NBA
Atlanta Hawks Record: 48-34
2nd in Southeast
Home: Philips Arena, Atlanta, Georgia
Capacity: 18,729
Active Injuries
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Injury History
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Aug 14, 2016Tiago SplitterOUTHipSplitter (hip) expects to be ready to go for training camp, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Splitter struggled with hip problems all of last season, and is still recovering from a February hip surgery. The big man is set to be the backup center behind the newly-acquired Dwight Howard. Splitter originally wasn’t sure if he’d be able to return by the start of the season, so it’s encouraging progress to see him recovering fairly quickly enough to be ready for the Hawks’ upcoming training camp.
Aug 2, 2016Jarrett JackOUTKneeJack said Tuesday that his surgically-repaired right knee is at about “80 percent,” Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Jack is roughly seven months into his recovery from a torn ACL, and at this point he remains optimistic that he’ll be ready when training camp opens in October. The veteran joined the Hawks this offseason on a one-year deal for the veteran’s minimum, and expectations will be relatively mild given his age (he’ll turn 33 on Oct. 28) and injury situation. Dennis Schroder is poised to take over as the starting point guard, but Jack currently projects as the top backup, and he could also see time off the ball at the other guard spot.
Aug 1, 2016Jarrett JackOUTKneeJack (knee) recently suggested that he’s about a month away from resuming full-contact workouts, ESPN.com’s Mike Mazzeo reports.Jack is seven months into his recovery from a torn ACL and seems to be progressing as expected to this point. The 32-year-old doesn’t believe he’s at risk of missing the start of the upcoming season, though the Hawks could very well limit him in training camp so as to avoid a setback. He’s tentatively slated to open his first season in Atlanta as the backup to Dennis Schroder, who will join the starting lineup following the offseason trade that sent Jeff Teague to the Pacers.
Jul 27, 2016Jarrett JackOUTKneeJack’s rehabilitation is apparently going “very well,” but it’s uncertain if he’ll be ready to play at the start of the regular season, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.After he was waived by the Nets shortly before his contract for 2016-17 became guaranteed, Jack, who suffered a season-ending torn ACL last January, was brought in by the Hawks to serve as a veteran mentor to the 23-year-old Dennis Schroder, who will assume a full-time starting role for the first time in his career. Jack has been a capable backup or fill-in starter for most of his 12-year career, but the fact that he’s coming back from a major injury and is set to turn 33 before the season begins suggests the Hawks aren’t counting on him to play major minutes. If Jack’s recovery from the torn ACL stretches into the upcoming season, free-agent pickup Malcolm Delaney, who played in Russia in 2015-16, would likely open the year as Schroder’s top backup.
Jul 25, 2016Tiago SplitterOUTHipSplitter (hip) posted Friday on his personal Instagram account that he’s started to do some sprinting during the rehab process.Splitter had battled hip problems since last November, and after the pain became too much for him to bear, he underwent season-ending surgery in February. The center, who is in line to serve as the top backup to Dwight Howard when healthy, is now five months into his recovery, but isn’t projected to return to action until October. While the hip procedure will prevent Splitter from suiting up for Brazil when the country hosts the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in August, Splitter hasn’t given up hope that he’ll be ready to go for the start of the regular season.
Jul 10, 2016Jarrett JackOUTKneeJack (knee) agreed to a one-year minimum deal with the Hawks on Sunday, Shams Charania of the Vertical reports.Jack was waived by the Nets in late June after his season ended abruptly in January due to a torn ACL. He averaged 12.8 points, 7.4 assists, 4.3 rebounds, and 1.1 steals in 32 minutes per game. The veteran point guard will compete for time with Dennis Schroder and Tim Hardaway, and it seems unlikely he’ll get the playing time that he got with the Nets. Jack is expected to be ready to go by the beginning of the 2016-17 season.
Jun 13, 2016Tiago SplitterOUTHipSplitter (hip) is ahead of schedule in his rehab and expects to be ready for the start of the 2016-17 season, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. “I’ve started to jog. I’ve started to do some stuff on the court,” Splitter said. “I’ve started to get my strength back.”Splitter underwent season-ending hip surgery in late February, and his initial recovery timeline was eight months. He’s already started jogging and doing some on-court work, so it appears there’s a growing possibility he might be able to partake in training camp. If that’s the case, the Hawks could enter the upcoming campaign with more depth down low than anticipated.
Jun 9, 2016Jeff TeagueOUTKneecapTeague said he played all of the 2015-16 season with a tear in his patella.Teague claims that he was hampered all season, and he pulled it off without hurting his stock. He somehow still averaged 15.7 points, 6.0 assists, 2.7 rebounds, and 1.2 steals in 29 minutes per game, which are all very similar numbers to his 2014-15 season averages. The point guard also mentioned that he’s had the injury taken care of since the end of the season, so he should be expected to open 2016-17 at full strength.
May 7, 2016Jeff TeagueQues SunSuspensionTeague is questionable to play in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals as he is awaiting word on if he will be suspended.
May 7, 2016Thabo SefoloshaOUTElbowSefolosha, who is officially considered probable due to a left elbow laceration, will likely remain in the starting lineup for Game 4 against Cleveland, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.The Hawks inserted Sefolosha in place of Kyle Korver in Game 3, and while they led for most of the game, they were unable to overcome a late Cavs and ultimately fell 121-108. Sefolosha played 29 minutes, finishing with eight points while helping to defend LeBron James for much of the night. Coach Mike Budenholzer stopped short of committing to starting Sefolosha again in Game 4, but he implied that he’ll likely stick with the same alignment. “I think just the energy and good play that Thabo started the game with and the energy and good play that Kyle brought off the bench, I think we felt like that was a positive and something that we will consider between now and tomorrow,” Budenholzer said. “But I think overall that was, in our eyes, something that was a positive.”
Apr 28, 2016Jeff Teagueday-to-dayAnkleTeague left Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals with an ankle injury but is expected to return.
Apr 25, 2016Kent BazemoreProb TuesKneeBazemore has a knee injury but is expected to play in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals.
Apr 25, 2016Al HorfordProb TuesGroinHorford is expected to suit up for Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals despite a groin injury.
Apr 25, 2016Kent BazemoreOUTKneeBazemore (knee) is considered probable to play in Tuesday’s Game 5 against the Celtics, Chris Vivlamore of the Journal-Constitution reports.Bazemore has maintained the same designation for each of the previous four games of the series, so his status does not appear to be in much, if any, jeopardy as Tuesday’s matchup approaches. Expect Bazemore, who played a series-high 40 minutes in Game 4, to be available in his usual capacity as the Hawks look to re-take control of the series.
Apr 25, 2016Al HorfordOUTGroinHorford (groin) is considered probable for Tuesday’s Game 5 against the Celtics, Chris Vivlamore of the Journal-Constitution reports.Horford was also probably heading into Sunday’s Game 4 overtime loss in which he posted five points to go along with nine rebounds in 38 minutes. Barring a setback prior to game time on Tuesday, expect Horford to be right back in the starting lineup without any playing time limitations.
Apr 25, 2016Dennis SchroderProb TuesAnkleSchroder has an ankle injury but is expected to play in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals.
Apr 24, 2016Kent BazemoreProb SunKneeBazemore is expected to play in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals despite a knee injury.
Apr 24, 2016Dennis SchroderProb SunAnkleSchroder has an ankle injury but is expected to play in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals.
Apr 23, 2016Dennis SchroderOUTAnkleSchroder (ankle) is considered probable for Sunday’s Game 4 against Boston, KL Chouinard of Hawks.com reports.Schroder played through the ailment in Game 3, finishing with 20 points and two assists in 22 minutes. He didn’t appear to aggravate the injury, and at this point it seems unlikely that his status will be in any sort of serious jeopardy come Sunday night.
Apr 23, 2016Kent BazemoreOUTKneeBazemore is considered probable for Sunday’s Game 4 against the Celtics due to right knee stiffness, KL Chouinard of Hawks.com reports.Bazemore carried the same designation into Game 3 and scored 20 points in 34 minutes, so his status doesn’t appear to be in much jeopardy. Barring a setback, expect him to be available in his usual capacity Sunday.
Apr 23, 2016Al HorfordOUTGroinHorford (groin) is considered probable for Sunday’s Game 4 against the Celtics, Chris Vivlamore of the Journal-Constitution reports.Horford sustained a strained left groin in Friday’s Game 3 loss to Boston and finished with only eight points (4-10 FG) on the night, though he did add 13 rebounds, six assists, four blocks and two steals. While he may not be 100 percent with only one day off before Game 4, Horford appears intent on playing through any discomfort. Expect the center to be available in his usual capacity Sunday.
Apr 23, 2016Dennis SchroderOUTAnkleSchroder (ankle) posted 20 points (8-14 FG, 0-4 3Pt, 4-5 FT), two assists, and one rebound in 22 minutes during the Hawks’ 111-103 loss to the Celtics on Friday.Schroder exited Tuesday’s Game 2 with an ankle sprain, and then sat out of Thursday’s practice before taking part in Friday’s shootaround and ultimately suiting up for Game 3. Schroder’s treatment during the week seemed to do the trick, as he performed admirably in his 22 minutes on Friday, this after scoring only eight points in 31 minutes combined during the first two contests this series.
Apr 23, 2016Kent BazemoreOUTKneeBazemore (knee) tallied 20 points (8-19 FG, 2-8 3Pt, 2-3 FT), eight rebounds, two assists, and two steals in 34 minutes during the Hawks’ 111-103 loss to the Celtics on Friday.Bazemore has been listed as probable going into every game this postseason due to knee soreness. However, he continues to provide solid overall stats while rebounding the ball at an elite level as far as perimeter players go. So long as his knee holds up, Bazemore seems likely to keep playing heavy minutes for a Hawks team lacking much depth at wing.
Apr 22, 2016Dennis SchroderOUTAnkleSchroder (ankle) went through shootaround Friday morning, but remains questionable for Game 3 against the Celtics, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Schroder missed practice Thursday to get treatment on his sprained left ankle, so by participating in shootaround Friday, it appears he’s trending in the right direction. We likely won’t see a final decision on his status until closer to tip off, but he should continue to be considered questionable in the meantime. If Schroder is forced to sit out, Kirk Hinrich would likely see an elevated role as the back up to Jeff Teague at point guard.
Apr 22, 2016Dennis SchroderOUTAnkleSchroder (ankle) announced that he will play Friday for Game 3 against the Celtics, Chris Vivlamore of the AJC reports.Schroder sat out of practice earlier in the week after he left Game 2 with an ankle injury and missed the remainder of the contest. He has received treatment on his ankle throughout the week and was able to get through Friday’s shootaround without incident. He claims he will play Friday, and if that is indeed the case, Schroder figures to be one of the more heavily used Hawks off the bench.
Apr 21, 2016Dennis SchroderOUTAnkleSchroder didn’t practice Thursday while he received more treatment on his sprained left ankle, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Schroder is still expected to play in Friday’s Game 3 matchup with the Celtics, so it seems like his absence from practice Thursday was mainly for precautionary purposes. If active Friday, Schroder would likely take on his usual role as the top backup at point guard to starter Jeff Teague.
Apr 21, 2016Kent BazemoreProb FriKneeBazemore has stiffness in his right knee but is expected to suit up for Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals.
Apr 21, 2016Kent BazemoreOUTKneeBazemore (knee) is considered probable to play in Friday’s Game 3 against the Celtics, KL Chouinard of Hawks.com reports.Bazemore has maintained the same probable designation since the start of the series, but his availability has never been in serious jeopardy. The swingman is simply dealing with some soreness in his right knee, which at this point doesn’t appear to be worsening game-to-game. After a big Game 1 in which he posted 23 points (7-13 FG, 8-10 FT) and eight rebounds, Bazemore finished with only five points on 2-of-14 shooting in the Hawks’ Game 2 win Tuesday.
Apr 21, 2016Dennis SchroderOUTAnkleSchroder (ankle) is questionable for Friday’s game against the Celtics, Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe reports.After missing practice Thursday while receiving treatment for his sprained left ankle, Schroder has been downgraded to questionable to appear in Friday’s game. Though the missed practice could have signaled a precautionary measure to avoid further injury in a non-game setting, Schroder’s status should be kept a close eye on. Should Schroder miss Friday’s game, look for Kirk Hinrich to backup Jeff Teague at the point guard spot.
Apr 20, 2016Dennis SchroderQues FriAnkleSchroder has a left ankle injury and is questionable to play in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals.
Apr 20, 2016Dennis SchroderOUTAnkleSchroder has “made progress” since departing Tuesday’s Game 2 win over the Celtics with a left ankle injury, per coach Mike Budenholzer, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Budenholzer went on to downplay the injury, telling the assembled media that it’s “not something real serious.” That’s certainly good news for Hawks, who have two days off before heading to Boston for Game 3 on Friday. For now, Schroder should be considered day-to-day for the contest, but it appears he’s trending in the right direction as the next game approaches.
Apr 19, 2016Dennis SchroderOUTAnkleSchroder left Tuesday’s game against the Celtics with a left ankle injury and did not return, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Schroder left the game in the fourth quarter with a left ankle injury and did not return, finishing with eight points (3-6 FG, 2-2 FT), to go along with two rebounds and an assist. Schroder had an MRI performed following the game, which game back negative, so it appears he’s avoided anything serious. The Hawks don’t play again until Friday, but Schroder should be considered questionable for that outing until further information is provided.
Apr 18, 2016Kent BazemoreOUTKneeBazemore continues to deal with right knee stiffness but is considered probable to play in Game 2 against the Celtics on Tuesday, KL Chouinard of NBA.com reports.Bazemore received the same designation ahead of Game 1 but still ended up playing 34 minutes. The same result can be expected for Game 2, with the Hawks likely listing Bazemore on the injury report for precautionary reasons.
Apr 16, 2016Tim Hardaway Jr.OUTHamstringHardaway (hamstring) will be active and available to play in Saturday’s game against the Celtics, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Hardaway suffered a strained hamstring in Wednesday’s regular season finale and continues to deal with some lingering soreness. He’s being listed as active heading into Saturday’s matchup with the Celtics and will be available to play, although his projected playing time remains unclear. Considering there’s a chance he may not even get off the bench, it’s too much of a risk to use him in any fantasy formats.
Apr 16, 2016Tim Hardaway Jr.OUTHamstringHardaway (hamstring) will be a game-time call for Game 1 against the Celtics on Saturday, Chris Vivlamore of the Journal-Constitution reports.Hardaway remains limited by the hamstring strain, but coach Mike Budenholzer noted that he did “a little more” at shootaround Saturday morning. If Hardaway is cleared, he’ll likely see a minor role off the bench, but he’s not much of a fantasy consideration in most formats.
Apr 15, 2016Tim Hardaway Jr.OUTHamstringHardaway (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Saturday’s playoff opener against the Celtics, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Hardaway suffered a strained right hamstring in the Hawks’ regular season finale and is still dealing with some lingering effects. He was seen getting shots up at practice on Friday, which bodes well for his eventual availability. He’s currently listed as questionable, but we should see his status updated again following Saturday’s morning shootaround. Thabo Sefolosha and Kirk Hinrich would likely see increased minutes if Hardaway is held out, although the Hawks also recalled Lamar Patterson from the D-League earlier Friday for emergency backcourt depth as well.
Apr 15, 2016Kent BazemoreOUTKneeBazemore is dealing with right knee stiffness and is probable for Saturday, Atlanta Hawks’ writer KL Chouinard reports.It seems unlikely that Bazemore would miss Game 1 of the first round of the playoffs, but a final decision will likely be made after the team goes through shootaround on Saturday morning. He could see his minutes monitored because of the injury, in which case look for Thabo Sefolosha and Lamar Patterson to see increased action.
Apr 14, 2016Tim Hardaway Jr.OUTHamstringHardaway sustained a strained right hamstring in Wednesday’s regular season finale against Washington, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Hardaway departed the game due to the injury and was walking with a visible limp toward the locker room. The Hawks took the day off Thursday, so an update on the backup guard’s status is not expected until Friday afternoon, and it’s unclear if he’ll be cleared to play in Game 1 against the Celtics on Saturday. Regardless, despite taking on a larger role over the season’s second half, Hardaway remains a fringe option, at best, in daily formats.
Apr 14, 2016Tim Hardaway Jr.OUTHamstringHardaway had 13 points (4-7 FG, 3-3 3Pt, 2-2 FT), four rebounds, and one assist in 16 minutes during the Hawks’ 109-98 loss to the Wizards on Wednesday.Hardaway began working his way into the regular rotation during January, and he has only seen single-digit minutes four times since the turn of the new year. With that being said, 20 minutes is the most that he averaged in any individual month (March), and the Hawks could opt to tighten their rotation for the playoffs.
Apr 13, 2016Tim Hardaway Jr.day-to-dayHamstringHardaway Jr. sustained a strained hamstring and will not return Wednesday against the Wizards.
Apr 13, 2016Tim Hardaway Jr.Ques SatHamstringHardaway Jr. has a strained right hamstring injury and is questionable to play in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals.
Apr 9, 2016Kent BazemoreOUTKneeBazemore (knee) is considered questionable for Saturday’s game against the Celtics, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Coach Mike Budenholzer told the media that he’s “hopeful” Bazemore will return, but at this point the Old Dominion product may be trending toward a game-time decision. Bazemore did not play Thursday against Toronto due to a sore knee, but prior to that he’d averaged 36 minutes over the team’s previous two games. In his last outing against Phoenix on Thursday, Bazemore put up 17 points to go with nine rebounds and five assists.
Apr 9, 2016Kent BazemoreOUTKneeBazemore (knee) has been upgraded to probable for Saturday’s game against the Celtics.Bazemore missed Thursday’s win over the Raptors with a sore right knee, but it looks like he’s trending in the right direction as Saturday’s matchup approaches. Final confirmation likely won’t come until pregame warmups, but at this point it appears Bazemore will be available in his usual role.
Apr 7, 2016Kent BazemoreOUTKneeBazemore (knee) has been ruled out for Thursday’s game against the Raptors, Chris Vivlamore of the AJC reports.Despite being listed as probable earlier Thursday due to some stiffness in his right knee, Bazemore has been downgraded to out for the Hawks’ matchup with the Raptors. According to Vivlamore, the Hawks have not decided at this point who will move into the starting lineup in place of Bazemore. Thabo Sefolosha would be a logical replacement for Bazemore at small forward, but coach Mike Budenholzer could use Tim Hardaway Jr. to get a three guard lineup in the works as well. Bazemore’s next chance to return will come Saturday against the Celtics.
Apr 7, 2016Kent BazemoreOUTKneeBazemore is dealing with stiffness in his right knee and is considered probable for Thursday’s game against the Raptors, KL Chouinard of Hawks.com reports.The issue appears to be minor one for Bazemore, who ended up seeing 34 minutes during the Hawks’ previous game Tuesday versus the Suns. If Bazemore suffers some kind of setback prior to game time Thursday, Thabo Sefolosha figures to assume an increased role.
Apr 7, 2016Kent BazemoreOut ThursKneeBazemore will not play Thursday against the Raptors due to right knee stiffness.
Apr 7, 2016Kent BazemoreProb SatKneeBazemore has some right knee stiffness but is expected to play Saturday against the Celtics.
Apr 7, 2016Kent BazemoreQues SatKneeBazemore is questionable to play Saturday against the Celtics due to right knee stiffness.
Apr 4, 2016Mike MuscalaQues SatPersonalMuscala is dealing with a personal matter and is questionable for Saturday’s game against the Celtics.
Apr 4, 2016Mike MuscalaQues ThursPersonalMuscala is dealing with a personal matter and is questionable for Thursday’s game against the Raptors.
Apr 4, 2016Mike MuscalaProb TuesPersonalMuscala is dealing with a personal issue but is expected to play Tuesday against the Suns.
Apr 2, 2016Kent BazemoreProb TuesWristBazemore is expected to play Tuesday against the Suns despite an injured wrist.
Apr 2, 2016Kent BazemoreQues TuesWristBazemore is questionable to play Tuesday against the Suns due to an injured wrist.
Mar 29, 2016Thabo SefoloshaProb WedAnkleSefolosha continues to deal with right ankle stiffness but is expected to play Wednesday against the Raptors.
Mar 29, 2016Thabo SefoloshaOUTAnkleSefolosha (ankle) is listed as probable for Wednesday’s matchup with the Raptors, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Sefolosha has been dealing with stiffness in his right ankle the past few days, but played through the injury in Monday’s victory over the Bulls. It looks like Sefolosha will be ready to play come Wednesday, so consider his presence on the injury report more precautionary than anything.
Mar 28, 2016Thabo SefoloshaQues MonAnkleSefolosha is questionable to play Monday against the Bulls due to right ankle stiffness.
Mar 28, 2016Thabo SefoloshaOUTAnkleSefolosha is considered questionable for Monday’s game against the Bulls due to right ankle stiffness.Sefolosha has occasionally been rested this season after undergoing surgery on his right leg last year, so him landing on Monday’s injury report with ankle stiffness doesn’t denote a new ailment. That being said, Sefolosha didn’t play in Saturday’s win over the Pistons, potentially putting him in line for another day off Monday. While Sefolosha’s status ultimately won’t be known until closer to tipoff, Kent Bazemore and Tim Hardaway appear poised for more extended run.
Mar 26, 2016Paul MillsapOUTHeadMillsap suffered a laceration on his head during the fourth quarter Saturday’s game against the Hawks and is doubtful to return, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Millsap sustained the injury when he accidentally butted heads with the Pistons’ Aron Baynes, resulting in Millsap drawing blood. He’ll require stitches to close to the wound, and with the Hawks owning a commanding lead at the time of his departure, it’s unlikely he’ll return to the court. Millsap was able to post a stellar stat line before existing, offering 23 points (8-14 FG, 3-4 3Pt, 4-5 FT), nine rebounds, five assists, four steals, and four blocks over 29 minutes. The Hawks should provide an update on Millsap’s condition prior to Monday’s game against the Bulls.
Mar 26, 2016Paul MillsapOUTHeadMillsap scored 14 points (7-16 FG, 0-1 3Pt) while adding 13 rebounds, three assists, three blocks and two steals in 34 minutes during Friday’s win over the Bucks.It’s his fourth double-double in the last six games and 26th of the season, putting him within striking distance of his career high of 30 set in 2013-2014. Millsap has also now recorded at least two blocks plus steals in 11 straight games and is averaging 15.6 points, 8.8 boards, 3.3 assists, 2.0 steals, 1.7 blocks and 0.6 threes in 13 March games, as he continues to be one of the most versatile big men in the game.
Mar 26, 2016Paul MillsapQues MonHeadMillsap left the last game after being struck in the head and is questionable to play Monday against the Bulls.
Mar 26, 2016Paul MillsapProb MonHeadMillsap left the last game after being struck in the head but is expected to play Monday against the Bulls.
Mar 22, 2016Dennis SchroderQues WedAnkleSchroder is questionable to play Wednesday against the Wizards due to an ankle injury.
Mar 22, 2016Dennis SchroderProb WedAnkleSchroder is expected to play Wednesday against the Wizards despite an ankle injury.
Mar 21, 2016Dennis SchroderOUTAnkleSchroder downplayed his ankle injury following Monday’s 18-minute outing against the Wizards, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.There’s no reason to doubt Schroder’s own prognosis of his ankle injury, so it seems that he’ll be available in normal fashion Wednesday when the Hawks finish out their home-and-home series with the Wizards.
Mar 18, 2016Kent BazemoreOUTKneeBazemore (knee) is listed as probable for Saturday’s game against the Rockets.Bazemore was also considered probable heading into Thursday’s game against Denver, but ultimately did not play, so his situation may be worth keeping an eye on despite the positive indications. If Bazemore indeed returns to the fold Saturday, he’d figure to reclaim his starting small forward position from Tim Hardaway Jr., who put up 21 points in Bazemore’s absence Thursday.
Mar 18, 2016Kent BazemoreProb SatKneeBazemore has a knee injury but is expected to play Saturday against the Rockets.
Mar 15, 2016Tiago SplitterOUTHipSplitter (hip) has begun his rehab program since undergoing season-ending surgery on Feb. 26, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Splitter faces an eight-month recovery timetable from the procedure, which will prevent him from playing for Brazil in the 2016 Summer Olympics and could put him at risk of missing the start of the 2016-17 season. He’s already beginning to ride an exercise bike and is only using one crutch to get around, but until he’s back on the court doing basketball-related activities, Splitter won’t be considered close to returning to action.
Mar 10, 2016Mike ScottOUTPersonalScott is attending to a personal matter and isn’t with the Hawks in advance of Thursday’s game against the Raptors, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Scott didn’t make the trip to Toronto, as he’s back in Atlanta awaiting the birth of his child. It seems safe to rule the forward out for Thursday’s game, meaning his next chance to play would be Saturday, when the Hawks return home to host the Grizzlies.
Mar 10, 2016Mike ScottQues SatPersonalScott is away from the team to tend to a personal matter and is questionable for Saturday’s game against the Grizzlies.
Mar 10, 2016Mike ScottOut ThursPersonalScott is away from the team to tend to a personal matter and will not play Thursday against the Raptors.
Feb 21, 2016Jeff TeagueProb MonWristTeague is expected to play Monday against the Warriors despite a wrist injury.
Feb 19, 2016Kirk HinrichOut FriAcquiredHinrich will not play Friday against the Heat after being acquired in a trade.
Feb 19, 2016Kirk HinrichOUTCoach’s DecisionHinrich will not play in Friday’s game against the Heat, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Hinrich will arrive in Atlanta on Friday but will not be ready in time to take the court against the Heat. It appears he’ll likely make his debut with the Hawks on Saturday, when they take on the Bucks. Look for Dennis Schroder to inherit the majority of the reserve point guard minutes on Friday night.
Feb 19, 2016Kirk HinrichQues SatAcquiredHinrich is questionable to play Saturday against the Bucks after being acquired in a trade.
Feb 17, 2016Tiago SplitterOUTHipSplitter (hip) will undergo season-ending surgery on Feb. 25, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. He’s expected to require eight months of recovery time.The Hawks announced Tuesday that Splitter’s season would be over due to the procedure, but the expected recovery timetable that was handed down Wednesday also ensures the Brazilian big man won’t be able to play in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. Moreover, the eight-month timetable suggests Splitter may not be completely healthy until mid-October, which could impact his availability for the start of the 2016-17 campaign. The 31-year-old finished his first season with the Hawks with averages of 5.6 points (on 52.3% shooting), 3.3 rebounds, and 0.8 assists across 16.1 minutes.
Feb 16, 2016Tiago SplitterOUTHipSplitter has elected to undergo season-ending surgery on his right hip, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Splitter has been nagged by the injury off and on this season, missing chunks of games periodically, including six consecutive contests leading up to the All-Star break. After seeking a second opinion, Splitter will undergo surgery, and while the Hawks haven’t released an official recovery timetable, the procedure will keep him sidelined through the end of the 2015-16 campaign. The Hawks are hopeful Splitter will be ready to go when training camp opens in the fall, but for the remainder of the season, it looks like Mike Muscala and Mike Scott will be tasked will assuming more frontcourt minutes off the bench.
Feb 10, 2016Tiago SplitterOUTHipSplitter hasn’t ruled out the possibility of undergoing surgery to address his sore right hip, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.After the Hawks opted to shut him down in order to rest through the All-Star break, Splitter sought a second opinion on his ailing hip earlier this week. The center is still in the information-gathering process to determine whether surgery or extended rest is the best method to rectify the issue, but the former option could possibly result in a premature end to the 31-year-old’s season. Regardless of what route Splitter chooses, it seems quite likely that he won’t be ready to play immediately after the break. Mike Muscala will continue to serve as the Hawks’ primary backup center while Splitter is sidelined.
Feb 8, 2016Tiago SplitterOUTHipSplitter will receive a second opinion this week on his injured right hip, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.The Hawks have already ruled Splitter out for the remainder of the first half, and the fact that he’s set to receive a second opinion suggests the team isn’t necessarily confident he’ll be back immediately after the break. Mike Muscala and Mike Scott will get more frequent run off the bench for as long as Splitter is out of commission.
Feb 1, 2016Tiago SplitterOut indefinitelyHipSplitter has been sidelined due to a hip injury and may opt for surgery which will keep him out for an extended period of time.
Feb 1, 2016Tiago Splitterout for seasonHipSplitter will miss the remainder of the season after he had surgery to repair a hip injury.
Jan 30, 2016Paul MillsapOUTAnkleMillsap (ankle) is listed as probable for Sunday’s game against Miami, Chris Vivlamore of the AJC reports.Millsap left Thursday’s game against the Pacers with a sprained left ankle and was unable to return, but after some down time, he has been upgraded to probable heading into Sunday. Tiago Splitter and Mike Scott saw increased playing time in Millsap’s absence Thursday, but they will likely return to their usual roles should Millsap play against the Heat.
Jan 28, 2016Paul MillsapOUTAnkleMillsap left Thursday’s game against the Pacers with a left ankle sprain and will not return, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Millsap suffered the injury in the first half of Thursday’s game and will finish the outing with four points (1-4 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 2-2 FT), five rebounds, a steal and a blocked shot over 13 minutes. The severity of the injury remains unclear at this point in time, but we should see his status updated following the game.
Jan 28, 2016Paul Millsapday-to-dayAnkleMilsap was forced from Thursday’s game against the Pacers due to a sprained left ankle and will not return.
Jan 28, 2016Paul MillsapQues SunAnkleMilsap was forced from the last game due to a sprained left ankle and is questionable to play Sunday against the Heat.
Jan 25, 2016Jeff TeagueProb MonAnkleTeague is expected to play against the Nuggets on Monday despite an ankle injury.
Jan 23, 2016Paul MillsapOUTPersonalMillsap will not be in attendance for Saturday’s game in Phoenix due to personal matters, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Millsap will not be able to play due to a family matter, but is expected to return to the team for Monday’s game versus the Nuggets. Al Horford is expected to slide down to the power forward slot, while Tiago Splitter takes over in the center role during Millsap’s absence. Mike Scott and Mike Muscala could see increased roles as well.
Jan 23, 2016Paul MillsapProb MonPersonalMillsap missed the last game to tend to a personal matter but is expected to return Monday against the Nuggets.
Jan 14, 2016Thabo SefoloshaOUTWristCoach Mike Budenholzer said he’s “hopeful” that Sefolosha (wrist) will be able to play Friday against the Bucks, KL Chouinard of Hawks.com reports.The wrist ailment has sidelined Sefolosha for the last two games, but his latest absence Wednesday against the Hornets may have been precautionary, as the swingman was listed as probable heading into game before spending the whole contest on the bench. Once he’s deemed fully healthy, Sefolosha will likely assume a 20-to-25 minute reserve role.
Jan 13, 2016Thabo SefoloshaOUTWristSefolosha (wrist) did not play in Wednesday’s game against the Hornets.Sefolosha was listed as probable despite his injury, but he never left the bench, and sat out for the second game in a row. It’s not clear if he miss further action, but his next chance to play will come Friday night in Milwaukee.
Jan 12, 2016Thabo SefoloshaOUTWristSefolosha (wrist) is listed as probable for Wednesday’s game against the Hornets, KL Chouinard of ATLHawks.com reports.Sefolosha took part in a workout during Monday’s practice and coach Mike Budenholzer indicated that he was “making progress”. Despite the previous uncertainty over his status, Sefolosha seemed to make enough progress into Tuesday, that he’s now expected to play against the Hornets after missing just one game with a sore wrist. His return to the court could cause Kent Bazemore to lose a few minutes.
Jan 11, 2016Jeff TeagueOUTAnkleTeague is nursing a sprained left ankle, but is probable to play Wednesday against the Hornets, KL Chouinard of Hawks.com reports.Teague rolled the ankle during the Hawks’ previous game Saturday against the Bulls, and while he was able to return to the contest, he was limited to 12 points and six assists over 25 minutes. Thanks to a three-day break in the team’s schedule, however, Teague doesn’t seem at much risk of missing Wednesday’s game, nor should he face any playing time restrictions.
Jan 11, 2016Thabo SefoloshaOUTWristSefolosha (wrist) was able to take part in a workout after Monday’s practice, with coach Mike Budenholzer indicating that the swingman was “making progress,” KL Chouinard of Hawks.com reports.Budenholzer said that Sefolosha was testing out his handle during the post-practice session, signaling that a long-term absence doesn’t appear to be in the offing. Sefolosha, who has missed just one game thus far due to sore right wrist, could potentially return to active duty in the Hawks’ next contest Wednesday versus the Hornets.
Jan 9, 2016Thabo SefoloshaOUTWristSefolosha will be a game-time decision Saturday versus the Bulls due to a sore wrist, KL Chouinard of Bucksetball.com reports.This is the first news we are hearing about Sefolosha’s wrist, so it is unclear when he sustained the injury. He was dealing with a sore ankle prior the Hawks previous game. However, the injury appears to be minor and he will be a game-time call Saturday. If he cannot go his next opportunity to play will be Wednesday in Charlotte.
Jan 9, 2016Thabo SefoloshaOUTWristSefolosha (wrist) will not play Saturday versus Chicago.It is unclear when Sefolosha injured his wrist, but he will be held out of Saturday’s game versus the Bulls because of it. He will have plenty of time to heal, as the Hawks will not play again until Wednesday versus Charlotte. Kent Bazemore should see a slightly heavier workload than usual in Sefolosha’s absence.
Jan 7, 2016Tiago SplitterOUTLegThe Hawks have listed Splitter (calf strain) as probable for Thursday’s game against the 76ers, KL Couinard of Hawks.com reports.Splitter strained his calf a week ago against the Knicks and has missed the last four games. It sounds like he’ll be good to go for Thursday, so he should absorb the minutes that have been going to Walter Tavares of late.
Jan 6, 2016Tiago SplitterOUTLegSplitter (leg) is considered questionable to play Thursday against the 76ers, KL Chouinard of Hawks.com reports.Splitter tweaked his right calf last Saturday against the Knicks and has missed the Hawks’ last four games, including Tuesday night’s 107-101 loss at the hands of the Knicks. The team did not provide an update on Splitter’s activity level Wednesday, so it appears we’ll have to wait until Thursday morning’s shootaround for additional details.
Jan 4, 2016Tiago SplitterOUTLegSplitter (leg) has officially been ruled out for Tuesday’s matchup with the Knicks, KL Chouinard of Hawks.com reports.This report only confirms the prevailing belief that Splitter will miss at least one more game while recovering from a right calf injury. Splitter could be back on the floor as early as Thursday in Philadelphia or Saturday against the Bulls.
Jan 4, 2016Tiago SplitterOUTLegSplitter (calf) remained sidelined at practice Monday, and coach Mike Budenholzer said he does not expect him to be available Tuesday night against the Knicks, KL Chouinard of Hawks.com reports.Splitter has missed the last three games with soreness in his right calf, but he appears at least somewhat close to a return, with Budenholzer saying the team hopes to have him back by the end of the week. As such, he could return as early as Thursday in Philadelphia or Saturday against the Bulls. Either way, Splitter will likely need to put in a full practice before being cleared for game action.
Dec 31, 2015Tiago SplitterOUTLegSplitter (calf) did not practice Thursday.Splitter has not been traveling with the Hawks on their road trip after suffering a calf strain against the Knicks on Saturday. For now, it looks as if Splitter will get a few days off to recover from his injury. It does not look like this will be a long term injury.
Dec 27, 2015Tiago SplitterOUTLegSplitter (calf) is set to miss at least the next two games, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Splitter left Saturday’s game after just four minutes with a mild calf strain and it will now force him to sit out at least the next two games. If the original timeline is correct, his return would come next Sunday in the Hawks’ game against the Knicks. With Splitter sidelined, Mike Muscala and Walter Tavares will take the majority of the backup minutes behind starting center, Al Horford.
Dec 26, 2015Tiago SplitterOUTLegSplitter left Saturday’s game against the Knicks with right lower leg muscle soreness and is questionable to return, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.He played just four minutes before exiting, so it would be a pretty big blow to his owners in daily leagues if that is how his night concludes. Mike Muscala would see the backup minutes at center if Splitter has to miss future games.
Dec 19, 2015Jeff TeagueQues SunAnkleTeague left the last game with an ankle injury and is questionable to play Sunday against the Magic.
Dec 19, 2015Jeff TeagueProb SunAnkleTeague left the last game with an ankle injury but is expected to play Sunday against the Magic.
Dec 19, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTAnkleTeague (ankle) is expected to play Sunday against the Magic, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.He was not placed on the injury report Saturday, so it would seem he can play through the ankle injury he suffered Friday against the Celtics. That said, Dennis Schroder is a more than capable backup, so he could spell Teague if the Hawks want to give him slightly less run than normal on Sunday.
Dec 18, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTAnkleTeague turned his ankle in the third quarter of Friday’s game against the Celtics, but was held out just for precautionary reasons, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Teague reportedly could have returned to the game, but the play of Dennis Schroeder and the time he spent on the bench after turning his ankle led to the team holding him out for the remainder of the contest. It doesn’t sound as if the issue is serious in nature, but its worth monitoring his status heading into Sunday’s game versus the Magic to ensure nothing more comes of the issue.
Dec 14, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTAnkleSefolosha (ankle) is officially listed as probable for Monday’s game against the Heat, KL Chouinard of Hawks.com reports.The Hawks are listing Sefolosha on the injury report on a precautionary basis, as he’s been periodically rested this season after undergoing surgery on his ankle and lower-leg back in April. Sefolosha has played in each of the last seven games, however, so his rest figures to come sparingly going forward.
Dec 14, 2015Kyle KorverOUTAnkleKorver (ankle) is officially listed as probable for Monday’s game against the Heat, KL Chouinard of Hawks.com reports.Both Korver and Thabo Sefolosha are officially designated as probable as they continue to work back to full strength after offseason ankle injuries, though both players are expected to be available. If either player is ultimately held out, it would only be on a precautionary basis.
Dec 14, 2015Thabo SefoloshaProb MonAnkleSefolosha is expected to play Monday against the Heat despite an ankle injury.
Dec 14, 2015Kyle KorverProb MonAnkleKorver is likely to play Monday against the Heat despite an injured ankle.
Dec 12, 2015Mike ScottOUTKneeScott (knee) is still questionable for Saturday’s tilt against San Antonio, KL Chouinard of Hawks.com reports.Knee was able to participate in shootaround, which bodes well for his chances of playing. Coach Budenholzer indicated Scott, “did a little bit, but not everything” during shootaround. At the moment, he appears to be a true game-time decision. Expect an update on his status closer to tip-off.
Dec 12, 2015Mike ScottOUTKneeScott (knee) has been ruled out for Saturday’s game against the Spurs, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.Tiago Splitter (hip) is active and available and should take most of the minutes vacated by Scott in the frontcourt Saturday. His next chance to play will be Monday against the Heat.
Dec 11, 2015Tiago SplitterOUTHipSplitter (hip) is listed as probable for Saturday’s game against San Antonio, Chris Vivlamore of the AJC reports.Splitter was rested for the second installment of a back-to-back set on Thursday as the coach staff opted to ease him back into action after his seven-game absence due to hip soreness. The extra time off will likely be enough for Splitter to be available off the bench for Saturday’s contest against the Spurs, however.
Dec 11, 2015Mike ScottOUTKneeScott (knee) is listed as questionable for Saturday’s game against San Antonio, Chris Vivlamore of the AJC reports.Scott’s lingering knee soreness kept him out of Thursday’s meeting with Oklahoma City and leaves his status going into Saturday’s game in question. If he is unable to play, the Hawks will likely still have some front court depth with Tiago Splitter probable to return to action.
Dec 11, 2015Tiago SplitterProb SatHipSplitter is nursing a hip injury and is questionable to play Saturday against the Spurs.
Dec 10, 2015Mike ScottDoub MonKneeScott is not expected to play Monday against the Heat due to a left knee contusion.
Dec 10, 2015Mike ScottDoub SatKneeScott is not expected to play Saturday against the Spurs due to a left knee contusion.
Dec 10, 2015Tiago SplitterOUTHipSplitter (hip) will not play Thursday against the Thunder, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.Splitter returned from a seven-game absence Wednesday night and played 12 minutes off the bench. With the Hawks on the second night of a back-to-back, Splitter will be held out as the team attempts to limit the strain on his hip. Expect to see more of Mike Muscala off the bench, as a result.
Dec 10, 2015Tiago SplitterOUTHipSplitter (hip) saw 12 minutes off the bench during his return to the court in Wednesday’s 98-95 win over the Mavericks. He accrued four points (2-3 FG), three boards, two assists, and a steal.Splitter’s return from a seven-game absence led to diminished roles for bench bigs Mike Muscala (11 minutes) and Mike Scott, who didn’t see the floor. It’s expected that Splitter will eventually see his minutes settle back into the 15-to-20 range, which should offer some semblance of relief to the starting frontcourt of Paul Millsap and Al Horford.
Dec 10, 2015Tiago SplitterOut ThursRestSplitter will sit out Thursday’s game against the Thunder due to a day of rest.
Dec 10, 2015Kyle KorverProb ThursAnkleKorver is likely to play against the Thunder on Thursday due to an ankle injury.
Dec 10, 2015Thabo SefoloshaProb ThursAnkleSefolosha continues to rehab his ankle injury but is expected to play Thursday against the Thunder.
Dec 10, 2015Mike ScottOUTKneeScott (knee) is expected to go through pregame warm-ups Thursday and will be a game-time decision for the Hawks’ tilt against the Thunder, Chris Vivlamore of the AJC reports.Scott sat out of Wednesday’s road win in Dallas due to lingering soreness, but the Virginia product will test out his ailing knee before making a decision on his status for Thursday’s game in Oklahoma City. If he is unable to play, look for Mike Muscala to see a bump in minutes given that Tiago Splitter (hip) has already been ruled out against the Thunder.
Dec 10, 2015Mike ScottOUTKneeScott (knee) has officially been ruled out of Thursday’s game against the Thunder, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Scott missed the Hawks’ previous game against the Mavericks on Wednesday, and he’ll sit out the second of back-to-back games on Thursday as well due to a lingering knee issue. He attempted to go through pregame warm-ups, but it’s giving him enough of an issue that he’ll remain sidelined. His next opportunity to return will be Saturday versus the Spurs.
Dec 10, 2015Mike ScottOut ThursKneeScott will miss Thursday’s game against the Thunder due to a left knee contusion.
Dec 10, 2015Mike ScottProb MonKneeScott is expected to be available to play Monday against the Heat due to a left knee contusion.
Dec 10, 2015Mike ScottQues Wed KneeScott is questionable to be available to play Wednesday against the 76ers due to a left knee contusion.
Dec 10, 2015Mike ScottProb WedKneeScott is expected to be available to play Wednesday against the 76ers due to a left knee contusion.
Dec 10, 2015Mike ScottQues MonKneeScott is questionable to play Monday against the Heat due to a left knee contusion.
Dec 10, 2015Mike ScottQues Sat KneeScott is questionable to play Saturday against the Spurs due to a left knee contusion.
Dec 8, 2015Tiago SplitterOUTHipSplitter (hip) put in a full practice Tuesday and will be reevaluated Wednesday, KL Chouinard of Hawks.com reports.The hip injury has cost Splitter the last seven games, but after practicing in full each of the last few days, there’s hope that he’ll be able to play Wednesday against Dallas. However, his status won’t be revealed until after shootaround, at the earliest.
Dec 8, 2015Tiago SplitterOUTHipSplitter (hip) has been upgraded to probable for Wednesday’s game against the Mavericks, Chris Vivlamore of the AJC reports.After putting in a full practice Tuesday for the second straight day, Splitter appears to be on track to return Wednesday night after missing the last seven contests. His return will likely mean minutes reductions for Mike Scott and Mike Muscala, primarily. Prior to the injury, Splitter was averaging 5.6 points and 3.6 rebounds in 17.3 minutes per game, his fewest since the 2010-11 season.
Dec 8, 2015Kyle KorverProb WedAnkleKorver is expected to play against the Mavericks on Wednesday after recovering from an injured ankle.
Dec 8, 2015Thabo SefoloshaProb WedAnkleSefolosha is dealing with an ankle injury but is likely to play against the Mavericks on Wednesday.
Dec 7, 2015Tiago SplitterOUTHipCoach Mike Budenholzer said Monday that Splitter (hip) went through a full practice, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Splitter has sat out the Hawks’ last seven games with the hip injury, but his return to suggest seems to suggest he’ll have a good chance at returning for Wednesday’s tilt with the Mavericks. If Splitter is indeed able to reprise his role as the Hawks’ top big man off the bench in Wednesday’s contest, Mike Muscala and Mike Scott could see a downturn in playing time.
Dec 4, 2015Tiago SplitterOUTHipSplitter (hip) is listed as questionable for Friday’s game against the Lakers, KL Chouinard of Hawks.com reports.Splitter has missed six straight games with a hip injury and is in danger of missing his seventh on Friday. If he remains sidelined, look for Mike Muscala and Mike Scott to continue to see some extra minutes off the bench. He’s reportedly been close to a return and probably could have played Wednesday in an emergency situation, but the Hawks aren’t going to risk an aggravation by putting him back in the lineup too soon.
Dec 2, 2015Tiago SplitterOUTHipSplitter (hip) has been ruled out for Wednesday’s game against the Raptors, KL Chouinard of Hawks.com reports.Splitter was limited at practice Tuesday and will miss a sixth straight game, though coach Mike Budenholzer noted that Splitter participated in nearly all of shootaround Wednesday morning. That’s certainly an encouraging sign, and Splitter looks to be trending in the right direction in advance of Friday’s matchup with the Lakers.
Dec 1, 2015Tiago SplitterOUTHipSplitter (hip) was limited at practice Tuesday and is unlikely to play Wednesday, Chris Vivlamore of the AJC reports.Splitter was able to take part in portions of practice, but he continues to be limited by the hip injury that’s kept him out of the last five games. In Splitter’s absence, the Hawks have relied more on Mike Muscala off the bench, while Mike Scott has also seen a mild minutes boost. Atlanta has not announced a firm timetable for Splitter’s return, but the fact that he was able to participate in part of Tuesday’s practice is an indication that he’s making progress.
Nov 30, 2015Tiago SplitterOUTHipSplitter (hip) has been ruled out for Monday’s game against the Thunder, KL Chouinhard of NBA.com reports.This marks Splitter’s fifth game missed due to a hip injury. Thabo Sefolosha will start in his place. The soreness seems to be pretty severe, and the timeline for his return is still unclear.
Nov 28, 2015Tiago SplitterOUTHipSplitter (hip) will not play in Saturday’s matchup in San Antonio, Chris Vivlamore of AJC.com reports.Splitter likely would have taken the court against his former team if at all possible, which speaks to the severity of the pain he is feeling. This will be the fourth consecutive game missed for the big man. His next opportunity to return will be Monday against the Thunder. Expect an update on his status before then.
Nov 27, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTRestSefolosha will not play Friday against Memphis, Chris Vivlamore of the AJC reports.Sefolosha will be given the night off on the front end of a back-to-back set, as the team continues to monitor his workload after offseason ankle surgery. it’s worth noting, however, that Sefolosha played in both halves of Atlanta’s last back-to-back set, so he’s likely nearing the point where he’ll have his restrictions eliminated completely. Tiago Splitter will also be inactive for the Hawks on Friday.
Nov 27, 2015Tiago SplitterOUTHipSplitter (hip) said Friday that he’s still experiencing significant hip pain, Chris Vivlamore of the AJC reports.Splitter, who will not play Friday, does not appear to be overly close to returning, and the team is yet to hand down an official timetable. The big man is extremely unlikely to take the court Saturday, and it’s possible he could miss considerable time. Splitter should be evaluated on a game-to-game basis until further notice.
Nov 26, 2015Tiago SplitterOUTHipSplitter (hip) has been ruled out for Friday’s game against the Grizzlies, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.This will be his third straight missed game with the hip issue. Al Horford and Mike Muscala will have to manage the heavy lifting at center with Splitter out Friday. His next opportunity to play will be Saturday in San Antonio.
Nov 26, 2015Kent BazemoreOUTAnkleBazemore (ankle) has been upgraded to questionable for Friday’s game against the Grizzlies, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.He has missed five games with the ankle injury, but when he plays, Bazemore can be pretty useful for fantasy, as he can produce points and three-pointers thanks to a steady amount of playing time. Thabo Sefolosha would pick up the slack once again if Bazemore cannot go Friday.
Nov 25, 2015Tiago SplitterOUTHipSplitter (hip) will be held out of Wednesday’s game against the Timberwolves, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.The Hawks didn’t hold a morning shootaround Wednesday following Tuesday’s win over the Celtics, so Splitter didn’t have much of an opportunity to showcase that the hip injury is behind him. Because the Hawks blew out the Celtics on Tuesday, it’s tough to get an accurate gauge of which players will benefit most from Splitter’s absence, but Mike Muscala and Mike Scott seem to be the likeliest candidates to pick up extra minutes with the second unit.
Nov 25, 2015Kent BazemoreOUTAnkleBazemore (ankle) has been ruled out for Wednesday’s game against the Timberwolves, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.It’s not surprising that Bazemore will sit out, as the Hawks didn’t hold morning shootaround Wednesday following Tuesday’s win over the Celtics, depriving the swingman of an opportunity to demonstrate that he’s healthy. He’ll sit out a fifth straight game Wednesday, with Thabo Sefolosha likely to continue starting at small forward in his place.
Nov 24, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTAnkleTeague (ankle) is listed as probable for Tuesday’s game against the Celtics, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Teague, who returned from a three-game absence to log 26 minutes off the bench in Saturday’s loss to the Cavaliers, is expected to reclaim his role as the starting point guard Tuesday, though the team hasn’t offered confirmation on that. Nevertheless, the fact that Teague is listed as probable Tuesday is encouraging as the Hawks head into a back-to-back set that will conclude in Minnesota on Wednesday. Teague could see his minutes limited across both contests, but the expectation is that he won’t be rested for either game.
Nov 23, 2015Paul MillsapProb TuesWristMillsap injured his wrist last game but is expected to play Tuesday against the Celtics.
Nov 23, 2015Mike MuscalaProb TuesFootMuscala is expected to play against the Celtics on Tuesday despite dealing with an injured foot.
Nov 23, 2015Jeff TeagueProb TuesAnkleTeague will likely play Tuesday against the Celtic despite an ankle injury.
Nov 23, 2015Kent BazemoreOUTAnkleBazemore (ankle) is out for Tuesday’s matchup in Boston, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Hawks reports.Bazemore, who’s been out since Nov. 15, will miss his fourth consecutive game Tuesday with a sprained ankle. The Hawks could use Bazemore’s return sooner than later, as they’ve been struggling recently. However, they will not put him back on the court before he is healthy enough to go. His status will be something to continue monitoring.
Nov 23, 2015Kent BazemoreOUTAnkleBazemore (ankle) didn’t practice Monday, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Bazemore continues to nurse the ankle injury that’s kept him out of the Hawks’ last three games, and coach Mike Budenholzer said there’s a chance Bazemore could miss a fourth straight game Tuesday. A final call won’t come until the team can evaluate Bazemore at shootaround, however. Atlanta has dropped four of its last five overall while Bazemore and Jeff Teague (ankle) have been banged up, falling back to fifth place in the Eastern Conference at 9-6 as of Monday.
Nov 23, 2015Tiago SplitterOUTHipSplitter (hip) didn’t participate in Monday’s practice, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Splitter departed Saturday’s loss to Cleveland with a right hip injury, and while his absence Monday isn’t exactly encouraging, coach Mike Budenholzer told the media that the Hawks haven’t ruled Splitter out for Tuesday’s game against the Celtics. Budenholzer said Splitter will be reevaluated after shootaround Tuesday, at which point a decision on his status will be made.
Nov 23, 2015Tiago SplitterOUTHipSplitter (hip) has been ruled out for Tuesday’s game against the Celtics, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Splitter left Saturday’s game against the Cavaliers with a sore right hip, and after being held out of practice Monday, the Hawks have made the call to rule him out in advance of Tuesday’s game. The early ruling doesn’t bode well for his status heading into Wednesday’s game in Minnesota on the second night of a back-to-back, though the Hawks haven’t commented on his availability for that matchup.
Nov 21, 2015Tiago SplitterQues MonHipSplitter missed the last four games with a hip injury and is questionable to play Monday against the Thunder.
Nov 21, 2015Tiago SplitterQues SatHipSplitter missed the last three games with a hip injury and is questionable to play Saturday against the Spurs.
Nov 21, 2015Tiago SplitterOut FriHipSplitter missed the last two games with a hip injury and remains out Friday against the Grizzlies.
Nov 21, 2015Tiago SplitterOUTHipSplitter will not return to Saturday’s game after injuring his right hip, Jason Lloyd of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.It’s unclear when Splitter may have injured his hip, but with the Hawks losing to the Cavs by 25 points at halftime, the team likely wasn’t interested in pushing the center back out on the court. More information regarding the severity of the injury should be available after the game.
Nov 21, 2015Tiago SplitterQues WedHipSplitter has been sidelined with a hip injury but could return Wednesday against the Mavericks.
Nov 21, 2015Tiago SplitterOut WedHipSplitter missed the last game with a hip injury and will sit out Wednesday against the Timberwolves.
Nov 21, 2015Tiago SplitterQues TuesHipSplitter left the last game with a hip injury and is questionable to play Tuesday against the Celtics.
Nov 21, 2015Tiago SplitterOut MonHipSplitter has missed the last four games with a hip injury and will not return Monday against the Thunder.
Nov 21, 2015Tiago SplitterQues WedHipSplitter has missed the last five games with a hip injury and is questionable to return Wednesday against the Raptors.
Nov 21, 2015Tiago SplitterDoub SatHipSplitter missed the last three games with a hip injury and is not expected to play Saturday against the Spurs.
Nov 21, 2015Tiago SplitterQues FriHipSplitter has missed the last six games with a hip injury but could return Friday against the Lakers.
Nov 21, 2015Tiago SplitterDoub WedHipSplitter has missed the last five games with a hip injury and is unlikely to return Wednesday against the Raptors.
Nov 21, 2015Thabo SefoloshaProb SatAnkleSefolosha is nursing an ankle injury but is expected to play Saturday against the Cavaliers.
Nov 21, 2015Tiago SplitterProb WedHipSplitter has been sidelined with a hip injury but is likely to return Wednesday against the Mavericks.
Nov 21, 2015Tiago SplitterOut WedHipSplitter has missed the last five games with a hip injury and will not return Wednesday against the Raptors.
Nov 21, 2015Tiago SplitterQues FriHipSplitter has missed the last six games with a hip injury and is questionable to return Friday against the Lakers.
Nov 21, 2015Tiago SplitterQues WedHipSplitter missed the last game with a hip injury and is questionable to play Wednesday against the Timberwolves.
Nov 21, 2015Tiago SplitterDoub MonHipSplitter has missed the last four games with a hip injury and is not expected to return Monday against the Thunder.
Nov 21, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTAnkleTeague (ankle) won’t start, but he is hopeful to be available off the bench Saturday against the Cavs, the Northeast Ohio Media Group’s Chris Fedor reports.Dennis Schroder will get the start at point guard, and remains the more intriguing option in daily leagues among the Hawks point guards, as long as Teague is operating at less than 100 percent. Once fully healthy, Teague should return to the starting lineup.
Nov 21, 2015Tiago SplitterOut SunHipSplitter missed the last three games with a hip injury and will not play Saturday against the Spurs.
Nov 21, 2015Tiago SplitterOut FriHipSplitter missed the last two games with a hip injury and remains out Friday against the Grizzlies.
Nov 21, 2015Tiago SplitterOut TuesHipSplitter left the last game with a hip injury and will not play Tuesday against the Celtics.
Nov 20, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTAnkleTeague remains questionable for Saturday’s game against the Cavaliers, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Teague has missed two straight games after injuring his ankle last Friday, but is nearing a return. We should see his status updated following Saturday morning’s shootaround, but for now he remains questionable. If he’s forced to sit out again, look for Dennis Schroder to continue to start at the point guard in his absence.
Nov 20, 2015Kent BazemoreOUTAnkleBazemore has been ruled out of Saturday’s game against the Cavaliers, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Bazemore will miss his third straight game after spraining his ankle against the Jazz on Sunday. Considering that the Hawks are ruling him out a day in advance, Bazemore may be further away from returning then originally believed, although he’ll remain listed as questionable ahead of Tuesday’s matchup with the Celtics. With Jeff Teague’s status still up in the air for Saturday, the Hawks maybe forced to lean heavily on the likes of Dennis Schroder, Kyle Korver, Justin Holiday, and Thabo Sefolosha to eat up minutes in the backcourt.
Nov 18, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTRestSefolosha could be rested for Wednesday’s game against the Kings, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Since Sefolosha underwent ankle surgery in the offseason, the Hawks have been unwilling to use him in both games of back-to-back sets this season, and it’s uncertain if they’re planning to change that trend Wednesday. With Kent Bazemore (ankle) out Tuesday against the Nets, Sefolosha saw a season-high 30 minutes off the bench, so he may be coming into Wednesday a bit more weary than in the Hawks’ previous back-to-back scenarios this season. Bazemore is expected to remain out again Wednesday, though, which could ultimately force the team to keep Sefolosha active and play him again due to lack of attractive alternatives. Regardless of how things end up playing out, don’t expect a decision on Sefolosha’s status to be solidified until after pregame warmups are conducted.
Nov 18, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTAnkleTeague (ankle) is questionable for Wednesday night’s game against the Kings, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Teague has sat out the past two games due to a sore left ankle which he sustained in last Friday’s game against the Celtics. With five days of rest, he has been upgraded to questionable, which is a good sign for Hawks’ fan. If Teague isn’t able to go Dennis Schroder should start and see most of the minutes at point guard.
Nov 18, 2015Kent BazemoreOUTAnkleBazemore (ankle) has been ruled out for Wednesday’s game against the Kings, Chris Vivlamore of the AJC reports.Bazemore will miss his second straight game after suffering a sprained ankle against the Jazz on Sunday. The Hawks went with Kyle Korver at the two and Paul Millsap at the three in Tuesday’s loss to Brooklyn, and that will likely be the case again Wednesday.
Nov 18, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTAnkleTeague (ankle) will not play Wednesday against the Kings, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.Teague has missed the past two games after injuring his ankle last Friday against the Celtics. He’ll again be kept out after originally being questionable to play Wednesday. Dennis Schroder will be getting the start and likely see most of the minutes at point guard. Looking ahead, Teague’s next chance to get back will be Saturday against Cleveland.
Nov 16, 2015Kent BazemoreProb FriAnkleBazemore was sidelined five games with an injured ankle but is expected to return to the lineup Friday against the Grizzlies.
Nov 16, 2015Kent BazemoreOut indefinitelyAnkleBazemore is dealing with an ankle injury and will miss an unknown amount of time.
Nov 16, 2015Kent BazemoreOut WedAnkleBazemore is sidelined with an injured ankle and is not expected to return Wednesday against the Timberwolves.
Nov 16, 2015Kent BazemoreOUTAnkleBazemore (ankle) has been ruled out for Tuesday’s game against the Nets, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Bazemore suffered a right ankle sprain near the end of Sunday’s game against the Jazz, and he’ll be held out Tuesday after failing to make the trip to Brooklyn with the team. The swingman is considered questionable for Wednesday’s matchup with the Kings back in Atlanta. With Bazemore unavailable for at least one game, Thabo Sefolosha figures to enter the starting lineup at small forward, with Justin Holiday and Lamar Patterson likely benefiting from increased minutes off the bench.
Nov 16, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTAnkleTeague (ankle) will not play Tuesday against the Nets, Chris Vivlamore of the AJC reports.Teague continues to battle a sore left ankle, which he sustained Friday against Boston, and he’ll now miss his second consecutive game. The fact that he did not travel with the team to Brooklyn is not overly encouraging, but Teague should still be considered questionable for Wednesday game against the Kings back in Atlanta. Expect Dennis Schroder to see most of the minutes at point guard Tuesday night.
Nov 15, 2015Jeff TeagueQues SatAnkleTeague is questionable to play Saturday against the Cavaliers due to an ankle injury.
Nov 15, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTAnkleTeague (ankle) is listed as doubtful for Sunday’s game against the Jazz, KL Chouinard of Hawks.com reports.Teague suffered a sprained left ankle in Friday’s loss to the Celtics and is evidently still feeling the effects of the injury two days later. The Hawks will check back on his condition closer to game time, but the early expectation is that Teague will miss his first contest of the season due to the injury. If that’s the case, look for Dennis Schroder to enter the starting lineup at point guard.
Nov 15, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTAnkleTeague (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday’s game against the Jazz, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Teague was listed as doubtful for Sunday’s game, so his absence tonight shouldn’t come as a shocker. He suffered the sprained left ankle in Friday’s loss to the Celtics and will sit for the first time this season. Look for Dennis Schroder to enter the starting lineup at point guard.
Nov 15, 2015Kent BazemoreOUTAnkleBazemore departed Sunday’s loss to the Jazz with an ankle injury, Chris Vivlamore of the AJC reports.Bazemore appeared to roll his ankle in the fourth quarter, and he was helped to the locker room in obvious pain with a few minutes remaining in the game. Given the timing of the injury, it’s unclear whether Bazemore would have been able to return, but he should be considered questionable for Tuesday’s meeting with the Nets in Brooklyn.
Nov 13, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTAnkleTeague emerged from Friday’s game with a sore left ankle, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Teague was limited to 25 minutes and six shot attempts in Friday’s loss to the Celtics, and it’s likely the sore ankle played a role. Teague seemed a bi concerned about the setback, so it remains to be seen if he will be able to go in the Hawks’ next game Sunday agains the Jazz.
Nov 7, 2015Tiago SplitterOUTRestSplitter will not play Saturday against Washington, Chris Vivlamore of the AJC reports.Splitter will be held out for rest, an odd decision considering the big man hasn’t played more than 23 minutes in a game this season. Coach Mike Budenholzer indicated that now=healthy Mike Muscala will pick up extra minutes in Splitter’s stead.
Nov 7, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTRestSefolosha (ankle) is probable for Saturday’s game versus Washington, KL Chouinard of the Hawks’ official site reports.Sefolosha was originally expected to play in Friday’s game, but the team decided to rest him on the front end of the back-to-back as he recovers from offseason ankle surgery. He’s received between 18 and 22 minutes of action in the games he’s played this season, so expect similar playing time Saturday.
Nov 6, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTRestSefolosha is inactive for Friday’s matchup with the Pelicans, Chris Vivlamore of the AJC reports.Sefolosha was initially expected to be active after playing in Wednesday’s game, but the Hawks will hold him out on the front end of a back-to-back set. The veteran has been limited in such situations as he recovers from offseason ankle surgery, but he’ll likely be available for Saturday’s matchup with the Wizards back home in Atlanta.
Nov 6, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTFingerTeague (finger) will start Friday against the Pelicans, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Teague injured his finger Sunday against the Hornets, but he still participated in the Hawks’ last two games, so it comes as no surprise that he will start against New Orleans. The point guard’s injury doesn’t seem too serious as he dropped 26 points against the Heat on Tuesday and 16 points during Wednesday’s victory over Brooklyn.
Nov 6, 2015Kyle KorverOUTAnkleKorver (ankle) will resume his starting position Friday against the Pelicans, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Korver has been battling with an ankle aggravation after his ankle surgery in late May, but he will take the court Friday against New Orleans, despite missing Wednesday’s contest against Brooklyn. The shooting guard has started the 2015-16 season off cold as he is just one for 10 of his three-point attempts, which are usually his specialty. Look for Korver to replace Kent Bazemore or Dennis Schroder in the Hawks’ starting lineup.
Nov 5, 2015Kyle KorverOUTAnkleKorver (ankle) is expected to play Friday against the Pelicans, KL Chouinard of Hawks.com reports.Korver was rested Wednesday against the Nets as the Hawks were on the back end of a back-to-back set, but he’s officially listed as “probable” in advance of Friday’s contest. Korver figures to slot back into the starting five, and he could replace either Kent Bazemore or Dennis Schroder.
Nov 5, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTFingerTeague (finger) is considered probable for Friday’s matchup with the Pelicans, KL Chouinard of Hawks.com reports.Teague sprained the finger over the weekend, but he played both Tuesday and Wednesday, so it’s unlikely that he misses a beat Friday. Teague and Dennis Schroder started in the backcourt Wednesday with Kyle Korver (rest) sitting out, but with both Korver and Thabo Sefolosha (rest) expected back Friday, the Hawks may make another adjustment to the starting five.
Nov 5, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTFingerTeague (finger) scored 16 points (4-8 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 8-10 FT) and collected six assists, three steals, one rebound, and one blocked shot over 28 minutes in Wednesday’s victory over the Nets.The finger injury shouldn’t be viewed as a concern at this point, as Teague has played two straight games with the issue and has shown no noticeable decline in the quality of his play. Through six contests this season, Teague is averaging 19.2 points, 5.8 assists, 3.3 boards, and one steal per game.
Nov 4, 2015Kyle KorverOUTAnkleKorver (ankle) will not play Wednesday against Brooklyn.After playing 34 minutes Tuesday against Miami and 31 minutes Sunday versus Charlotte, Korver will get the night off Wednesday as the Hawks finish out a back-to-back set. While Atlanta has not formally announced plans to rest Korver, he’ll now have been held out of one half of both of the Hawks’ back-to-backs thus far, and it’s unclear how long that trend could continue. Korver is off to a rough start to the season, by his standards, and he’s made just one of his last 10 three-point attempts.
Nov 4, 2015Mike MuscalaOUTAnkleMuscala (ankle) is listed as questionable for Wednesday’s game against the Nets.Muscala has not played since injuring his ankle on opening night against Detroit, and he’ll again head into Wednesday’s contest with a questionable designation. An announcement on his official status should come during or after pregame warmups.
Nov 4, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTAnkleSefolosha (ankle) is listed as probable for Wednesday’s game.Sefolosha is being held out of back-to-back sets to star the season, so after sitting out Tuesday’s win over Miami, he’ll likely return for Atlanta’s second game in as many nights. While he’s a strong defender capable of hitting spot-up threes, he doesn’t offer much from a fantasy perspective.
Nov 4, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTFingerTeague (finger) is listed as probable for Wednesday’s game.Teague injured his finger Sunday against Charlotte, but the issue appears to be minor, as he played Tuesday and finished with 26 points and nine assists in 34 minutes. Barring a setback, he’ll take the court and see his usual compliment of minutes Wednesday.
Nov 3, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTHandTeague (finger) will play Tuesday against Miami, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Teague didn’t miss any action after injuring his finger Sunday, but it was serious enough that he had x-rays taken on Monday. It appears the injury isn’t very serious as he won’t be missing any action and will again start for the Hawks Tuesday.
Nov 2, 2015Kyle KorverOUTAnkleKorver (ankle) is listed as probable for Tuesday’s game at Miami, KL Chouinard of the Hawks’ official site reports.Korver will receive the night off on occasion as a part of his ankle rehab program, but his potential availability Tuesday implies that he’s expected to play. With a back-to-back on tap, though, the potential exists for the wing to sit out either Tuesday or Wednesday. In three contests this season, he’s averaging 9.3 points (on 46 percent shooting), 3.7 rebounds, 1.7 assists, 1.3 three-pointers, and 0.7 steals in 31 minutes.
Nov 2, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTAnkleSefolosha (rehab) won’t take the court Tuesday at Miami, KL Chouinard of the Hawks’ official site reports.Sefolosha will receive a strategic day off for the second time this season, as he returns from a fractured right fibula suffered in April. In three appearances otherwise, he’s averaged 3.7 points (on 42 percent shooting), 5.7 rebounds, 2.7 steals, and 2.0 assists in 19 minutes.
Nov 2, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTFingerTeague underwent X-rays after Sunday’s game against the Hornets and was diagnosed with a sore finger, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.It appears the examination on Teague’s finger was precautionary, as it didn’t result in him missing any notable action in Sunday’s win. More importantly, Teague turned in an effective outing in that contest, scoring 18 points and adding six rebounds and four assists. He should be ready to assume a heavy load of minutes beginning with Tuesday’s game against the Heat.
Nov 2, 2015Mike MuscalaOUTAnkleMuscala (ankle) is listed as questionable for Tuesday’s contest at Miami, KL Chouinard of the Hawks’ official site reports.On Opening Night, Muscala came down with a sprained right ankle, which has so far forced three DNPs in a row. If he fails to suit up Tuesday, his next chance to play arrives Wednesday against the Nets.
Oct 31, 2015Mike MuscalaOUTAnkleMuscala (ankle) is questionable for Sunday’s game against the Hornets, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.He has been sidelined since leaving Tuesday’s game with a right ankle sprain, and could come down to a game-time decision Sunday.
Oct 30, 2015Mike MuscalaOUTAnkleMuscala (ankle) will remain out for Friday’s game against the Hornets.Muscala departed Tuesday’s opener with a right ankle sprain and he’ll now miss his second straight game after sitting out against the Knicks on Thursday night. He’s without a firm timetable and thus should be evaluated on a game-to-game basis. The Hawks are off Saturday before a rematch with Charlotte on Sunday.
Oct 30, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTAnkleSefolosha (ankle) is considered probable for Friday’s game against Charlotte.Sefolosha was held out of Thursday’s matchup with New York, as he’s not yet been cleared to play in both games of back-to-back sets. After the night off, he figures to be available Friday and could return to the starting lineup, especially with Kyle Korver (ankle) sitting out.
Oct 30, 2015Kyle KorverOUTAnkleKorver (ankle) will be held out of Friday’s game against the Hornets.Korver is not injured, but the Hawks will hold him out of the second half of the first back-to-back set of the season as part of his ankle rehab program. The sharpshooter underwent offseason surgery, and it’s unclear how long the team will continue to monitor his workload. Korver knocked down a trio of three-pointers in Thursday’s win over the Knicks.
Oct 29, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTAnkleSefolosha (ankle) is not ready for back-to-back games yet as he recovers from an ankle injury, Chris Vivlamore of AJC news reports.Sefolosha is still recovering from a major ankle injury suffered near the end of last season. Though he started in Atlanta’s game on Wednesday, he said his ankle gets tight after games, forcing him to sit out the day after. Tim Hardaway, Jr., Kent Bazemore, and Dennis Schroder could all get extra minutes in Sefolosha’s absence. Looking ahead, the Hawks have two more back-to-backs over the next two weeks, so look for Sefolosha to sit out the second tilt in those games and possibly beyond if his ankle doesn’t improve.
Oct 28, 2015Mike MuscalaOUTAnkleMuscala (ankle) will not play against the Knicks on Thursday, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Muscala sprained his right ankle in Tuesday’s opener against Detroit, and while the severity of the injury remains unclear at this time, he will not make the trip to New York with the team. X-Rays on the ankle returned negative, however, so Muscala isn’t likely to miss extended time.
Oct 28, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTAnkleSefolosha (ankle) won’t play Thursday against the Knicks, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Sefolosha got the start at shooting guard Tuesday night and finished with just two points and seven rebounds in 19 minutes. Coming off of a major ankle injury suffered near the end of last season, Sefolosha didn’t make the trip to New York, as the team monitors his workload early in the season. In his absence, Tim Hardaway, Jr. will likely be active, but Kent Bazemore figures to pick up some extra minutes, as could Dennis Schroder, who played alongside Jeff Teague at times Tuesday.
Oct 27, 2015Mike MuscalaOUTAnkleMuscala left Tuesday’s game versus Detroit with a right ankle sprain.It is unclear how serious of an ankle sprain this is for Muscala, who had to limp back to the locker room. If the injury results in missed time, Mike Scott and Walter Tavares could potentially see some action.
Oct 14, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTLegSefolosha (leg) could be ready to play in Wednesday’s preseason game against the Spurs, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.After he was acquitted last week of all charges stemming from an April arrest in New York City, Sefolosha has turned his attention to getting healthy for the upcoming season. He suffered a fractured tibia during the arrest, but seems to be nearing the end of his recovery timetable just as the new season is set to begin. The Hawks haven’t provided any verification that Sefolosha will make his preseason debut Wednesday, but at the very least, it doesn’t sound like the defensive-minded guard is going to be sidelined much longer.
Oct 9, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTLegSefolosha (leg) was acquitted of all three charges from a nightclub incident on Friday, Yahoo! Sports reports.Sefolosha was arrested outside a New York City popular nightclub this past April following an incident which resulted in the stabbing of Buck’s forward Chris Copeland. Sefolosha was charged with three different misdemeanors. In court on Wednesday, he claimed the NYPD were overly aggressive during the arrest, which resulted in Sefolosha breaking his right fibula and suffering ligament damage. The Hawks’ vet is still recovering from these injuries, but is optimistic he won’t have to miss a large number of games once the regular season gets underway. Sefolosha can now put this whole mess behind him and focus on getting back on the court.
Oct 7, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTLegSefolosha (leg) was in court in Manhattan on Wednesday to testify in his own defense for his April arrest, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Sefolosha spoke for just under an hour to give his account of an incident outside of a Manhattan nightclub that resulted in his arrest and three misdemeanor charges. Sefolosha alleged that the officers on the scene were violent and profane with him before pulling him down to the ground, which resulted in sustaining a broken right fibula and ligament damage. He’s still not fully healed from those injuries, but hopes to be back on the court for the beginning of the regular season in late October.
Sep 30, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTAnkleSefolosha was limited at Wednesday’s practice, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Sefolosha called himself “75 percent” healthy when training camp opened, so it’s not a surprise to see him limited in the early stages of camp. The veteran said he’s unsure if he’ll be ready for the start of the season, but if he’s not, it doesn’t appear he’ll be set to miss a large number of games.
Sep 29, 2015Kyle KorverOUTAnkleKorver (ankle/elbow) was cleared to resume all basketball activities in advance of training camp, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.According to Vivlamore, Korver participated in about 50-to-75 percent of Tuesday’s session, which included involvement in 5-on-5 work. The sharpshooting forward seems to be nearly fully recovered from offseason surgery on his ankle and elbow, after the former injury kept him out of the last two games of the Eastern Conference Finals. All signs point to Korver being available for the start of the season in late October, so the pair of offseason procedures shouldn’t impact his draft standing.
Sep 28, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTLegSefolosha (leg) said Monday that he’s currently at about 75 percent, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Sefolosha continues to rehab a fractured right fibula sustained back in April during an altercation at a New York City nightclub. Last week, he was cleared for all basketball activities, including 5-on-5 work, as he was able to take part in open scrimmages leading up to training camp. The veteran said he expects to be at 100 percent for the start of the regular season, though he’ll likely be limited throughout camp.
Sep 9, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTAnkleSefolosha (right fibula fracture) doesn’t know if he’ll be ready for the start of the season but is making good progress in his recovery, ESPN reports.Sefolosha was arrested in early April for obstruction of justice, and during the arrest, he was struck with a baton, which broke his leg. He had to undergo surgery to fix the break, and he’ll likely still be rehabbing the injury at the start of the season.
Aug 22, 2015Dennis SchroderOUTAnkleSchroder will not play in Germany’s match against Poland on Saturday due to an ankle injury, KL Chouinard of NBA.com reports.There was no report on the severity of the issue or how the injury occurred. Given this is a friendly match, Schroder resting an injury of any kind would be the best course of action. He’s been competing with the German International Team this summer alongside the Mavericks’ Dirk Nowitzki in preparation for EuroBasket wich begins on September 5th, and Schroder may be restricted until then.
Aug 18, 2015Shelvin MackOUTShoulderMack, who had shoulder surgery following the 2015 playoffs, believes he’ll be ready to return for training camp, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Mack said Tuesday that his recovery is going really well and he’s optimistic about a training camp return. He’ll likely serve in a bench role for the Hawks after averaging 5.4 points, 0.7 three-pointers, 1.4 rebounds, 2.8 assists, and 0.5 steals in 15 minutes per game through 55 games in his 2014-15 campaign.
Jul 31, 2015Kyle KorverOUTAnkleKorver (ankle) has yet to begin basketball activities following ankle and elbow surgery, but his goal is to return in time for training camp, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. “Both ankle and elbow are progressing fine,” Korver said. “I’m definitely hopeful that they will be ready to go by camp.”Korver missed the final two games of the Eastern Conference Finals following surgery to repair a severe right ankle sprain. A month later, Korver was again under the knife to clean up loose bodies in his right elbow. Korver has reiterated throughout the offseason that his goal is to be ready for the start of training camp, which commences in October.
Jul 30, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTLegSefolosha has steadily progressed from a broken right fibula, but it’s unclear when he’ll begin basketball activities, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. “I am doing better every day,” Sefolosha said. “The leg and ankle are feeling good, but it is too early to say exactly when I’ll be back on the court.”Sefolosha suffered the injury this past April in an incident outside a nightclub while being detained by police, and he underwent surgery a week later. The initial six-month recovery timeline would place his return in October. Coach Budenholzer indicated Sefolosha would replace DeMarre Carroll in the starting lineup this season, but even if he was fully healed by opening night, it’s hard to believe he’ll play starter’s minutes immediately.
Jul 20, 2015OUTFingerTavares played with the Hawks’ summer league team, averaging 7.2 points, 6.7 rebounds, 0.3 assists, 2.8 blocks, and 0.3 steals in 21 minutes per game through six contests.Last season in Spain, he averaged 8.0 points, 7.9 rebounds, 0.3 assists, 1.8 blocks, and 0.8 steals in 22 minutes per game through 36 games. Tavares, who was drafted in the second round of the 2014 draft, recently agreed to a multi-year deal with the Hawks. With veterans Al Horford, Paul Milsap, Tiago Splitter, and Mike Muscala on the roster, Tavares will probably play sparing minutes off the bench next season.
Jul 19, 2015OUTFingerTavares (oblique) exited Saturday’s summer league contest due to a right index finger laceration and didn’t return, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Taveras received four stitches and was cleared to return in the Hawks’ 91-83 victory. They’ll play Sunday in the semifinals against the Spurs, but with Tavares fresh of an oblique strain, the team may decide to rest the 7-foot-3 center if any pain lingers.
Jul 17, 2015OUTObliqueTavares didn’t play in Thursday’s summer league game due to an oblique strain, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.The injury isn’t considered serious. His next opportunity to play is Saturday against the Mavericks. Through four contests, he’s averaging a summer league-high 3.5 blocks in 21.5 minutes per game.
Jun 29, 2015Mike MuscalaOUTNoseMuscala split time between the NBA and D-League this season. He averaged 4.9 points, 0.2 three-pointers, 3.0 rebounds, 0.6 assists, 0.5 blocks, and 0.4 steals in 13 minutes per game through 40 games with the Hawks in 2014-15.The 23-year-old, who finished his second year in the NBA, will be under team control through 2016-17. Muscala averaged 12.8 points, 0.2 three-pointers, 8.7 rebounds, 1.7 assists, 1.0 blocks, and 0.7 steals in 29 minutes per game through six games in the D-League. Though he played in just 40 games for the Hawks this season, he was incredibly efficient, averaging 55 percent from the field, 41 percent from three, and 88 percent from the free-throw line. Should the Hawks decide to renew Muscala’s non-guaranteed contract, he will likely continue to be an efficient player off the bench in sparing minutes next season.
Jun 29, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTLegSefolosha had his season cut short after breaking his ankle in an off-court incident. He averaged 5.3 points, 0.5 three-pointers, 4.3 rebounds, 1.4 assists, 0.4 blocks, and 1.0 steals in 19 minutes per game through 52 games in 2014-15.The 31-year-old, who finished his ninth NBA season, is under team control through 2016-17. Sefolosha missed all of February and most of March with a calf injury before coming back for just seven games before missing the rest of the season due to a broken ankle he sustained in an off-court incident. Known as a defensive specialist, Sefolosha struggled to find consistency with his shot this season, averaging 42 percent from the field, 32 percent from three, and 78 percent from the free-throw line. Though he is unsure he will be healthy enough to play at the start of the 2015-16 season, Sefolosha should continue to be a defensive option off the bench when healthy.
Jun 29, 2015Kyle KorverOUTAnkleKorver (ankle) will undergo a procedure to clean up loose bodies in his right elbow Tuesday, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Korver, who underwent ankle surgery just over a month ago, was bothered by the elbow injury for much of the season, and it’s why he wore a compression sleeve on his shooting arm. Korver will spend the next two months recovering from both procedures, but he said he expects to be ready for the start of training camp in September.
Jun 24, 2015Kyle KorverOUTAnkleKorver (ankle) said Wednesday that he expects to be back in time for the start of training camp, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.Korver underwent ankle surgery on May 27 and has been slowly progressing over the past month. He’s without a firm timetable, but the shooting guard believes he’ll be fully recovered by the time camp rolls around in October.
Jun 18, 2015Kyle KorverOUTAnkleKorver averaged 12.1 points, 2.9 three-pointers, 4.1 rebounds, 2.6 assists, 0.6 blocks, and 0.7 steals in 32 minutes per game through 75 games in 2014-15.The 34-year-old, who finished his 12th season in the NBA, is under team control through 2016-17. Korver made the NBA All-Star team for the first time in his career this season, averaging an incredibly efficient 49 percent from the field, 49 percent from three, and 90 percent from the free-throw line. Posting career averages of 10 points, 2.0 three-pointers, 3.1 rebounds, 1.8 assists, 0.3 blocks, and 0.7 steals in 26 minutes per game through 12 seasons, Korver stepped his game up significantly this season. With starters like Paul Milsap and DeMarre Carroll as unrestricted free agents this offseason, Korver should continue being a primary option in the Hawks’ offense next season, especially if one or both of Milsap or Carroll are not re-signed.
Jun 18, 2015Shelvin MackOUTShoulderMack’s season ended prematurely when he suffered a separated shoulder in the playoffs. He averaged 5.4 points, 0.7 three-pointers, 1.4 rebounds, 2.8 assists, and 0.5 steals in 15 minutes per game through 55 games in 2014-15.At 25 years old, the four-year NBA veteran is under team control through 2016-17. Mack will miss 3-4 months rehabbing his surgically-repaired shoulder. He had a mediocre season from an efficiency standpoint, averaging 40 percent from the field, 32 percent from three, and 81 percent from the free-throw line. With Jeff Teague playing 31 minutes per game and Dennis Schroder playing 20 minutes per game, Mack will most likely fill a limited bench role next season coming off of his injury.
Jun 16, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTLegSefolosha (ankle) said Tuesday that he’s unsure if he’ll be ready for the 2015-16 season opener, Ian Begley of ESPN New York reports.Sefolosha suffered a fractured fibula and ligament damage back in April during an incident with New York City police at a night club. He underwent surgery in mid-April but is still in a cast and walking with a crutch. He likely won’t return to basketball activities until late in the summer, putting a return for the start of next season in question.
Jun 11, 2015Mike MuscalaOUTNoseMuscala underwent surgery on his nose Wednesday, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Muscala relayed before the procedure that he likely suffered a number of broken noses previously. As his offseason continues, he’s subject to a team option to remain with the Hawks, which they should pick up due to its cheap $947K price tag. After logging time in 40 regular-season games last season, he picked up the pace in the playoffs, with appearances in each of the final nine contests. During that span, he averaged 4.2 points (on 60 percent shooting) and 1.8 rebounds in 11 minutes.
May 28, 2015Shelvin MackOUTShoulderMack (shoulder) will undergo surgery Tuesday to repair a Grade 5 AC separation and is expected to miss 3-to-4 months, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Mack sustained the injury late in Tuesday’s Game 4 loss to the Cavaliers and was seen exiting the arena with his arm in a sling. With ligament tearing in the shoulder along with the AC separation, Mack will be limited for most of the offseason, but the hope is that he’ll be at full strength for the start of training camp in the fall.
May 27, 2015Kyle KorverOUTAnkleKorver (ankle) underwent successful surgery Wednesday and is expected to be out for three months, Jessica Camerato of Basketball Insiders reports.Korver’s initial timetable would have him miss basketball activities this summer, but he should be back by early September. He suffered ligament damage in is ankle in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals and ultimately opted to undergo surgery one day after Atlanta was eliminated from the playoffs.
May 27, 2015Shelvin MackOUTShoulderMack suffered a separated shoulder in Tuesday’s game and will undergo surgery next week, Jessica Camerato of Basketball Insiders reports.Mack left the Quicken Loans Arena on Tuesday with a sling on his injured shoulder. Camerato reported that there is no timetable for Mack’s return at this point, but that should become more clear after Mack goes under the knife.
May 27, 2015Shelvin MackOUTShoulderMack suffered a shoulder injury during Tuesday’s series-ending loss to the Cavaliers, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Mack left the arena in a sling Tuesday night after suffering what the team’s medical staff believes to be a right shoulder separation. The injury occurred late in the fourth quarter after Mack posted 10 points, two rebounds and an assist in 24 minutes. More details will emerge once Mack is able to be evaluated back in Atlanta, but for now it looks as though he could be sidelined for part of the early offseason.
May 26, 2015Kyle KorverOUTAnkleKorver (ankle) will undergo surgery on his right ankle on Wednesday, David Aldridge of TNT reports.Korver suffered from the severe ankle sprain in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals, and after seeking a second opinion, Korver and his camp have determined that surgery is the best course of action en route to a full recovery for next season.
May 25, 2015Kyle KorverOUTAnkleKorver is seeking a second opinion on his right ankle in order to determine if surgery is the best course of action, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.During Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals Friday, Korver sustained a high right ankle sprain, which subsequently ended his postseason. The date of the upcoming evaluation is unknown, but the Hawks are likely waiting for any swelling to diminish before making the call on a procedure. In any case, Kent Bazemore (14 points, seven rebounds, three assists, three steals, two three-pointers, and one block in 43 minutes Sunday) will continue to man two-guard as long as the Hawks’ playoff run lasts.
May 24, 2015DeMarre CarrollProb SunKneeCarroll is expected to play in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Final against the Cavaliers despite a knee injury.
May 23, 2015Kyle KorverOUTAnkleKorver (ankle) will miss the rest of the postseason, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Korver sustained the ankle injury in Friday’s loss to the Cavaliers, which will leave the Hawks without their premier perimeter threat. Despite further testing to determine the extent of the ailment, he’ll yield shooting guard duties to Kent Bazemore and, to a lesser extent, John Jenkins for the remainder of the Eastern Conference finals.
May 23, 2015Kyle KorverOUTAnkleKorver is slated for further tests on his right ankle to determine if surgery is required, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Korver injured the ankle chasing after a loose ball during Friday’s loss to the Cavaliers, and an MRI on Saturday revealed a high right ankle sprain, which will force him out for the rest of the postseason. If the Hawks determine surgery is the best course of action, his health heading into next season shouldn’t be up in the air. No matter, Kent Bazemore is poised for a significant increase in workload, with John Jenkins providing support at two-guard.
May 22, 2015Kyle KorverOUTAnkleKorver left Friday’s game with a right ankle sprain and is doubtful to return.The fact that he was doubtful to return is concerning, but Atlanta was also out of contention when he left, so he probably would not have returned if the injury was very minor. Consider him questionable for Game 3.
May 22, 2015Kyle Korverday-to-dayAnkleKorver left Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Final with a sprained ankle and is doubtful to return.
May 22, 2015Al Horfordday-to-dayKneeHorford left Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Final with an apparent knee injury and is questionable to return.
May 22, 2015Al HorfordOUTKneeHorford left Friday’s game with an apparent knee injury and will not return, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.The game was out of hand when Horford limped off the court, so this was presumed. He should be considered questionable for what the Hawks will surely treat as a must-win Game 3.
May 22, 2015Al HorfordQues SunKneeHorford left Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Final with an apparent knee injury and is questionable to play in Game 3 on Sunday against the Cavaliers.
May 22, 2015Kyle KorverQues SunAnkleKorver left Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Final with a sprained ankle and is questionable to play in Game 3 on Sunday against the Cavaliers.
May 22, 2015Kyle Korverout for seasonAnkleKorver left Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Final with a sprained ankle and will miss the rest of the postseason.
May 22, 2015DeMarre CarrollOUTKneeCarroll (knee) was spotted moving gingerly after Friday’s shootaround, KL Chouinard of Hawks.com reports. He is considered a game-time call for Game 2.Carroll took part in the light shootaround but is clearly still hampered by the knee injury that forced him out of Game 1. Considering how the injury looked at the time, the Hawks are happy to see Carroll on his feet, but it’s possible they could be without their leading postseason scorer in Game 2 if doctors rule him out later this afternoon. More information should be available closer to the 8:30 PM ET tip.
May 22, 2015Al HorfordQues SunKneeHorford left Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Final against the Cavaliers with an apparent knee injury. He is questionable to play in Game 3 on Sunday.
May 22, 2015DeMarre CarrollOUTKneeCarroll (knee) is considered a game-time decision for Friday’s Game 2, but the feeling around the organization is that he will not play, Sam Amico of FOX Sports reports.Carroll took part in a light shootaround Friday morning, but he was seen walking gingerly less than 48 hours after injuring his knee in Game 1. If Carroll does play, he’ll likely be well below 100 percent, and considering he’d be tasked with guarding LeBron James, it may be in the Hawks’ best interest to wait until he’s closer to full health. If Carroll does not play, Kent Bazemore is expected to step into a more significant role.
May 22, 2015DeMarre CarrollOUTKneeCarroll (knee) will start in Game 2 against the Cavaliers, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.An MRI on his knee following a scary injury in Game 1 revealed no structural damage for Carroll, but it’s still surprising that he will start as he was seen walking gingerly after shootaround Friday. It remains to be seen how much he will play and how effective he’ll be, but he’ll at least give it a go and will likely again be tasked with guarding Lebron James once again.
May 21, 2015DeMarre CarrollQues FriKneeCarroll left Wednesday’s game with a left knee sprain and is questionable to play in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
May 21, 2015DeMarre CarrollQues FriKneeCarroll left Game 1 with a sprained left knee and is questionable to play in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Final against the Cavaliers.
May 21, 2015DeMarre CarrollDoub FriKneeCarroll left Game 1 with a sprained left knee and is unlikely to play in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Final against the Cavaliers.
May 21, 2015DeMarre CarrollOUTKneeCarroll (knee) suffered no structural damage to his left knee and is considered day-to-day, Sam Amick of USA Today Sports reports.Carroll went down with a scary injury in the second half of Wednesday’s Game 1 against the Cavaliers, as his left knee appeared to buckle while planting as he went up for a layup. Carroll was helped off the court and seen walking with crutches after the game. Despite the ugly nature of the injury, it looks as though Carroll has escaped with just a bone bruise, and it now seems likely the Hawks will have him back at some point this series. A timetable is yet to be handed down, and it’s unclear whether there is a chance he could play in Game 2 on Friday.
May 21, 2015DeMarre CarrollQues FriKneeCarroll left Game 1 with a sprained left knee and is questionable to play in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Final against the Cavaliers.
May 21, 2015DeMarre CarrollProb FriKneeCarroll left Game 1 with a sprained left knee but will play in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Final against the Cavaliers.
May 20, 2015DeMarre CarrollOUTKneeCarroll (knee) will not return to Wednesday’s Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Cavaliers, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Carroll was injured in the fourth quarter while driving to the basket. He was carried of the court and did not put any weight on his left knee. TNT’s David Aldridge added on the broadcast that Carroll will undergo an MRI Thursday. The Hawks should update his status for the remainder of the series after the MRI results come in.
May 20, 2015DeMarre CarrollOUTKneeCarroll left Wednesday’s game against the Cavaliers after his knee buckled while driving to the basket in the fourth quarter.Carroll was helped off the court and taken into the locker room without putting any weight on his left knee. He had scored five points with one rebound and three assists in the game. Carroll’s status for the remainder of the series will be clearer after an official diagnosis from the team.
May 13, 2015DeMarre CarrollOUTHipCarroll (hip) will start Game 5 on Wednesday, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Carroll sustained a hip pointer late in Game 4 and was spotted walking with a significant limp after the game. Coach Mike Budenholzer said Wednesday morning that Carroll has moved past the issue and shouldn’t be limited going forward. The Missouri product is averaging 16.3 points and 4.8 rebounds while shooting 7-of-17 from three over the first four games of the series.
May 12, 2015DeMarre CarrollProb WedHipCarroll was forced to leave Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals against the Wizards due to a hip injury. He is questionable for Game 5.
May 12, 2015DeMarre CarrollProb WedHipCarroll was forced to leave Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals against the Wizards due to a hip injury. He is expected to be ready for Game 5.
May 11, 2015DeMarre CarrollOUTHipCarroll left Game 4 with a significant limp and believes he suffered a hip pointer, Zach Klein of Atlanta’s ABC news station reports. Carroll believes he’ll be fine for Game 5 on Wednesday.Carroll suffered the undiagnosed injury on the final play after running into the Wizards’ Nene Hilario on a screen. The injury doesn’t sound significant, but combined with his absence from the final play of Game 3, Carroll hasn’t been able to recapture his early postseason dominance. If he can’t play Wednesday, look for Kent Bazemore to slot into the starting lineup.
May 11, 2015DeMarre CarrollOUTHipCarroll scored five points (2-8 FG, 1-3 3Pt) to go along with six rebounds and one steal in 32 minutes in Game 4 Monday against the Wizards.Carroll was unable to return for the final play of the game in Game 3 because he said he didn’t feel “physically comfortable” enough to play. He played significant minutes in Game 4, but struggled to produce offensively. Look for him to play his normal minutes again in Game 5 as the Hawks try to take a 3-2 series lead.
May 11, 2015Paul MillsapProb MonIllnessMillsap is expected to play in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals against the Wizards despite an illness.
May 10, 2015DeMarre CarrollOUTGeneral SorenessCarroll stated after Saturday’s Game 3 loss to the Hawks that he wasn’t on the court for the final play because he didn’t feel “physically comfortable” enough to play, WSBTV reports.Carroll was asked to go into the game for the final play by coach Mike Budenholzer, but he kept himself on the bench. No further information was provided by Carroll, so it remains unclear whether he simply felt too tight to be effective on the final play or if he suffered an injury that was limiting him. Consider him probable for Monday’s Game 4 in Washington. Paul Pierce banked in a game-winning shot on the final play, putting the microscope on a situation that may not mean anything going forward.
May 9, 2015Paul MillsapOUTIllnessMillsap will come off the bench for Saturday’s Game 3 due to flu-like symptoms, ESPN’s Kevin Arnovitz reports.Millsap came down with the flu Friday night, and he’ll concede his starting spot to Pero Antic. While Millsap will be available off the bench, it remains to be seen whether he’ll be able to play his usual complement of minutes. Millsap is averaging 15.7 points, 9.7 rebounds and 3.3 assists while shooting 45.0 percent from the field in the playoffs.
May 9, 2015Al HorfordOUTKneeHorford (knee) headed to the locker room early in the fourth quarter Saturday, but did return to the bench without reentering the game, as the Hawks lost to the Wizards on a Paul Pierce buzzer beater. The Hawks say that his knee is fine, reports ESPN’s Kevin Arnovitz on Twitter. Horford had 12 points (6-13 FG) with 10 rebounds, four assists and two blocks in his 28 minutes.Luckily for Hawks’ fans, the news is good on Horford, and he likely remained on the bench with the rest of the starters as the bench unit got the Hawks back into the game. He can be treated as usual for Game 4.
May 4, 2015Jeff TeagueProb TuesAnkleTeague is expected to be ready for Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals against the Wizards despite dealing with an ankle injury.
May 1, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTAnkleTeague (ankle) will start in Friday’s Game 6 against the Nets.Teague suffered a minor ankle injury during Game 5 but isn’t apparently dealing with any lingering effects ahead of Game 6. As a result, he seems to be in line for his normal compliment of minutes against the Nets on Friday.
Apr 30, 2015Jeff TeagueProb FriAnkleTeague twisted his right ankle last game but was able to play through it. He is expected to be ready for Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals against the Nets.
Apr 29, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTAnkleTeague (ankle) has headed to Atlanta’s locker room with an apparent ankle injury, but will return to the game, Chris Vivlamore of the AJC reports.Teague limped to the locker room favoring his right leg after rolling his ankle by landing on Brook Lopez’s foot. He went straight to the locker room following the injury but he will be able to return.
Apr 22, 2015Al HorfordOUTFingerHorford (finger) is officially listed in the starting lineup for Wednesday’s Game 2 against Brooklyn, Hawks’ play-by-play man Bob Rathbun reports.Horford dislocated his pinky finger in Game 1 and there was initially some question as to whether he’d be ready for Game 2. The big man, himself, said Tuesday that he’d be in the lineup, so this news only confirms Horford’s assertion. Despite the injury, Horford went for a double-double in Game 1, scoring 10 points (5-12 FG, 0-2 3Pt) to go with 10 rebounds in 34 minutes.
Apr 21, 2015Al HorfordOUTFingerHorford (finger) said he will play Wednesday against the Nets, Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News reports.Horford dislocated his finger in Sunday’s Game 1 win over Brooklyn, and there was initially some concern about his status leading up to Game 2. However, after testing out the finger in practice over the last two days, the big man said he’ll be in the lineup Wednesday. Horford had 10 points and 10 rebounds in Game 1.
Apr 20, 2015Al HorfordOUTFingerHorford (finger) indicated Monday that there’s “still some question” surrounding his status for Game 2 against the Nets on Wednesday, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Horford dislocated his finger in Game 1, so it’s really no surprise that there is question regarding his status. The team will likely provide an update at some point closer to the game based on his progress over the next couple days, but his status remains up in the air at this point.
Apr 19, 2015Al HorfordQues WedFingerHorford suffered a dislocated finger during Sunday’s game and is questionable to play in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals against the Nets.
Apr 19, 2015Al HorfordOUTFingerHorford suffered a dislocated finger during Sunday’s Game 1 win over the Nets, FSN South’s Bob Rathbun reports.Horford was taken to the locker room during the third quarter, but he was later able to return for the final six minutes of the game. X-rays on the the finger came back negative, and Horford finished his night with 10 points, 10 rebounds, two assists, a block and two turnovers in 34 minutes. The injury probably won’t threaten his availability for Wednesday’s Game 2, but it may be an annoyance.
Apr 19, 2015Al HorfordOUTFingerHorford led the Hawks with 10 rebounds Sunday in a Game 1 victory over the Nets, in addition to scoring 10 points (5-12 FG, 0-2 3Pt), dishing out two assists and blocking a shot in 34 minutes.Horford came into the playoffs having scoring double-digit points in 10 straight games. This season, he averaged 15.2 points, 7.2 rebounds, 3.2 assists and 1.3 blocks.
Apr 19, 2015Mike ScottOUTBackScott (back) will be available for Sunday’s Game 1 against the Nets, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.This news was expected since Scott was previously taken off the injury report despite missing the final game of the regular season with a bruised back. The injury seemed to be minor in nature to begin with so the 26-year-old may certainly be able to handle his season average of 16.5 minutes per game Sunday.
Apr 19, 2015Paul MillsapOUTShoulderMillsap (shoulder) will start in Sunday’s Game 1 against the Nets, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.Millsap had a rough close to his regular season as he dealt with lingering shoulder soreness. In fact, he missed five of the last six games of the regular season with this injury. Obviously there’s some concern that he won’t be able to play at the high level we’ve been accustomed to over the course of the year, although Millsap is still a potent threat on the court at less than 100 percent.
Apr 19, 2015Al HorfordProb WedFingerHorford suffered a dislocated finger during Sunday’s game but will likely play in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals against the Nets.
Apr 19, 2015Al HorfordProb WedFingerHorford suffered a dislocated finger during Sunday’s game but is expected to play in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals against the Nets.
Apr 19, 2015Al HorfordQues WedFingerHorford suffered a dislocated finger during Sunday’s game and is questionable to play in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals against the Nets.
Apr 17, 2015Mike ScottOUTBackScott (back) was a partial participant in Friday’s practice, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. “He is progressing,” coach Mike Budenholzer said. “We’ll know more between now and (Game 1) Sunday. I don’t think we can say either way that he is definitely in or definitely out. He went through a lot of practice today. We’ll see how he feels today and Sunday. We are hopeful he’ll be ready to go.”Scott is dealing with a bruised back, an injury he suffered in Monday’s loss to the Knicks. He’ll be re-evaluated Saturday, and a final call likely won’t come until after shootaround Sunday morning.
Apr 17, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTAnkleSefolosha (ankle) underwent surgery to repair a right fibula fracture and ligament damage Friday, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Sefolosha, who was involved in a police scuffle outside of a New York City night club earlier this month, will miss the rest of the season. He faces a lengthy recovery period and is expected to return to basketball activities in about six months. That timetable puts his status for the start of next season in serious jeopardy.
Apr 16, 2015Pero AnticProb SunIllnessAntic is expected to be ready for Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals against the Nets despite an illness.
Apr 16, 2015Paul MillsapProb SunShoulderMillsap will likely play against the Nets in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals despite dealing with a shoulder injury.
Apr 15, 2015Mike ScottOUTBackTo update an original report, Scott (back) did travel with the team to Chicago for Wednesday’s regular season finale but he still will not play, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Scott bruised his back in Monday’s loss to the Knicks. It’s currently unclear if he’ll be ready for the start of the playoffs.
Apr 15, 2015Paul MillsapOUTShoulderMillsap (shoulder) is officially listed as questionable for Wednesday’s season finale against the Bulls, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Millsap practiced on Tuesday, which certainly helps his chances of playing Wednesday. He’s missed five games with a shoulder sprain. Head coach Mike Budenholzer has no reason to rush him back since the Hawks are locked into the No. 1 seed, but he may see some minutes just to re-adjust to game speed before the playoffs.
Apr 15, 2015Paul MillsapOUTShoulderWhile Millsap was able to play in Wednesday’s game, he is still dealing with soreness in his shoulder and likely will be for awhile, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.The sore shoulder will not prevent Millsap from suiting up in the postseason, but it could limit his production a bit. Millsap will have the benefit of extra rest during the playoffs, but he shot just 2-of-9 in Wednesday’s game — his first action since Apr. 4.
Apr 15, 2015Paul MillsapOUTShoulderMillsap (shoulder) scored five points (2-9 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 1-2 FT) with six rebounds, four assists, four steals and two blocks in 27 minutes during Wednesday’s loss to the Bulls.His shot wasn’t falling, but otherwise it was a productive night for Millsap, who’d missed the previous five games with a shoulder injury. Expect him to see his normal workload when the Eastern Conference regular season champ Hawks begin the playoffs.
Apr 15, 2015Dennis SchroderOUTRestSchroder will play Wednesday, Olivia Harlan of Fox Sports South reports.After resting Monday, Schroder will be back in the lineup as the Hawks look to tune up for the playoffs. Expect him to see his usual workload off the bench with the potential for a few extra minutes if the Hawks rest starters in the second half.
Apr 15, 2015OUTIllnessAntic (illness) will play Wednesday against the Bulls, Olivia Harlan of Fox Sports South reports.Antic was dealing with a stomach issue Monday, which caused him to miss the team’s loss to New York. He’ll return to active duty Wednesday and will be available off the bench.
Apr 15, 2015OUTIllnessAntic (illness) remains questionable for Wednesday’s game against the Bulls, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Antic missed Tuesday’s practice due to illness, and the team is yet to update his status in advance of Wednesday’s regular season finale. If he does play, he isn’t likely to see a major workload off the bench.
Apr 15, 2015Paul MillsapOUTShoulderMillsap (shoulder) will play and start Wednesday against the Bulls, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Millsap was initially deemed questionable after going through practice Tuesday. He’s missed the last five games but will return Wednesday for a final tuneup before the one-seed Hawks begin postseason play this weekend.
Apr 14, 2015Paul MillsapOUTShoulderMillsap (shoulder) is taking part in practice Tuesday, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Millsap has missed the last five games with a right shoulder sprain, and at this point it’s unclear if he’ll be ready to go for the season finale Wednesday in Chicago. The Hawks, holders of the No. 1 seed in the East, have no reason to rush him back, but it be to his benefit to get a game in before the playoffs begin this weekend.
Apr 14, 2015Mike ScottOUTBackScott (back) will not travel with the team to Chicago for Wednesday’s regular season finale, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Scott emerged from Monday’s loss to the Knicks with a bruised back, so he’ll remain home in Atlanta to rest up for the playoffs, which begin this weekend.
Apr 14, 2015Mike Scottprob SunBackScott has been dealing with a back injury but is likely to return in time for Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals against the Nets.
Apr 14, 2015Mike ScottOut WedBackScott will not play Wednesday against the Bulls due to a back injury.
Apr 14, 2015OUTIllnessAntic (illness) did not practice Tuesday, KL Chouinard of Hawks.com reports.Antic, who missed Monday’s game, is still sick and should be considered questionable for the regular season finale Wednesday.
Apr 14, 2015Mike Scottday-to-dayBackScott missed the last game of the regular season due to a back injury and is questionable for the first game of the playoffs.
Apr 14, 2015Mike ScottQues SunBackScott missed the last game of the regular season due to a back injury. He is questionable for Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals against the Nets.
Apr 13, 2015Pero AnticOut MonIllnessAntic is dealing with an illness and will not play Monday against the Knicks.
Apr 13, 2015Dennis SchroderDoub MonRestSchroder is expected to be rested for Monday’s game against the Knicks.
Apr 13, 2015Dennis SchroderOUTRestSchroder (rest) will be held out Monday against the Knicks.Schroder will be rested Monday as the Hawks play their third game in four nights. He put up 14 points (6-16 FG, 0-3 3Pt) in 29 minutes Sunday against the Wizards.
Apr 13, 2015OUTIllnessAntic (illness) will be held out Monday against the Knicks.Antic came down with an illness following Sunday’s loss to the Wizards, in which he scored eight points and grabbed seven rebounds in 18 minutes. Consider him questionable for Wednesday’s season finale.
Apr 13, 2015Pero AnticQues WedIllnessAntic is dealing with an illness and missed Monday’s game. He is questionable Wednesday against the Bulls.
Apr 12, 2015Al HorfordOut SunRestHorford will be rested for Sunday’s game against the Wizards.
Apr 12, 2015DeMarre CarrollOUTRestCarroll will rest Sunday, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.His next opportunity to return is Monday against the Knicks, but it’s possible that Carroll, and the rest of the Hawks starters, could rest that game as well, as the team has the one seed locked up.
Apr 12, 2015Kyle KorverOUTRestKorver (rest) will not play in Sunday’s game against the Wizards, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.Korver and the rest of the normal starters will stay off the court Sunday leaving an abnormal amount of minutes for guys who often spend most of their time on the bench. The next chance for Korver to take the court will be against the Knicks on Monday.
Apr 12, 2015Al HorfordOUTRestHorford will not play Sunday to rest, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.With the top seed in the East firmly in hand, the Hawks have little to play for, and could rest all their starters for the rest of the season if they want to. If you’re planning on using any Hawks in fantasy for the rest of the season, you’ll need to monitor the team status up until tip off to be sure nobody is getting rested.
Apr 12, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTRestTeague (rest) will not play in Sunday’s game against the Wizards, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.The Hawks are resting all of their normal starters Sunday so a ragtag bunch will take the court against the Wizards. The next opportunity for Teague to play will be against the Knicks on Monday.
Apr 12, 2015Kyle KorverDoub SunRestKorver is expected to be rested for Sunday’s game against the Wizards.
Apr 12, 2015Jeff TeagueDoub SunRestTeague could be rested for Sunday’s game against the Wizards.
Apr 12, 2015DeMarre CarrollDoub SunRestCarroll is expected to be rested for Sunday’s game against the Wizards.
Apr 10, 2015Paul MillsapOUTShoulderMillsap (shoulder) was not made available to the media Friday morning, meaning he likely will not play versus the Hornets, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Millsap has missed the last two games with a right shoulder sprain, and he appears on track to miss a third contest. The team has not issued an update on his injury, but with the No. 1 seed in the East locked up, Atlanta really has not reason not to rest the All-Star forward.
Apr 10, 2015Paul MillsapOUTShoulderMillsap (shoulder) will be held out of the Hawks’ next two games Friday and Sunday, ESPN’s Kevin Arnovitz reports.It’s unclear whether Millsap suffered some sort of setback in his recovery from a sprained shoulder, but it’s more likely that the Hawks are merely being cautious with the playoffs beginning next week. Following Sunday, the Hawks finish out the season with dates against the Knicks (Monday) and Bulls (Wednesday).
Apr 10, 2015OUTNot Injury RelatedAntic (not injury related) said he expects to play Friday, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Antic was arrested in New York City early Wednesday morning, and he did not play Wednesday night while the legal situation was sorted out. It looks as though he won’t be disciplined by the team or the league, so expect Antic back in the lineup Friday, barring a decision by coach Mike Budenholzer to continue holding him out.
Apr 9, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTAnkleSefolosha has been diagnosed with a broken ankle and will miss the rest of the season, Shams Charania of RealGM reports.Sefolosha sustained the injury during an incident in New York City early Wednesday morning. Indiana Pacers’ forward Chris Copeland was stabbed multiple times, while both Sefolosha and teammate Pero Antic were arrested on the scene. Both face multiple charges, and it’s unclear what each player’s future holds, from a legal perspective. Regardless, Sefolosha’s 2014-15 season is over.
Apr 8, 2015Pero AnticQues FriPersonalAntic missed Wednesday’s game following an arrest for his involvement in an off-court incident. He is questionable to play Friday against the Hornets.
Apr 8, 2015Pero AnticDoub WedPersonalAntic’s will likely miss Wednesday’s game against the Nets following an arrest for his involvement in an off-court incident.
Apr 8, 2015Thabo SefoloshaDoub WedPersonalSefolosha was arrested for his involvement in an off-court incident and is unlikely to play against the Nets on Wednesday.
Apr 8, 2015Pero AnticOut WedPersonalAntic’s will miss Wednesday’s game against the Nets following an arrest for his involvement in an off-court incident.
Apr 8, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOut WedAnkleSefolosha was arrested for his involvement in an off-court incident and suffered an ankle injury. He will not play against the Nets on Wednesday.
Apr 8, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTNot Injury RelatedSefolosha (not injury related) will not play Wednesday against the Nets, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Both Sefolosha and Pero Antic will be held out Wednesday after the pair were arrested at the scene in New York City where Pacers’ forward Chris Copeland was stabbed early Wednesday morning. No disciplinary action has been taken against Sefolosha or Antic, so it’s possible both players could return as early as Friday against Charlotte. However, Zach Klein of Action News 2 in Atlanta is reporting that Sefolosha sustained an ankle injury during the arrest.
Apr 8, 2015OUTNot Injury RelatedAntic will not play Wednesday against the Nets, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Antic was on the scene when Pacers’ forward Chris Copeland was stabbed in New York City early Wednesday morning, and both Antic and teammate Thabo Sefolosha were arrested. With the legal situation still somewhat up in the air, the Hawks will hold both players out Wednesday as they gather more information. Consider Antic quetsionable to play Friday against Charlotte.
Apr 8, 2015Pero AnticQues FriPersonalAntic’s missed Wednesday’s game following an arrest for his involvement in an off-court incident. He is questionable Friday against the Hornets.
Apr 8, 2015John JenkinsQues FriIllnessJenkins missed Wednesday’s game due to an illness and is questionable Friday against the Hornets.
Apr 8, 2015Thabo SefoloshaQues FriAnkleSefolosha was arrested for his involvement in an off-court incident and suffered an ankle injury. He sat out Wednesday’s game and is questionable Friday against the Hornets.
Apr 8, 2015Pero AnticQues WedPersonalAntic’s status is unclear going forward following an arrest for his involvement in an off-court incident.
Apr 8, 2015Thabo SefoloshaQues WedPersonalSefolosha was arrested for his involvement in an off-court incident and his status is unclear at this time.
Apr 8, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTNot Injury RelatedSefolosha was arrested outside a New York City club early Wednesday morning of obstruction of justice after Pacers forward Chris Copeland and his wife were stabbed, the New York Daily News reports.Copeland and his wife’s conditions are unknown at this time. Sefolosha and his teammate Pero Antic were both arrested, and should both be considered questionable for Wednesday’s game against the Nets until the Hawks offer further word on the matter.
Apr 8, 2015OUTNot Injury RelatedAntic was arrested early Wednesday morning for obstruction of justice after Pacers forward Chris Copeland was stabbed outside a New York City club, the New York Daily News reports.Copeland and his wife were both stabbed, and their current condition is unknown at this time. Antic was arrested along with teammate Thabo Sefolosha, but it’s not known if either player had connections to Copeland’s attack. Antic should be considered questionable for Wednesday’s game against the Nets until the Hawks provide further word on the matter.
Apr 8, 2015John JenkinsOut WedIllnessJenkins will miss Wednesday’s game against the Nets due to an illness.
Apr 8, 2015Thabo Sefoloshaout for seasonLegSefolosha suffered a fractured fibula during an off-court incident and will miss the remainder of the season.
Apr 8, 2015John JenkinsOUTIllnessJenkins (illness) will not play against the Nets on Wednesday, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Jenkins did not join the team for the quick, one-game road trip, as he’ll remain in Atlanta with the hope of returning to action Friday against Charlotte. In Atlanta’s last game Saturday, Jenkins scored five points (2-6 FG, 1-5 3Pt) and grabbed two rebounds in 11 minutes.
Apr 7, 2015Dennis SchroderOUTToeSchroder (toe) expects to play 15 minutes Tuesday against the Suns, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Although his left big toe remains sore, Schroder will pick up some moderate run Tuesday. In his previous four appearances, his output was skewed by a spot start, but he still mustered 11 points (on 32 percent shooting), 6.5 assists, 2.8 rebounds, and 1.3 three-pointers in 21 minutes.
Apr 6, 2015Paul MillsapOUTShoulderMillsap will miss the next two games on Tuesday and Wednesday and be re-evaluated after that due to a right shoulder sprain, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal Constitution repots.Expect the Hawks to continue to be cautious with Millsap for the rest of the regular season. Depending on how bad the sprain is, and how it responds to recovery, Millsap may not play enough minutes to be useful for fantasy players during the remainder of the regular season.
Apr 6, 2015Dennis SchroderOUTToeSchroder (toe) practiced in full Monday and appears set to play Tuesday versus the Suns, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Schroder has missed two games in a row due to a sprained toe, but his return appears nigh. In 15 appearances in March, he averaged 13.9 points (on 39 percent shooting), six assists, 2.6 rebounds, and 1.2 three-pointers in 24 minutes.
Apr 4, 2015Paul MillsapOut SunShoulderMillsap has missed the last three games with a sprained right shoulder and is not expected to play Sunday against the Wizards.
Apr 4, 2015Paul Millsapday-to-dayShoulderMillsap left Saturday’s game with a right shoulder injury and will not return.
Apr 4, 2015Paul MillsapOUTShoulderMillsap left Saturday’s game against the Nets with a right shoulder injury and will not return.The Hawks have the top seed in the East locked up, so they’re only playing their starters to keep them in game shape for the playoffs. It’s possible the Hawks are merely being cautious with Millsap, but regardless, more details on his injury should be forthcoming in the next couple days. The Hawks’ next game is Tuesday against the Suns.
Apr 4, 2015Paul MillsapDoub MonShoulderMillsap has missed the last four games with a sprained right shoulder and is not expected to play Monday against the Knicks.
Apr 4, 2015Paul MillsapDoub TuesShoulderMillsap left Saturday’s game with a right shoulder injury and did not return. He is unlikely to play Tuesday against the Suns.
Apr 4, 2015Paul MillsapOut TuesShoulderMillsap left Saturday’s game with a sprained right shoulder and did not return. He will not play Tuesday against the Suns or Wednesday against the Nets.
Apr 4, 2015Paul MillsapQues TuesShoulderMillsap left Saturday’s game with a right shoulder injury and did not return. He is questionable to play Tuesday against the Suns.
Apr 4, 2015Paul MillsapQues WedShoulderMillsap has missed the last five games with a sprained right shoulder and is questionable to return Wednesday against the Bulls.
Apr 4, 2015Paul MillsapOut WedShoulderMillsap has a sprained right shoulder did not play Tuesday. He will miss Wednesday’s game against the Nets.
Apr 4, 2015Paul MillsapOut FriShoulderMillsap has a sprained right shoulder has missed the last two games. He is not expected to suit up Friday against the Hornets or Sunday against the Wizards.
Apr 3, 2015Mike ScottOUTToeScott (toe) is considered questionable to play in Saturday’s game against the Nets, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Scott has been sidelined since mid-March due to a sprained left big toe, but was able to go through a full practice Friday. Should Scott be available for Saturday’s game against the Nets, it’s likely his minutes would be capped to some degree; however, his status probably won’t be known until closer to tip-off.
Apr 3, 2015Dennis SchroderOUTToeSchroder (toe) has been ruled out of Saturday’s game against the Nets, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Schroder suffered a sprained toe on Monday, which caused him to miss Atlanta’s subsequent game Tuesday and will prevent him from playing Saturday as well. While Schroder’s return date is unknown, it’s also unclear how much he’ll be involved for the remainder for the regular season. As a result, the German’s fantasy value can’t really be relied upon for the stretch run. Expect Shelvin Mack to fill some of Schroder’s minutes behind Jeff Teague at point guard for the Hawks.
Apr 3, 2015Dennis SchroderOUTToeSchroder (toe) was limited to shooting drills during Friday’s practice, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Schroder has a sprained left toe, and given the fact that he wasn’t able to participate in any full-speed work Friday, it seems unlikely that he’ll be ready for Saturday’s game. The team is yet to offer an official status update, however, and further details likely won’t be available until shootaround.
Apr 3, 2015Mike ScottOUTToeScott (toe) went through a full practice Friday, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Scott sprained his left big toe in mid-March and has not played. This latest news is an indication that he’s close to returning, though the Hawks have not offered an estimated date. He’s unlikely to play Saturday against Brooklyn but is on track to log a handful of regular season games as the Hawks gear up for a playoff run.
Mar 31, 2015Dennis SchroderOUTToeSchroder’s MRI revealed a sprained left toe and the team will update his status as appropriate, Yahoo! Sports’ Marc Spears reports.This isn’t a very helpful release from the team, but at least we know that nothing in Schroder’s foot is broken. Now he will likely just need to rest up for a week or two, and with that in mind, it may be time to cut bait in full-season leagues.
Mar 30, 2015DeMarre CarrollOUTRestCarroll (rest) will play Monday against the Bucks, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Carroll sat Saturday along with the rest of the Hawks’ starting five, but they’re all expected to return Monday. However, with the Hawks pretty much locked into the no. 1 seed, more rest starters are expected to sit Tuesday, as intermittent rest will likely continue the remainder of the season.
Mar 30, 2015Al HorfordOUTRestHorford (rest) will play Monday against the Bucks, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Horford sat along with each of the other four starters Saturday, but all five are expected to play Monday. However, more starters will likely be rested Tuesday against the Pistons, which should continue to be the case the rest of the way.
Mar 30, 2015Paul MillsapOUTRestMillsap (rest) will play Monday against the Bucks, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Millsap along with the four other starters were all rested for Saturday’s contest, but all will return for Monday. The report also indicated more rest is expected Tuesday, which will likely be the case intermittently moving forward.
Mar 30, 2015Kyle KorverOUTRestKorver (rest) will play Monday against the Bucks, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Korver and the other starters all rested for Saturday’s contest, but it appears as though they will all play once again Monday. However, the report indicates more starters are expected to rest again Tuesday, as will likely continue to be the case the remainder of the season.
Mar 30, 2015Dennis SchroderQues TuesToeSchroder has missed the last two games with a toe injury and is questionable to play Tuesday against the Suns.
Mar 30, 2015Dennis SchroderQues SatToeSchroder sat out Tuesday’s game with a toe injury he suffered in the last game. He is questionable Saturday against the Nets.
Mar 30, 2015Dennis SchroderOut TuesToeSchroder left Monday’s game with a toe injury and did not return. He will not play Tuesday against the Pistons.
Mar 30, 2015Dennis SchroderOUTToeSchroder exited Monday’s game against the Bucks with a left toe injury, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. He’s been deemed questionable to return.Schroder exited early in the second quarter after playing six minutes off the bench. A further update should be available in short order.
Mar 30, 2015Dennis SchroderProb TuesToeSchroder has missed the last two games with a toe injury but will likely return Tuesday against the Suns.
Mar 30, 2015Dennis SchroderDoub SatToeSchroder sat out Tuesday’s game with a toe injury he suffered in the last game. He is not expected to play Saturday against the Nets.
Mar 30, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTAnkleTeague (ankle) will start Monday against the Bucks, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.Teague sat out both Friday and Saturday due to a bum ankle, but he’ll return to action Monday in Milwaukee. The Hawks will likely keep an eye on his minutes, however, as there is really no incentive to risk any aggravation of the ankle injury given the team’s position atop the Eastern Conference.
Mar 30, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTAnkleTeague (ankle) is expected to play Monday against the Bucks, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Teague skipped the last two contests due to a tender ankle, but it appears the added rest was enough for him to rejoin the lineup Monday. The Hawks have little to play for the rest of the way, so the club is expected to rest starters intermittently.
Mar 28, 2015OUTNeckAntic (neck) is probable for Saturday’s game, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.The Hawks have no incentive to have their injured players play through pain with the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference locked up, so Antic must be feeling much better if he’s going to play Saturday. Still, he’ll be in a reserve role, and has limited fantasy upside.
Mar 28, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTAnkleTeague (ankle) has been ruled out for Saturday’s game, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.The Hawks have no real incentive to play Teague unless he is 100 percent healthy, as they have already clinched the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs. This makes Dennis Schroder a strong play in all formats Saturday.
Mar 28, 2015DeMarre CarrollOUTRestCarroll (rest) will not take the floor Saturday against Charlotte, Chris Vivlamore of the AJC reports.Carroll will be rested alongside the rest of Atlanta’s starting five Saturday after getting 33 minutes of run Friday against Miami. Thabo Sefolosha could get the nod at small forward in Carroll’s stead.
Mar 28, 2015DeMarre CarrollOut SatRestCarroll will rest Saturday and miss the game against the Hornets.
Mar 28, 2015Paul MillsapOut SatRestMillsap will rest Saturday and miss the game against the Hornets.
Mar 28, 2015Kyle KorverOut SatRestKorver will rest Saturday and miss the game against the Hornets.
Mar 28, 2015Paul MillsapOUTRestMillsap will be rested for Saturday’s game against Charlotte, Chris Vivlamore of the AJC reports.Millsap and the rest of Atlanta’s usual starters will not take the floor Saturday, which is the second game of a back-to-back set. He should return to the lineup Monday against the Bucks, but Elton Brand will likely fill in for Millsap on Saturday.
Mar 28, 2015Kyle KorverOUTRestKorver (rest) will not take the floor Saturday against Charlotte, Chris Vivlamore of the AJC reports.Korver will be rested for the second game of a back-to-back set Saturday after playing 33 minutes Friday. He should return to the lineup Monday against Milwaukee, but Kent Bazemore will likely take his place in the lineup Saturday.
Mar 28, 2015Al HorfordOUTRestHorford (rest) will be held out of Saturday’s game against Charlotte, Chris Vivlamore of the AJC reports.Horford and the rest of Atlanta’s starters will be rested for Saturday’s game, which is the second installment of a back-to-back set. Pero Antic (neck) is probable for Saturday’s game and could get the nod at center if he’s able to play.
Mar 27, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTAnkleTeague (ankle) has been ruled out for Friday’s game against the Heat due to a “tender ankle,” the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. “Jeff is tender and will not play tonight,” coach Mike Budenholzer said. “He is not able to go. We will just wait and see how it goes and err on the side of caution. We’ll see how he does today.”With a playoff spot locked up and a comfortable lead on second-place Cleveland, the Hawks are just being cautious with their starting point guard as they begin a four-games-in-five-nights set. Dennis Schroder will get the start at point guard in Teague’s place.
Mar 27, 2015OUTNeckAntic (neck) may be held out of Friday’s game against the Heat, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Antic has a stiff neck, but the team has not stated whether or not he’ll take the court Friday. With a playoff spot locked up, the Hawks have intimated that they may rest some players down the stretch, so it wouldn’t be a surprise if Antic is ultimately held out.
Mar 27, 2015Mike ScottOUTToeScott (toe) has shed his walking boot, marking the first time without it since suffering a left big toe sprain Mar. 11 against the Nuggets, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Scott did a little work on the court at morning shootaround Friday, but likely remains a little ways away from returning. His initial timetable was slated as two-to-four weeks, and he currently sits at the early end of it. Scott will likely need to get in a full practice or two before returning to the court, however.
Mar 26, 2015Jeff TeagueProb TuesAnkleTeague has missed the last two games with an ankle injury but is expected to return Monday against the Bucks.
Mar 26, 2015Jeff TeagueOut SatAnkleTeague is dealing with an ankle injury and did not play Friday. He will not play Saturday against the Hornets.
Mar 26, 2015Jeff TeagueQues MonAnkleTeague has missed the last two games with an ankle injury and is questionable to play Monday against the Bucks.
Mar 26, 2015Jeff TeagueOut FriAnkleTeague injured his ankle last game and will not play against the Heat on Friday.
Mar 26, 2015Jeff TeagueDoub MonAnkleTeague has missed the last two games with an ankle injury and is unlikely to return Monday against the Bucks.
Mar 26, 2015Jeff TeagueDoub SatAnkleTeague is dealing with an ankle injury and did not play Friday. He is not expected to play Saturday against the Hornets.
Mar 26, 2015Jeff TeagueQues SatAnkleTeague is dealing with an ankle injury and did not play Friday. He is questionable for Saturday’s game against the Hornets.
Mar 25, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTCalfSefolosha (calf) will play Wednesday against the Magic, but will have a minutes restriction, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.After missing the past two months with a strained calf, Sefolosha is finally healthy enough to return to the conference leading Hawks. His return won’t have a massive fantasy impact, since Sefolosha is mainly a defensive player. He will probably push teammate Kent Bazemore to more of a bench role, though the rotation with Sefolosha in the mix will be a bit of a mystery as the Hawks continue to rest players heading into the playoffs.
Mar 24, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTCalfSefolosha (calf) is probable for Wednesday’s game against the Magic, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.With Sefolosha set to play in a game for the first time since Jan. 30, Kent Bazemore is in danger of losing some minutes. Of course, the Hawks have the luxury of resting players down the stretch, so Bazemore still figures to get heavy run in a few games. Sefolosha, meanwhile, will likely be eased back into action but could also eventually see heavy run when the Hawks elect to rest some starters.
Mar 22, 2015Kyle KorverOUTNoseKorver (nose) will play and start Sunday against the Spurs, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Korver has been fitted with a protective mask, and it is yet to be seen if this will affect his shooting at all. As long as he can get over the discomfort of the mask, he should return to his typical form Sunday night. Teammate Kent Bazemore should return to the bench as Korver reenters the lineup.
Mar 21, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTCalfSefolosha (calf) will not play Sunday against San Antonio, Chris Vivlamore of the AJC reports.Sefolosha is nearing a return after missing nearly two months with a strained calf. His next chance to return will be Wednesday against Orlando.
Mar 21, 2015Kyle KorverOUTNoseKorver (nose) is questionable for Sunday’s game against San Antonio, Chris Vivlamore of the AJC reports.Korver suffered a broken nose during last Sunday’s game against the Lakers and was sidelined for the remainder of the Hawk’s road trip. If Korver is able to play Sunday, Kent Bazemore will return to the bench.
Mar 20, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTCalfSefolosha (calf) will not play Friday against Oklahoma City, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Sefolosha has missed an extended period of time with a strained right calf, but he’s expected to return in the coming days. Consider Sefolosha, who will not be a major fantasy factor, questionable for Sunday’s matchup with the Spurs.
Mar 18, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTCalfSefolosha (calf) is close to a return from a strained right calf, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Sefolosha has missed 20 straight games, but he’s ramped up his activity of late and completed three-on-three work following Wednesday’s shootaround. Sefolosha remains without a target return date, but with the Hawks signing Austin Daye to a 10-day deal on Sunday, Sefolosha figures to be ready by the time that contract expires on Mar. 25.
Mar 16, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTCalfSefolosha (calf) will not play Monday against the Kings, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.Sefolosha remains without a timetable to return from a right calf strain, but reports surfaced last week indicating that he’s progressing as expected. He’s yet to return to contact work but has been able to participate in shootarounds of late.
Mar 16, 2015Kyle KorverOUTNoseKorver underwent a procedure on his broken nose Monday and will miss the remaining three games of the Hawks’ current road trip.After suffering the injury Sunday, Korver was fitted for a mask after the surgery, but his absence has been assured Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. His next opportunity to take the court arrives Sunday against the Spurs, for which he should be considered questionable. In his place, Kent Bazemore has entered the starting five at shooting guard.
Mar 16, 2015Al HorfordDoub MonRestHorford is expected to be rested for Monday’s game against the Kings.
Mar 16, 2015Kyle KorverOUTNoseKorver (nose) will be evaluated by a doctor in Los Angeles on Monday, Bob Rathbun of Fox Sports South reports.Korver broke his nose in Sunday’s game against the Lakers, but masks can prevent players from missing extended time due to the facial injury. He will miss Monday’s game against the Kings, but hasn’t been ruled out for Wednesday’s tilt with the Warriors.
Mar 15, 2015Kyle Korverday-to-dayNoseKorver left Sunday’s game against the Lakers with a broken nose and will not return.
Mar 15, 2015Kyle KorverOUTNoseKorver suffered a broken nose during Sunday’s game against the Lakers, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.Korver has already been ruled out for the rest of the game, but it’s possible the injury won’t cost him any more time. He’s already scheduled to sit out Monday’s game against the Kings, and he may be ready to return — possibly with a mask — for Wednesday’s showdown with the Warriors. Of course, the Hawks have been very cautious for the past few weeks, so nothing should be assumed.
Mar 15, 2015Kyle KorverOut WedNoseKorver underwent surgery to repair a broken nose and is expected to miss the next two games.
Mar 15, 2015Mike ScottOUTToeScott (toe) is expected to miss four-to-six weeks, Yahoo! Sports reports.Scott broke his left big toe Wednesday against the Nuggets, was officially given the diagnosis Friday, but this is the first timetable the team has provided. Scott has been an integral part of Atlanta’s bench this season, averaging 7.5 points and 2.7 rebounds. Assuming the timetable holds up, his absence could extend into the playoffs, which begin in mid-April.
Mar 15, 2015Kyle KorverOUTNoseKorver (rest) will not play in Monday’s game against the Kings, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.Korver and Al Horford will rest Monday, while Jeff Teague, DeMarre Carroll and Paul Millsap are doing the honors for Sunday’s game against the Lakers. Kent Bazemore will likely replace Korver in Monday’s starting lineup.
Mar 15, 2015Kyle KorverQues SunNoseKorver underwent surgery to repair a broken nose and has missed the last three games. He is questionable to return Sunday against the Spurs.
Mar 15, 2015Kyle KorverDoub FriNoseKorver underwent surgery to repair a broken nose and is expected to miss the next game against the Thunder.
Mar 15, 2015Kyle KorverProb SunNoseKorver underwent surgery to repair a broken nose and has missed the last three games. He will return Sunday against the Spurs.
Mar 15, 2015DeMarre CarrollOUTRestCarroll (rest) will not play in Sunday’s game against the Lakers, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.Carroll will likely be back for Monday’s game in Sacramento, while Kent Bazemore figures to step into the starting lineup Sunday night. Jeff Teague and Paul Millsap will also be rested against the Lakers.
Mar 15, 2015Paul MillsapOUTRestMillsap (rest) will not play in Sunday’s game against the Lakers, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.Jeff Teague and DeMarre Carroll will also be rested, while Kyle Korver and Al Horford may get their turn Monday in Sacramento. With Mike Scott (toe) sidelined, Millsap’s minutes will go to some combination of Pero Antic, Elton Brand and Mike Muscala.
Mar 15, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTRestTeague (rest) will not play in Sunday’s game against the Lakers, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.DeMarre Carroll and Paul Millsap will join Teague on the sidelines, with Dennis Schroder and Kent Bazemore likely to step into the starting lineup. Millsap’s replacement is somewhat less clear, with Mike Scott (toe) sidelined for the next four-to-six weeks. Teague will likely be back for Monday’s game in Sacramento, but it wouldn’t be surprising to see Al Horford and Kyle Korver get the night off.
Mar 15, 2015Kyle KorverOut MonNoseKorver underwent surgery to repair a broken nose and is expected to miss the next three games.
Mar 15, 2015Kyle KorverOut MonNoseKorver left Sunday’s game due to a broken nose and did not return. He will not play Monday against the Kings.
Mar 15, 2015Paul MillsapDoub SunRestMillsap is expected to be rested for Sunday’s game against the Lakers.
Mar 15, 2015DeMarre CarrollDoub SunRestCarroll is expected to be rested Sunday against the Lakers.
Mar 15, 2015Jeff TeagueDoub SunRestTeague is expected to be rested for Sunday’s game against the Lakers.
Mar 14, 2015Mike ScottOUTToeScott suffered a broken toe, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Per the report, Scott could be out until the playoffs as he recovers from the injury. The team signed Austin Daye to a 10-day contract to fill his roster spot, and Elton Brand should see an increase in reserve minutes in his absence.
Mar 13, 2015Mike ScottOUTToeScott (toe) has been ruled out Friday, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.With Scott out, Elton Brand will handle the reserve minutes at the four, although Paul Millsap and Al Horford remain the top options in the Hawks’ frontcourt in daily leagues.
Mar 13, 2015Mike ScottOut FriToeScott will miss Friday’s game against the Suns due to a toe injury.
Mar 13, 2015Mike ScottQues SunToeScott missed the last game with a toe injury and is questionable to play Sunday against the Lakers.
Mar 13, 2015Mike ScottOut indefinitelyToeScott has suffered a broken toe and it is unclear when he will return.
Mar 13, 2015Mike ScottMid AprilToeScott has suffered a broken toe and is expected to miss four-to-six weeks.
Mar 12, 2015John JenkinsOUTWristJenkins (wrist) is considered probable for Friday’s game against the Suns, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Jenkins strained his wrist during Wednesday’s loss to the Nuggets, and he’ll be evaluated during Friday’s shootaround before a decision on his status is made.
Mar 12, 2015Dennis SchroderOUTAnkleSchroder (ankle) is considered questionable for Friday’s game against the Suns, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Schroder finished with 13 points in 19 minutes Wednesday against the Nuggets, but he emerged from the game with a minor ankle injury. The team will wait until Friday’s shootaround to determine whether he’ll be able to play versus Phoenix. If he’s ruled out, Shelvin Mack and Kent Bazemore will pick up extra minutes.
Mar 12, 2015Mike ScottOUTToeScott (toe) is doubtful to play Friday against the Suns, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.This is the first we’ve heard of the injury, which he apparently suffered in Wednesday’s blowout loss to the Nuggets. Nonetheless, consider Scott doubtful and day-to-day going forward.
Mar 11, 2015OUTAnkleAntic (ankle) has been upgraded to probable for Wednesday’s game against the Nuggets, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Antic was listed as questionable for the last two games, but coach Mike Budenholzer said he’s made progress and is on track to return to game action. Budenholzer said his “guess” is that Antic will play, but a final decision won’t come until after pregame warmups.
Mar 11, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTCalfSefolosha (calf) continues to improve from a right calf strain, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Sefolosha, who has missed the last 17 games with the injury, was originally given a 6-to-8 week timetable. He’s beginning to take part in shootarounds but has yet to return to full-contact work. His next step will be one-on-one drills, and he’ll then progress to two-on-two and three-on-three work before being cleared for full practice. At present, the Hawks do not have a target return date.
Mar 11, 2015OUTAnkleAntic (ankle) is doubtful for Wednesday’s game against Denver, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Antic is on track to miss his third straight game, though coach Mike Budenholzer said the big man will warm up for Wednesday’s game before a final call is made. Even if he is unexpectedly ruled in, Antic won’t play enough of a role to warrant consideration in most formats.
Mar 9, 2015OUTAnkleAntic (ankle) will not play Monday against the Kings, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.After departing Friday’s win over the Cavaliers with a sprained ankle, Antic was held out Saturday in Philadelphia, and he’ll sit out a second straight game. In his absence, Elton Brand figures to again pick up some extra minutes off the bench, while Mike Scott could see a mild minutes bump.
Mar 8, 2015OUTAnkleAntic (ankle) is considered questionable for Monday’s game against the Kings, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.Antic already missed Saturday’s game against the Sixers with this left ankle sprain. If he’s unable to play Monday, Elton Brand could see a slight bump in playing time.
Mar 7, 2015Pero AnticOut MonAnkleAntic missed the last game with an ankle injury and will not play Monday against the Kings.
Mar 7, 2015Paul MillsapOut SatRestMillsap will not play Saturday against the 76ers as he is being given the night off.
Mar 7, 2015DeMarre CarrollOut SatRestCarroll will not play Saturday against the 76ers as he is being given the night off.
Mar 7, 2015Kyle KorverOut SatRestKorver will not play Saturday against the 76ers as he is being given the night off.
Mar 7, 2015OUTAnkleAntic (ankle) will miss Saturday’s contest in Philadelphia, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Antic left Friday’s game with a left ankle sprain in the second quarter and didn’t return. As a result, consider him questionable for Monday’s outing against the Kings.
Mar 7, 2015Pero AnticQues MonAnkleAntic missed the last game with an ankle injury and is questionable to play Monday against the Kings.
Mar 7, 2015Pero AnticQues SatAnkleAntic injured his ankle on Friday and is questionable for Saturday’s game against the 76ers.
Mar 7, 2015OUTAnkleAntic (ankle) is questionable for Saturday’s game against the 76ers, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.He has a sprained left ankle and even if he is active Saturday, the Hawks likely won’t need many minutes out of Antic in what should be a very easy win.
Mar 7, 2015Pero AnticQues WedAnkleAntic has missed the last two games with an ankle injury and is questionable to return Wednesday against the Nuggets.
Mar 7, 2015Paul MillsapOUTRestMillsap (rest) will not play Saturday against the 76ers, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.After playing 32 minutes in Friday’s win over Cleveland, Millsap will be rested Saturday with the Sixers on the schedule. Kyle Korver and DeMarre Carroll will also sit out, so the Hawks’ rotation will go deeper than usual.
Mar 7, 2015DeMarre CarrollOUTRestCarroll (rest) will not play Saturday against the 76ers, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Carroll, along with Paul Millsap and Kyle Korver, will be held out Saturday with the lowly Sixers on the schedule on the second night of a back-to-back. Expect Kent Bazemore, Mike Scott, Pero Antic and John Jenkins to pick up some extra minutes.
Mar 7, 2015Kyle KorverOUTRestKorver will be rested Saturday against the 76ers, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.With the 76ers on the schedule on the second night of a back-to-back set, coach Mike Budenholzer will rest Korver, as well as Paul Millsap and DeMarre Carroll. That means the likes of Mike Scott, Pero Antic and Kent Bazemore should see bumps in minutes. Expect Korver to return to the lineup Monday against Sacramento.
Mar 6, 2015OUTAnkleAntic suffered a left ankle sprain in Friday’s game against the Cavaliers and will not return, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. He did not score (0-1 FG, 0-1 3Pt) in seven minutes before leaving.Antic’s last game action came in the second quarter, but the injury wasn’t announced until later. He attempted just one shot in Friday’s game in seven minutes, recording no other stats in the contest. His status for Saturday’s game is likely questionable due to the issue, but it should be updated at some point prior to the opening tip.
Mar 6, 2015OUTAnkleAntic (knee) came off the bench for 13 minutes against the Rockets on Tuesday. He finished with three points, two rebounds, and two assists.Antic has been dealing with a minor knee injury of late but it’s not believed to be serious. He’s averaging 13.8 minutes over his last nine games and is only a viable option in the deepest of leagues.
Mar 3, 2015Pero AnticProb TuesKneeAntic has a knee injury but should be ready for Tuesday’s game against the Rockets.
Mar 2, 2015OUTKneeAntic (knee) practiced Monday and will be available for Tuesday’s game, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.He was essentially given a rest day Saturday, but should be back to his typical role going forward.
Mar 2, 2015DeMarre CarrollOUTShoulderCarroll (shoulder) practiced Monday and will start Tuesday’s game, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.He received an electric simulant on his left shoulder while sitting out Saturday’s game, but it was more of a rest day than anything for Carroll. Look for him to be back to normal Tuesday, although there could be more unforeseen off days down the stretch as the Hawks prepare for the playoffs.
Mar 2, 2015Al HorfordOUTRestHorford (rest) practiced Monday and will start Tuesday’s game, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.After Saturday’s strategic DNP for Horford and several other Hawks, he can be deployed as usual this week. That said, do not be surprised if Horford gets a few more random days off down the stretch as the Hawks prepare for the postseason.
Mar 2, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTThighTeague (thigh) practiced Monday and will start Tuesday’s game, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.He sat out Saturday’s game after receiving an electric simulant in his left thigh, but it seems that was just a strategic rest day for Teague and a few other Hawks. It is relatively safe to deploy Teague this week, but be aware of the fact that the Hawks may continue to give him and other players random days off down the stretch as they prepare for the postseason.
Mar 2, 2015Jeff TeagueProb TuesHamstringTeague is expected to play Tuesday against the Rockets despite a hamstring injury.
Mar 2, 2015Jeff TeagueQues TuesHamstringTeague is questionable to play Tuesday against the Rockets due to a hamstring injury.
Feb 28, 2015DeMarre CarrollProb TuesShoulderHorford is nursing a shoulder injury and missed the last game. He is expected to play Tuesday against the Rockets.
Feb 28, 2015DeMarre CarrollQues TuesShoulderHorford is nursing a shoulder injury and missed the last game. He is questionable to play Tuesday against the Rockets.
Feb 28, 2015DeMarre CarrollOUTShoulderCarroll (rest) won’t play Saturday in Miami, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.With Carroll receiving the day off, Kyle Korver and Kent Bazemore will be the sole available wings Saturday. In two nods this season, Bazemore averaged six points (on 33 percent shooting), three rebounds, and one assist in 29 minutes.
Feb 28, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTThighTeague (rest) won’t take the floor Saturday at Miami, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.With Teague, Al Horford, DeMarre Carroll, and Pero Antic all receiving the day off, Dennis Schroder will be relied upon more than normal to take on the scoring burden. In five previous starts this season, Schroder has averaged 11.6 points (on 48 percent shooting), 6.4 assists, and 2.8 rebounds in 27 minutes.
Feb 28, 2015Al HorfordOUTRestHorford (rest) won’t take the court Saturday at Miami, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.With the Hawks facing the back end of a back-to-back set, Horford didn’t even make the trip to Miami. Because Horford and Pero Antic (rest) are both sidelined, Mike Muscala could get the nod at center, but Elton Brand and Mike Scott are the remaining options outside of Paul Millsap in the Hawks’ frontcourt.
Feb 28, 2015Al HorfordOut SatPersonalHorford is being given the night off to rest and will not play against the Heat.
Feb 28, 2015DeMarre CarrollOut SatRestHorford is being given the night off to rest and will not play against the Heat.
Feb 28, 2015DeMarre CarrollQues TuesShoulderHorford is nursing a shoulder injury and missed the last game. He received an electric stimulant to the affected area and is questionable to return Tuesday against the Rockets.
Feb 28, 2015Al HorfordQues TuesPersonalHorford missed the last game for personal reasons and is questionable to return Tuesday against the Rockets.
Feb 28, 2015DeMarre CarrollOUTShoulderCarroll received an electric simulant on his left shoulder prior to Saturday’s game at Miami, which he’s missing, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Instead of a day off, Carroll is dealing with a shoulder ailment of unknown severity. As a result, consider him questionable for Tuesday’s outing against the Rockets.
Feb 28, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTThighTeague received an electric simulant on his left thigh prior to Saturday’s game in Miami, which he’s missing, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Teague was initially believed to be getting a day of rest, but instead, an ailment was the spur. Because Saturday’s outing is the back end of a back-to-back, it’s no surprise that Gregg Popovich protege and Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer is handing Teague a day off. Nevertheless, keep an eye on Teague’s status entering Tuesday’s contest against the Rockets.
Feb 28, 2015OUTRestAntic (rest) won’t play Saturday at Miami, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Because Al Horford is also getting the day off, the frontcourt will be manned by Mike Muscala, Mike Scott, and Elton Brand next to Paul Millsap.
Feb 28, 2015DeMarre CarrollOut SatShoulderHorford is nursing a shoulder injury. He received an electric stimulant to the affected area and will not play Saturday against the Heat.
Feb 25, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTIllnessCoach Mike Budenholzer said he expects Teague (illness) to play Wednesday against the Mavericks, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.An illness kept Teague out of practice Tuesday and was considered questionable as of Wednesday afternoon. While he likely wont be 100 percent, the expectation is that he’ll start at his usual point guard spot, barring a setback during warmups.
Feb 25, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTIllnessTeague (illness) will get the start Wednesday, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.Teague was considered probable to take the court Wednesday, so this should not come as a surprise. Deploy him as usual Wednesday, as the Hawks will need all hands on deck to beat the visiting Mavericks.
Feb 24, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTIllnessTeague (illness) missed Tuesday’s practice, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Details surrounding the illness have not been released, but Teague should be considered questionable for Wednesday’s game against the Mavericks. If he’s unable to go, Dennis Schroder will get the start.
Feb 9, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTAnkleTeague (ankle) is a game-time call for Monday’s game against the Timberwolves, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Teague turned his ankle in Sunday’s loss to Memphis, and while it doesn’t look to be anything serious, his status for Monday’s game is up in the air. According to coach Mike Budenholzer, Teague will test out the ankle in warmups before a final determination is made. If he’s ultimately held out, expect Dennis Schroder to get the start at point guard.
Feb 9, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTAnkleTeague (ankle) will start Monday’s game at Minnesota, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Despite turning his ankle Sunday, Teague will complete the Hawks’ current back-to-back set. If he fails to log his typical 31 minutes per game, Dennis Schroder is waiting in the wings to take on an increased workload.
Feb 9, 2015Jeff TeagueQues MonAnkleTeague is questionable to play Monday against the Timberwolves due to an ankle injury.
Feb 6, 2015Shelvin MackOUTCalfMack (calf) will play against the Warriors on Friday, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.Mack is averaging just 13.7 minutes on the court over 31 games this season and isn’t expected to see significant time on the court Friday, even though he’s returning from a prolonged calf injury.
Feb 6, 2015Shelvin MackOUTCalfMack (calf) was available for Friday’s game against the Warriors, but never made an appearance.The Hawks only used nine players in this game, so it’s not shocking that Mack didn’t make it into the game. In 31 games this season, he’s averaging just 13.7 minutes per game. His next chance to return from an injury that has kept him out since Jan. 17 is Sunday against the Grizzlies.
Feb 5, 2015Shelvin MackOUTCalfMack (calf) is listed as probable for Friday’s game against the Warriors, KL Chouinard of Hawks.com reports.Mack has missed the last nine games with a calf strain, but he appears on pace to make his return Friday. The Butler product’s minutes have vacillated for much of the season, and he’s unlikely to see big minutes in his first game back.
Feb 4, 2015DeMarre CarrollProb WedAchillesCarroll continues to deal with an Achilles injury but is expected to play Wednesday against the Wizards.
Feb 3, 2015Shelvin MackOUTCalfMack (calf) is unlikely to be ready to play Wednesday against the Wizards, Chris Vivalmore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Mack continues to work his way back from a left calf strain that’s kept him out of action since Jan. 17. While he’s very unlikely to play Wednesday night, he could be ready to return over the weekend. The Hawks host Golden Sate on Friday and play at Memphis on Sunday night.
Feb 2, 2015DeMarre CarrollOUTGeneral SorenessCarroll (general soreness) is considered questionable for Monday’s game, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.He has missed the last two games with general soreness, but owners will need to monitor his status Monday leading up to game time. Kent Bazemore would be the primary beneficiary if Carroll sits out again.
Feb 2, 2015Shelvin MackOUTCalfMack (calf) will not play Monday, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.He has been sidelined for a while now, and his absence has lead to slightly more minutes for backup point guard Dennis Schroder. Consider Mack questionable for Wednesday’s game.
Feb 2, 2015DeMarre CarrollOUTGeneral SorenessCarroll (general soreness) is listed as active Monday at New Orleans, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.There’s no guarantee that Carroll will make his first appearance since last Wednesday. However, after emerging from pregame warmups unscathed, he’ll likely make his presence felt on a wing without the services of Thabo Sefolosha (calf) and Shelvin Mack (calf).
Jan 31, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTCalfSefolosha (calf) has been ruled out for the next 6-to-8 weeks, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.After an MRI on Saturday, the prognosis was finally handed down for Sefolosha’s calf injury. Don’t expect him to return before mid-to-late March, which places a damper on the Hawks’ wing rotation. In his place, Kent Bazemore is the logical candidate to expand his workload greatly in the coming weeks.
Jan 31, 2015Shelvin MackOUTCalfMack (calf) has been ruled out for Saturday’s game, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.This will be his seventh straight game out of action with the calf injury. With the emergence of Dennis Schroder this year, Mack has been relegated to a minor role, making him an afterthought in most fantasy leagues.
Jan 31, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOUTCalfSefolosha (calf) has been ruled out for Saturday’s game, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.He left Friday’s game with a calf injury, and it is not known how serious it is, or how long he will be out. With DeMarre Carroll also out Saturday, Kent Bazemore will likely see an expanded role once again. Consider Sefolosha day-to-day for now.
Jan 31, 2015DeMarre CarrollOUTGeneral SorenessCarroll (general soreness) has been ruled out for Saturday’s game, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.He will miss his second straight game due to general soreness, and is considered day-to-day for now. Kent Bazemore could be in line for another big chunk of minutes after playing 40 minutes in Friday’s game.
Jan 30, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOut indefinitelyCalfSefolosha is sidelined with a strained right calf and there is no timetable for a return.
Jan 30, 2015Thabo SefoloshaMid MarchCalfSefolosha is expected to miss the next six to eight weeks with a calf injury.
Jan 30, 2015Thabo SefoloshaDoub WedCalfSefolosha is sidelined with a strained right calf and is not expected to return Wednesday against the Warriors.
Jan 30, 2015Thabo SefoloshaQues WedCalfSefolosha is sidelined with a strained right calf and is questionable to return Wednesday against the Magic.
Jan 30, 2015DeMarre CarrollOUTGeneral SorenessCarroll is dealing with some general soreness and is likely out for Friday’s game against Portland, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.Carroll missed Thursday’s practice to receive treatment, leaving his availability for Friday’s game doubtful. If he ends up on the sidelines, Thabo Sefolosha will likely see a bump in playing time.
Jan 30, 2015DeMarre CarrollOUTGeneral SorenessCarroll (general soreness) will not play against Portland on Friday, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.Carroll missed Thursday’s practice because of soreness and should be considered day-to-day moving forward. Thabo Sefolosha will start in place of Carroll against Portland.
Jan 30, 2015Thabo SefoloshaQues SunCalfSefolosha is sidelined with a strained right calf and is questionable to return Sunday against the Spurs.
Jan 30, 2015Thabo SefoloshaQues FriCalfSefolosha is sidelined with a strained right calf and is questionable to return Friday against the Thunder.
Jan 30, 2015Thabo SefoloshaMid MarchCalfSefolosha is expected to miss the next six-to-eight weeks with a calf injury.
Jan 30, 2015Thabo SefoloshaProb WedCalfSefolosha is sidelined with a strained right calf but is expected to return Wednesday against the Magic.
Jan 30, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOut SunCalfSefolosha is sidelined with a strained right calf and will not play Sunday against the Spurs.
Jan 30, 2015Thabo SefoloshaQues SatCalfSefolosha left Friday’s game with a calf injury and is questionable to play Saturday against the Sixers.
Jan 30, 2015Shelvin MackOUTCalfMack (calf) will not be available for Friday’s game against Portland, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.Mack will be missing his sixth straight game Saturday with his next opportunity to get back on the court coming against the Sixers on Saturday. In his absence, Dennis Schroder will continue to see extended time off the bench behind All-Star Jeff Teague.
Jan 30, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOut FriCalfSefolosha is sidelined with a strained right calf and will not play Friday against the Thunder.
Jan 30, 2015Thabo SefoloshaOut SatCalfSefolosha left Friday’s game with a calf injury and is not expected to play Saturday against the 76ers.
Jan 29, 2015DeMarre CarrollQues SatUndisclosedCarroll is receiving treatment for an unspecified injury and did not play Friday. He is questionable for Saturday’s game against the 76ers.
Jan 29, 2015DeMarre CarrollOut FriUndisclosedCarroll is receiving treatment for an unspecified injury and will not play Friday against the Trail Blazers.
Jan 29, 2015DeMarre CarrollDoub MonAchillesCarroll is receiving treatment for an Achilles injury and has missed the last two games. He is not expected to return Monday against the Pelicans.
Jan 29, 2015DeMarre CarrollProb MonAchillesCarroll is dealing with an Achilles injury and has missed the last two games. He is expected to return Monday against the Pelicans.
Jan 29, 2015DeMarre CarrollProb FriUndisclosedCarroll is receiving treatment for an unspecified injury but is expected to play Friday against the Trail Blazers.
Jan 29, 2015DeMarre CarrollQues MonAchillesCarroll is receiving treatment for an Achilles injury and has missed the last two games. He is questionable to play Monday against the Pelicans.
Jan 29, 2015DeMarre CarrollOut SatAchillesCarroll is receiving treatment for an achilles injury and did not play Friday. He is not expected to be ready for Saturday’s game against the 76ers.
Jan 27, 2015Shelvin MackOUTCalfMack (calf) will not play Wednesday against Brooklyn, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.A calf strain has kept Mack out of the last four games, and he’ll miss a fifth straight contest Wednesday. He’s without a timetable at this point but should be considered questionable to play Friday against Portland. In his absence, Kent Bazemore and Dennis Schroder should continue to pick up a few extra minutes.
Jan 20, 2015Shelvin MackOUTCalfMack (calf) underwent an MRI on Tuesday which confirmed he’s dealing with a left calf strain, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Mack suffered the injury against the Bulls on Saturday and sat out Monday’s win over the Pistons. Coach Mike Budenholzer said Monday that Mack could miss the rest of the week, and Tuesday’s official diagnosis would seem to confirm that he’ll sit out at least a game or two. Mack will not play Wednesday against the Pacers, and it’s unlikely he plays Friday when the Hawks host Oklahoma City.
Jan 19, 2015Dennis SchroderOUTAnkleSchroder is dealing with a left ankle injury but is expected to play Monday against the Pistons, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Shroder didn’t take the floor at any point following the injury to Shelvin Mack, and the Hawks instead went with Kent Bazemore on the point when Jeff Teague was rested in Saturday’s game. The injury originated in Friday’s game against the Raptors, and Shroder was seen sporting a stimulant boot prior to Saturday’s contest. The injury appears to be minor, however, as he is expected to play Monday.
Jan 19, 2015Shelvin MackOUTCalfMack (calf) could be out for a week, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Mack has already been ruled out for Monday’s game after getting forced out of Saturday’s game with the strained calf, and it appears an extended absence is possible. The Hawks went to Kent Bazemore on the point as Teague’s backup with Dennis Schroder unavailable Saturday, but Schroder is expected to be available Monday. A combination of the reserve guards will likely pick up Mack’s 14 minutes off the bench in his absence.
Jan 18, 2015Shelvin MackProb FriCalfMack is expected to return for Friday’s game against the Warriors after missing time with a strained left calf.
Jan 18, 2015Shelvin MackOut WedCalfMack did not play Monday due to a left calf strain and will not return for Wednesday’s game against the Pacers.
Jan 18, 2015Shelvin MackQues WedCalfMack has an injured calf and did not play Monday. He is questionable for Wednesday’s game against the Pacers.
Jan 18, 2015Shelvin MackDoub MonCalfMack injured his calf last game and is questionable to play Monday against the Pistons.
Jan 18, 2015Dennis SchroderProb MonAnkleSchroder is expected to play against the Pistons on Monday despite an ankle injury.
Jan 18, 2015Shelvin MackOUTCalfMack (calf) has been ruled out for Monday’s game against the Pistons, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.Mack was forced out of Saturday’s game with a strained calf, and will now miss all of Monday’s game. His limp after getting hurt made the injury look a bit worrisome, so this may not be the last game Mack misses with the injury. Assume that Mack’s limited minutes will go to the other backup guard of the Hawks.
Jan 18, 2015Shelvin MackOut MonCalfMack injured his calf last game and will not play Monday against the Pistons.
Jan 18, 2015Shelvin MackOut indefinitelyCalfMack is sidelined with a left calf strain and there is no timetable for his return.
Jan 17, 2015OUTCoach’s DecisionAntic will receive a day of rest Saturday in Chicago, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.With Antic sidelined, the Hawks will likely turn to Mike Scott and Mike Muscala to cover the hole left behind in the frontcourt rotation. Expect Antic to return to action Monday versus the Pistons.
Jan 17, 2015Shelvin MackOUTCalfMack won’t return to Saturday’s game at Chicago due to a strained left calf, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Mack was removed from the game in the second quarter, looked at on the bench, and promptly limped to the locker room. While he posted two points (1-2 FG) and two assists in seven minutes, the Hawks’ reserve backcourt now consists of Kent Bazemore and Dennis Schroder.
Jan 14, 2015Al HorfordDoub WedRestHorford is expected to be rested for Wednesday’s game against the Celtics.
Jan 14, 2015Kyle KorverDoub WedRestKorver is expected to be rested for Wednesday’s game against the Celtics.
Jan 14, 2015Al HorfordOUTRestHorford will be rested Wednesday against the Celtics, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Sentinel reports.Both Horford and Kyle Korver will get the night off, as the streaking Hawks face a Boston team that’s dropped five of its last seven games. Pero Antic will start in Horford’s place, and the big man should be expected back in the lineup for Friday’s game in Toronto.
Jan 14, 2015Kyle KorverOUTRestKorver will be rested Wednesday against the Celtics, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Sentinel reports.With the Hawks on a roll and the Celtics, losers of five of their last seven games, on the schedule, the team will use the opportunity to give the sharpshooter a night off. Thabo Sefolosha will get the start in his place, and Korver should be expected back in the lineup Friday in Toronto.
Jan 13, 2015Shelvin MackOUTCalfMack provided 12 points (5-12 FG, 2-4 3Pt) and 10 assists in the win over Philadelphia on Tuesday.Mack had been playing sparingly. With many of its starters resting, Atlanta was able to give Mack more playing time and he came through with a big game against the woeful 76ers. Jeff Teague (rest) should be back on Wednesday, so Mack will likely head back to the bench.
Jan 13, 2015DeMarre CarrollDoub TuesRestCarroll is expected to be rested for Tuesday’s game against the 76ers.
Jan 13, 2015Paul MillsapDoub TuesRestMillsap is expected to be rested for Tuesday’s game against the 76ers.
Jan 13, 2015DeMarre CarrollOUTRestCarroll (rest) will miss Tuesday’s game against the Sixers, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.This could be a very annoying omen, as coach Mike Budenholzer comes from the Gregg Popovich coaching tree and likely enjoys the idea of sitting his best players in games like this where the Hawks should be able to win without the talented wing. Thabo Sefolosha will get the start with Carroll out. The major concern here is that Budenholzer could opt to do this again the next time the Hawks face a back-to-back set.
Jan 13, 2015Jeff TeagueOUTRestTeague (rest) will not play in Tuesday’s game against the Sixers, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.This could be a very annoying omen, as coach Mike Budenholzer comes from the Gregg Popovich coaching tree and likely enjoys the idea of sitting his best players in games like this where the Hawks should be able to win without the star point guard. Dennis Schroder will get the start with Teague out. The major concern here is that Budenholzer could opt to do this again the next time the Hawks face a back-to-back set.
Jan 13, 2015Paul MillsapOUTRestMillsap (rest) will not play in Tuesday’s game against the Sixers, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.This could be a very annoying omen, as coach Mike Budenholzer comes from the Gregg Popovich coaching tree and likely enjoys the idea of sitting his best players in games like this where the Hawks should be able to win without the star power forward. Mike Muscala will get the start with Millsap out. The major concern here is that Budenholzer could opt to do this again the next time the Hawks face a back-to-back set.
Jan 8, 2015Elton BrandQues FriPersonalBrand missed Wednesday’s game to attend to a family matter. He is questionable Friday against the Pistons.
Jan 8, 2015Elton BrandQues FriPersonalBrand missed Wednesday’s game to tend to a family matter. He is questionable Friday against the Pistons.
Jan 8, 2015Elton BrandOUTPersonalBrand (personal) rejoined the team Thursday after a death in the family, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Brand was unavailable for Wednesday’s game against Memphis, but he’s back with the team and should be available for Friday’s matchup with red-hot Detroit. That said, Brand’s minutes have been sporadic, to say the least, this season, so he’s not much of a fantasy consideration.
Jan 8, 2015Elton BrandProb FriPersonalBrand missed Wednesday’s game to tend to a family matter. He is expected to be available Friday against the Pistons.
Jan 7, 2015Elton BrandOUTPersonalBrand was not available for Wednesday’s game due to a death in his family, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Brand has seen more minutes of late, but is still not a regular in the Hawks’ rotation. It’s not clear how long he will be away from the team, so it remains to be seen when he will play next.
Jan 1, 2015DeMarre CarrollOUTIllnessCarroll is questionable for Friday’s game against the Jazz after sitting out Thursday’s practice due to dehydration, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Carroll will travel to Utah for Friday’s game, which bodes well for his chances of playing. Expect the Hawks to provide an update on his status following the team’s morning shootaround.
Jan 1, 2015DeMarre CarrollProb FriConditioningCarroll did not practice due to dehydration but is expected to play Friday against the Jazz.
Dec 30, 2014Al HorfordProb FriIllnessHorford is suffering from an illness and did not play Tuesday. He is expected to be ready for Friday’s game against the Jazz.
Dec 30, 2014Al HorfordOUTIllnessHorford was announced as a late scratch less than two minutes before tipoff Tuesday due to an illness, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.Pero Antic will get the start at center, but there was nothing fantasy owners could do, as the news broke as the game was getting ready to start. Consider him day-to-day for now.
Dec 30, 2014Al HorfordDoub TuesIllnessHorford is suffering from an illness and is not expected to play Tuesday against the Cavaliers.
Dec 30, 2014Al HorfordQues FriIllnessHorford is suffering from an illness and did not play Tuesday. He is questionable for Friday’s game against the Jazz.
Dec 26, 2014OUTAnkleAntic (ankle) will not play Friday against the Bucks, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Antic will miss his second straight game due to an ankle issue, but it does not appear to be anything serious. Consider him questionable for the second half of the Hawks’ home-and-home set against the Bucks on Saturday in Milwaukee.
Dec 26, 2014Pero Anticout FriAnkleAntic is expected to miss Friday’s game against the Bucks due to an ankle injury.
Dec 26, 2014Pero AnticQues SatAnkleAntic did not play Friday due to an ankle injury and is questionable for Saturday’s game against the Bucks.
Dec 23, 2014Jeff TeagueOUTHamstringTeague (hamstring) will play Tuesday, although he will come off the bench, Clippers.com’s Rowan Kavner reports.Those in full season leagues probably have no choice but to play Teague, but it may be wise to stay away from him in daily contests, as it is not clear how much playing time he will get Tuesday. Dennis Schroder will be the starting point guard for at least one more game.
Dec 23, 2014Jeff TeagueOUTHamstringTeague (hamstring) is considered probable for Tuesday’s game agains the Clippers, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Teague has missed the team’s last three games due to a strained left hamstring, but he appears on track to return Tuesday. If that is, indeed, the case, Dennis Schroder will likely return to the bench. The second-year guard has averaged 13.3 points and 7.3 assists in Teague’s stead.
Dec 23, 2014OUTAnkleAntic (ankle) is considered questionable for Tuesday’s game against the Clippers, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Antic missed three games with an illness in the middle of the month but has played in the Hawks’ last three contests, logging an average of 15 minutes. He’s now dealing with a minor ankle injury, however, and is in jeopardy of missing Tuesday’s game.
Dec 22, 2014Jeff TeagueOUTHamstringTeague (hamstring) won’t suit up Monday at Dallas, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.With no timetable for a return in hand, Teague is missing his third game in a row due to a hamstring strain. In his place, he’ll again be covered at the point by Dennis Schroder.
Dec 22, 2014Jeff TeagueOUTHamstringTeague (hamstring) is doubtful for Monday’s game against the Mavericks and has no timetable to return, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Teague appears on track to miss his third straight game due to a hamstring injury. Assuming he can’t go again Tuesday, Dennis Schroder would likely again receive the start at point guard in his place. The Hawks should update his official status at some point before tipoff.
Dec 20, 2014Jeff TeagueOUTHamstringTeague (hamstring) has been ruled out for Saturday’s game against Rockets, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.This comes as little surprise, considering Teague was doubtful coming in after suffering a hamstring strain during the first half of Monday’s game. Dennis Schroder will get the start at point guard Saturday, as Teague casts an eye toward returning Monday against Dallas.
Dec 19, 2014Jeff TeagueOUTHamstringTeague (hamstring) is doubtful for Saturday’s game against the Rockets, the Atlanta Journal-Contstitution reports.Teague’s injury occurred in the first half of Monday’s game against the Pacers, but he was able to finish the remainder. He missed Wednesday’s contest due to the issue, and it appears he is unlikely for Saturday as well. Teague’s status will likely clear up as the tipoff against the Rockets nears.
Dec 17, 2014Jeff TeagueOut MonHamstringTeague has missed the last two games with a hamstring injury and will not return Monday against the Mavericks.
Dec 17, 2014Jeff TeagueQues MonHamstringTeague has missed the last two games with a hamstring injury and is questionable to play Monday against the Mavericks.
Dec 17, 2014Jeff TeagueQues TuesHamstringTeague has missed the last three games with a hamstring injury and is questionable to play Tuesday against the Clippers.
Dec 17, 2014Jeff TeagueDoub SatHamstringTeague missed Wednesday’s game due to a hamstring injury and is not expected to play Saturday against the Rockets.
Dec 17, 2014Jeff TeagueDoub MonHamstringTeague has missed the last two games with a hamstring injury and is unlikely to return Monday against the Mavericks.
Dec 17, 2014Jeff TeagueOUTHamstringTeague (hamstring) won’t play Wednesday against the Cavaliers, Fox Sports reports.Teague initially considered doubtful after suffering a hamstring injury in Monday’s game against the Bulls. He is now officially out, meaning Dennis Schroder will likely receive the start at point guard.
Dec 17, 2014Jeff TeagueProb TuesHamstringTeague has missed the last three games with a hamstring injury but will likely return Tuesday against the Clippers.
Dec 17, 2014Jeff TeagueOut WedHamstringTeague will not play Wednesday against the Cavaliers due to a hamstring injury.
Dec 17, 2014Jeff TeagueOUTHamstringTeague is considered doubtful to play Wednesday against the Cavaliers, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Teague suffered a strained hamstring in the first half of Monday’s win over the Bulls. While he remained in the game and played 32 minutes, he told reporters that his explosiveness was limited by the injury. It doesn’t appear to be anything serious, but at this point it seems unlikely he plays Wednesday. A more definitive update will be available closer to the 7:00 PM ET tip. If Teague does, indeed, sit, Dennis Schroder is the most likely candidate to step in as the starter.
Dec 17, 2014Jeff TeagueDoub WedHamstringTeague is not expected to play Wednesday against the Cavaliers due to a hamstring injury.
Dec 17, 2014Jeff TeagueQues SatHamstringTeague missed Wednesday’s game due to a hamstring injury and is questionable Saturday against the Rockets.
Dec 16, 2014OUTIllnessAntic (illness) has been upgraded to active for Wednesday’s matchup with Cleveland, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Antic missed three game while battling the flu, but he’s been cleared to play Wednesday and will slot back into his role as a reserve power forward. He’s struggled offensively of late, shooting a paltry 34.4 percent from the field in sis December games.
Dec 15, 2014OUTIllnessAntic (illness) won’t play Monday against the Bulls, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.The absence marks three in a row due to the illness, but even before the malady, Antic had failed to reach 20 minutes on the court in four consecutive games. During that span, he mustered 6.8 points (on 32 percent shooting), two rebounds, and 0.8 assists in 15 minutes per contest. With Antic out of commission, the Hawks have relied upon Mike Scott and Elton Brand as the sole big men off the bench.
Dec 15, 2014OUTIllnessAntic (illness) will be a game-time decision for Monday’s game against the Bulls, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Antic missed both of the weekend games Friday and Saturday due to flue-like symptoms, and his health will likely be monitored leading up to the game to determine whether he will be available or not. If he can’t go, Elton Brand, Paul Millsap and Al Horford could be candidates to shoulder an extra workload.
Dec 12, 2014Pero AnticOut MonFluAntic has the flu and has missed the last two games. He will not return Monday against the Bulls.
Dec 12, 2014Pero AnticQues MonFluAntic has the flu and has missed the last two games. He is questionable to play Monday against the Bulls.
Dec 12, 2014OUTIllnessAntic (illness) will not play Friday or Saturday, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Antic is dealing with flu-like symptoms and his status for Monday’s game against the Bulls is also in question. Mike Muscala and Elton Brand will likely take on Antic’s minutes during his time off the court.
Dec 12, 2014OUTIllnessAntic is doubtful for Friday’s game against the Magic with flu-like symptoms, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.If Antic is unable to play, it will only be the third time that he doesn’t take the court all season. Mike Muscala and Elton Brand will likely absorb Antic’s minutes during his potential absence.
Dec 12, 2014Pero AnticDoub SatFluAntic has the flu and did not play Friday against the Magic. He is doubtful for Saturday’s game.
Dec 12, 2014Pero AnticDoub FriFluAntic has the flu and is doubtful to play Friday against the Magic.
Dec 12, 2014Pero AnticOut SatFluAntic has the flu and did not play Friday against the Magic. He is not expected to be ready for Saturday’s game.
Dec 12, 2014Pero AnticQues WedFluAntic has the flu and has missed the last three games. He is questionable to return Wednesday against the Cavaliers.
Dec 11, 2014Mike ScottProb FriFluScott has the flu but is expected to play Friday against the Magic.
Dec 11, 2014Mike ScottOUTIllnessScott (illness) is expected to return to the lineup Friday against the Magic, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Scott was experiencing flu-like symptoms, which kept him out of Wednesday’s victory over the Sixers. After the night off, he’s feeling better and all signs point to him playing Friday, barring a setback. In 14.0 minutes off the bench this season, Scott is averaging 8.1 points and 2.2 rebounds per game.
Dec 10, 2014Mike ScottOUTIllnessScott will miss Wednesday’s game against the Sixers with flu-like symptoms, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Scott has averaged 8.1 points, 2.2 rebounds and 0.6 assists in 14 minutes off the bench this season. In his absence, Paul Millsap could receive even more minutes if the score remains close, with Pero Antic and Mike Muscala also potentially figuring in the mix.
Nov 29, 2014Thabo SefoloshaOUTIllnessSefolosha (illness) is listed as probable for Saturday’s game against Charlotte, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Sefolosha sat out the Hawks’ last two games with flu-like symptoms, but he went through Saturday’s shootaround and is expected to return to the court. The veteran is averaging nearly 23 minutes per game but doesn’t hold much fantasy value in most formats.
Nov 28, 2014Thabo SefoloshaOUTIllnessSefolosha (illness) is out Friday, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.Sefolosha appears to be battling an ongoing sickness, missing his second game in three days. He should continue to be considered day-to-day, but is not currently worth starting in most leagues when healthy anyway.
Nov 26, 2014Thabo SefoloshaOut FriIllnessSefolosha is dealing with flu-like symptoms and missed Wednesday’s game. He will not play Friday against the Pelicans.
Nov 26, 2014Thabo SefoloshaProb SatIllnessSefolosha is dealing with flu-like symptoms and has missed the last two games. He is expected to play Saturday against the Hornets.
Nov 26, 2014Thabo SefoloshaOUTIllnessSefolosha is inactive Wednesday due to flu-like symptoms, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.He is not a great fantasy option even when he is healthy, and should be considered day-to-day going forward.
Nov 26, 2014Thabo SefoloshaQues SatIllnessSefolosha is dealing with flu-like symptoms and has missed the last two games. He is questionable to play Saturday against the Hornets.
Nov 26, 2014Thabo SefoloshaOut WedIllnessSefolosha is dealing with flu-like symptoms and will not play Wednesday against the Raptors.
Nov 26, 2014Thabo SefoloshaQues FriIllnessSefolosha is dealing with flu-like symptoms and missed Wednesday’s game. He is questionable Friday against the Pelicans.
Nov 21, 2014DeMarre CarrollOUTGroinCarroll (groin) will play and start Friday against the Pistons, the Atlanta Journal-Constituion reports.Carroll missed the previous four games before Friday, but was able to fully practice on Wednesday. Considering he was able to practice Wednesday, it’s not all that surprising that he’ll start Friday. He could be on a minutes restriction, as it’s his first game back, so that’s something to also keep in mind. In six games this season he’s averaged 12 points and 6.3 rebounds.
Nov 19, 2014DeMarre CarrollOUTGroinCarroll (groin) should be able to return for Friday’s game, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.He went through a full practice Wednesday after missing the last four games with a groin injury. Carroll should still be considered day-to-day, but owners will want to check his status in advance of Friday’s tilt, as he could return to the starting lineup.
Nov 18, 2014DeMarre CarrollOUTGroinCarroll (groin) has been ruled out for Tuesday’s matchup with the Lakers, Chris Vivalmore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Carroll will miss his fourth straight game, but he was able to participate in Monday’s practice on a limited basis, so a return doesn’t appear far off. His next chance to take the court will come Friday when the Hawks host Detroit.
Nov 17, 2014DeMarre CarrollOUTGroinCarroll (groin) is considered doubtful for Tuesday’s game against the Lakers, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Carroll missed the Hawks’ last two games with the groin injury, and it’s looking he will miss his third straight game Tuesday night. Carroll was able to get in limited work at Monday’s practice, so assuming he sits Tuesday, he could return for Atlanta’s next game Friday.
Nov 13, 2014Mike ScottProb FriBackScott is expected to play Friday against the Heat despite to a back injury.
Nov 13, 2014DeMarre CarrollOUTGroinCarroll (groin) will not play Friday against the Heat, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Carroll will miss his second straight game after sitting out Wednesday’s contest as he nurses a strained groin. The Hawks haven’t offered much in terms of a timetable, so monitoring his status on a game-to-game basis is the best course of action. In Carroll’s absence Wednesday, Thabo Sefolosha drew the start at small forward, scoring 10 points to go with five boards in 35 minutes. Mike Scott (back) also missed Wednesday’s game.
Nov 13, 2014Mike ScottOUTBackScott (back) is considered probable for Friday’s game against the Heat, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Scott missed Wednesday’s game with a back contusion, but all signs point to him returning for Friday’s matchup, barring a setback. With DeMarre Carroll (groin) ruled out, Scott could get the start at small forward. Whether that’s the case or not, Scott figures to see increased minutes.
Nov 12, 2014DeMarre CarrollOUTGroinCarroll (groin) will not play in Wednesday’s game, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.With Mike Scott (back) also out, Thabo Sefolosha will get the start at the three. Consider Carroll questionable for Friday’s game.
Nov 12, 2014Mike ScottOUTBackScott (back) will not play in Wednesday’s game, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.With DeMarre Carroll also out, Thabo Sefolosha will get the start at small forward against the Jazz. Consider Scott day-to-day.
Nov 11, 2014DeMarre CarrollProb FriGroinCarroll has a groin injury and has missed the last four games. He is expected to return Friday against the Pistons.
Nov 11, 2014DeMarre CarrollOut TuesGroinCarroll has a groin injury and has missed the last three games. He will not return for Tuesday’s game against the Lakers.
Nov 11, 2014DeMarre CarrollQues SatGroinCarroll has a groin injury and has missed the last two games. He is questionable to play Saturday against the Cavaliers.
Nov 11, 2014DeMarre CarrollDoub FriGroinCarroll has a groin injury and did not play Wednesday. He is not expected to be in the lineup for Friday’s game against the Heat.
Nov 11, 2014DeMarre CarrollOut WedGroinCarroll has a groin injury and will not play Wednesday against the Jazz.
Nov 11, 2014OUTFootPayne (foot) is considered probable for Wednesday’s game against the Jazz, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Payne is yet to play this season while battling plantar fasciitis. At this point, it’s difficult to assess how he’ll fit into the rotation, so it’s probably best to employ a wait-and-see approach until the rookie has a few NBA games under his belt.
Nov 11, 2014Mike ScottOUTBackScott (back) is questionable for Wednesday’s game against the Jazz, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Scott sustained a lower back contusion against the Knicks on Monday, and his status is up in the air for Wednesday’s contest. If he does take the court, he could be in for a minutes boost with DeMarre Carroll (groin) currently considered doubtful to play.
Nov 11, 2014DeMarre CarrollOUTGroinCarroll (groin) is doubtful for Wednesday’s game against the Jazz, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Carroll is nursing a strained groin suffered Monday against the Knicks, and it seems unlikely he takes the court Wednesday. If he is, indeed, held out, expect to see more of Thabo Sefolosha and Mike Scott (back), who is currently listed as questionable.
Nov 11, 2014DeMarre CarrollQues TuesGroinCarroll has a groin injury and has missed the last three games. He is questionable for Tuesday’s game against the Lakers.
Nov 11, 2014DeMarre CarrollQues FriGroinCarroll has a groin injury and did not play Wednesday. He is questionable for Friday’s game against the Heat.
Nov 11, 2014DeMarre CarrollOut SatGroinCarroll has a groin injury and has missed the last two games. He will not return Saturday against the Cavaliers.
Nov 11, 2014DeMarre CarrollDoub TuesGroinCarroll has a groin injury and has missed the last three games. He is unlikely to return for Tuesday’s game against the Lakers.
Nov 11, 2014DeMarre CarrollDoub WedGroinCarroll has a groin injury and is not expected to play Wednesday against the Jazz.
Nov 8, 2014OUTFootPayne (foot) will not play in Saturday’s game, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.The Hawks’ first round pick has yet to make his season debut as he deals with plantar fasciitis. Consider him day-to-day.
Nov 6, 2014OUTFootPayne (foot) will not play Friday against the Hornets, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Payne continues to battle plantar fasciitis, and he’ll sit out his fourth consecutive game. It’s unknown when he’ll be able to return, but the fact that he’s been ruled out more than 24 hours before Friday’s game isn’t the most encouraging of signs.
Nov 5, 2014Kyle KorverOUTIllnessKorver (illness) has been upgraded from probable to active for Wednesday’s game against the Spurs, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Korver missed Monday’s practice due to illness, but now that he’s healthy, the sharpshooter is expected to be full-speed for Wednesday’s contest. Through the Hawks’ first pair of games, Korver has totaled 29 points, including an outstanding eight three-pointers.
Nov 4, 2014Kyle KorverOUTIllnessKorver (illness) returned to practice Tuesday, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Korver missed Monday’s session with flu-like symptoms, but his presence Tuesday suggests he’ll likely be ready for Wednesday’s game against San Antonio.
Nov 4, 2014OUTFootPayne (foot) has been ruled out for Wednesday’s game against the Spurs, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Plantar fasciitis will keep Payne out of action once again, and he’ll now look toward Friday’s matchup with Charlotte as his next opportunity to take the court. The rookie out of Michigan State is yet to play this season.
Nov 3, 2014Kyle KorverQues WedIllnessKorver has an illness and is questionable for Wednesday’s game against the Spurs.
Nov 3, 2014Kyle KorverProb WedIllnessKorver has been dealing with an illness but is expected to be ready for Wednesday’s game against the Spurs.
Nov 3, 2014OUTFootPayne (foot) is unlikely to play against the Spurs on Wednesday, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Payne, who missed Saturday’s game against the Pacers, continues to deal with plantar fasciitis in his left foot. The Hawks have not provided an update on his status, though the fact that he’s already deemed unlikely to play two days before Wednesday’s matchup indicates that his foot isn’t close to healed.
Nov 3, 2014Kyle KorverOUTIllnessKorver (illness) did not practice Monday and his status for Wednesday’s game is in question, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.An illness kept Korver out of practice Monday, and he’ll be evaluated over the next two days to determine whether he’ll be ready to go Wednesday. In two games thus far, Korver has 29 total points (10-15 FG) with eight three-pointers.
Nov 2, 2014Adreian PayneDoub MonFootPayne is dealing with plantar fasciitis and has yet to play this season. He is not expected to return Monday against the Pacers.
Nov 2, 2014Adreian PayneQues TuesFootPayne is dealing with plantar fasciitis and has yet to play this season. He is questionable to return Tuesday against the Celtics.
Nov 2, 2014Adreian PayneQues WedFootPayne is dealing with plantar fasciitis and has yet to play this season. He is questionable to return Wednesday against the Raptors.
Nov 2, 2014Adreian PayneQues FriFootPayne is dealing with plantar fasciitis and has yet to play this season. He is questionable to return Friday against the Pistons.
Nov 2, 2014Adreian PayneOut indefinitelyFootPayne is dealing with plantar faciitis and has yet to play this season. There is no timetable for his return.
Nov 2, 2014Adreian PayneQues WedFootPayne is dealing with plantar fasciitis and has yet to play this season. He is questionable to return Wednesday against the Heat.
Nov 2, 2014Adreian PayneQues SatFootPayne is dealing with plantar fasciitis and has yet to play this season. He is questionable to play Saturday against the Cavaliers.
Nov 2, 2014Adreian PayneQues SatFootPayne is dealing with plantar fasciitis and has yet to play this season. He is questionable to return Saturday against the Hornets.
Nov 2, 2014Adreian PayneQues TuesFootPayne is dealing with plantar fasciitis and has yet to play this season. He is questionable to play Tuesday against the Lakers.
Nov 2, 2014Adreian PayneQues TuesFootPayne is dealing with plantar fasciitis and has yet to play this season. He is questionable to return Tuesday against the Wizards.
Nov 2, 2014Adreian PayneQues FriFootPayne is dealing with plantar fasciitis and has yet to play this season. He is questionable to return Friday against the Nets.
Nov 2, 2014Adreian PayneQues SunFootPayne is dealing with plantar fasciitis and has yet to play this season. He is questionable to play Sunday against the Nuggets.
Nov 2, 2014Adreian PayneQues FriFootPayne is dealing with plantar fasciitis and has yet to play this season. He could return Friday against the Heat.
Nov 2, 2014Adreian PayneQues FriFootPayne is dealing with plantar fasciitis and has yet to play this season. He is questionable to return Friday against the Pelicans.
Nov 2, 2014Adreian PayneQues WedFootPayne is dealing with plantar faciitis and has yet to play this season. He could return Wednesday against the Jazz.
Oct 31, 2014OUTFootPayne has platar fasciitis in his left foot and will not play Saturday against the Pacers, the Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.Payne has long-term upside, but he wasn’t likely to play a major role on this Hawks team, at least not in the early going, so this shouldn’t significantly hinder his fantasy value for those in very deep leagues.
Oct 14, 2014Jeff TeagueOUTHandTeague left Tuesday’s game with a Hawks trainer after sustaining an apparent right hand injury, ESPN’s Tom Haberstroh reports.There’s no official word of an injury, but Teague left with a trainer after slipping and falling on his hand early in the first quarter. We will update his status when something official is announced by the team.
Oct 13, 2014Al HorfordOUTChestHorford (chest) is expected to play in at least one of the Hawks’ three exhibition games this week, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. “I think we are hopeful that at some point during the week he’ll get a chance to play,” coach Mike Budenholzer said following Monday’s practice.Horford has been out since tearing his right pectoral muscle 29 games into last season. He’s progressed slowly throughout camp, but Horford is finally close to returning to full-contact action. He took part in nearly all of the team’s five-on-five work Monday and his health will continue to be monitored on a daily basis. The Hawks have games Tuesday (Heat), Thursday (Bulls) and Saturday (Pistons) this week.
Oct 10, 2014Kent BazemoreOUTFootBazemore (foot) won’t play in Saturday’s exhibition game, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.He has taken part in the contact portions of practice this week, so he should be able to take the court in the near future.
Oct 10, 2014OUTNoseAntic (nose) won’t play in Saturday’s exhibition game, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.He won’t travel with the team after breaking his nose in practice last week. He was fitted for a protective mask and coach Mike Budenholzer said he expects Antic to take part in some contact work Monday, with a chance of him playing in one or more of the team’s three preseason games next week.
Oct 10, 2014Al HorfordOUTChestHorford (chest) won’t play in Saturday’s exhibition game, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.He continued contact work and played four-on-four Friday, and while the team feels good about how he’s progressing, they will play it safe and sit him out Saturday. Unless he experiences a setback, it seems likely that he’ll be ready to go for the start of the regular season.
Oct 8, 2014Al HorfordOUTChestHorford (chest) played in full contact five-on-five situations during Wednesday’s practice, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Horford is incrementally increasing his practice load following last season’s torn pectoral muscle. After being cleared for two-on-two contact earlier in the week, Horford went through five-on-five activities Wednesday. According to Horford, how his body responds Thursday will help guide his schedule moving forward, but the Hawks’ center maintains that he intends on playing during the preseason.
Oct 8, 2014Kent BazemoreOUTFootBazemore (foot) took part in full contact five-on-five scrimmage work during Wednesday’s practice, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Bazemore is edging closer to 100 percent health following foot surgery in April and Wednesday’s practice marked an encouraging development on that front. The swingman participated in live scrimmage action, which could make it worthwhile to monitor his status in advance of Saturday’s preseason game versus the Grizzlies. In any event, Bazemore is expected to provide an offensive alternative to Thabo Sefolosha behind starting shooting guard Kyle Korver this season.
Oct 6, 2014Al HorfordOUTChestHorford (chest) has been cleared for two-on-two contact, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Horford has been brought along slowly during camp, as he continues to work back from his second torn pectoral muscle. Over the past three days, he’s been limited during contact activities, but he’ll now be able to work in more physical, two-on-two settings. At this point, it’s unclear when, exactly, he’ll return to the court, but he said Monday that he plans to play in several preseason contests. “I feel good,” Horford said. “I’ll see how I feel tomorrow and maybe start doing more in practice, more than I have been doing.” The Hawks open preseason play Monday night against the Pelicans.
Oct 6, 2014DeMarre CarrollOUTAnkleCarroll will test his injured ankle before deciding on his status for Monday’s exhibition, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.He twisted his ankle during Saturday’s practice, and it’s an encouraging sign for his status for the start of the regular season that there’s a chance he could play Monday.
Oct 6, 2014DeMarre CarrollOUTAnkleCarroll (ankle) won’t play in Monday’s preseason contest against the Pelicans, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.During Saturday’s practice, Carroll twisted his ankle, and with the Hawks tipping off the exhibition season, caution will rule the day in order to avoid a setback. He’ll yield small forward to Thabo Sefolosha.
Oct 6, 2014Kyle KorverOUTPersonalKorver isn’t playing in Monday’s preseason contest against the Pelicans due to a personal matter.The sharpshooter will yield his spot on the wing to John Jenkins. Currently, there’s no word on a potential return date, but the Hawks don’t take the court again until Saturday, giving him ample time to deal with his outside concern.
Oct 4, 2014Al HorfordOUTChestHorford (pectoral) won’t play in Monday’s exhibition, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.He is still expected to be ready for the start of the regular season, but the Hawks are taking it easy with Horford during camp.
Oct 4, 2014OUTNoseAntic had surgery to repair a broken nose Saturday, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.He missed Saturday’s practice, but other than potentially having to wear a protective mask, his status for the start of the season is not in jeopardy. Antic won’t play in Monday’s exhibition.
Oct 4, 2014DeMarre CarrollOUTAnkleCarroll twisted his ankle during Saturday’s practice, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore reports.The severity of the ankle sprain is not known yet, but hopefully with almost a month to go before the start of the regular season, he’ll be able to regain his health before games start to matter in fantasy. If he were to miss any time, Thabo Sefolosha would be the primary beneficiary.
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