Coach Flip Saunders said that in preparation for the Hawks, the team watched film, lifted weights, and went through a light workout, then left for Atlanta after practice.
“We talked about it [Monday’s game] and with the way our schedule is, we did some good things last night,” Saunders said.
“It’s just a matter of the other things, the rebounding, we have to clean up and some of our offensive execution.”
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