The Atlanta Hawks have their work cut out for them in the 2015 Eastern Conference Finals, given the way LeBron James is able to take over the game in a moment’s notice. Regardless, they’re not taking any chances with the wrath of Lil B as they’re looking to obtain their first championship in more than […]
The NBA Playoffs are always exciting but this year has had fans on the edge of their seats thanks to some game-winning buzzer beaters.
The Atlanta Hawks are riding high on a 14-game winning streak (coincidentally–or not since the release of star Josh Smith). It’s given Georgia natives a reason to be excited for the current best team in the NBA’s Eastern Conference, and that includes T.I.
There’s quietly a bidding war over the Atlanta Hawks now that owner Bruce Levenson’s days with the organization are limited due to a racist email written in 2012 becoming public. In fact, the one and only “Human Highlight Film,” Dominique Wilkins, is said to be very interested in buying the team.
While the NFL is waging their own war, the NBA could be on the brink of another racial scandal after Atlanta Hawks owner Bruce Levenson outed himself about an explosive email he wrote to his employees in 2012.
Following the racial black eye of professional basketball that was Donald Sterlng, there was bound to be more owners to land in hot water over similar ordeals.
The NBA isn’t just an international brand, it is a universal influencer of the planet’s way of life. Basketball is one of the world’s most fastest growing sports from continent to continent and the USA’s professional players are gatekeepers to the phenom.
Former Atlanta Hawks hoops star Mookie Blaylock was involved in a head-on collision last month that killed a married mother of five. After a week in the hospital, Blaylock surrendered and was placed in the Clayton County jail Monday (June 10). After posting bond on Wednesday, Blaylock was immediately shipped to another jail yesterday afternoon […]
The kang of the south, T.I., will be on hand to call tonight’s game between the Atlanta Hawks and their division rival and current NBA champions, Miami Heat.