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2018 Schedule
1-2, 5th in Southeast
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Hawks' Schroder avoids serious ankle injury

Hawks point guard Dennis Schroder had to be helped off the court after injuring his left ankle late in the fourth quarter Sunday, but he says he avoided a major injury.

Schroder turns his ankle in the 4th quarter (0:31)
Russell, Crabbe lead Nets past Hawks (1:07)
Kemba, Dwight lead Hornets past Hawks (0:53)
Hornets make 24-point run late in the 3rd (0:31)
Delaney to Collins for alley-oop (0:15)
Collins with the chase-down block (0:16)
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Hawks' Bembry has right wrist fracture

Atlanta Hawks guard/forward DeAndre' Bembry has a fracture in his right wrist, and it is unclear how long he will be out.

Bazemore's missed dunk falls in (0:16)
Smith shines in debut, Mavs fall to Hawks (1:09)
Schroder's impressive first half gives Hawks lead (0:27)
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Updated RPM projections: Hawks

Only one team (the Kings) has a worse win projection than the Hawks, and that's only because of the strength of the West. That said, Atlanta isn't as bad as some of the worst teams we've seen recently.

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Hawks to discipline PG Schroder for role in fight

Hawks GM Travis Schlenk says guard Dennis Schroder is facing undisclosed discipline for his role in a fight outside an Atlanta restaurant that led to his arrest last month on misdemeanor battery charges.

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NBA Power Rankings: Where do Hawks debut?

Atlanta has made the playoffs each of the past 10 seasons, the second-longest active streak behind the Spurs. But it appears the Hawks' run will likely come to an end this season.

Bobby Marks ESPN 

The Richard Jefferson and Kay Felder waiver now has the Hawks with $17M in dead cap space. Atlanta has parlayed cap space to acquire the 2018 Rockets 1st round pick (via LAC), $4.4M in cash and 2 future second round picks.

Bobby Marks ESPN 

Atlanta has announced that they have waived Quinn Cook, Jeremy Evans and Tyler Cavanaugh. The Hawks will incur a $100K cap hit on Cook, $50K on Evans and Cavanaugh. The waiver was needed to create cap space to acquire Richard Jefferson and Kay Felder.

Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer 

A Cleveland team source with knowledge of the trade with Atlanta told ESPN the Cavs sent out $3 million cash to the Hawks and also the lesser of the Minnesota Timberwolves' and Los Angeles Lakers' 2019 second round pick as well as the Portland Trail Blazers' 2020 second round pick (protected 56-60) along with Richard Jefferson and Kay Felder. The Cavs will get back the draft rights to two "Euro stash" players in Dimitrios Agravanis and Sergii Gladyr in the deal. All told, the trade saved Cleveland $15 million in salary and tax implications, minus the $3 million cash spent, meaning $12 million in savings.

Team Stats

Points Per Game104.017th
Rebounds Per Game45.3Tied-14th
Assists Per Game20.0Tied-22nd
Points Allowed112.0Tied-21st

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