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'I'm thinking about dominating the paint': How Clint Capela has anchored the surging Hawks


'I'm thinking about dominating the paint': How Clint Capela has anchored the surging Hawks
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SHORTLY AFTER DRAFTING him No. 25 in 2014, Houston Rockets officials took Clint Capela to a Houston Astros baseball game -- their usual initiation for draftees.
Capela had just turned 20, and was sensitive about his ability to communicate in English. He grew up in foster care in Switzerland before moving to France as a teenager to pursue basketball.
He had no idea what was going on in the game. Houston staffers explained balls and strikes. Just as Capela was getting it, one pitcher whipped the ball to first base -- a pick-off move. Why suddenly throw to a new place?

NBA: Western Conference leading Suns square off with Atlanta

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Atlanta; Wednesday, 5 p.m. MST
FANDUEL SPORTSBOOK LINE: Suns -1.5; over/under is 227.5
BOTTOM LINE: The Atlanta Hawks take on the Western Conference-leading Phoenix Suns.
The Hawks have gone 20-11 in home games. Atlanta is 23-10 against opponents under .500.
The Suns are 22-9 on the road. Phoenix is 25-9 against opponents over .500.
The teams play for the second time this season. The Suns won the last meeting 117-110 on March 30. Devin Booker scored 21 points to help lead Phoenix to the victory.
TOP PERFORMERS: Trae Young is shooting 43.3% and averaging 25.5 points. Kevin Huerter is averaging 11.1 points and 1.5 steals over the last 10 games for Atlanta.

Suns vs. Hawks, 5/5/21 NBA Fantasy News & Betting Predictions


Suns vs. Hawks NBA Prediction
The Suns and Hawks will meet at State Farm Arena on Wednesday night, with the tip-off set for 8:00 p.m. ET. With tonight's game turn into a defensive struggle in Atlanta?
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8:00 p.m. ET, Wednesday, May 5, 2021
Venue: State Farm Arena, Atlanta, GA
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Devin Booker hit 14-of-27 shots and a 3-pointer for 31 points, six rebounds, five assists, a steal and zero turnovers in 40 minutes of Tuesday's overtime win against the Cavaliers. Booker, Mikal Bridges, Deandre Ayton, Chris Paul and Frank Kaminsky all hit double digits in the scoring column for the Suns as they ran away from the Cavs in overtime. They play in Altanta on Wednesday night and it will be interesting to see if the Suns run the starters big minutes in that one after everyone played a ton of minutes tonight. Given that the Suns now hold the No. 1 seed in a tie breaker over the Jazz in the West, there's a good chance they keep trying to win every game in hopes of securing the No. 1 seed heading into the playoffs.

Suns visit Hawks as playoffs loom

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Suns visit Hawks as playoffs loom
Field Level Media
05 May 2021, 22:55 GMT+10
A couple of nice streaks will be on the line when the Phoenix Suns visit the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday night in a game that features two teams on the verge of the playoffs.
Phoenix (47-18) has won five straight after beating Cleveland 134-118 in overtime on Tuesday night. That victory allowed the Suns to move back into a tie with Utah for first place in the Western Conference.
"It is what it is at this point in the season trying to pile up wins," Phoenix veteran Chris Paul said of his team, which already has clinched a playoff berth.

Young expects McMillan to be Hawks coach in 2021-22

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While Young is right that the decision won’t ultimately be up to him, Hawks management will likely take the All-Star guard’s opinion into account when determining what’s next for McMillan.

Game Preview: The Suns look to sweep season series from the Hawks

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Phoenix also seeks to extend their win streak to six games

Danilo Gallinari, Bodgan Bogdanovic lead Atlanta Hawks past Portland Trail Blazers

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Gallinari, Bogdanovic lead Hawks past Trail Blazers
Danilo Gallinari made seven 3-pointers and finished with 28 points, leading the Atlanta Hawks to a 123-114 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers in a matchup Monday night of teams battling for playoff positioning in their respective conferences.
The Canadian Press
Damian Lillard Bogdan Bogdanovic
, The Canadian Press
ATLANTA — Danilo Gallinari made seven 3-pointers and finished with 28 points, leading the Atlanta Hawks to a 123-114 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers in a matchup Monday night of teams battling for playoff positioning in their respective conferences.
The Hawks snapped Portland's four-game winning streak, which had come entirely on the road.

Gallinari, Bogdanovic lead Hawks past Trail Blazers 123-114

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ATLANTA (AP) — Danilo Gallinari made seven 3-pointers and finished with 28 points, leading the Atlanta Hawks to a 123-114 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers in a matchup Monday night of teams battling for playoff positioning in their respective conferences.
The Hawks snapped Portland’s four-game winning streak, which had come entirely on the road.
Atlanta came into the night tied for fifth in the Eastern Conference, with the Trail Blazers holding the same spot in the West. Both teams are looking to avoid dropping as low as seventh, which would force them into the play-in tournament.
After getting in early Monday from Boston, where they beat the Celtics the previous night, the Trail Blazers were forced from the hotel rooms for about a half-hour by a tornado warning in Atlanta.

Hawks End Blazers Winning Streak In Atlanta | NBC Sports Northwest Rip City Radio 620 | Rip City Drive with Travis and Chad

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By Chad Doing
May 4, 2021
----- Danilo Gallinari scored 28 points and pulled down eight rebounds as the Atlanta Hawks end the Portland Trail Blazers four-game winning streak with a 123-114 victory Monday night at State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia.
Trail Blazers streak ends in Atlanta!
Danilo Gallinari scored 28 points and Trae Young added 21 points and 11 assists as the Atlanta Hawks ended the Portland Trail Blazers four-game winning streak with a 123-114 win Monday night at State Farm Arena in Atlanta Georgia.
Gallinari connected on 7-of-10 from three-point range and Bogdan Bogdanovic scored 25 points on 7-of-14 shooting from downtown as the Hawks connected on 20 of their 41 shots from beyond-the-arc. Atlanta shot 52.4% from the field.

Hawks' Overcome Lillard's Valiant Effort, Shoot Lights Out on Blazers

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Hawks’ Overcome Lillard’s Valiant Effort, Shoot Lights Out on Blazers
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Facing the Atlanta Hawks in the fifth game of a six-game road swing on Monday night, the Portland Trail Blazers covered their usual “bingo board” towards a victory. They got big performances from Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum. Carmelo Anthony made history. They hit 17 three-pointers. Unfortunately for Portland, those three haymakers weren’t enough to knock out the Hawks. Thanks to standout performances from Danilo Gallinari and Bogdan Bogdanovic, Atlanta was able to pull away late for a 123-114 victory.

Lillard Comes Up Big, but Blazers Still Fall to Hawks

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Lillard Comes Up Big, but Blazers Still Fall to Hawks
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The Portland Trail Blazers faced the Atlanta Hawks on Monday night looking to keep an improbably-great late-season road trip pristine at 5-0. Unfortunately, that wasn’t destined to be. Portland came out of the gate flat-footed and never really recovered. Throughout the game, their defense looked closer to pre-road-trip than perfection. Scoring by Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum kept them in it for three quarters. Every time the Blazers got down, their starting guards would engineer a flurry to bring them back. But in the end, they couldn’t overcome 20-41 three-point shooting from Atlanta, falling 123-114

Davis stars as Lakers halt losing run, assists galore for Westbrook

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Los Angeles Lakers forward Anthony Davis celebrates after the Lakers defeated the Denver Nuggets 93-89 in a NBA basketball game Monday, May 3, 2021, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill).
The Los Angeles Lakers ended their three-game losing run despite being without LeBron James as they defeated the Denver Nuggets 93-89 in the NBA on Monday.
Anthony Davis scored 25 points for the Lakers with seven rebounds and a crucial last-gasp block on Nuggets guard Facundo Campazzo's three-point attempt.
The Lakers, who had lost six of their past seven coming in, were undermanned with James sitting out with a sore right ankle, while Dennis Schroder was absent too.

NBA roundup: Pacers reach record heights in rout

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NBA roundup: Pacers reach record heights in rout
Field Level Media
02 May 2021, 18:05 GMT+10
Domantas Sabonis had 26 points, 19 rebounds and a career-high 14 assists to lead the Indiana Pacers to a 152-95 blowout win over the host Oklahoma City Thunder on Saturday.
The result was a home team's largest margin of defeat in NBA history. The Pacers' 152 points were the most in franchise history since the team moved to the NBA in 1976-77. The 57-point margin was the largest loss in Thunder franchise history.
Indiana flirted with the largest margin in NBA history -- Cleveland's 68-point win over Miami in December 1991 -- with the Pacers leading by as many as 67 in the fourth quarter.

10 storylines to follow as season enters final 2 weeks

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10 storylines to follow as season enters final 2 weeks
There is plenty still to be decided down the stretch, from scoring champ to playoff positioning to the major award winners.
Shaun Powell
May 3, 2021 12:06 AM
The race between Stephen Curry and Bradley Beal for the scoring title could come down to the final day of the season.
Behold, the final month of the NBA regular season, which will look different than usual and not just because it’s taking place in May. Thanks to the newly created Play-In Tournament, the level of drama has increased a level, creating a chance for a furious finish not normally seen previously.

Preview: Hawks, Blazers set for Monday night battle

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Preview: Hawks, Blazers set for Monday night battle
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Jaime Valdez-USA TODAY Sports
The Atlanta Hawks (35-30) will host the Portland Trail Blazers (36-28) Monday evening as both teams continue to jockey for playoff seeding in their respective conference. Coming into play, the Hawks sit as the No. 5 seed in the Eastern Conference. They have the same record as the Miami Heat, but hold the tiebreak over them due to winning the season series 2-1.
Portland was now won four in a row after a brief skid in April, but they will be on the second half of a back-to-back after beating the Boston Celtics on Sunday. The Trail Blazers are the No. 6 seed in the West, and will be hungry to continue their roll towards the finish line to avoid the play-in.

Could Beal & Westbrook both make the All-NBA Team this season?

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It is no secret that both Bradley Beal and Russell Westbrook have to be playing at a very high level for the Washington Wizards to have a shot at the NBA Playoffs. The Wizards are currently 10th in the Eastern Conference, good enough for a play-in appearance, largely due to their play.
Beal until very recently was the NBA’s leading scorer at 31.0 points per game, where he’s just a little behind Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry. He is also averaging 4.7 rebounds and 4.5 assists per game, both respectable statistics in their own right.

NBA power rankings roundup: Week 20

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NBA power rankings roundup: Week 20
Taking a look at where the Hawks rank in this week’s power ranking roundup.
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Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports
As we get closer to the playoffs, the Atlanta Hawks look to recover from injuries and fight for home court advantage in the first round. The Hawks had difficult two-game set against Philadelphia, but eventually broke the losing streak against the Chicago Bulls on Saturday.
This condensed season is coming close to an end but playoff standings are still in play. For now, let’s take a look at where Atlanta falls in this week’s power rankings roundup.

Pre-Gamin': Bulls at Hawks (7:00 CT) – Lineups, Broadcast Info, Game Thread (UPDATE: Vucevic Ruled Out)

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5. Clint Capela
Injury Report: De’Andre Hunter OUT (knee), Cam Reddish OUT (Achillies), Kevin Huerter QUESTIONABLE (shoulder), Bogdan Bogdanovic QUESTIONABLE (hamstring)
What to Watch For …
•   Head coach Billy Donovan announced that Nikola Vucevic will be available for tonight’s game despite some right adductor tightness. While the game will be an uphill battle even with him in the lineup, the Bulls would have stood practically zero chance without him on the floor. The Hawks are the league’s 9th-best rebounding team thanks to the strong play of center Clint Capela. The big man averages a league-high 14.3 rebounds per game, so to say Vucevic’s own rebounding ability is needed would be an understatement. Vooch has averaged 14.6 rebounds over the team’s last five games to go along with 22 points.

Trae Young, Atlanta Hawks snap three-game slide, beat Chicago Bulls

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Young, Hawks snap three-game slide, beat Bulls
Trae Young scored 33 points, Clint Capela had 20 points and 11 rebounds and the Atlanta Hawks snapped a three-game slide with a 108-97 victory over the undermanned Chicago Bulls on Saturday night.
The Canadian Press
Trae Young, Daniel Theis
, The Canadian Press
ATLANTA — Trae Young scored 33 points, Clint Capela had 20 points and 11 rebounds and the Atlanta Hawks snapped a three-game slide with a 108-97 victory over the undermanned Chicago Bulls on Saturday night.
Playing without their two best players — Zach LaVine and Nikola Vucevic — the Bulls took their first double-digit lead on Thaddeus Young’s tip shot in the first minute of the third quarter.

Trae Young leads Hawks past fading Bulls

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Trae Young leads Hawks past fading Bulls
Field Level Media
02 May 2021, 12:55 GMT+10
Trae Young scored 33 points while Clint Capela and John Collins each recorded double-doubles to lead the host Atlanta Hawks to a 108-97 victory over the Chicago Bulls on Saturday night.
The Hawks (35-30) snapped a three-game losing streak and took sole possession of fifth place in the Eastern Conference a half-game ahead of the idle Boston Celtics. Atlanta also pulled to within one game of the idle fourth-place New York Knicks.
The Hawks swept the season series and beat the Bulls for the second time in 22 days as Young shot 9-for-14 from the field including 11-for-12 from the free throw line. Young also had seven assists.

Enhanced Box Score: Hawks 108, Bulls 97 – May 1st, 2021

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Look, I’m just surprised the Bulls didn’t end up like the Oklahoma City Thunder (who lost 152-95 … yes, you read that right).
Without Zach LaVine and Nikola Vucevic on the floor tonight, Chicago was at least able to keep up its newfound trend of playing hard. Yes, it resulted in another loss, but I’d much rather watch a team that looks like they care than the alternative. In fact, the Bulls cared so much that they walked into the locker room at halftime with a 63-54 lead.
However, as it usually tends to go when the opposing team has the obvious talent advantage, the Hawks eventually took control. After the Bulls scored 37 points in the 2nd quarter, the Hawks’ 10th-ranked offense took care of business in the second half. Atlanta went on a quick 17-2 run to open up the third quarter, eventually outscoring Chicago 28-12 in the frame. From there, it was pretty much smooth sailing behind Trae Young’s 33 points and 7 assists.

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