What The Deadrin Senat Pick Means For The Falcons

With the Falcons needing d-line help, they drafted Senat in the 3rd round. The biggest talk for the Falcons in this draft was helping the defensive line. When you lose players like Donatri Poe, you have to go out and replace him somehow. The Falcons didn't have a lot of cap space, so the draft was …

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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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Falcons sign DT Terrell McClain to a 1-yr deal

Former Redskins and Cowboys defensive tackle Terrell McClain decided that it was best to join the brotherhood Terrell McClain is coming off a down season after signing a 4-yr 21 million dollar deal with the Washington Redskins. During the draft it was evident that the Redskins were trying to replace him and add better fits …

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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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The Controversy with Kansas

It sounds like the opening line to a Rom-Com or a poor follow up title to the already poor Hangover Pt. 3. But if you’re an Atlanta United fan, it sounds like Wednesday’s match against Sporting Kansas City in a nutshell. “Let’s not talk about last night.”   Well, last night was Josef's early goal …

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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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2018 NBA Draft Prospect: Vincent Edwards

After a solid four years at Purdue, Vincent Edwards looks to take his talent to the NBA. Vincent Edwards is a 6-7 forward that spent his collegiate career at Purdue University, starting all four years being a very productive player for the Boilermakers throughout. Over his four years, Edwards averaged 11.9 points, 2.9 assists, and …

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2017-2018 Season Player Recap: Dewayne Dedmon

Hailing from the 2013 NBA draft, Dewayne Dedmon played a total of 62 games for the Atlanta Hawks this season and proved to be a great offensive weapon on the court. In those 62 games, Dedmon averaged 24.9 minutes of playing time, 10 PPG game, 52.4 Field Goal %, 35.5% 3-point %, 7.9 rebounds, 1.5 …

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