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Dominique Wilkins Monumenta...
We take a look back at Dominique Wilkins' 57-point performance vs Michael Jordan and the Bulls.
Dominique Wilkins Monumenta...
We give a quick video recap of the 1985 NBA Slam Dunk Contest that Dominique Wilkins won.
Highlighting Dominique Wilk...
We take a look back on some of Dominique's most memorable moments.
Hawks Owners, Players and F...
Current Hawks Owners, players and fans give thanks to Dominique Wilkins and congratulate him on h...
NBA Legends Congratulate Do...
Former NBA players talk about playing against Dominique and congratulate the Hall of Famer on his...
TNT Crew Talks Dominique St...
Ernie, Charles, Shaq and Kenny reflect on Dominique Wilkins as a player and a person.
GameTime: Dominique Wilkins...
NBA.com's Sekou Smith sits down with Hawks' legend Dominique Wilkins to get his thoughts on the u...
GameTime: Talking 'Nique
NBA.com's Sekou Smith joins in-studio to discuss the unveiling of the new statue honor of the leg...
Dominique's Statue Pose
Kristen Ledlow interviews Hawks fans to see if they can guess the pose of Dominique Wilkins' statue.
Nique vs. MJ
Isiah Thomas weighs in as Nique and MJ go head to head.
Fabulous Forwards: Dominiqu...
Dominique talks about his style, featured in Fabulous Forwards.
Dominique Wilkins Honorable...
Check out some of Niques' honorable mention dunks.
Larry vs. Dominique in a Cl...
Larry Bird and Dominique Wilkins go head to head in one of the greatest playoff duels to happen i...
Dominique Wilkins Interview
Atlanta Hawks legend Dominique Wilkins sits down with NBA.com's Sekou Smith.
Hawks Big Fourth Quarter
The Hawks explode for 32 points to come back against the Rockets.
Smith Hushes Crowd
Josh Smith says hello to fans in Atlanta after he hits 3-pointers in the second half.
Hawks Use Big 4th Quarter C...
The Hawks outscored the Rockets 32-15 in the 4th quarter to defeat Houston 104-96.
2014-15 Top Plays Week 17:...
Check out the best plays from your Atlanta Hawks in week 17 of the 2014-15 season.
Hawks Use Hot Start To Beat...
The Hawks outscored the Magic 28-16 in the 1st quarter on their way to a 95-88 win vs Orlando.
Social Media Minute - Hoops...
On this week's Hawks Social Media Minute we take a look at the Hawks Hoops and Hops event, the cr...
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So, if Kid ‘n Play had a love child…



Hello there, Cleveland Cavaliers. Welcome to Believeland!

It’s quite abstruse ((cough)) to glance at current Vegas lines and pundit prognostications suggesting the Cavaliers, from a town that hasn’t enjoyed a pro sports title since the first LBJ administration, is the odds-on favorite to win the NBA championship.

Particularly galling are the notions they’ll accomplish that feat against any of the entire field in the West. Never mind the host Atlanta Hawks, who lead the Cavs by 10.5 games in the East,...

 

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“What? But I was only trying to squash a fly!”



Ow! That’s gotta hurt!

The Houston Rockets suddenly have to face the top team in the NBA, the Atlanta Hawks, tonight at the Highlight Factory (7:30 PM Eastern, SportSouth, NBATV) without the services of MVP candidate and NBA-leading scorer James Harden for the first time all season.

That’s all because The Bearded One, while struggling for possession of a basketball, got just a little teste.

Specifically, Harden took a jab at the royal huckleberries of That Other King James, during Sunday’s two-point victory over visiting...

 
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Feb 28 2015 01:39 PM by lethalweapon3

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“Believe it or not, I’m walkin’ on air!”



For a moment, it was looking like the Atlanta Hawks’ hosts tonight, the Miami heat (7:30 PM Eastern, SportSouth, SUN Sports) may have produced The Big 3, ver. 2.0, right on time for a playoff run.

The reigning all-NBA third-teamer and Most Improved Player, Goran Dragic (16.2 PPG, 4.1 APG) finally tired of doing Little Jack Horner impressions in the corners, watching his summertime free agent value recede while getting crowded out of Phoenix’s multi-point-guard offense. He moped his way right out of the Valley of the Sun and into the Sunshine State, bringing his consonant brother Zoran along with him.

For the price of Norris Cole, Danny Granger, Justin Hamilton, Shawne Williams, and a pair of future...