“Obviously, it’s something I know,” Muscala said …

“Obviously, it’s something I know,” Muscala said of the Hawks’ need to trim a returning player barring a trade. “I understand it. All I can really do is work on my game and see what happens. I love the Hawks. I love the organization. As for who will be on the 15-man roster, I can’t say. It’s out of my control. A lot of people ask me about it but it’s out of my control. I keep working. I’ve learned through the years that if you do that, you make it hard on yourself. I’ve had to battle through non-guaranteed contracts. I came on a partially guaranteed two years ago. I battled through that. If I were to think I have to do this and this to stay on the team, it’s not that mindset. It’s make the right play and do good today in practice and it will figure itself out.”
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The seven-time All-Star told his former teammate that he had unfinished business in Brooklyn and wanted to return to finish the job he wasn’t able to after suffering an irregular heartbeat against the Lakers. “I think it’s important to see the conviction,” Marks said. “And it’s not conviction made without really doing your due diligence.”
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