The Growth of Dennis Schröder

The iconic blonde streak in his hair, the numerous hashtags on his Instagram posts, the German accent that surprises everyone the first time they hear it, and the great natural ability to drive to the basket are the first things people think of when they think of Dennis Schröder. Schröder rose to fame in Germany through … Continue reading The Growth of Dennis Schröder

The Prince of Philips

Taurean Waller-Prince was drafted 12th overall in the 2016 NBA Draft by the Atlanta Hawks. The Hawks acquired the lottery pick from the Utah Jazz via a three team trade that also involved the Hawks sending Jeff Teague to the Pacers and the Pacers sending George Hill to the Jazz. Prince first claimed the spotlight with … Continue reading The Prince of Philips

The 70 Million Dollar Man in Atlanta

On July 7th, 2016, Kent Bazemore signed a 4-year, $70 million contract for the Atlanta Hawks. It was a feel good moment for both the franchise and the player, as Bazemore was simply an undrafted bench hype man and role-player that bounced around the league before coming into his own for the Hawks. Since the … Continue reading The 70 Million Dollar Man in Atlanta

Looking at the Hawks’ Future with Paul Millsap

Currently, the Hawks sit at 31-23 with the 5th seed in the Eastern Conference. They are 5-5 in their last 10 games, and often noted to be streaky rather than consistent. In all likelihood, we'll see the Hawks make the playoffs again, but fail to make any real noise in the postseason when they run … Continue reading Looking at the Hawks’ Future with Paul Millsap

What Super Bowl 51 means to the Atlanta Fan

In 1968, the St. Louis Hawks moved to Atlanta. Since then, stars such as Pete Maravich, Dominique Wilkins, Dikembe Mutombo, Joe Johnson, and Al Horford have suited up for Atlanta. Yet, the Hawks have never advanced to the NBA finals since their arrival in Atlanta. Recently, the Hawks have been swept in back to back … Continue reading What Super Bowl 51 means to the Atlanta Fan

Evaluating Dwight Howard halfway through the Hawks Season

Note: This article was written prior to the January 18th Game @ Detroit.  After the Atlanta Hawks were once again swept by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2016 Eastern Conference Semifinals, rebounding was identified as a major issue that held the team back. Former Hawks Center Al Horford did not grab a single offensive board … Continue reading Evaluating Dwight Howard halfway through the Hawks Season