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Posts Tagged ‘Atlanta Hawks’

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Celtics-Hawks Preview

Posted by bramantev on April 9th, 2014

Both teams have different goals for tonight’s game. The Boston Celtics have lost eight straight games and twelve straight road games at the stretch end of their dismal season. The last time they won on the road was against the Bucks on February 10. Whereas the Hawks are trying to bounce back from a disappointing loss last night to Detroit to secure a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.  (more)
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Celtics Versus Hawks Tonight!

Posted by bramantev on February 26th, 2014

Tonight at 7:30 the Celtics will take on the Atlanta Hawks in Boston. Both teams this season have seen their equal shares of losing streaks, but it’ll be a matter of who is hungrier for the win tonight.  (more)
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Eastern Conference Playoff Matchups

Posted by Séan Milligan on April 18th, 2013

With the first of the Eastern Conference playoff games happening on Saturday basketball fans can look for three tight games to kick off three tight series. (more)
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Celtics to Take on Hawks in Boston

Posted by Séan Milligan on March 28th, 2013

In a battle between the sixth place Atlanta Hawks and the seventh place Boston Celtics the C’s look to build on the momentum from Wednesday’s win over the Cleveland Cavaliers.  (more)
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This Week in Boston 3/24-3/30

Posted by Séan Milligan on March 24th, 2013

This week sees the Bruins and Celtics both hosting two games a piece at the Garden. (more)
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Celtics Take on Atlanta Friday Night at Garden

Posted by Séan Milligan on March 7th, 2013

Two days after playing the second of back-to-back road games the Celtics return home to host the Atlanta Hawks. The Celtics, who are very much in the hunt for a home court advantage in the first round of the playoffs, could leap frog over teams like Brooklyn and Chicago for the fourth playoff seed.  (more)
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Hawks Hold Off Celtics, Push Game 6

Posted by Andy on May 9th, 2012

Hawks center Al Horford came up big in his first start in over three months, contributing 19 points and 11 rebounds to lead Atlanta past the Boston Celtics 87-86 last night at Philips Arena. Horford’s presence was crucial down the stretch, as he hit the Hawks’ final two baskets and held off Celtics PG Rajon Rondo in the closing seconds to send the series back to Boston for Game 6. (more)
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Hawks Hold Off Celtics in Game 1

Posted by Caitlin on April 30th, 2012

The Celtics did not get off to a good start in the playoffs. In Sunday’s game, the C’s lost to the Atlanta Hawks, 83-74. (more)

Knicks Harness Hawks at Home

Posted by Ace Staff on March 9th, 2010

Atlanta’s Al Horford provided the final attempt one second too late, allowing the New York Knicks to claim victory for the third consecutive time over the Hawks last night at Madison Square Garden. Wilson Chandler provided a huge block for the Knicks with 1.7 seconds to go before Horford came up with the rebound, only for the horn to sound and keep the score at 99-98 in favor of New York. Danilo Gallinari led the Knicks with 27 points as David Lee controlled the inside with 19 points and 13 rebounds. “He was the star of the game. He did an unbelievable job for us. He did a great job forcing Joe (Johnson) into tough shots,” said Lee of Gallinari. “Sometimes they went, but he did a good job of forcing him into them. Gallo played well on both ends for us.” Johnson ended the night with 22 points and five assists. Josh Smith scored 25 for the Hawks with a side of 10 boards. Atlanta will continue their road trip to DC to face the Washington Wizards tomorrow before returning to Phillips Arena to prepare for the Detroit Pistons on Saturday. The Knicks are scheduled to start their five-game road trip against the San Antonio Spurs tonight at 8:30 PM.

Hawks Steal Momentum in Boston

Posted by Ace Staff on January 12th, 2010

Four third quarter technical fouls in favor of the Atlanta Hawks caused for a huge swing in tempo en route to their 102-96 victory over the Boston Celtics Monday night at the TD Garden. The thousands of boos echoed the arena from displeased fans during a technical foul whistled late for Glen ‘Big Baby’ Davis after stopping an easy breakaway layup. Seconds later Celtics head coach Doc Rivers reacted and was immediately ejected, followed by another T pointed in the direction of assistant Armond Hill. “That’s always on me. I don’t think I should ever get thrown out,” said Rivers. “I just hate getting techs. I’ve really worked this year at reeling myself in, because I thought we had to with the guys we have.” Joe Johnson led the Hawks to their third straight W against the Celtics with 36 points. Rajon Rondo controlled the tempo for the C’s with 25 points and seven assists. Boston seemed to be in control for most of the contest until the referees really started to give away some points.  Brian Scalabrine helped the Celtics expand their lead to 13 in the second, netting three in a row from long range before the Hawks found ways to eventually get back into the game. Kevin Garnett is now practicing and is set to return in the next 10-14 days. Rasheed Wallace is out with a sore foot but should be ready to suit up later this week. Boston Celtics tickets are available now!