HoopsHype Atlanta Hawks twitter
DeMarre's bucket makes him the TWELFTH Hawk to score tonight. Our lead is 56-37.
My bad Jenkins not Korver... makes his presence known with a three.
Chicago rims got no love for Horford.
Carroll took advantage of McBuckets to get open for that baseline J
Big lineup in to start 3rd, Horford Antic (who just hit a three) Carroll, Korver and Schröder
Once again these minutes for Hawks reserves are coming against heavy minutes from opposing starters, all of whom have played 14-16 minutes.
Muscala has 2 PTS 3 REB 2 AST in 6 MIN; Payne 4 PTS 1 REB 6 MIN; Baze 2 PTS 2 REB 7 MIN; Schröder 2 PTS 3 REB 3 AST 14 MIN 0 TO 1-for-6 FG
In that piece said 11 Hawks are proven rotation players and 4 are question marks: Muscala, Schröder, Jenkins and Payne. So far this game...
Hawks shot 1-for-6 over the last 3:11 of the Half. Thirteen players have played between six and 15 minutes.
Defense rules the half as we take a 42-32 lead into the break!
Derrick Rose in transition...nearly unstoppable. Chicago closing the half strong. Our lead is down to 10.
Hawks with only one field goal in the last three minutes, letting the Bulls close the gap on a 7-2 run.
The Chicago Bulls have 24 points with 2:43 to play in the HALF.
Three first half triples for Kyle. Bulls fans who remember him doing that in this building be like... http://t.co/tp0ofoqgnh
Muscala with a nice seal of the baseline on Mirotic.
Thabo in for the first time. Watch this guy.
Bucket by Al is his first to go with 5 boards in nine minutes.
Budenholzer is toying with my emotions playing Bazemore for four minutes.
But hey it's too bad our bench is shallow.
Can we pause for a moment and reflect upon Mike Budenholzer's defense?
Pero hits a three, and the Bulls want to talk just 33 seconds into the quarter.
Offensive rebounds: Us: 5 Them: 0
We're up 20-15 after a quarter. Seven birds on the board for us, led by Mike Scott's 5.
Also wish we would have seen more of that guy.
Elton Brand is EVERYWHERE!
Don't think I've seen Brand make a jumper since 2009.
Love Schröder and Scott starting. Bud continues to force feed minutes to his reserves in preseason.
A few instances of college teammates Al Horford & Joakim Noah guarding each other early. 9-7 Chicago at the first timeout.
Everything's short for Al.
Stacey King was giving the Hawks some props, saying it's a top-5 team in the east... then he mentioned coach Budenhowzer.
A couple of Creighton alums (Korver & McDermott) matched up on each other to start the game.
As usual, a huge ovation for Kyle upon being introduced here in Chicago.
NBA announces rule changes tweaking instant replay - including determining criteria for flagrant foul.
I'm invoking the mercy rule. The sixers hereby forfeit all 82 games to spare our eyes.
Broadcast schedule for tonight:
I always thought if NBA shortened the game it would center on 40 minutes. Don't understand all the outrage
I see a lot of quotes from Van Gundy in that article talking about Josh not shooting 3's. I don't see any from Josh
Yeah good luck with that
Getting paid to think.. Go you!
I don't care what level of ball you played ... everyone has that one "inferior" guy who could get off on them at will.
You get hurt carrying travel bags? Done son. Nothing left but to cash those last checks and get ready for retirement
Tough seeing Hall of Famers limp down the stretch to end their careers. Steve Nash just the latest victim added to the list.
As time goes on Isiah Thomas' legacy gets less and less respect. Dude was certified. One of my favorites ever.
Open Court on NBA TV is easily my favorite hoops program right now. Guys who played the game talking shop. The stories. Memories. Etc.
I wouldn't be mad at C-Webb. He knows a hell of a lot more about basketball than Dominique.
The Lou Williams trade may have had to do with clearing cap room for a max offer to Greg Monroe.
Hawks are possibly the deepest team in the NBA besides the Spurs.
LeBron takes credit for recruiting Larry Hughes, aka why he never won a title with Cleveland.
Lots of talking about the NBA's experimentation with 11-minute quarters. What do you think? Good idea? http://t.co/R51NiPNurK
Replay center not keeping it moving
Landon Donovan for USSF President 2018.
I'll say it again. European soccer, as typified by Klinsmann, is scared sh**less of MLS. When cap goes up guess where European players going
Comparison between NBA eras is a useless exercise anyway. Shortening the season by 7.45 games, which 11-minute quarters would do, helps NBA.
Agree with Randy Wittman that shortening games by 4 mins would hurt comparison between eras. But what's more important?
It's time to face facts. Bradley is who he is at Roma or Toronto FC. He will never have the composure of a Landon Donovan.
It's possible too much was asked of Bradley in WC precisely because he played for Roma. Bradley has been unreliable in consecutive WC's.
..."but getting dominated by eventual world champion Germany and Belgium in Brazil doesn't bode well for that hope." Wait, what?
Keep in mind that you can't get rid of Klinsmann without getting rid of Sunil Gulati. The two are joined at the hip.
Unless you're Klinsmann and your real interest lies in diverting talent to Europe.