Hawks players not fans of the Cavs' celebrations in Game 2

The Atlanta Hawks couldn’t do anything to stop what the Cleveland Cavaliers threw their way during Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals on Wednesday. Trailing 74-38 at the half, Atlanta saw Cleveland nail a ridiculous 17 three-pointers before intermission en route to breaking the single-game NBA record with 25. At the end of the night, the Hawks found themselves in a 2...
Via Sportsnaut
1 hour ago  |  Discuss

Hawks look for answers after getting embarrassed by Cavs

ATLANTA (AP) Thoroughly embarrassed by Cleveland's record-setting performance, the Atlanta Hawks spent part of Thursday watching film from their Game 2 debacle. Not the whole game, mind you. No need to relive that nightmare. ''We watched parts of the tape,'' coach Mike Budenholzer said Thursday, still sounding a bit shell-shocked. ''To watch all of it was probably not needed...
Via Associated Press
2 hours ago  |  Discuss

Tyronn Lue hits back at Charles Barkley over comments

Charles Barkley is facing some serious backlash for his comments Thursday night in which he advocated that the Atlanta Hawks get violent to take the Cleveland Cavaliers out of their comfort zone amidst a 3-point parade. Cavs coach Tyronn Lue was the latest to chime in on Thursday, criticizing Barkley for his remarks. “I don’t think there’s any place in our game to take someone...
Via Larry Brown Sports
2 hours ago  |  Discuss

Soles of Atlanta: Paul Millsap

A look at Paul Millsap's sneaker history. Paul Millsap first signed with the Utah Jazz in 2006, and has been a major player for the Hawks since 2013. Millsap is a Nike athlete and, aside from wearing Adidas for his rookie season, has been playing in the swoosh for the majority of his career.  Millsap wore a variety of sneakers with the Jazz, but has worn the NIKE RUN THE ONE...
Via Peachtree Hoops
5 hours ago

The Hawks know all too well: For the second straight year, Game 82 mattered a lot

For the second straight playoff season, the Atlanta Hawks are finding out how miserable an experience it is to face the Cleveland Cavaliers. David Blatt’s defense last year, Tyronn Lue’s offense this year – it doesn’t matter. An elite Kyle Korver last year, a mediocre version this year – it hasn’t made a dime’s worth of difference. A 60-win team or a 48-win team ...
Via Crossover Chronicles
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LeBron sidesteps question about reported ties to ‘Space Jam 2’

LeBron James evaded a question regarding how he reportedly will star in “Space Jam 2” by indicating he won’t allow his supposed involvement in any projects away from the court distract him from leading the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Playoffs. LeBron James answers those rumors about Space Jam 2https://t.co/H3d2CeK8Qx — FOX Sports Ohio (@FOXSportsOH) May 4, 2016 ...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
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Hawks players say Cavs' 3-point barrage was unprofessional

The Cleveland Cavaliers drained an unthinkable 25 threes—a new NBA record—in their blowout Game 2 victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday night. The Cavs made 18 of those threes in the first two quarters—another NBA record—and held an insurmountable 36-point halftime lead. But instead of taking its foot off the gas, Cleveland continued to jack up outside...
Via Fox Sports
8 hours ago  |  Discuss

Hawks left to pick up the pieces following Game 2 blowout

The Atlanta Hawks' season hangs in the balance following Game 2's blowout loss. There are lopsided losses and then there is what happened to the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday night. Cleveland left very little to analyze after they delivered a 123-98 beatdown in Game 2. Don't let that 25 point margin of victory fool you. This game was never that close. The Hawks actually started well...
Via Peachtree Hoops
11 hours ago

Atlanta Hawks “Crying Jordan” themselves as Cavs set NBA 3-point record

The Cleveland Cavaliers were hitting three-pointers like they were on fire in NBA Jam Wednesday night in Game 2 of their second-round matchup against the Atlanta Hawks. When the carnage was done, the Cavs sunk 25 three-point shots through what Ted Cruz would call a basketball ring, setting a new NBA record for three-pointers made in a game and winning 123-98. But at least the Hawks...
Via The Comeback
18 hours ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Hawks hit 11 threes vs. Cavs

It may not have been 25, but we had a pretty good shooting night from three in Game 2 as well.
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18 hours ago  |  Discuss

Mo Williams bounces ball off Mike Muscala’s face, Iman Shumpert drains three after catching it (video)

The Cleveland Cavaliers destroyed the Atlanta Hawks Wednesday night in a route no better defined than a wacky play in the game’s fourth quarter. Long story short, Mo Williams went to make a pass to somebody not named Iman Shumpert, Mike Muscala’s face face happened to get in the way and Shumpert caught the ricochet NBA JAM style and drained the shot from deep. Again the perfect...
Via The Sports Daily
19 hours ago  |  Discuss

Charles Barkley responds to tweet from Charles Oakley

Charles Oakley hates Charles Barkley. This much was apparent as the Cleveland Cavaliers went up 2-0 against the Atlanta Hawks Wednesday night, breaking records for shots from deep made in the process. Oakley didn’t take kindly to what Barkley had to say and blasted the TNT personality on Twitter: Charles Barkley ,you better stop talking s*** about Cleveland you was never tough...
Via The Sports Daily
19 hours ago  |  Discuss

Hawks troll themselves using Crying Jordan meme after Cavs' barrage

To say it was a lopsided first half would be an understatement for the Atlanta Hawks. The Cavs rained threes from virtually everywhere before halftime Wednesday, nailing an NBA-record 18 treys on their way to a 74-38 cushion.The league could have canceled the second half after that kind of performance. It looks like the Hawks' Twitter account also knew it was over.It looks like the...
Via Fox Sports
20 hours ago  |  Discuss

Hawks get blown out after a record 3-point shooting night from the Cavaliers, 123-98

It's hard to beat a team when they're that hot. The Atlanta Hawks fell to a scorching hot Cleveland Cavaliers team, who had the greatest display of 3-point shooting in an NBA game, by a final score of 123-98. The game got off to a seemingly good start for the Hawks. There was a clear emphasis on getting Kyle Korver shots, who had two quick ones, knocking down one early. The Hawks...
Via Peachtree Hoops
20 hours ago

Hawks Twitter account jokes about near-record halftime deficit

The Atlanta Hawks put up a miserable performance in the first half of their playoff game against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Wednesday, finding themselves trailing 74-38 by the time it reached the half. With pretty much nothing to analyze as it relates to the team’s first-half performance, Atlanta’s official Twitter account sent this out at the half: Halftime pic.twitter.com...
Via Sportsnaut
21 hours ago  |  Discuss

Atlanta Hawks’ Twitter keeps it funny during blowout

The Atlanta Hawks were absolutely obliterated by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the first half of Game 2 of their Eastern Conference semifinals playoff series on Wednesday, leaving their social media team very little to work with. That said, the Hawks’ Twitter account sure made lemonade out of some rotten lemons. Early on in the game, they kept it light and friendly with this tweet...
Via Larry Brown Sports
21 hours ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: May The 4th Be With The Hawks

May the 4th be with us as we face the Cleveland Cavaliers!
Via YouTube
1 day ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Hawks open semis with beautiful play vs. Cavs

Kyle Korver sets a backscreen for Kent Bazemore, who gets a layup to open Atlanta's scoring.
Via YouTube
1 day ago  |  Discuss

4 Things to Watch in Game 2 Between the Cavs and Hawks

While Star Wars fans are celebrating Star Wars Day (May the Fourth Be With You), NBA fans have Game 2 of the Hawks-Cavaliers series to watch Wednesday night. After blowing an 18-point lead, the Cavs recovered in the 4th quarter to take Game 1, 104-93. The Hawks were impressive during their runs, challenging the Cavs to increase their intensity during the second half. Here are...
Via Stack
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Atlanta Hawks-Cleveland Cavaliers game 1 instant analysis

  The Atlanta Hawks and Cleveland Cavaliers began their Eastern Conference Semifinals showdown this evening, with the Cavaliers pulling away in the final minutes, 104-93. Behind a raucous Quickens Loan Arena crowd, the Cavs held the Hawks to just two made field goals in the last 6:28 of the final quarter after Atlanta stormed back from an 18 point deficit. The Cavs drained 15 3...
Via isportsweb.com
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Hawks-Celtics is a fun series, but Mike Budenholzer needs to win it

The loser of the Boston Celtics-Atlanta Hawks first-round series was always going to face an unpleasant offseason, but Mike Budenholzer is now in a position where failure could sting even more than previously imagined. Playoff series acquire a given appearance on paper, but as soon as Game 1 unfolds, the context can — and often does — shift. The most relevant shift in Celtics...
Via Crossover Chronicles
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Celtics’ Marcus Smart had a flop for the ages in Game 3 vs Hawks

Marcus Smart has long been known for flopping. So much so that opposing college fan bases used to collectively flop to mock him when he played at Oklahoma State: Now, Smart’s taking his flopping to new levels, at the highest of basketball levels: The NBA Playoffs. In the fourth quarter of Celtics-Hawks Game 3 on Friday night at TD Garden, Smart barely made contact with Atlanta’s...
Via The Comeback
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Marcus Smart flops ridiculously in win over Hawks

The Boston Celtics beat the Atlanta Hawks in game three on Friday night to pull to within 2-1 in the series. Throughout the game the Celtics played with a lot of heart and effort but this flop by Smart is ridiculous….. Either Kyle Korver has superhuman strength or Marcus Smart just enjoys trying to injure himself.
Via Crossover Chronicles
12 days ago  |  Discuss

The Atlanta Hawks' Defensive Approach Has Boston On Its Heels

As the series shifts to Boston with the Celtics down 0-2, it's hard for anyone in green to be optimistic. This series has gone from bad to worse, as a tough Game 1 loss quickly became the loss of two key players and one of the worst performances of the year in Game 2. For a team that has been mostly healthy this season, it seems as if the luck of the Irish is not on their side this...
Via The Sports Quotient
13 days ago  |  Discuss

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