The Atlanta Falcons’ Mercedes-Benz Stadium has been commended by fans for their cost-friendly food and beverage pricing. Now, the Atlanta Hawks are following the Falcons’ blueprint by lowering their prices.
The Atlanta Hawks have added Vince Carter to their team. According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the 41-year-old Carter has signed a one-year deal and that the Hawks “want Carter around its young locker room.”
The Atlanta Hawks have agreed to a trade with the Brooklyn Nets that will send guard Jeremy Lin to Atlanta. As part of the trade, the Hawks acquire Lin, a 2025 second-round pick and the right to swap picks with the Nets in 2023.
New Atlanta Hawks guard Trae Young struggled in the Hawks’ three games in Utah as part of the Utah Jazz’s Summer League slate. Young shot 23.1 percent from the field and 12.5 percent from 3-point range as the Hawks went 0-3.
Rookie guard Trae Young has been an Atlanta Hawk for almost a week now. As he settles in with the Hawks, the fifth overall pick has already set his sights on the NBA’s top player. Young tweeted about Cavaliers forward LeBron James coming to Atlanta.
The close of the 2018 NBA Draft on Thursday night made for the perfect time for various media outlets to name its winners and losers from the scene in Brooklyn. Here’s how the Atlanta Hawks graded out after what was a wild night for the franchise.
Thursday was a busy night for the Atlanta Hawks, as they were wheeling and dealing throughout the 2018 NBA Draft. Now that the draft is over, here’s a look at the moves the Hawks made and the three players added to the franchise.
The Atlanta Hawks have reached agreement with Dallas Mavericks assistant Melvin Hunt to add him to the coaching staff. Hunt comes to Atlanta after a three-year stint on the Mavericks staff. Prior to Dallas, Hunt spent six seasons in Denver.
Reports have indicated that former Atlanta Hawks top assistant Darvin Ham is headed to the Milwaukee Bucks to be reunited with former Hawks head coach Mike Budenholzer. Ham had been an assistant for Budenholzer in Atlanta since 2013.
Atlanta Hawks point guard Dennis Schroder has cleared his Instagram account of all Hawks-related posts and also unfollowed the Hawks’ Instagram page. Schroder’s revamped social media comes at a time when his future was very much in question.
Former Philadelphia 76ers assistant Lloyd Pierce was introduced as the Atlanta Hawks' new coach on Monday. Pierce, who will be a head coach for the first time, discussed what he will bring to the organization and his vision for the future.
Philadelphia 76ers assistant coach Lloyd Pierce is reportedly the main focus in the Atlanta Hawks' coaching search. Reports indicate Pierce and Hawks officials met for the third time on Friday and that an offer could come as soon as today.
Dennis Schroder has been a central figure in the drama as the newly anointed starting point guard. There has been Good Dennis. There has been Bad Dennis. Certainly, the entirety of the Hawks’ roller coaster season does not fall on Schroder.
The Chattahoochee Valley Veterans Council and American Legion Post 135 in Phenix City hosted Friday a local observance of National POW/MIA Recognition Day in the United States. The program was at the Eternal Flame on Summerville Rd. in Phenix City.