First Slate Of Games Will Tell Us Everything About The Hawks

Blame it all on the Hawks. They wanted to be extra. They wanted something the fans would be excited about. They wanted a new practice facility and a revamped arena. The Hawks are paying for it too, out of their pockets and in their first five games of the season. The Hawks start their season …

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Hawks Break Camp, Focus Turns Toward Preseason Games

Training camp has come and gone. The Hawks finished their training camp with their final practice this afternoon at the University of Georgia's Stegman Coliseum Practice Facility. As they bid Athens adieu, the Hawks must now turn their focus to games. Yes, people there are games to be played. The Hawks open their preseason Sunday …

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The Sports’ World Unites, Hawks React

This week’s Sports Illustrated cover reads ‘A Nation Divided, Sports United.’ In the current climate following President Donald Trump’s comments that rebutted the continued protests to the social injustices that plague the United States of America, the cover perfectly captures the picture of what is American sports today. This past week the sports world made …

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Rookie John Collins Adjusting to NBA at Hawks’ Training Camp

Atlanta Hawks’ rookie forward John Collins learned at an early age that, if he was going to get on the court, he had to compete harder than the other players. Before Collins had grown to 6 feet 10 inches tall and possessed the skill set that enticed the Hawks to select him with the 19th …

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