Checking in on the Hawks’ Next Chapter

The 2017–18 season was something of a transition year for the Atlanta Hawks. Mike Budenholzer was the coach of that 24-win team. Dennis Schroder, Taurean Prince, and Kent Bazemore led the scoring charge for the Hawks. Not sure if I’ve ever been more jealous of a season ticket holder—imagine how cheap they must have been!Continue reading “Checking in on the Hawks’ Next Chapter”

Guest Author Rookie Review! – De’Andre Hunter Surprised Us

By Evan Zaucha The draw for teams in the 2020 NBA Draft  when it came to selecting De’Andre Hunter was that he was an NBA-ready on-ball wing defender with a promising three-point shot who wouldn’t need many touches to make his mark. In many ways, Hunter did exactly what was expected of him. In others,Continue reading “Guest Author Rookie Review! – De’Andre Hunter Surprised Us”

Jerami Grant Declining His Option? What Teams Should Pursue Him

By Matt Esposito Thanks to the Chris Haynes’ podcast and some subsequential, follow up reporting by Quenton Albertie, it appears as though Denver Nugget Jerami Grant will be declining his $9.3 million player option. This comes on the heels of Grant’s two best seasons as a pro. After averaging 1.7 3-point attempts per game andContinue reading “Jerami Grant Declining His Option? What Teams Should Pursue Him”

What Is Atlanta’s Ceiling With John Collins & Trae Young? Hawks Experts Weigh In

By Matt Esposito The simultaneous growth of John Collins and Trae Young has not yet resulted in many wins but, it surely will. This duo is primed to become an elite pick and roll combo, if they are not there already. Let’s do a super short summary of their development before our Hawks experts discussContinue reading “What Is Atlanta’s Ceiling With John Collins & Trae Young? Hawks Experts Weigh In”