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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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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The Hawks will Pick 3rd in Next Month’s Draft

The 2018 Draft Lottery was friendly to the Atlanta Hawks. Atlanta will pick 3rd in the 2018 NBA Draft after moving up in the Draft Lottery. The Hawks found themselves in the draft lottery for the first time since 2007. That year the Hawks jumped from the 4th position to 3rd where they selected Al …

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2018 Season Player Recap: Kent Bazemore

Kent Bazemore had his most successful season as an Atlanta Hawk since signing his new contract. Coming into the season, Bazemore needed to prove he was worth his contract after having a down year in 2016-2017. He certainly stepped up to the challenge; being the veteran in the locker room filled with 2nd year players …

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This is why the Hawks Rebuilt

LeBron James just sent a harsh reminder to the rest of the Eastern Conference In case you haven't heard, LeBron James is pretty good at basketball. His most recent reminder of this came in a four-game sweep of the Toronto Raptors. Yes, the same Toronto Raptors group that was coming off of a franchise record …

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Hawks player season recap: John Collins

To put it lightly, it was a very encouraging rookie year for Hawks' first round draft pick John Collins. Collins, the 6′ 10″ power forward/center out of Wake Forest, displayed his freakish athleticism and post scoring ability throughout his first year in Atlanta and looks to be one of the future cornerstones of the Hawks' …

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2018 NBA Draft Prospect: Troy Brown

    Troy Brown is a 6-7 forward with a listed wingspan of 6-11 that played one year of collegiate ball at the University of Oregon. In his freshman year, Brown averaged 11.3 points, 3.2 assists, 6.2 rebounds, and 1.6 steals per game. He was able to finish the season with a 44.4% field goal …

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