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Latest Atlanta Hawks Items
Paul Pierce was back at practice for the Boston Celtics on Friday, a day after briefly leaving the regular-season finale with a sprained left big toe.
There's one day left in the NBA's truncated regular season, and only two of the eight first-round postseason matchups opening this weekend have all the particulars decided.
Once again, the Washington Wizards opened up a big lead on an opponent, and once again, they blew the lead late — this time, coming away with a loss after holding a 16-point advantage late in the third quarter.
Joe Johnson says his left knee "feels 15 times better."
The Atlanta Hawks have no plans to deal Josh Smith before Thursday's deadline, according to their co-owner.
Earl Lloyd remembers when he suited up for the Washington Capitols more than 60 years ago as the first black to play in an NBA game and wondering if he would make a good enough impression to stick around.
When Al Horford tumbled to the court, his hopes of playing again this season all but snuffed out, everyone figured he'd take the Atlanta Hawks down with him.
After missing the first 10 games with soreness and swelling in his right knee, Wizards guard Maurice Evans returned to the lineup Friday against the 76ers in Philadelphia. It was in the City of Brotherly Love that Evans helped organize a team dinner, hoping to foster team chemistry.
Atlanta Hawks All-Star center Al Horford will miss at least three months with a shoulder injury, a major blow to a playoff contender in the Eastern Conference.