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The Atlanta Hawks are a team to be respected following a 60 win regular season and running away as the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference. 60 wins is the most ever for this franchise, who made their eighth straight playoff appearance this season and ended a three-year streak of one-and-done series in the postseason by defeating Brooklyn Nets and Washington Wizards in the first two rounds to advance to the Eastern Conference Finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Hawks haven’t won an NBA title since 1958 and will find themselves as the underdogs against the Cavaliers, who are little banged up heading into this series. Despite lacking a superstar player on their roster, this Hawks team plays together, have talented players and shooters to maybe pull this series out.

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Atlanta Hawks Schedule

Oct. 29 at Toronto 7:30
Nov. 1 Indiana 7:30
Nov. 5 at San Antonio 8:30
Nov. 7 at Charlotte 7:00
Nov. 8 New York 7:30
Nov. 10 at New York 7:30
Nov. 12 Utah 7:30
Nov. 14 Miami 7:30
Nov. 15 at Cleveland 7:30
Nov. 18 Los Angeles 7:30
Nov. 21 Detroit 7:30
Nov. 25 at Washington 7:00
Nov. 26 Toronto 7:30
Nov. 28 New Orleans 7:30
Nov. 29 Charlotte 7:30
Dec. 2 Boston 7:30
Dec. 3 at Miami 7:30
Dec. 5 at Brooklyn 7:30
Dec. 7 Denver 3:30
Dec. 8 at Indiana 7:00
Dec. 10 Philadelphia 7:30
Dec. 12 Orlando 7:30
Dec. 13 at Orlando 7:00
Dec. 15 Chicago 7:30
Dec. 17 at Cleveland 7:00
Dec. 20 at Houston 8:00
Dec. 22 at Dallas 8:30
Dec. 23 Los Angeles 7:30
Dec. 26 Milwaukee 7:30
Dec. 27 at Milwaukee 8:30
Dec. 30 Cleveland 7:30
Jan. 2 at Utah 9:00
Jan. 3 at Portland 10:00
Jan. 5 at Los Angeles 10:30
Jan. 7 Memphis 7:30
Jan. 9 at Detroit 7:30
Jan. 11 Washington 3:00
Jan. 13 at Philadelphia 7:00
Jan. 14 at Boston 8:00
Jan. 16 at Toronto 7:30
Jan. 17 at Chicago 8:00
Jan. 19 Detroit 2:30
Jan. 21 Indiana 7:30
Jan. 23 Oklahoma City 7:30
Jan. 25 Minnesota 6:00
Jan. 28 Brooklyn 7:30
Jan. 30 Portland 7:30
Jan. 31 Philadelphia 7:30
Feb. 2 at New Orleans 8:00
Feb. 4 Washington 7:30
Feb. 6 Golden State 7:30
Feb. 8 at Memphis 6:00
Feb. 9 at Minnesota 8:00
Feb. 11 at Boston 7:30
Feb. 20 Toronto 7:30
Feb. 22 at Milwaukee 3:30
Feb. 25 Dallas 7:30
Feb. 27 Orlando 7:30
Feb. 28 at Miami 7:30
Mar. 3 Houston 7:30
Mar. 6 Cleveland 7:30
Mar. 7 at Philadelphia 7:30
Mar. 9 Sacramento 7:30
Mar. 11 at Denver 9:00
Mar. 13 at Phoenix 10:00
Mar. 15 at Los Angeles 9:30
Mar. 16 at Sacramento 10:00
Mar. 18 at Golden State 10:30
Mar. 20 at Oklahoma City 8:00
Mar. 22 San Antonio 3:00
Mar. 25 at Orlando 7:00
Mar. 27 Miami 7:30
Mar. 28 at Charlotte 7:00
Mar. 30 Milwaukee 7:30
Mar. 31 at Detroit 7:30
Apr. 4 Brooklyn 7:30
Apr. 7 Phoenix 7:30
Apr. 8 at Brooklyn 7:30
Apr. 10 Charlotte 7:30
Apr. 12 at Washington 6:00
Apr. 13 New York 7:30
Apr. 15 at Chicago 8:00

Atlanta Hawks Ticket Data

Home Average Prices Since 2010:

Year Avg Price
2014-2015 $172.51
2013-2014 $108.72
2012-2013 $87.98
2011-2012 $93.09
2010-2011 $70.73

Five Most Expensive Home Games Of 2014-2015

Date Opponent Avg Price
3/06/2015 vs. Cleveland Cavaliers $508.10
12/30/2014 vs. Cleveland Cavaliers $375.79
1/23/2015 vs. Oklahoma City Thunder $295.55
2/06/2015 vs. Golden State Warriors $274.36
4/13/2015 vs. New York Knicks $258.76

Five Most Expensive Home Games Since 2010

Date Opponent Avg Price
3/06/2015 vs. Cleveland Cavaliers $508.20
12/30/2014 vs. Cleveland Cavaliers $375.79
1/23/2015 vs. Oklahoma City Thunder $295.55
4/12/2014 vs. Miami Heat $289.14
3/13/2013 vs. Los Angeles Lakers $278.34

Five Least Expensive Home Games of 2014-15

Date Opponent Avg Price
11/12/2014 vs. Utah Jazz $72.81
11/21/2014 vs. Detroit Pistons $84.85
11/29/2014 vs. Charlotte Hornets $102.11
12/07/2014 vs. Denver Nuggets $102.98
11/26/2014 vs. Toronto Raptors $103.08

Five Least Expensive Home Games Since 2010

Date Opponent Avg Price
12/10/2010 vs. Memphis Grizzlies $32
11/10/2010 vs. Milwaukee Bucks $33
11/03/2010 vs. Detroit Pistons $34
12/22/2010 vs. Cleveland Cavaliers $37
11/14/2010 vs. Minnesota Timberwolves $38

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2015 Atlanta Hawks Playoff Schedule

Eastern Conference Finals 5/20 - Atlanta Hawks vs. Cleveland Cavaliers Game 1
5/22 - Atlanta Hawks vs. Cleveland Cavaliers Game 2
5/24 - Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Atlanta Hawks Game 3
5/26 - Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Atlanta Hawks Game 4
5/28 - Atlanta Hawks vs. Cleveland Cavaliers Game 5
5/30 - Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Atlanta Hawks Game 6
6/1 - Atlanta Hawks vs. Cleveland Cavaliers Game 7

Eastern Conference Quarterfinals

Atlanta Hawks vs Brooklyn Nets Game 1 - Sunday 4/19/2015 at Philips Arena
Atlanta Hawks vs Brooklyn Nets Game 2 -Wednesday 4/22/2015 at Philips Arena
Brooklyn Nets vs. Atlanta Hawks Game 3 - Saturday 4/25/2015 at Barclays Center
Brooklyn Nets vs. Atlanta Hawks Game 4 - Monday 4/27/2015 at Barclays Center
. Atlanta Hawks vs Brooklyn Nets Game 5 - Wednesday 4/29/2015 at Philips Arena
Brooklyn Nets vs. Atlanta Hawks Game 6 - Friday 5/1/2015 at Barclays Center
Atlanta Hawks vs Brooklyn Nets Game 7 - Sunday 5/3/2015 at Philips Arena

Atlanta Hawks News

5-21-15: On Wednesday night the Eastern Conference Finals kicked off with the #1 seeded Atlanta Hawks playing host to the #2 seeded Cleveland Cavaliers inside the Highlight Factory in Atlanta. The Cavaliers came into the series fresh off a victory over the Chicago Bulls in six games despite losing Kevin Love for the remainder of the playoffs. Cleveland had a plan to use their big men and their bench to their advantage to defeat Atlanta in this series and they executed that plan perfectly in Game One. JR Smith scored 28 points off the bench for Cleveland while LeBron James led all scorers in the contest with 31 points and six assists giving the Cavaliers a dominating 97-89 victory over Atlanta. Smith’s explosive game off the bench which included eight three-pointers allowed the team to give as much rest as possibly to Kyrie Irving who is nursing an injury. With the victory Cleveland now leads the best of seven series 1-0 and have snatched home court advantage away from Atlanta in the series.

5-18-15: On Friday night the Atlanta Hawks were back in Washington after a hard fought Game Five victory over the Wizards looking to finish out the series and advance to the Eastern Conference Finals. In the next round is the Cleveland Cavaliers who awaits the winner of this series and early on it looked like Washington was going to do all it could to force a Game 7 back in Atlanta on Sunday night. The Hawks took over the contest in the second and the third quarters but the Wizards had one last push in them as both teams entered the fourth quarter. In the fourth the Wizards came all the way from behind erasing an eight point deficit and had the ball in their hands for the final shot in the game with their backs against the walls. Paul Pierce was the hero for Washington in one game already this series and was almost the hero again in Game 5 and Kyle Korver looked to keep Pierce from being the hero again in Game 6. As time expired Pierce pulled up for a three point shot and knocked it down presumably forcing overtime until the official reviewed the play. The review confirmed that Pierce had not gotten the ball off before the clock expired giving the Hawks a 94-91 victory and a 4-2 victory in the best of seven series. Atlanta will now have home court advantage throughout the Eastern Conference Finals when the team plays host to LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers.

5-15-15: On Wednesday night the Hawks returned home to the Highlight Factory to play host to the returning John Wall and the Washington Wizards in a pivotal Game Five of their best of seven series. Atlanta played some sloppy basketball in the contest turning the ball over 23 times but the superiority in rebounding, led by Al Horford, kept Atlanta close. The Hawks went into the locker room trailing by six points before the team came roaring back in the third quarter taking a one point lead and setting up a potentially exciting finish to the contest. Late in the fourth quarter the Hawks had a bit of déjà vu as Paul Pierce hit a late jump shot to give the Wizards a lead they felt good about holding on to. Pierce celebrated a bit prematurely though as he was caught on camera in front of the Hawks bench saying “series” indicating that the series was over but Atlanta had one last shot to win the game and that shot came from Horford. Horford put the Atlanta franchise on his back and drove to the basket throwing a shot up that found the bottom of the net as time expired giving the Hawks an exciting 82-81 victory and a 3-2 series lead in the best of seven series.

5-12-15: On Monday night the Hawks were back in Washington looking to even up their best of seven series with the Washington Wizards. With a loss Atlanta’s backs would be up against the wall facing a 3-1 deficit with one more game to be played on the road and that mindset propelled the Hawks to a 10 point lead at halftime. Bradley Beal was a tough matchup for the Hawks on this night as Atlanta let him lead all scorers for Washington with 34 points and seven assists but Jeff Teague and Al Horford were up to the task to holding onto their early lead. Washington began to stage a comeback in the fourth quarter before Teague’s 26 points and eight assists and Horford’s 10 rebounds game became too much to overcome in a 106-101 victory the Atlanta to even the best of seven series at 2-2.

5-11-15: On Saturday night the Hawks made the trip to Washington looking to steal back home court advantage and take advantage of a shorthanded Wizards team. The Wizards were without John Wall who is day to day with an injury but Washington used their home fans to their advantage early on in the contest. The Hawks fell behind by 10 points after one quarter and 13 points by halftime leaving Atlanta scratching their heads. The Hawks must have had a great halftime speech because the team, led by Jeff Teague and Dennis Schroder who had 18 points each to lead the team, exploded in the fourth quarter scoring 35 points tying the game up late. All the Hawks had to do was stop Washington one more time to force an overtime but the team did not pay as much attention to Paul Pierce as they should have. The Wizards veteran lined up a shot as time expired and knocked it down to give the Hawks a heartbreaking 103-101 loss and a 2-1 series deficit in the best of seven series.

5-6-15: On Tuesday night the Hawks looked to avoid a 2-0 hole to the Wizards as the team looked to even the series before traveling to Washington. DeMarre Carroll continued his coming out party as a rookie for the Hawks as he led all scorers in the contest with 22 points while Paul Millsap was all over the boards with 11 rebounds leading an energized Atlanta offensive attack. The Hawks look a seven point lead with them into halftime as the team looked to learn from the past and not have a repeat of Game One of the series when they let Washington come roaring back in the second half. In the second half Washington looked to have full control for a lot of the third quarter but the Hawks defense got tough allowing just 15 points to Washington in the fourth quarter in an eventual 106-90 victory to even up the best of seven series at 1-1.

5-4-15: On Sunday night the Hawks traveled back to Atlanta after finishing off their series with the Brooklyn Nets in six games to play host to John Wall, Bradley Beal and the rest of the Washington Wizards. The Hawks came into this second round series as the top seed in the Eastern Conference with home court advantage throughout the Eastern Conference playoffs. Atlanta came out of the gates firing on all cylinders in front of the home crowd dropping 37 points in the first quarter on the way to a 63 point halftime total and 10 point lead. In the second half Washington was able to knock off the rust a bit from their long layoff led by Beal who led all scorers in the contest with 28 points. DeMarre Carroll led the Atlanta scoring attack with 24 points while Al Horford added 17 points and 17 rebounds but the Hawks managed just 25 points in the second half in an eventual 104-98 loss to Washington. The Wizards lead the best of seven series 1-0.

5-2-15: On Friday night the Atlanta Hawks traveled back to the Barclays Center looking to close out their first round series with the Brooklyn Nets while the home team looked to force a Game 7 and live another day. In Game Five the Hawks barely edged out a victory and used many of their starters for 40 minutes or more making many wonder if fatigue would be a factor in the contest. Luckily for the Hawks the team came out of the gates firing on all cylinders scoring 36 points in the first quarter and a whopping 41 points in the third quarter. Atlanta's defense allowed no more than the 23 points the Nets were able to score in the first quarter in a series clinching 111-87 blowout victory. The Hawks were able to rest many of their starters towards the end of the game although four of their starting five either exceeded or flirted with the 20 point plateau. Jeff Teague did not score a single point in 23 minutes but did help out with 13 assists leading to Paul Millsap's 25 point night. The Atlanta Hawks have won the best of seven series 4-2 while the Brooklyn Nets are going home for the summer after being eliminated.

4-27-15: The Atlanta Hawks clinched home court advantage through the entire Eastern Conference playoffs after posting a 60-22 record in the regular season. The Hawks clinched the #1 seed by winning their division and posting the best overall record this season and will play host to the #8 seeded Brooklyn Nets after they went 38-44 this season. These two teams played four times during the regular season and Atlanta won all four matchups which is not a great sign of things to come for Brooklyn this series. Game One was played on Sunday afternoon in Atlanta as each team took their first steps towards an NBA Championship. The Hawks and their home crowd in Atlanta were energized for the first round of the playoffs and it showed with a 32 point outburst in the first quarter to take an early 12 point lead. Brooklyn continued to try and chip away at the early deficit for the remainder of the game but never got any closer than seven points despite Joe Johnson scoring 17 points and dishing out six assists in an eventual 99-92 loss to Atlanta. Kyle Korver stepped up big for the Hawks to lead all scorers with 21 points in the victory for Atlanta. The Hawks lead the best of seven series 1-0. The Brooklyn Nets and the Atlanta Hawks faced off again inside the Highlight Factory in Atlanta for Game Two of the best of seven series with Brooklyn looking to even the series and looking to steal away home court advantage from the Hawks. On Wednesday night the Hawks were back at home in Atlanta dealing with the news that the team was sold for a whopping $850 million. The Hawks did not let that affect them on the court though as the team came out once again firing on all cylinders early and often in the contest. The Hawks only shot 39% from the field but forced 16 turnovers from Brooklyn to only eight for Atlanta leading to numerous extra shooting attempts. Jarrett Jack did all he could for Brooklyn but the former Georgia Tech product could not overcome Paul Millsap’s 19 points and the sloppy play from his Nets teammates in a 96-91 loss to Atlanta. The Hawks lead the best of seven series 2-0. Get your tickets for next week as the team looks to finish off the Nets in Brooklyn and enter the second round of the NBA playoffs.

4-6-15: The Cleveland Cavaliers are one step closer to the Eastern Conference playoffs after another strong week last week in the NBA. With another strong week last week the team found themselves with a 47-26 record that left them with the #2 seed in the Eastern Conference Playoffs if the season ended today. If the playoffs started today the team would face off against the #7 seeded Miami Heat in the first round. The Cavaliers started this week by making the trip out to the Barclays Center to face off with Brook Lopez and the Brooklyn Nets. During the contest the Nets helped their own cause in their chase for the final playoff spot in the East with a convincing 106-98 victory over the Cavaliers. The leading scorer in the contest was Kyrie Irving who had 26 points for Cleveland while LeBron James added 24 points but it was not enough in the loss for the Cavaliers. Meanwhile the scoring attack for the Nets was led by 20 points each from Joe Johnson and Brook Lopez in the victory for Brooklyn. For the Cavaliers next contest the team made the trip back home to Cleveland to play host to Robert Covington and the Philadelphia 76ers. During the game neither team shot especially well but the Cavaliers still hung on to beat the 76ers by the final score of 87-86 despite just 34 points in the second half. The leading scorer in the contest was LeBron James who had 20 points, 11 rebounds and six assists to lead Cleveland in all categories in the victory. Meanwhile the scoring attack for Philadelphia was led by Robert Covington who had 19 points while Nerlens Noel grabbed 11 rebounds but it was not enough in the loss for the 76ers. For the final game of the week for the Cleveland Cavaliers the team stayed at home to play host to LeBron James’ former team the Miami Heat. During the game the Cavaliers sent a message to the team they look likely to face in the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs when Cleveland beat Miami convincingly 114-88. The leading scorer in the contest was LeBron James who had 23 points and seven assists while Thompson added 15 rebounds in the victory for the Cavaliers. Meanwhile the Miami scoring attack was led by Luol Deng who had 17 points and eight rebounds but it was not enough in the loss for the Heat. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 49-27. Get your tickets for next week as the team plays host to the Chicago Bulls before traveling to Milwaukee to finish a short week against the Milwaukee Bucks.

3-31-15: The Atlanta Hawks would enter the NBA playoffs as the #1 seed if the season ended today after posting the best record in the Eastern Conference with a 53-15 record. If the playoffs began today the Hawks would play host to the Boston Celtics in the first round. The Hawks started this week by making the trip out to Oklahoma City to face off against Russell Westbrook and the Oklahoma City Thunder. During the game the Thunder sent a message to the rest of the Western Conference that despite their seeding they could be a force to be reckoned with in the playoffs. The Thunder were led by Russell Westbrook’s 9th triple-double of the season when he scored 36 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and dished out 14 assists in a message sending 123-115 victory over the Atlanta Hawks. It was not all bad for Atlanta as they clinched the Eastern Conference’s South East division in the loss but Per Antic’s 22 points was not enough for the Hawks. For the Hawks next contest the team returned home to Atlanta to play host to Tony Parker and the San Antonio Spurs. During the game the Hawks once again struggled against one of the better teams in the Western Conference this time falling to the Spurs by the final score of 114-95. The leading scorer in the contest was Splitter who had 23 points for San Antonio while Kawhi Leonard added 10 rebounds and seven assists in the victory for the Spurs. Meanwhile the scoring attack for the Hawks was led by 22 points and seven rebounds from Paul Millsap but it was not enough in the loss for Atlanta. For the Hawks next contest the team made the trip out to Orlando to face off with Nikola Vucevic and the Orlando Magic. During the contest the Hawks bounced back after two tough losses to tough Western Conference opponents with a 95-83 victory over the Orlando Magic. The leading scorer in the contest was Paul Millsap who had 25 points and 11 rebounds for Atlanta while Jeff Teague added nine assists in the victory for the Hawks. Meanwhile the scoring attack for the Magic was led by Payton who had 19 points and seven assists while Nikola Vucevic added 12 rebounds but in the end it was not enough in the loss for Orlando. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 54-17. Get your tickets for next week as the team stays home to play host to the Miami Heat before traveling to Charlotte to face off against the Charlotte Hornets. The team will then return home once again to play host to the Milwaukee Bucks before finishing their week off in Detroit facing off against the Detroit Pistons.

3-24-15: The Atlanta Hawks have their eyes on a playoff spot after another strong week last week. With that strong week and a strong second half the Hawks are racing towards the playoffs with a 50-14 record. The Hawks started this week by making the trip out to Phoenix to face off with the Phoenix Suns. During the contest the Suns managed just 14 points in the fourth quarter and never scored more than 27 points in a quarter in an eventual 96-87 loss to the Hawks. The leading scorer in the contest was Paul Millsap who had 23 points and nine rebounds while Kyle Korver added 14 points in the victory for the Hawks. Meanwhile the scoring attack for the Suns was led by Markieff Morris who had 22 points while Eric Bledsoe added 21 points but it was not enough in the loss for Phoenix. For the Hawks next contest the team made the trip to the Staples Center to face off with Jeremy Lin and the Los Angeles Lakers. During the game the Hawks got back to their winning ways by holding the Lakers to 14 points in the first quarter and grinding out a 91-86 victory. The leading scorer in the contest was Dennis Schroder who had 24 points and 10 assists for the Hawks while Bazemore pulled down nine rebounds in the victory for Atlanta. Meanwhile the scoring attack for the Lakers was led by Carlos Boozer who had 13 points but it was not enough in the loss for Los Angeles. The Hawks were back out on the court the very next night in Sacramento when the team faced off with the Sacramento Kings. During the game the Hawks were able to take down the Kings for the second time in less than a week as Atlanta beat Sacramento by the final score of 110-103. The leading scorer in the contest was Jeff Teague who had 23 points and six assists for the Hawks while Paul Millsap grabbed 10 rebounds in the victory for Atlanta. Meanwhile the scoring attack for the Kings was led by DeMarcus Cousins who had 20 points and 13 rebounds but it was not enough in the loss for Sacramento. For the Hawks next contest the team made the trip out to Golden State to face off with the Golden State Warriors without Kyle Korver. During the game the Warriors sent a message to the rest of the league with the playoffs looming when the team easily dismantled the Hawks by the final score of 114-95. The leading scorer in the contest was Barnes for the Warriors with 25 points as he chipped in picking up the slack of Klay Thompson who will miss the next two weeks with an injury. Meanwhile the scoring attack for the Hawks was led by DeMarre Carroll who had 16 points and 12 rebounds but it was not enough in the loss for Atlanta. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 53-15. Get your tickets for next week as the team travels to Oklahoma City to face off with the Thunder before returning home to play host to the San Antonio Spurs. The team would then travel to Orlando to finish their week off facing off against the Orlando Magic.

3-3-15: The Atlanta Hawks come into the week fresh and rested up after the NBA All Star Week with one of the best records in the NBA this season sporting a 43-11 record. The Hawks started this week by staying home in Atlanta to play host to the Toronto Raptors. During the contest the Hawks came out flat scoring just 80 points in the contest while the Raptors shot 45% from the field as a team in a 105-80 victory over Atlanta. Louis Williams led all scorers in the contest for Toronto with 26 points while DeMar DeRozan added 21 points in the victory for the Raptors. Meanwhile the Hawks managed just 33% shooting from the field while being led by Paul Millsap, Kyle Korver and Jeff Teague scoring 11 points each but it was not enough in the loss for Atlanta. For the Hawks next contest the team made the trip out to Milwaukee to take on the Milwaukee Bucks. During the game the Hawks got back to their winning ways finally with a decisive 97-86 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks. The Hawks scoring attack was aided by Paul Millsap who finished the night with 23 points and 16 rebounds while Dennis Schroder added nine assists in the victory for Atlanta. Meanwhile the Bucks were led by Giannis Antetokounmpo’s 19 points but the team was not able to overcome a 13 point first quarter in the loss for Milwaukee. For the Hawks next contest the team stayed at home in Atlanta to play host to Monta Ellis and the rest of the Dallas Mavericks. During the contest the Hawks and Mavericks traded buckets for most of the contest but the superiority shooting from beyond the arc for Atlanta ended up being the difference in a 104-87 loss for Dallas. The Hawks were able to knock down 13 three point shots led by 17 points from Dennis Schroder in the victory for Atlanta. Meanwhile the Mavericks scoring attack was led by 19 points from Monta Ellis but Dirk Nowitzki managed just four points in the loss for Dallas. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 45-12. Get your tickets for next week as the team stays home to host the Orlando Magic before traveling to Miami to take on the Miami Heat. The Hawks will then return home to Atlanta to finish their week off when the team plays host to the Houston Rockets.

2-20-151: The Atlanta Hawks had another great week last week and head into NBA All Star Weekend posting one of the best records in the NBA this season with a 43-11 record. The Hawks started this week by watching one of their own in Dennis Schroder score 13 points and grab nine rebounds for the World in a victory in the inaugural World vs. USA Rising Stars Game. During the Shooting Stars Competition Paul Millsap led Scottie Pippin and WNBA star Elena Delle Donne of the Chicago Sky replacing the injured Anthony Davis of the Pelicans. Team Millsap went out in the first round but it was entertaining to see Pippen back on the court and knock down the half-court shot. Schroder was back at it again the next night with teammate Jeff Teague when the Hawks guards participated in the Taco Bell Skills Competition on NBA All Star Saturday Night. Teague advanced to the second round in the competition with easily the best showing in the first round while Schroder unfortunately could not take down Kyle Lowry. In the second round Teague took on Patrick Beverley and took an early lead before Beverley knocked down a clutch three pointer to knock out Teague. The Hawks hoped for better results in the next competition when Kyle Korver competed in the Foot Locker Three Point Shooting Contest. In the first round Korver knocked down 18 shots and was eliminated in the first round. The next night NBA All Star Weekend culminated with the playing of the 2014/2015 NBA All Star Game. The All Star Game pit the best of the Eastern Conference against the best of the Western Conference in a contest that defense was thrown out the window in lieu of loads of offense. These two teams did not disappoint in the offensive department as these two teams combined for 321 points total on the night inside Madison Square Garden. Leading the way for the Western Conference was Russell Westbrook who had 41 points winning the MVP Award while James Harden added another 29 points for the West. In the East the hometown hero Carmelo Anthony had 14 points in front of his home crowd while LeBron James led the way with 30 points. It was not enough for Carmelo and LeBron in the contest as the Western Conference once again showed its dominance in a 163-158 victory over the Eastern Conference in the 2015 NBA All Star Game. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 43-11. Get your tickets for next week as the team stays home to host the Toronto Raptors before traveling to Milwaukee to take on the Milwaukee Bucks. The Hawks will then return home to Atlanta to finish their week off playing host to the Dallas Mavericks.

2-9-15: The Atlanta Hawks came into the week after another strong week that left the team atop the Eastern Conference with a 38-8 record. The Hawks started this week by putting their 17 game winning streak on the line at home in Atlanta up against the Portland Trail Blazers. During the contest the Hawks won their 18th straight game of the season behind 48% shooting from the field as a team and good three point shooting. Paul Millsap scored 21 points and grabbed 8 rebounds to lead Atlanta in both categories while Al Horford added 17 points in the 105-99 victory for the Hawks. Meanwhile LaMarcus Aldridge led Portland in scoring with 37 points and 11 rebounds but it was not enough for the Trail Blazers to stop the winning streak for Atlanta. The Hawks looked to make it 19 wins in a row the very next night at home in Atlanta when the team played host to the Philadelphia 76ers. During the contest the Hawks pushed their winning streak to 19 games in a row as the Hawks and Al Horford narrowly took out the Sixers. Horford led all scorers in the contest with 23 points and 11 rebounds as the Hawks went on to survive a Philadelphia comeback late in the contest. Three members of the 76ers led the team in scoring when Jerami Grant, Luc Mbah a Moute and Michael Carter Williams each scored 13 points but it was not enough in the loss for the 76ers. The Hawks looked to make it 20 straight wins in their next contest when the team traveled to New Orleans to take on the New Orleans Pelicans. During the contest the Pelicans were able to stop the Hawks 19 game winning streak behind a strong night from Anthony Davis. Davis led all scorers in the contest for the Pelicans with 29 points while Asik added 17 rebounds in the 115-100 victory for New Orleans. Jeff Teague did his part for Atlanta scoring 21 points but it was not enough for the Hawks to win their 20th straight game of the season. For the Hawks next contest the team stayed home in Atlanta looking to start a new winning streak against the Washington Wizards. During the game Atlanta got back to their winning ways defeating John Wall and the Wizards by the final score of 105-96. Wall had 24 points and nine assists in the contest while Marcin Gortat added nine rebounds in the loss for Washington. Meanwhile Jeff Teague added 26 points and eight assists for Atlanta while Al Horford pulled down 13 rebounds in the victory for the Hawks. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 41-9. Get your tickets for next week as the team stays home to host the Golden State Warriors before traveling out on the road to finish their week off against the Memphis Grizzlies, the Minnesota Timberwolves and the Boston Celtics.

1-29-15: The Atlanta Hawks came into the new week after another strong week that left the team with a 31-8 record, one of the best records in all of the Eastern Conference. The Hawks started this week by packing their bags and traveling to our neighbors from the north to take on the Toronto Raptors in a road contest. During the contest the Raptors had DeMar DeRozan back and it didn’t matter as the Hawks went on to thump Toronto. Atlanta’s attack was led by 22 points from Al Horford as the Hawks went on to easily beat the Raptors by the final score of 110-89. The Raptors countered with 25 points from DeRozan but it was not nearly enough in the loss to the Eastern Conference’s best team. The Hawks were back out on the court the very next night when the team was in Chicago taking on the Chicago Bulls. During the contest the Hawks won their 12th straight game of the season behind a hot night of three point shooting for Kyle Korver. Korver led Atlanta with 24 points while shooting 7-9 from beyond the arc in a 107-99 victory over the Bulls. The Chicago attack was led by 23 points from Derrick Rose and 22 points from Pau Gasol but it was not enough in the loss to the Hawks. The Hawks went back home to Atlanta searching for their 13th straight victory when the team played host to the Detroit Pistons who were winners of eight of their last ten contests. During the contest the Hawks used 44% shooting from the field as a team and a stingy defense to propel the team to their 13th straight victory. The Hawks took down the Pistons by the final score of 93-82 behind 20 points each from Paul Millsap and Mike Scott to beat Detroit for the second time in a week. The Pistons attack was led by 16 points from Greg Monroe but it was not nearly enough in the loss to the Hawks. For the Hawks next contest the team looked to extend their winning streak to 14 in a row when the team stayed home in Atlanta to play host to the Indiana Pacers. During the contest the Hawks won their 14th game in a row with a stingy defense and a huge offensive outburst in the third quarter. Carroll led the way for the Hawks with 17 points while Paul Millsap grabbed 9 rebounds and Jeff Teague added 11 assists in the 110-91 victory over Indiana. The Pacers attack was led by CJ Miles who finished with 18 points but it was not nearly enough to stop the best team in the Eastern Conference. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 35-8. Get your tickets for next week as the team stays home in the Highlight Factory in Atlanta to play host to the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Minnesota Timberwolves and the Brooklyn Nets.

1-12-15: The Atlanta Hawks came into the week with one of the best records in all of the Eastern Conference after posting a 23-8 record. The Hawks started this week by traveling to Salt Lake City to take on the Utah Jazz from the Western Conference. During the game the Hawks used 41% shooting and 26 points from Jeff Teague in a 98-92 victory over the Jazz. Utah’s attack was led by 18 points from Gordon Hayward but the team as a whole shot just 37% in the loss to Atlanta. The Hawks were back on the court the very next night when the team traveled to Portland to take on the Portland Trail Blazers. During the game the Hawks used 51% shooting as a team and 27 points from Paul Millsap in a big 115-107 victory over the Trail Blazers. Portland’s attack was led by 30 points and 12 rebounds from LeMarcus Aldridge but it was not enough in the loss to Atlanta at home. Atlanta took their impressive 9-1 record in their last ten games with them into Staples Center for their next contest as the team faced off with the Los Angeles Clippers. During the contest the Clippers took a lead with them into the locker room at halftime only to relinquish the lead late in the game to Atlanta and Paul Millsap. Millsap led the Hawks attack with 23 points on the night behind an Atlanta team that posted 63 points in the second half on the Clippers. Despite 26 points from Blake Griffin Los Angeles could not regain the lead they gave up late to Atlanta and ultimately fell to the Hawks by the final score of 107-98. In a matchup of two first place teams in their divisions Jeff Teague, Paul Millsap and the Atlanta Hawks played host to Marc Gasol, Mike Conley and the Memphis Grizzlies. During the contest Mike Conley narrowly missed a triple-double for the Grizzlies while his Memphis team narrowly missed a victory over the Hawks. Conley finished the contest with 17 points, 9 rebounds and 6 assists to lead Memphis in all categories but Jeff Teague and the Hawks were that much better. Teague led all scorers with 15 points as his Atlanta teammates won the game by the final score of 96-86. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 27-8. Get your tickets for next week as the team travels to Detroit to take on the Detroit Pistons before coming home to play host to the Washington Wizards. Atlanta will then finish their week off back out on the road taking on the Philadelphia 76ers and the Boston Celtics.

1-2-15: The Atlanta Hawks have one of the best records in the Eastern Conference this season after posting a 21-7 record to start the 2014/2015 season. The Hawks started this week by started this week by traveling to Atlanta to play the first of a home and home series against the Milwaukee Bucks. During the contest the Bucks did everything right from the court while the Hawks seemingly struggled with everything in a game that ended up being a laugher when all was said and done. Milwaukee shot 51% from the field as a team including a hot hand from beyond the arc in an easy 107-77 victory over the Hawks. Atlanta was led by 22 points from Paul Millsap but it was not enough for the team that managed just 41% shooting from the field and 17% from beyond the arc in the contest. These same two teams were back at it again the very next night with the key difference being that the Milwaukee Bucks were the home team in this contest. During the contest neither team shot especially well from the floor as both teams finished shooting under 40% but the Hawks were just a little better on the night. Milwaukee finished shooting 39% as a team led by 21 points from Khris Middleton but it was not enough in a loss to Atlanta. The Hawks overcame shooting just 37% from the field due in part to 25 points from Jeff Teague in a 90-85 victory over the Bucks. The Hawks looked to make it two victories in a row during their next contest when the team stayed home to play host to LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers on King James 30th birthday. During the contest the Cavs welcomed back Kyrie Irving while watching LeBron James take his 30th birthday off and Kevin Love taking the night off from scoring. James was out and Love managed just 7 points on 1-8 shooting while Irving led all Cleveland scorers with 34 points on the night. It was not enough in the end as Paul Millsap’s 26 points and Jeff Teague’s 23 points were too much in a 109-101 victory for the Hawks. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 23-8. Get your tickets for next week as the team sets out on the road to face off with the Utah Jazz, the Portland Trail Blazers and the Los Angeles Clippers before returning home to finish their week off against the Memphis Grizzlies.

12-22-14: The Atlanta Hawks have started the 2014/2015 campaign with one of the best records in the Eastern Conference posting a very impressive 15-6 record. The Hawks started this week by traveling home to Atlanta to play host to the Orlando Magic in an Eastern Conference showdown. During the contest the Magic actually outshot the Hawks in the contest but the difference came on the free throw line. The Hawks, led by 23 points from Paul Millsap, knocked down 20-27 free throw attempts while the Magic, led by 21 points from Victor Oladipo, managed just 12-16 from the charity stripe. The extra trips to the line were essential in the Hawks 87-81 victory over the Magic. These same two teams were at it again the very next night but this time Orlando was the host and Atlanta was the visitor. During the contest the Magic shot 50% from the field while holding Atlanta to just 42% from the field which Orlando had to feel good about. The Hawks kept things close in the contest with better rebounding than Orlando along with better discipline and less turnovers. Atlanta actually led Orlando early behind 24 points from Jeff Teague but it was not enough in a 100-99 loss to the Magic. Orlando was led by 20 points from Tobias Harris in the narrow victory over the Hawks avenging their loss to this same team the night before. The Hawks hoped for better results in their next contest when the team traveled home to Atlanta to play host to the Chicago Bulls. During the contest Chicago was held to just 38% shooting by Al Horford and a strong Hawks defense. Horford and his teammates forced tough shots all night for the Bulls on the defensive side while the Hawks center also added 21 points and 10 rebounds to lead the team. Chicago countered with 22 points from Jimmy Butler but no one on the Bulls bench scored more than eight points in a 93-86 loss to the Hawks. The Hawks looked to keep their winning ways going in their next contest when the team traveled to Cleveland to take on LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. During the contest the Hawks came out of the locker room on fire shooting and used a blistering start to the game to take over early. Atlanta finished with 65% shooting from the field led by 24 points from Shelvin Mack. The Cavaliers managed just 45% shooting from the field while Dion Waiters and LeBron James each scored 21 points. In the end it was not enough for Cleveland as Atlanta’s hot hand was too much to overcome in a 127-98 loss to the Hawks. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 18-7.

12-15-14: The Atlanta Hawks have started the 2014/2015 season with one of the best records in all of the Eastern Conference posting a very impressive 11-6 record to start the campaign. The Hawks started this week by traveling to Brooklyn to take on the Brooklyn Nets in an Eastern Conference road game. During the contest Brooklyn managed just 38% shooting from the field and struggled from beyond the arc knocking down just 3-18 shots. Meanwhile Atlanta shot just 43% from the field but the difference in the contest came from the three point line as the Hawks knocked down 13-34 three point shots to distance themselves from the Nets. DeMarre Carroll led the way in the contest shooting 7-10 from the field, 4-5 on three point shots and finished with 18 points in a 98-75 victory for the Atlanta Hawks. The Hawks looked to keep their winning ways going in their next contest when the team hosted the Denver Nuggets in Atlanta. During the contest the Hawks used a strong first half scoring and a stingy defense to keep the team ahead of Denver. Atlanta scored 57 points in the first half while holding the Nuggets to just 36 points in the first half as the Hawks opened up a deficit that Denver could not overcome. The Nuggets enjoyed 29 points from Wilson Chandler in the contest but it was not enough as Denver fell to Atlanta by the score of 96-84. The very next night the Hawks were back out on the road in Indiana taking on the Indiana Pacers. During the game the Hawks held down the Pacers offense for much of the night holding the team to just 44% shooting from the field. Indiana managed just 18 points in the first quarter and could not make up the early deficit despite 15 points each from Rodney Stuckey and C.J. Miles. Al Horford led all scorers in the contest for the Hawks with 25 points while Jeff Teague chipped in 21 points in a 108-92 victory over the Pacers. The Hawks finished their week up at home in what should have been an easy matchup against the Philadelphia 76ers. During the contest the box score looked like the game should have been much closer than it actually was. Both teams finished with 42% shooting from the field and comparable free throw and three point shooting percentages but the difference in the contest came in the rebounding department. The Hawks grabbed 52 rebounds in the contest to just 39 for the Sixers leading to more shooting opportunities for Atlanta. The Hawks and Paul Millsap enjoyed the extra opportunities at Atlanta took down Philadelphia for their 19th loss of the season 95-79. Philadelphia watched as Alexey Shved led the team with just 13 points in the loss for the 76ers. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 15-6. Next week, the Hawks play a home and home series against the Orlando Magic. The first game is played at home in Atlanta before the two teams travel to Orlando to complete the series. Atlanta will then head back home to play host to the Chicago Bulls before finishing their week off on the road in Cleveland taking on the Cleveland Cavaliers.

12-5-14: The Atlanta Hawks have been hanging out in the middle of the standings in the first five weeks of the 2014/2015 campaign as the team has posted just a 7-6 record to start the new season. The Hawks started this week by traveling back home to Atlanta to host the Western Conference’s own New Orleans Pelicans. During the contest the Hawks defense forced bad shots to hold the Pelicans to just 28 points in the first half while scoring 41 points to take a big lead into halftime. New Orleans mounted a comeback in the fourth quarter and even scored 40 points in the final frame but did not have an answer for Jeff Teague in the Hawks who scored 38 points in the final quarter. Teague’s 26 points and Al Horford’s double-double led the Hawks to a 100-90 win over the Pelicans. The very next night the Hawks were back at it again in Atlanta playing host to the Charlotte Hornets. During the contest the Hawks came out with the hot shooting hand taking a quick 28-17 lead after one quarter and a commanding 64-28 lead at halftime. Things weren’t much better for the Hornets in the second half as the team struggled to break the 80 point barrier shooting just 33% from the field as a team. Atlanta on the other hand was led by 18 points from Paul Millsap in a 105-75 victory over Charlotte. The Hawks looked to keep their winning ways going during their next contest as the team stayed home in Atlanta to play host to the Boston Celtics. During the contest the Celtics came out of the gates firing on all cylinders as Boston finished the first quarter with a staggering 42 point outburst. Unfortunately for the Celtics their first quarter point total was more than the team managed in the entire second half as Boston allowed Atlanta back into the contest. The Hawks were led by 24 points from Kyle Korver as Atlanta made up a 16 point halftime deficit to come back and win the game by the score of 109-105. The Hawks looked to finish their week off on a high note when the team traveled to Miami to play a road game against the Miami Heat. During the contest each team rebounded the same amount of shots, turned the ball over the same amount of times and had just as many assists as one another in a very well played and comparable game between the two clubs. The team even had comparable free throw percentages and overall shooting percentages but the difference came from beyond the arc. The Hawks led by Jeff Teague and company knocked down twice as many three point shots as the Heat and Dwyane Wade as Atlanta went on to beat Miami by the score of 112-102. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 11-6.

11-28-14: The Atlanta Hawks have had a middle of the pack type start to their 2014/2015 campaign as the team has only managed a 5-5 record to start the season. The Hawks started this week by hosting the Detroit Pistons at home in the Highlight Factory in Atlanta. In the contest the Hawks had five scorers in double figures including Jeff Teague who led all scorers in the contest with 28 points. Paul Millsap added a double-double for the Hawks with 15 points and 12 rebounds as the Hawks took down the Pistons by the score of 99-89. Detroit was led by 16 points from Josh Smith but it was not enough in his return to Atlanta as the Hawks won the game. Atlanta looked to win another game in their next contest when the team traveled to Washington to take on the Washington Wizards. In the contest the Hawks were led by 28 points from Jeff Teague while Paul Millsap added a double-double in a game in which Atlanta shot just 42% from the field. The difference in the contest came on the free throw line as Atlanta knocked down six more free throws than the Wizards as the Hawks went on to beat Washington by the score of 106-102. Washington was led by 21 points and 13 rebounds in the contest but it was not enough in the loss to Atlanta. The Hawks finished their week off back at home in Atlanta playing host to the red hot Toronto Raptors. Toronto was led by DeMar DeRozan who led all scorers with 27 points while Louis Williams added 22 points in the contest for the Raptors. Toronto also enjoyed 21 points Greivis Vasquez as the Raptors went on to beat the Hawks by the score of 126-115. Atlanta’s Jeff Teague did all he could by scoring 24 points in the contest while Al Horford scored 23 points but it was not enough in the loss to Toronto. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 7-6.

11-21-14: The Atlanta Hawks had a decent start to their 2014/2015 campaign as the team posted a 4-3 record in the first two weeks of the new season. The Hawks started this week by playing host to the Miami Heat in a home game in Atlanta. In the contest Atlanta shot an impressive 56% from the field while eight different players scored in double digits for the Hawks. Meanwhile the Heat had just four players to score in double digits including Chris Bosh in a game where Dwyane Wade did not play. The Hawks went on to easily beat the Wade-less Heat by the score of 114-103. The next night the Hawks took their victory with them to Cleveland to take on the Cleveland Cavaliers in an Eastern Conference road contest. The Cavaliers enjoyed an offensive explosion on the night while LeBron James scored 32 points and the team as a whole shot 54% from the field. Cleveland also shot 61% from beyond the arc as the Cavaliers knocked down 19 three point shots in the game. The Hawks shot just 14% from three point land as the team knocked down just 3-22 shot attempts from beyond the arc. The Cavaliers went on to easily beat the Hawks by the score of 127-94 in the contest. Atlanta finished their week off back at home hosting the Los Angeles Lakers who had just one win on the young season entering the contest. In the contest the home team Hawks were led offensively by 29 points from Paul Millsap and 23 points from Jeff Teague while the team shot an impressive 48% from the field. The Lakers were all that much better on the night as Kobe Bryant led Los Angeles with 28 points while Carlos Boozer added 20 points and 10 rebounds in the Lakers second victory of the season. The Lakers would win the game by the score of 114-109 after scoring 67 points in the first half and coasting to victory in the second half. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 5-5. Next week, the team hosts the Detroit Pistons at home in Atlanta before setting out on the road to face off with the Washington Wizards. The Hawks will be back in the Highlight Factory to finish their week off when the team hosts the Toronto Raptors in an Eastern Conference showdown.

11-14-14: The Atlanta Hawks did not start off the 2014/2015 season the way they had probably hoped as the team started the campaign with a 1-2 record. The Hawks started this week by traveling to Charlotte to take on the Charlotte Hornets in what turned out to be a shootout. Charlotte was once again led by Al Jefferson as the center scored 34 points in the contest while Gary Neal added 23 points off the bench for the Hornets. The home team Hawks had six players that scored in double digits including three players to eclipse the 20 point mark but it was not enough as the Hornets outscored Atlanta by the score of 122-119. In the next game the Hawks started a home and home series with the New York Knicks with the first game happening at home in the Highlight Factory. Carmelo Anthony once again led the Knicks in scoring with 20 points while Iman Shumpert added 19 points but once again it was not enough for New York as the Knicks fell to the Atlanta Hawks by the score of 103-96. In the game Kyle Korver led all scorers with 27 points while Jeff Teague added 17 points in the Hawks victory. These same two teams were at it again the very next game as the Hawks looked for a similar result in the second game that they got in the first game. In the contest Carmelo Anthony once again led New York in scoring with 25 points and once again the Knicks cast of supporting stars could not do enough to help the Knicks forward. Iman Shumpert did add 18 points for the Knicks but New York could not overcome 19 points from Paul Millsap and 17 points from Kyle Korver in a 91-85 victory for the Hawks. Atlanta finished their week off by traveling to Salt Lake City to take on the Utah Jazz on the road. In the contest Atlanta was led by 30 points from Paul Millsap and 20 points from Jeff Teague in a 100-97 victory for the Hawks. Utah was led by 22 points from Alec Burk and 20 points from Derrick Favors but the Jazz fell because the Hawks doubled them up in the fourth quarter. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 4-3.

11-7-14: The Atlanta Hawks started their 2014/2015 season off last week by traveling to our neighbors from the north to take on the Toronto Raptors. The Raptors were easily the best team in the preseason this year and that momentum carried over into the regular season as the Hawks fell to the Raptors to drop their record to 0-1. With the 2014/2015 season entering its first full week the Hawks headed home to the Highlight Factory to host the Indiana Pacers in their first home game of the season. In the game Jeff Teague and Al Horford led the scoring attack for the Hawks as Atlanta shot 51% from the field. Indiana was not as sharp in the contest as the team as a whole shot 38% from the field while being led offensively by Chris Copeland’s 21 points on 7-16 shooting. In the end the Pacers could not overcome their cold shooting hand as the Hawks went on to win the game by the score of 102-92. The Hawks finished their week by traveling to San Antonio to take on the defending NBA Champion Spurs. Atlanta was coming off three straight days off and started the game with obvious signs of rust as the Hawks only scored 39 points at halftime. DeMarre Carroll and Paul Millsap had 17 points each for the Hawks but the team settled for too many three point shots. The Hawks attempted 25 shots from beyond the arc and their lack of aggressiveness cost them at the free throw line. Atlanta only took 11 shots from the charity stripe while San Antonio attempted 38 shots from the line which ultimately was the deciding factor in this game. The Spurs went on to win the game by the score of 94-92 behind Tony Parker and Tim Duncan’s 17 points each. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 1-2.

10-31-14: The Atlanta Hawks tipped off the 2014-2015 season by facing off with the Toronto Raptors on the road after posting a 4-3 record in the preseason. The Hawks were part of rumors all summer long that the team could be potentially sold to a group of investors led by former Grizzlies CEO Jason Levein and former players Dominique Wilkins, Dikembe Mutombo, and Chris Webber among others. Controlling owner Bruce Levensonis looking to unload his stake in the team after emails circulated from 2012 that Levenson sent with racial slurs and comments. With all the distractions in their back pocket the Hawks traveled to Toronto to take on a Raptors team that easily had the best record in the preseason this year. Atlanta had three players with 20 points each including Mike Scott, Jeff Teague and Kyle Korver but it was not enough as Toronto kept their winning ways going with a 109-102 victory over the Hawks. The Raptors did not have a player score at least 20 points but the team did had seven players that scored in double figures as a total team effort got the job done for the Raptors.

10-29-14: Atlanta just snuck into the playoffs last season as the No. 8 seed in the Eastern Conference, but will have higher expectations with the return of Al Horford to the lineup. The expectation amongst the fans is high as well. The $176,18 average price for tickets on the secondary market this season is 62% above last year’s season average at Philips Arena.

10-24-14: The Atlanta Hawks may be under new ownership soon after the franchise hired investment banks Goldman Sachs and Inner Circle Sports to put the team up on the buying market. This comes in the two-month wake of current owner Bruce Levenson’s racial comments that were made public. The off-the-court controversy likely won't affect the team's success, however. The Hawks took the Pacers into a Game 7 in the Eastern Conference First Round last season and have made seven consecutive playoff appearances over the last seven seasons.

10-15-14: The Atlanta Hawks have played three of their seven scheduled games so far, opening their preseason on Oct 6 with a 93-87 win over the New Orleans Pelicans, but dropped their next game to Memphis and winning their last outing a 109-103 victory over the Miami Heat on Oct 14. The Hawks will not get ready to travel to the United Center this Thursday to take on the Chicago Bulls, followed by three more preseason games with Detroit, Charlotte, and San Antonio before opening their regular season on the road against the Toronto Raptors on Oct 29.

9-22-14: The immediate future of the Atlanta Hawks seems to be a up in the air as the majority owner Bruce Levinson will sell his controlling interest and ownership stake in the team due to a 2012 e-mail where Levinson is quoted making racially charged remarks. Hawks general manager Danny Ferry is taking an indefinite leave of absence as it came out he made offensive remarks about free-agent Luol Deng earlier in the summer. With the team for sale it begs the question if relocation is a possibility, particular a move to Seattle. The Atlanta Hawks have recorded bottom ten attendance despite the team making the playoffs for the past 7 seasons.

8-13-14: The Atlanta Hawks were the 8th seed this past season and almost bounced the number 1 seed in the East the Indiana Pacers in the first round. The Hawks however, have had a relatively quiet offseason as the core of their team remains unchanged with Jeff Teague, Paul Millsap and Al Horford still are the big three with Demarre Carroll and Kyle Krover will add support to defense and three shooting respectively. Atlanta has made some minor moves by drafting Adreian Payne and signing veteran defensive stopper Thabo Sefolosha.

Atlanta Hawks 2014 Draft Overview

Round 1, Pick 15, Adreian Payne, PF, Michigan State
Round 2, Pick 43, Walter Tavares, C, Spain
Round 2, Pick 48, Lamar Patterson, SG, Pittsburgh (via trade with Milwaukee Bucks)

5-12-14: The Hawks were not built to be a successful team in the 2014 playoffs, and they still were on the verge of taking out the first-seeded Indiana Pacers. However, Atlanta could not win its first road Game 7 in franchise history. The Hawks struggled in the first half and could not make up the large deficit in the final 24 minutes. Paul Millsap put up 15 points and a game-high 17 rebounds to go along with four assists and four steals in the final game of his first season in Atlanta. After spending his entire NBA career in Utah, Millsap looks like he is ready to be a main contributor to a playoff contender in Atlanta.

5-5-14: The Hawks and Indiana Pacers split their first six games of the series. Although Atlanta squandered its first opportunity to close out the Pacers, Mike Budenholzer’s squad hopes to win Game 7. In Game 4, the Hawks shot terribly from within the arc and lost by just three points. Paul Millsap scored a game-high 29 points that afternoon, but the Pacers dominated the Hawks on the fast break. In Game 5, Shelvin Mack scored a team-high 20 points en route to the Hawks’ 107-97 victory. However, Atlanta could not win Game 6 at home. Jeff Teague led all scorers with 29 points that night at Philips Arena, but the Pacers were victorious.

4-28-14: The Hawks have a good chance at upsetting the No. 1 seed. This Atlanta team, the one that was victorious in just 38 games during the regular season, leads the series, 2-1. In Game 1, the Hawks defeated the struggling Indiana Pacers, 101-93. Jeff Teague scored a game-high 28 points, and DeMarre Carroll led all players that night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse with 10 rebounds. Teague scored half of his Game 1 points in the third quarter as the Hawks took a large lead. Then, after being blown out in Game 2, the Hawks bounced back on Thursday in Game 3. Teague and Paul Millsap registered double-doubles in the 98-85 victory.

4-21-14: The Eastern Conference had a subpar 2013-14 season, but the Hawks took advantage of it. They finished with a 38-44 record, which was one game better than the New York Knicks for the eighth playoff spot. Atlanta finished the regular season winning six of its final eight games. The Hawks won two of their four meetings with the Indiana Pacers, and one of those victories came on April 6 at Indiana. The Hawks destroyed the Pacers in the first half of that contest and cruised to the 107-88 victory. Jeff Teague led all scorers with 25 points in that game, and he hopes to lead the Hawks to the first-round series win.

4-16-14: Atlanta Hawks playoff tickets average $201 on the secondary market, which is 5th in the eastern conference and 9th overall. The regular season average was $106, meaning there is an 88% premium for the playoffs. The Hawks are locked in to the 8th seed and will face the Pacers in the opening round.

4-7-14: The Hawks are on the verge of missing the playoffs with their poor play down the stretch. They went 1-2 this past week and are now fighting with the New York Knicks for the eighth spot in the Eastern Conference standings. On Saturday, Kyle Korver and DeMarre Carroll both sat out, and the Hawks fell to the Washington Wizards by four points. On Monday, Paul Millsap helped Atlanta stop its six-game losing streak. He scored 28 points and grabbed 17 rebounds as the Hawks beat the Philadelphia 76ers, 103-95. However, the Hawks dropped Wednesday’s contest against the Chicago Bulls to fall to 10 games below .500.

4-1-14: The Hawks received a couple days of rest before they played a whopping five games this past week. Unfortunately, they did not play consecutive games in the same city. The results indicated that this Hawks team is running out of gas this season. Atlanta hosted the New Orleans Pelicans in the first contest, and the Hawks lost, 111-105. Next, they played two back-to-back sets to finish the week. They traveled to Toronto for the front end and returned home to face the Phoenix Suns. Atlanta lost those games by a combined 17 points and then lost the next back-to-back set by a total of 39 points. The final two games were against the Minnesota Timberwolves and Portland Trail Blazers.

3-24-14: The Hawks have gone from one of the league’s worst teams in March to one of the best this past week. With three more victories, they pushed their winning streak to five games. On Saturday, Atlanta hosted the Denver Nuggets and defeated them by five points. Then, two days later, the Hawks played a back-to-back set. The first of the two contests was in Charlotte. Behind Paul Millsap’s game-high 28 points, Atlanta continued its dominance against the Bobcats with a 97-83 victory. On Tuesday, the Hawks returned home to face the Toronto Raptors. Jeff Teague’s 34 points led the way in Atlanta’s 118-113 overtime win.

3-17-14: Finally, the schedule has softened for the Hawks. After their six-game road trip, they returned home for their final game of the week. Atlanta hosted the league’s worst team in the Milwaukee Bucks on Thursday and beat them, 102-97. This victory extended the Hawks’ winning streak to two games. Atlanta was victorious on Monday at Utah, and that win stopped the Hawks’ six-game losing streak. Kyle Korver scored a game-high 26 points in the contest against his former team. The Hawks now have a lighter schedule for the rest of March, so they should take advantage of that to put them in a better position to hold onto their eighth spot in the Eastern Conference standings.

3-10-14: This is not the time that the Hawks want to be on the road. The last time they won a game away from home was during the end of January. Atlanta had a light week in terms of games, but the opponents were difficult. The Hawks took on the Phoenix Suns on Sunday. Mike Scott started at power forward and scored 20 points in the high-scoring affair, but the Hawks were on the losing side. The Suns took the game, 129-120. Then, the Hawks traveled to Portland. Atlanta lost that contest, and Kyle Korver missed each of his five attempts from 3-point distance. Since Korver was unable to make a 3-pointer in that game, his NBA-best regular-season streak of making at least one 3-pointer ended at 127 games.

3-3-14: The Hawks have lost 3 in a row, but luckily they are hanging on to the 8th seed in the East. Thanks to the continued ineptitude of the Cavs, Knicks, and Pistons, it looks like the Hawks will be staying in the playoff hunt despite dealing with injuries to Paul Millsap and Pero Antic.

3-2-14: The Hawks’ fast descent in the Eastern Conference continues. Although Shelvin Mack scored a career-high 21 points, Paul Millsap suffered a right knee contusion and the Hawks lost their eighth consecutive game with a 115-107 loss to the Pistons in Detroit. Over that losing streak, Atlanta dropped from four games above .500 to four games below .500. However, the Hawks finally got a win. On the second night of a back-to-back, behind a career-high 30 points from Mike Scott, Atlanta made a huge comeback to beat the lowly New York Knicks. Unfortunately for the Hawks, Millsap remained out and they lost to the Chicago Bulls and Boston Celtics.

2-28-14: The top 5 most expensive remaining tickets are: April 12th vs the Miami Heat, April 2nd vs the Chicago Bulls, April 9th vs the Boston Celtics, March 15th vs the Denver Nuggets, and April 4th vs the Cleveland Cavaliers. March 18th vs the Toronto Raptors is the season's cheapest remaining game.

2-27-14: The short handed Hawks will have some relief in the front court soon. They've bought out the Spanish League contract of 2013 pick Mike Muscala and have signed him to an NBA contract. The Hawks have been floundering of late and are currently the 9th seed in the Eastern Conference.

2-26-14: Despite a 14 point lead early the game, the Hawks fell to the Bulls last night 107-103. The Hawks defense suffered and let up double digit scoring for all Bulls who saw floor action for more than 5 minutes scoring in double digits. Jeff Teague led the way with 26 point for the Hawks while Mike Dunleavy had 22 for Chicago.

2-25-14: The Hawks recently encountered an 8 game losing while losing their All-Star forward Paul Millsap, but the team rebounded with a 107-98 comeback win from 17 down this past Saturday night vs the Knicks. Also during the game, Kyle Korver extended his streak of 124 games with at least 1 three point field goal.

2-24-14: A couple of Hawks got the opportunity to participate in All-Star weekend. Rookie Pero Antic was selected to take part in the Rising Stars Challenge, but he was forced to sit out the game due to an ankle injury. However, Antic was still part of the winning squad. Then on Sunday, Paul Millsap made his first appearance in an All-Star game and scored six points in the Eastern Conference’s victory. Although it was an enjoyable weekend for those Hawks players, the team continued to fall further below .500. Atlanta dropped contests to the Indiana Pacers and Washington Wizards to move its losing streak to seven games. In addition, Jeff Teague and Gustavo Ayon have recently been sidelined, but the Hawks did acquire Antawn Jamison from the Los Angeles Clippers.

2-18-14: It is not looking good for the Hawks, as the only team that has a longer current losing streak is the Philadelphia 76ers. Fortunately, Atlanta is in fifth place in the Eastern Conference standings instead of being a lottery team in the other conference. Unfortunately, Saturday was the only encouraging night of this past week for the Hawks. Paul Millsap filled the stat sheet with 20 points, 11 rebounds, six assists and five steals in the three-point loss to the Memphis Grizzlies. Then, the week went downhill with losses to the Chicago Bulls and Toronto Raptors by a combined 36 points.

2-10-14: Make it 117 – Kyle Korver has now made at least one 3-pointer in 117 consecutive regular-season games. He continues to blow the former record out of the water, and his success from deep leads to success for his basketball team. This past week, Korver made at least three shots from 3-point distance in two separate games. Both of those contests were victories. However, he made just one 3-pointer and two 3-pointers against the Indiana Pacers and New Orleans Pelicans, respectively. Atlanta fell in each of those games. When Korver makes at least three shots from downtown in a game this season, the Hawks are 15-5, so Hawks fans will want to see their sharpshooter making many shots from deep.

2-4-14: Although the Hawks won just one game this past week, they were actually lucky. As expected, they defeated the Milwaukee Bucks and lost to the San Antonio Spurs and Oklahoma City Thunder. However, they played most of the week without starting point guard Jeff Teague after he suffered a left ankle injury on Friday against the Spurs. Then, Atlanta’s home game on Wednesday against the Pistons was postponed due to severe weather conditions. Therefore, Teague received extra rest before returning. Shelvin Mack started in his absence and filled in admirably. He also knew to get the ball to Eastern Conference Player of the Week and first-time all-star Paul Millsap.