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Topic - Kyle Korver
After two summers of jarring change, the Atlanta Hawks expect things to be a lot quieter this offseason.
Once the sting wears off from squandering a chance to knock off the top seed in the East, the Atlanta Hawks will likely savor this season as a successful first step toward their ultimate goal.
Quick, name the starting lineup for the Atlanta Hawks.
The Indiana Pacers knew what they were up against. This was a game they had to have.
The Indiana Pacers are questioning their toughness and dealing with speculation about a lineup change.
As the final seconds ticked off the clock, the Atlanta Hawks celebrated and their fans serenaded the Indiana Pacers with chants of "Overrated!"
The Atlanta Hawks got a confidence boost before the playoffs. The Milwaukee Bucks found out they were being sold.
Atlanta Hawks forward Paul Millsap will sit out the team's regular season finale Wednesday night against the Milwaukee Bucks to rest for the playoffs.
Kyle Korver was concerned that the Atlanta Hawks were about to squander another chance to beat a struggling opponent.
Kyle Korver checks out the NBA standings every morning.
Lou Williams is out of the doghouse. Good thing, because the Atlanta Hawks really needed him Monday night.
Atlanta's Kyle Korver missed his fifth straight game because of back spasms and center Pero Antic also sat out against Portland due to an ankle injury.
Atlanta Hawks guard Kyle Korver is sitting out his third straight game because of back spasms.
Atlanta Hawks guard Kyle Korver isn't playing against the New Orleans Pelicans due to back spasms.
With their season on the verge of slipping away, the Atlanta Hawks aren't going for style points, they're just glad to string together a couple of wins.
"We had the crowd and the atmosphere and everything we've been dreaming about," Korver said. "One of the reasons I came back here (when he re-signed with the Hawks last summer) was I wanted to build something like that. To have that, to have the game we wanted, that's eating at me today."
"Hopefully next year, we'll have the same atmosphere, and we'll be a better team, and we'll close out games better," Korver said. "It's very exciting. You see what's possible in every way - with this team, with this city, with the crowd, with everything."