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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Mike Budenholzer
After two summers of jarring change, the Atlanta Hawks expect things to be a lot quieter this offseason.
The Indiana Pacers headed south Wednesday, finally carrying themselves with a swagger befitting the No. 1 seed.
Atlanta's Jeff Teague demolished the Pacers' grand playoff plan.
Kyle Korver checks out the NBA standings every morning.
Phoenix blitzed the Atlanta Hawks early from the 3-point stripe.
Paul Millsap thinks the Atlanta Hawks finally have things headed in the right direction.
The Hawks should have a deeper roster for their upcoming five-game road trip even after the news of Gustavo Ayon's season-ending right shoulder surgery.
The slumping Atlanta Hawks are ready for a break from basketball. The first-place Toronto Raptors are happy to get one, too.
Kyle Korver said Atlanta coach Mike Budenholzer "laid into us" at halftime.
Gregg Popovich said he couldn't enjoy a lopsided win over longtime Spurs assistant Mike Budenholzer.
Hawks point guard Jeff Teague sprained his left ankle against San Antonio on Friday night and is expected to miss at least two games.
Road victories don't come easily for the Atlanta Hawks.
The Atlanta Hawks' first regular-season game in London provides first-year coach Mike Budenholzer the opportunity for a midseason review of his team.
Budenholzer was pulled over at 10:30 p.m. Wednesday in Atlanta for not having working taillights. Trooper J. Nelms said in the report that Budenholzer had bloodshot and watery eyes "and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his breath."
Atlanta Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer has apologized for his arrest on a driving under the influence of alcohol charge.
"We've got a lot of areas where we can improve," Budenholzer said after the players cleaned out their lockers and met with the coaches for the final time this season. "To add a player in the draft is something we always look forward to. And free agency is a place where we feel like we can add to our group and improve."
Even so, coach Mike Budenholzer said Monday the key is to keep addressing needs through every available means.