blkbigdog35

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  1. Well I never feel like we should just quit because that's a punk mentality. I don't suggest we blow up the team but we have to start infusing some real young talent. Personally getting an experienced GM could keep this team competitive. However I will still be watching these boys in hopes they can get competitive for a final run.
  2. Bud is stubborn as **** with the rotation
  3. Thats why we need good backup pg
  4. Nique has been mentioning that alot the past few games.
  5. Yeah I believe there is a disconnect for sure. Coach Bud needs to focus on coaching the guys who want to listen and play.
  6. GM most definitely has to be the top priority
  7. I totally agree. I would actually try to keep THJ if his asking price is right. Sap is not worth what he is looking for. I like prince and bembry but we need another pg for sure to push Dennis. I don't have much faith in this current roster making noise in the playoffs but hey they could turn it around
  8. Justin Patton projected to Atlanta Hawks in CBS mock draft 5 Another interesting big man to ponder. by Brad Rowland@BTRowland Mar 23, 2017, 10:00am EDT TWEET SHARE PIN REC Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports There is a growing theme emerging with regard to the Atlanta Hawks and 2017 mock drafts, at least to this point. The Hawks have been linked to both John Collins and Zach Collins in recent weeks and, recently, another young, talented big man was projected to land in Atlanta by a prominent mock. Howard Megdal of CBS Sports links Creighton center Justin Patton to the Hawks at No. 20 overall and his rationale is as follows: Few are better equipped to mold the raw Marcus Camby-like athleticism into a productive two-way center than Mike Budenholzer, who can groom him to take over the starting spot by the time Dwight Howard’s contract ends. Patton was not “supposed” to be a one-and-done player but the 7-footer emerged in a big way for Creighton this season and he might even fall within the lottery once late June arrives. With that in mind, Patton is both athletic and highly skilled to the point where a future projection as a starting-level center isn’t out of the question. Given the recent track record (especially in 2016) of the Hawks, the widespread focus on big men is a bit surprising but this draft does boast a great deal of high-upside talent at the position. It remains to be seen what Atlanta will do but an athletic big man in the mold of Patton or Zach Collins would not be a bad addition, almost regardless of free agent direction in July.
  9. SMH doesn't look like he's listening
  10. I like it Brother!! Jones, Reddick and Campbell damm that would be a helluva LB corp!!!
  11. Julio Jones 'on schedule' after foot surgery, expects to be ready for camp Vaughn McClure ESPN.com Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones didn’t share any details about his March 6 foot surgery, but Jones did say he expects to be ready for training camp, as the team initially announced. Jones had a bunion removed on his left foot after the injury nagged him during the season. He wore a walking boot Tuesday while unveiling the name of his new business development -- "Ariston," which is Greek for "the best" -- a complex that will include a residential area, entertainment district, office space and hotels. "I feel great," Jones told ESPN. "Everything is on schedule, and we’ll be ready to go." After the surgery, the team announced Jones would be sidelined for four to five months, which would take him right up to the start of training camp in late July. Jones was asked why such a long timetable followed what was referred to as a "minor" procedure. "I don’t know," Jones said. "They just said that. I really don’t know." Jones missed two games late last season as a result of the injury but played in all three postseason contests, including the Super Bowl. He finished last season with 83 receptions for 1,409 yards with six touchdowns. In three playoff games, Jones had 19 catches for 334 yards and three touchdowns.
  12. Agreed, I can foresee this team having a top 5 offense and a top 10 defense Guys will be hungry!!
  13. I know he's looking for security but damm.
  14. Well don't know how true this is!