The reigning National League Rookie of the Year has had an incredible second year so far. He has consistently held a batting average around .290, and has destroyed some baseballs along his way.
This All Star could become only the fifth player in MLB history to join the elusive 40-40 Club.
Atlanta's very own Trae Young and John Collins were invited to play in the Drew League in Los Angeles. Trae accepted the invite and showed up to play. Trae would play for the team BB4L. They matched up against Public Enemy, led by the Clippers' Montrez Harrell and the reigning
Atlanta moved up to the #4 pick in the draft in a trade with New Orleans. With that pick, the Hawks selected De'Andre Hunter, the 6'7" guard/forward out of Virginia. Hunter is most known for his outstanding defense.
Atlanta acquired their 10th overall pick in the draft night trade last year
The Atlanta Braves have signed free agent pitcher, Dallas Keuchel, to a one year, $13 million deal. Atlanta has been going after Keuchel for a few weeks now. It has been between them and the New York Yankees to see who would land him. The Braves won that duel and
With all of the build up leading to this year's NBA draft, I decided to put together my list of the best rookie seasons the Hawks franchise has ever seen. The Hawks have drafted many legends and hopefully, future legends.
#10 Josh Smith
Josh Smith was selected by Atlanta in the 1st
In the Summer of 2017, the Atlanta Hawks signed, center, Dewayne Dedmon to a two year, $14 million deal. That deal has now come to an end, but Atlanta has shown interest in resigning the 7'0" big man according to Shams Charania with The Athletic. If he was retained, it
Blake Griffin has just announced a trade request from the Detroit Pistons. The rumors have him landing on either the Oklahoma City Thunder or the Atlanta Hawks. The most common scenario for the Hawks have us sending Kent Bazemore, our number 8 pick, and our number 10 pick for this