The close of the 2018 NBA Draft on Thursday night made for the perfect time for various media outlets to name its winners and losers from the scene in Brooklyn. Here’s how the Atlanta Hawks graded out after what was a wild night for the franchise.
Thursday was a busy night for the Atlanta Hawks, as they were wheeling and dealing throughout the 2018 NBA Draft. Now that the draft is over, here’s a look at the moves the Hawks made and the three players added to the franchise.
Atlanta Braves general manager Alex Anthopoulos discussed his vision for handling the MLB trade deadline on July 31. Anthopoulos explained the most important factor in any trades is the amount of prospects the team would have to give up.
Georgia's Rose Bowl win has been nominated for the ESPYS’ “Game of the Year” award. The victory over Oklahoma is nominated alongside the Houston Astros’ Game 5 victory and the United States women’s hockey team’s victory over Canada in the Olympics.
Former Georgia tight end Benjamin Watson and fellow NFL players Doug Baldwin, Anquan Boldin and Malcolm Jenkins co-wrote a New York Times opinion piece titled, 'President Trump, Here’s Whom You Should Pardon.' The article addresses prison reform.
Several members of the Atlanta Falcons praised rookie wide receiver Calvin Ridley. Ridley, the former Alabama Crimson Tide playermaker, was drafted by the Falcons with the 26th overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft.
Athlon Sports released its preseason All-America team. The list, which includes 108 players split between four teams, had 22 players from the Big Ten, 21 from the SEC and 19 from the ACC. The team was put together based on 2018 projections.
Three Atlanta Braves players — first baseman Freddie Freeman, outfielder Nick Markakis and shortstop Ozzie Albies — lead their positions in the fan vote. In all, seven Atlanta Braves appear in at least the top six in voting at their position.
Falcons beat writer D. Orlando Ledbetter offered his take on Julio Jones. While Ledbetter did say he believes a reworked contract for Jones will ultimately come to pass, he made it clear Jones’ actions have affected his relationship with the team.
Four-star wide receiver Keveon Mullins (Memphis) announced his final four schools. The 6-3, 210-pound Mullins has Georgia, Louisville, Memphis and South Carolina as his top schools. Mullins is rated the 11th-best player in Tennessee.
Four-star offensive tackle Xavier Truss committed to Georgia on Father’s Day. The 6-8, 350-pound Truss is considered the best player in Rhode Island and the 15th overall offensive tackle, per 247Sports. Experts expected Truss to commit to Penn State.