse Layup
Jeff Teague makes a nice pass to Paul Millsap who lands the reverse.
Social Media Minute - Thank...
Fans submitted questions for Thabo Sefolosha and he answered them on this Thanksgiving edition of...
Steal Of The Night - DeMarr...
DeMarre Carroll picks John Wall's pocket and takes it to the other end for the layup and the foul.
Hawks vs. Wizards
Jeff Teague records 28 points, Paul Millsap adds a double-double as the Hawks hold on to defeat t...
Hawks vs. Wizards
Jeff Teague records 28 points, Paul Millsap adds a double-double as the Hawks hold on to defeat t...
Hawks Start Tough Week With...
The Hawks know going into Washington and getting a win will be tough but they feel the keys are e...
2014-15 Top Plays Week 4: T...
Check out the best plays from your Atlanta Hawks in week 4 of the 2014-15 season.
Teague's 28 a season high
Jeff Teague scores a season-high 28 points in a Hawks win over the Pistons.
Pistons vs. Hawks
Jeff Teague scores a season-high 28 points as the Hawks recover after blowing a 19-point lead to...
Teague Leads Hawks Past Pis...
The Hawks outrebounded the Pistons in their 99-89 win vs Detroit.
Social Media Minute - Teagu...
This week's Social Media Minute looks at Jeff Teague's monster dunk, the Hawks Snapchat account a...
Horford Stuffs Former Mate
Al Horford rejects former Hawk Josh Smith at the rim.
Horford Buzzer-beater
Al Horford drops a buzzer-beater as time expires in the first half.
Celebrating Nique: Josh Smi...
Dominique Wilkins reminisces about Josh Smith wearing his throwback jersey and jamming his way to...
Hawks Know They Need To Hit...
The Hawks look to make it 11 wins in the last 12 games at home vs the Pistons when they take on D...
Hawks Honor Heroes On Veter...
Hawks players, coaches and cheerleaders teamed with soldiers from Fort Gordon to visit veterans a...
Cuttin Up With Mike Scott -...
In our 2nd episode of Cuttin Up Mike Scott talks about his previous haircuts and what we should e...
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“The Most Interesting Power Forward in the World.”


Who’s trippin’ on the Tryptophan more, the Atlanta Hawks or the visiting New Orleans Pelicans? We’ll find out on a cool Black Friday at the Highlight Factory (7:30 PM Eastern, SportSouth).

No matter the name, it’s always the same story for New Orleans. A decent team beset by injuries that would compete for a conference title if only they were more significantly situated east of the Mississippi. The Pellies are 2-1 versus Eastern teams, but a 5-5 Western Conference record in the Southwest Division have them in last place, lookin...

 

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“Hey, Danny! HOW DOES IT FEEL? …”


Atlanta Hawks fans, say hello to ATL’s Own and the reigning Eastern Conference Player of the Week… Sit down, Smoove, not you. I’m talking about Lou Williams!

This holiday season, Lou's giving thanks to Danny Ferry for sending him to a team that seems thrilled to have him around. After being traded in June, along with 2013 first-rounder Bebe Nogueira, roughly for the equivalent of chipped beef on toast, the Snellville Sniper has found a new pep in his step with tonight’s opponent, the first-place Toronto Raptors (7:30 PM Eastern, SportSouth, Sportsnet in Canada). Lou (36 points, 15-for-15 FTs) left LeBron James looking like Anthony Tolliver on defense, on his way to a 23.6 PPG, 10-for-...

 

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“Don’t hate! This is far easier than selling my sneaker line!”


Our Atlanta Hawks sit 4.5 games out of first place in the Eastern Conference, and their next two opponents, the Toronto Raptors and tonight’s opponent, the Washington Wizards (7:00 PM Eastern, SportSouth, CSN Washington) rule the roost. Owing to the collective mediocrity of the conference, Atlanta’s also just 4 games out of the next-to-last spot in the East. Coming off their final three-day rest period before the All-Star Break, in which direction will the Hawks move this week?

Under former Hawks forward and current Wizards coach Randy Wittman, Washington’s approach is essentially to dominate the scoring inside the perimeter. A league-high 66.3% of their points are two-pointers, and an...