Atlanta Hawks Headlines: Reaction From Spurs Win
This morning’s edition of Atlanta Hawks Headlines focuses on reaction from Atlanta’s win over the Spurs and Paul Millsap trade rumors.
Thank you for joining us for today’s edition of Atlanta Hawks Headlines.This is a daily feature at Soaring Down South. Hawks Headlines is a place where you can easily find links to the latest Hawks news, analysis, and any other type of content featuring the Atlanta Hawks.
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More from Soaring Down South
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- Atlanta Hawks Prospect Watch: Isaia Cordinier in December8h ago
- Atlanta Hawks: Grades From Overtime Win Over Spurs12h ago
- Atlanta Hawks Headlines: It’s Trade Rumor Season13h ago
- Atlanta Hawks Trade Rumors: Hawks Listening On Millsap And Others1 d ago
From Soaring Down South 1/2/17
Tom Atkinson gives an update on how Hawks prospect Isaia Cordinier is performing overseas. December was a struggle for him.
Hawks Around The Web 1/2/17
Kris Willis at Peachtree Hoops says that the Hawks are wise to explore Paul Millsap’s trade value. Getting something of value in return, instead of letting Millsap go for nothing this summer, might be the best thing for the organization long-term.
The Ringer’s Chris Ryan discusses how a Millsap trade would shake up the NBA.
Dan Favale of Bleacher Report wonders if Atlanta’s recent success is sustainable. Are they turning things around, or are they just hot?
In his “five things” piece, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution offers up tidbits about Taurean Prince in the D-League, an uncalled foul at the end of Atlanta’s win over the Spurs, Mike Budenholzer’s son, Dwight Howard‘s technical fouls, and practice.
Vivlamore also says to pump the brakes on the Millsap trade rumors. Just because the Hawks are listening, doesn’t mean he’s available.
That’s it for today. Check back tomorrow for the latest Hawks related content.