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Top Hawks News

  • Hawks' Justin Anderson: Out Tuesday

    Anderson (leg) has been ruled out for Tuesday's game against the Warriors.

    The Hawks are still yet to provide an update on Anderson's timetable, but there has not been any indication that he will be ready to play anytime soon.

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  • Hawks' Dewayne Dedmon: Out Tuesday

    Dedmon (personal) has been listed as out for Tuesday's game against Denver, Brad Rowland of Uproxx reports.

    It's still unclear exactly why Dedmon is out but it is likely the Hawks are giving him all the time he needs to work through whatever is going on. The big man will have an opportunity to take the court next on Thursday in Denver, but until more is known there isn't a definite timeframe for his return.

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  • Hawks' DeAndre' Bembry: Fills out stat sheet off bench

    Bembry supplied nine points (3-6 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 3-4 FT), five rebounds and two assists across 16 minutes in the Hawks' 107-106 loss to the Lakers on Sunday.

    Bembry was typically solid off the bench, an encouraging trend that he's kept up in the majority of games this season. The 24-year-old wing is aptly capable of stuffing the stat sheet in relatively modest allotments of playing time, constantly affording him solid value in deeper formats and as a cost-effective DFS option. Factoring in Sunday's production, Bembry is averaging new high-water marks in points (8.2), rebounds (5.1), assists (2.3), steals (1.2) and three-point percentage (37.9) across a career-high 24.5 minutes.

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  • Hawks' Alex Len: Double-doubles in narrow loss

    Len managed 17 points (8-16 FG, 1-4 3Pt), 11 rebounds, one assist and one steal across 27 minutes in the Hawks' 107-106 loss to the Lakers on Sunday.

    Len was a force down low against one of the most vulnerable teams in the league against centers in the Lakers. Sunday's strong effort aside, the 25-year-old continues to struggle a bit with consistency, as his first double-double of November was preceded by a pair of single-digit point tallies. Len does continue to hold down the starting job at the five over Dewayne Dedmon, but that's only affording him a relatively modest 23.7 minutes per contest.

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  • Hawks' Trae Young: Strong line despite late-game failure

    Young finished with 20 points (8-18 FG, 4-8 3Pt), 12 assists, two rebounds, one steal and one block across 35 minutes in the Hawks' 107-106 loss to the Lakers on Sunday.

    Young's line was stellar overall, but he was stuffed by Tyson Chandler on a would-be game-winning layup with under a second, sealing the Lakers' victory. Young now has four double-doubles in six November games, and he's reached the 20-point mark in two of those contests. The 20-year-old has stepped up his efforts as a facilitator in the new month, as he's upped his assists average from October's 6.6 to an impressive 10.0.

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  • Hawks' Kent Bazemore: Offsets strong line with key technical

    Bazemore delivered 21 points (7-12 FG, 3-5 3Pt, 4-4 FT), four rebounds, three assists, five steals and one block across 33 minutes in the Hawks' 107-106 loss to the Lakers on Sunday.

    Bazemore's scoring total was second on the team for the night, but he partly sullied his strong overall line with a key foul. The 29-year-old was called for a technical for yelling at the referees following a Kyle Kuzma game-tying layup with 1:34 to go, and the Lakers forward made the resulting free throw to give Los Angeles a 105-104 lead at the time. Bazemore otherwise continued his stellar play Sunday, posting his best scoring total since Oct. 24 and recording a season high in steals. His 58.3 percent success rate from the floor -- which included a 60.0 percent tally from three-point range -- qualified as his fifth such tally over six November games.

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  • Hawks' Taurean Prince: Strong all-around line in narrow loss

    Prince registered 21 points (9-13 FG, 5-8 3Pt), seven rebounds, one assist and two steals across 35 minutes in the Hawks' 107-106 loss to the Lakers on Sunday.

    Prince's scoring total was a team high on a night when the Hawks fell just short of a win. The 24-year-old wing was exceedingly sharp from the field, as his 69.2 percent success rate -- which included a 62.5 percent tally from three-point range -- both qualified as season highs. Despite Atlanta's dim prospects from a team perspective during this rebuilding season, Prince's typically well-rounded stat lines continue to be a positive for both the franchise and fantasy owners.

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  • Hawks' Justin Anderson: Remains out Sunday

    Anderson (leg) will not play Sunday against the Lakers, Kevin Chouinard of the Hawks' official site reports.

    Anderson continues to recover from left leg surgery. His next chance to play is Tuesday against the Warriors.

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  • Hawks' Dewayne Dedmon: Out Sunday vs. Lakers

    Dedmon is out for Sunday's game against the Lakers, Kevin Chouinard of the Hawks' official site reports.

    It's not immediately clear why Dedmon is out, but it could be a rest day for the veteran. Miles Plumlee could see some extra run in his stead.

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  • Hawks' Jeremy Lin: Pours in 19 points off bench

    Lin registered 19 points (5-9, 2-4 3Pt, 7-7 FT), four assists, three rebounds and three steals in 22 minutes off the bench Friday in the Hawks' 124-109 loss to the Pistons.

    With Atlanta trailing by 20 points after one quarter and 23 points at halftime, coach Lloyd Pierce restricted the playing time for most of his starters, including point guard Trae Young (23 minutes). Young's limited run paved the way for Lin to run the offense for most of the night, with the veteran coming through with his third outing with at least 19 points in five games. Lin hasn't topped 24 minutes in any game this season and probably won't see his opportunities pick up with Young entrenched as a starter, but the 30-year-old's high usage rate on the second unit could continue to allow him to post useful numbers.

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  • Hawks' Miles Plumlee: Shoots efficiently off bench

    Plumlee poured in a season-high 14 points (7-8 FG, 0-2 FT) to go with four rebounds, one assist and one block across 17 minutes off the bench Friday in the Hawks' 124-109 loss to the Pistons.

    Coach Lloyd Pierce limited starting center Alex Len to just eight minutes due to the center's poor play, leaving more playing time available for Plumlee and fellow reserve big man Dewayne Dedmon. Both centers delivered quality production in relief of Len, but Dedmon is the more likely candidate to enter the starting five if Pierce elects to remove Len from his starting role. Plumlee hadn't been a consistent rotation option for Atlanta prior to Friday, appearing in only six of the team's first 11 contests.

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  • Hawks' Omari Spellman: Notches second straight double-double

    Spellman put up 14 points (5-10, 2-5 3Pt, 2-2 FT), 10 rebounds and one steal across 27 minutes Friday in the Hawks' 124-109 loss to the Pistons.

    Spellman drew his fourth straight start at power forward and seems to be settling in nicely on the top unit, as Friday's performance marked his second consecutive double-double. Though the rookie's fantasy value will likely take a significant hit once John Collins (ankle) is ready to make his season debut, Spellman could be worth a flier while he continues to make the most of his increased opportunities. He's shown a diverse skill set over the past two games with averages of 16.0 points, 10.0 boards, 2.5 treys, 2.0 assists, 1.5 blocks and 1.0 steal across 27.5 minutes.

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Team Statistical Rankings

PTS/G OPP PTS/G
Team 108.9
(20th)
117.7
(29th)

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