In this episode, Tim and Mikey recap the 125-114 Atlanta Hawks’ loss to the Philadelphia 76ers at the Wells Fargo Center. Without Trae Young, Atlanta gave Philly a fight, but the Hawks’ offense sputtered down the stretch without their star. The Hawks have now lost three straight and look to get back in the win column against the Denver Nuggets on Monday night at State Farm Arena.
In this episode, Tim and Mikey break down the nail-biting 114-113 loss for the Atlanta Hawks to the Brooklyn Nets. Mikal Bridges and Trae Young went back and forth in crunch time, but it was Bridges and Brooklyn who had the last laugh. The guys also preview the Hawks-76ers game scheduled for 7:00 ET on Friday at the Wells Fargo Center.
Tim and Mikey break down the 132-121 Atlanta Hawks loss to the Milwaukee Bucks at Fiserv Forum. From Dejounte Murray and Trae Young cooking drop coverage to Atlanta’s offensive struggles down the stretch, Sports Ethos has you covered. The guys also preview the game for Wednesday when Mikal Bridges and the Brooklyn Nets visit State Farm Arena.
Let's start the week of right! Talking a little Hawks basketball! The regular season is upon us but let's catch up on the preseason that has been so far for the Atlanta Hawks.
Derek has his fourth installment of our Fantasy Faceoff series where two similar fantasy assets square off and we try to decide who is going to have a better season.
Brad is joined by JR the host of the Bossman Radio Show to talk over the dilemmas that the Hawks have this offseason. Battling the Salary Cap, deciding who gets extensions and when, keeping Murray and more!
Hawks pushed the Celtics to 6 games but their season is over. Brad is back to recap the ending of the series but more so look ahead to big offseason questions for the Hawks. Will Trae Young request a trade? Will John Collins finally be moved? Who gets extensions? Murray? Okongwu? Bey? Who is safe? A lot of questions as the Hawks embark on their most important summer of the Trae Young Era.
The Hawks got blitzed Game 1 in the 1st Half by the Boston Celtics and could not recover losing 112-99. Brad talks over how the Hawks did nothing they needed to do to win Game 1 but saw some positives in the Second half that they can build on in an attempt to even the series at 1-1.
The odds are again stacked up against the Atlanta Hawks as they take on the defending Eastern Conference Champion Celtics in Round 1 of the NBA Playoffs. Brad talks about how the Hawks need the set the tone and things they must do in order to steal Game 1 and make things more interesting than the experts expect!
Against the odds, the Atlanta Hawks travel down to Miami and beat the Heat in the Play-In Tournament and officially enter the Playoffs with the 7th Seed in the East and will take on the defending Eastern Conference Champion Boston Celtics. Brad records this reaction podcast right after the game and breaks down how his keys to the game led to the Hawks win!
Brad is back to recap the end of the season and preview the Play-In matchup vs. Miami. Brad gives his keys to victory and who are the X-Factors for the Hawks in order to win the game. Brad also talks over the recent The Ringer article to talk what's truth and what's fiction.
Everyone has seen the stats about the Hawks playing .500 throughout the entire season. The offense is improving but the defense is steadily declining. Brad talks over the recent performances and what he is looking ahead to as the playoffs are less than 2 weeks away! He also talks about the stellar play of Onyeka Okongwu, Donovan Mitchell's thoughts on Snyder in Atlanta, and who should the Hawks hope to play in the Play-In Tournament.
Brad returns to talk over the state of the Hawks as the NBA Play-In Tournament nears. Brad talks over the inconsistencies over the year especially on the defensive end that land the Hawks below .500. He also talks how important it is for Coach Quin Snyder to evaluate all options this offseason when envisioning his plan for the team for the future.
Hawks split their slate this week losing to two playoff teams but sweeping the Wizards in DC. Brad is back after a busy work week to talk why the Hawks need to lock in mentally on being in the play-in and looks ahead to a lighter week of games highlighted by matchups against 2 Western Conference Playoff Teams.