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Quite possibly the last person to the party but gah, Hamilton is amazing pic.twitter.com/mTWDHoQI1L
Finesse me, just know what come with that
What goes around comes around....
Young man clearly caught up in the moment. Good luck to him. Not advice I would give my prodigy
If you drop food on the floor yo dog deserves to eat it. Don’t trip
Jizzle up to something.
Need to get my first SNKRS W of the year tomorrow for these Space Hippies 🙏🙏🙏
ATL has 5 free agents and Vince Carter. Not sure how the league would handle the players who choose to sit out for the Delete 8 teams
Also, what would the incentive be for players? I can’t see them being excited to play for the No. 1 pick. That’s someone who could take their job
That slow grind
Stay in ya lane, it’s less traffic! & turn all snakes into roadkill.
To be clear, this testing pool does not include the Hawks, since they are not part of the Orlando restart. pic.twitter.com/efQmcQfW3D
Some people think this 💩 easy...
My next move better than my last move... 💯
Part of my conversation with @Sam Vecenie. We had a further discussion about his rookie scale piece on the Hawks. Part 1 focuses mainly on Trae Young.
What Sam said below is critical for ATL's future.
Free trial and the full conversation in the link
Instead of setting off fireworks in three days, get those little buggers out now and celebrate that 2020 is half over.
Anybody know some professional movers?
No matter how young or old you die, life is still short
ICYMI, I set out to rank Trae Young's Top 5 passes of the 2019-20 season.
Ended up adding two honorable mentions and fifth place was a tie, because the list was too hard to narrow down.
Let me know if you agree with the No. 1 spot!
It's Hawks mailbag time! ✉️
Ask me questions and I'll answer them in an upcoming story. I feel like talking about the draft, so someone ask about that too please.
feels so nice to be watching sports again 😍 pic.twitter.com/NzJozKbbZV
Miss You Momma🤍🕊
I love You Queen 💕
What are the best flavors of La Croix?
(Trying to drink more water, less wine these days 😬)
Quarantine hoops 😈😂 pic.twitter.com/I7R7zZq3yI
I tried my best to rank some of Trae Young's best passes of the 2019-2020 season.
Obviously, since he averages 9.3 assists per game, it's easy to miss a few good ones 😂 But I settled on this list.
Let me know what you think!
OKLAHOMA VOTE DAY!!! Go Vote!!!
“Klutch is a black-owned company ran by one of the most powerful black men in sports in Rich Paul. Trae is in one of the most successful cities for black people. It’s a lot deeper than what people think."
My story on Trae Young joining Klutch.
ALSO: this creates jobs/income for State Farm Arena workers.
The Hawks have hundreds of part- and full-time employees who they'll train to become poll workers. They will pay employees for that service, though it's not mandatory and anyone can opt out.
Have gotten several questions about State Farm Arena becoming a voting precinct!
Two things to keep in mind:
✅ In Fulton County, you can early vote at any early voting precinct, not just the one closest to you.
✅ Yes, lots of parking will be free.
Life about to get a lot better
In Italy they're getting back to normal because their virus response wasn't conducted by incompetent morons. cnn.com/videos/world/2…
Someone needs to sign Monta Ellis for these bubble games. Enough is enough.
PGA Tour announces that Harris English, who played at UGA, tested positive for COVID-19 before Rocket Mortgage Classic.
Safety measures the Hawks will take in State Farm Arena during voting:
✅ All staff will be in masks
✅ Hand sanitizer dispensers throughout the building
✅ Strongly urging voters to wear masks, too
✅ All paths to vote/voting machines will be six feet apart
From a parking/logistics standpoint as State Farm Arena becomes a venue for early voting, Hawks CEO Steve Koonin says:
"We control thousands of spaces around the arena, and the lots will be open and available at no cost."
Lloyd Pierce says Hawks players will also be involved, using social media to encourage voter turnout.
CEO Steve Koonin says downtown Atlanta billboards the Hawks run will in July start running reminders to vote, and will get word out that State Farm Arena is now a precinct.
Tony Ressler in a statement: “When our ownership group purchased the Hawks & State Farm Arena five years ago, we were clear that we felt it was our responsibility to make sure the organization was an important civic asset to the city of Atlanta.
Hawks CEO Steve Koonin says part-time and full-time workers at State Farm Arena will help out during voting.
The Hawks will also have their IT partners on hand.
Owner Tony Ressler says they not only want to run the largest voting precinct, but the most efficient.
Hawks owner Tony Ressler says it was CEO Steve Koonin's idea who first had the idea to turn State Farm Arena into a voting precinct.
"It took me and Lloyd about a nanosecond to jump on."
Koonin: "We are more than a basketball team."
Lloyd Pierce says all 30 NBA coaches have a meeting tonight, and he's going to take the opportunity to talk them through how the Hawks partnered w/ Fulton County to turn State Farm Arena into a voting precinct.
Says he hopes other teams/arenas can follow suit.
When he first discussed the effort to turn State Farm Arena into a voting precinct, Lloyd Pierce pointed out it makes even more sense during this time of social distancing.
This is a great move by the Hawks:
The Hawks' State Farm Arena is about to become Georgia's largest ever voting precinct.
The Fulton County Board of Registration & Elections approved its use for upcoming 2020 elections, starting w/ early voting on July 20 for the Georgia General Primary Runoff Election Aug. 11.
Hawks just announced that they worked with Fulton County Board of Registration & Elections to get State Farm Arena approved as voting precinct for 2020 runoff and general elections.