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Bobcats vs. Hawks
Chris Douglas-Roberts sinks a short jumper as time expired, and the Bobcats overcome a 15-point d...
Hawks Lose At Buzzer
The Hawks lost to the Bobcats 95-93 on a last second shot by Chris Douglas-Roberts.
Thank You Fans
Head Coach Mike Budenholzer, Elton Brand and Pero Antic all thank the fans after playing their fi...
Lou Gets Fancy
Louis Williams dishes behind-the-back to Mike Scott who drives for the layup.
Lou to the Hole
Louis Williams drives and hits the floater as he gets fouled.
Four-Point Play
Cartier Martin gets fouled by Michael Kidd-Gilchrist as he knocks down the 3-pointer.
1-on-1 With Steve Koonin
Jessica Taylor sat down with the new CEO of the Hawks, Steve Koonin, to talk about how excited he...
Week 24 Top Plays of the 20...
Check out the top plays from your Atlanta Hawks in week 24 of the 2013-2014 season.
Preparing for Playoffs
Paul Millsap and Elton Brand talk about how the team is preparing for playoffs and what kind of m...
Hawks Preview Bobcats
Elton Brand and Paul Millsap talk about the keys to tonight's game against the Bobcats.
Paul Millsap's Plays Of The...
Check out Paul Millsap's top plays from the 2013-14 NBA season.
Arena Link: Jeff Teague
Hawks guard Jeff Teague joins GameTime to talk about the Hawks win over the champion Miami Heat,...
Heat vs. Hawks
Jeff Teague scores 25 points with Louis Williams adding 23 points as the Hawks top the Heat 98-85...
Hawks Defeat Heat
The Hawks got 18 points from Lou Williams in the 4th quarter to beat the Heat 98-85.
Hawks Clinch Playoff Berth
The Hawks clinched a playoff spot for the 7th straight season after defeating the Heat 98-85.
Hustlin' Hawks
DeMarre Carroll gets the steal and finds Mike Scott in transition for the double-pump jam on the...
Hoop And The Harm
Louis Williams drives, takes the contact from Ray Allen, and still manages to hit the runner.
Rondo Impression
DeMarre Carroll feeds Jeff Teague who fakes the pass using Rajon Rondo's signature move then lays...
Hip Hop Night Player Intros
The Hawks got a little help from Doug E. Fresh and Biz Markie for our player introductions.
Just Won't Quit
Jeff Teague drives splitting three Heat defenders and gets the roll on the fast break layup and d...
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He goes hard in the... yeah, you know. "Cover the Earth!"

 
Surely you remember that hapless kid, back in the day, who was a pushover patsy in the sandlot and a boundless source for extra lunch money? What’s that? “Sounds like a personal problem,” you say? Fine then, never mind.
 
But you do recall those Charlotte Bobcats, don’t you? The ones formerly led by Meddling Michael in the player personnel office? The guys that took Sean May and Adam Morrison in the lottery? The team that finally clawed their way into the playoffs, then promptly undertook a fire sale the next season? The team that drafted Tobias Harris, then traded him, and their leading scorer, for Bismack Bi...

 
Hawks - HEAT Game Preview
Apr 12 2014 12:17 PM by lethalweapon3

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“If you like your jersey, you can keep it.”

 
Playoff positioning is on the line once again at the Highlight Factory, this time for both teams on the floor. The Atlanta Hawks can cement their claim on the final playoff spot in the East, and maybe build some momentum against a first-round opponent, with another victory at Philips Arena against the Miami HEAT (7:30 PM Eastern, SportSouth, SUN Sports Network).
 
It’s Hip Hop Night and already, the HEAT got what the Hawks need. Miami (54-25) traded places at the top of the conference with a victory back...

 
Hawks - Nets Game Preview
Apr 11 2014 05:20 PM by lethalweapon3

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This game was supposed to mean so much more! *sniff*
 
It would have been so awesome if it were tonight’s hosts for the Atlanta Hawks, the Brooklyn Nets (7:30 PM Eastern, SportSouth, YES Network), and not just Brooklyn’s division foes across the East River, playing for their postseason lives. Alas, while the New York Knicks continued to sputter all season long, the Nets (43-35) bounced back strongly from internal strife and a season-ending injury to Brook Lopez to post the best record in the Eastern Conference (33-14) since January 1.
 
Atlanta has a couple opportunities this weekend to build confidence as a probable 8th seed. First, they could double their road record versus winning teams (1-21, the sole win in their la...