• Hawks make change, go bigger for Game 3

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Apr 28, 2013
    This time, the Hawks didn't back down. If and when the Hawks lose this series, Hawks? fans ? the few, the proud ? will ask the same question. The Hawks are glad they did, though Johnson has struggled at times to keep his emotions in check. Game 4 in the best-of-seven series is Monday night in Atlanta, where the Hawks have won 12 straight over the Pacers dating to 2006. Now the Hawks believe they?ve found something, specifically the big lineup that features Johan Petro at center instead of Kyle Korver on the wing. He was sent home last season for conduct detrimental to the team and, judging by the ominous stare he flashes anytime things don't go his way, he always seems on the verge of crossing the line again. ?Tweet this,? he said. ?They?re soft. Soft.?
    Source: nba.com
    • Rugged Johnson gives Hawks bulk against Pacers

      When Ivan Johnson is banging around in the lane and staring down opponents, the Atlanta Hawks are a different team.
      Source: nba.com
  • Bob Kravitz: Why can't the Pacers win in Atlanta?

    I'd like to blame it all on Cheetah's. Or the Pink Pony. Or Magic City, or any one of those other places in Buckhead or around the ATL where young men with money and free time are likely to hang out until the wee hours of the night.
    Source: indystar.com
    • Bob Kravitz: Hawks reveal Pacers soft side with Game 3 rout

      Larry Bird just called. 'Tweet this,' he said. 'They're soft. S-O-F-T. Soft.' OK, the former Indiana Pacers coach and president did not call.
      Source: indystar.com
    • Horford leads Hawks to Game 3 rout of Pacers

      Al Horford had 26 points and 16 rebounds as the Atlanta Hawks turned things around dramatically in their playoff series against Indiana, blowing out the Pacers 90-69 in Game 3 Saturday night.
      Source: ESPN.com

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