2018 NBA Draft Prospect: Jontay Porter

Jontay Porter has the potential to be a top first round pick in this years draft. Porter is listed at 6'11 and can play either the small forward or power forward. Jontay went to Missouri to play with his older brother Michael Porter Jr, Unfortunately the duo wouldn't play together but ended up allowing Porter …

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Braves Recap a Wild Weekend

Game 1: Marlins Won 2-0 Nothing too good to write about the Braves here outside of the pitching. Wisler had a fairly good start allowing 2 over 5 1/3 innings and striking out 5. In a spot start you really can’t ask for much more. However, Dan straily pitched 7 seven scoreless for the Marlins …

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3 Things we Learned from Atlanta United’s 3-1 loss

Tonight, Atlanta United fell to the New York Red(f) Bulls 3-1 VAR still has some kinks to work out I am in strong favor of VAR and like it for all leagues but the rules need some changes. The rule states that it must be a clear and obvious error. Penso ignored that rule in …

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2018 NBA Draft Prospect: Dzanan Musa

Often regarded as the 2nd best European prospect in this draft. Musa wants to make his mark with a NBA Team this year.  Dzanan Musa is a 6'9 forward that spent this past season with Cedevita Zagreb of the Croatian league. Musa may not have the ceiling that Luka Doncic has but he shouldn't be looked …

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2018 NBA Draft Prospect Profile: Josh Okogie

Continuing our Draft Prospect series, I take a look at the hometown kid Josh Okogie! Josh Okogie is a relatively unknown prospect in the national scope of the NBA draft but if you live in Atlanta you know about the dynamic sophomore shooting guard. As a 3 star recruit coming out of high school (0 …

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Hawks Player Season Recap: Dennis Schroder

Just like Coach Bud, it appears Dennis Schroder is quitting on the Hawks.  All things considered, Dennis Schroder had a decent season. While falling short of what I personally expected coming into the season, he managed to lead the Hawks with a 19.4 PPG average. In my end of season team grades article, Dennis was …

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Looking Ahead to 2019

As we all know, the Braves have plenty of money to spend this offseason. I have been thinking about this and the many possibilities there are for the Braves. Among them came a rather intriguing idea. First, however, I want to start by figuring out the definites for next year. Current Payroll for 2019: Player …

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2018 Season Player Recap: Taurean Prince

Prince took the next step his second season. In his second season with the Hawks, Prince accomplished an impressive feat not many Hawks players can say they did. Prince started all 82 games this season while averaging 14.1 points with 4.7 rebounds and 2.6 assists. There were very high points for Prince this season along …

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ATL UTD 2/ Toronto FC II Match Recap

In a game where the goals didn’t seem to stop coming, it’s safe to say that my prediction for Wednesday’s match against Toronto FC II was just a bit off ( Coming Back Home) but I still picked the right team to win (Atlanta, of course). The difference between the actual end result and my …

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Breaking: Bucks hire Mike Budenholzer

Per ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, former Atlanta Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer has reached an agreement to become the new head coach of the Milwaukee Bucks. Budenholzer spent 5 seasons with the Hawks, compiling a record of 213-197. He won the Coach of the Year award for his work during the 2014-15 season. Budenholzer will join a …

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