Long-time assistant Lloyd Pierce had big shoes to fill when he was hired as the new Atlanta Hawks' head coach, taking the place of a former coach of the year and current frontrunner for the same award in Mike Budenholzer.
Pierce's arrival came at a crossroads in Atlanta Hawks basketball. The
There's no debate anymore as to who will go number one overall in the 2019 draft: Duke forward Zion Williamson is sure to receive the honor no matter what franchise is blessed with the pick.
However, the second draft slot is where things get interesting, and is a pick that the
Since the all-star break, Trae Young is averaging over 25 points and around 8 assists per game, which, if extended for a whole season, would almost certainly warrant an all-star selection. This recent surge of unbelievable play from the Hawks rookie has led many Atlanta fans to voice their belief
Where does Atlanta rank among the best rebuilding situations in the NBA?
Since the Philadelphia 76ers began intentionally sitting healthy players and dumping as much veteran talent as possible in an effort to obtain a higher draft pick, "tanking" has become a popular venture for NBA franchises who are tired of
No, the Hawks won't sign Kevin Durant. However, this year's free agency will still have major implications for the future in Atlanta.
At the end of January, the New York Knicks traded away their future in the form of 7'3" forward Kristaps Porzingis, one of Phil Jackson’s few successful draft picks
As the NBA season is just days away from the all-star break, many fans look at this time as an opportunity to reflect on what has already occurred throughout the year and what to look forward to throughout its remainder.
With that in mind, let's take a look at what awards
It isn't often that a player the likes of Anthony Davis comes around. The man is a physical freak of nature-6'10", 36-inch vertical leap, and lightning-like quickness. For part of his high school career, he played point guard before an incredible growth spurt shot him to his current height, so