Backdoor Cut: #atlhawks @dennismike93 postgame presser 11.4.15

Atlanta Hawks' guard Dennis Schroder (17)Photo credit: Scott Cunningham/NBAE via Getty Images
Atlanta Hawks’ guard Dennis Schroder (17)
Photo credit: Scott Cunningham/NBAE via Getty Images

By E. Marcel Pourtout, Editor

The Sports Inquirer spoke with Atlanta Hawks guard Dennis Schroder following his team’s 101-87 home win over the Brooklyn Nets on Nov. 4. He scored 20 points and had four assists as a starter replacing the resting Kyle Korver. Topics included thoughts on the win, starting in the backcourt with Jeff Teague and the improvement of Schroder’s jump shot with assistance from a teammate this offseason.

The Hawks return to action on Friday at New Orleans.

Backdoor Cut: Atlanta Hawks’ @paulmillsap4 postgame presser #atlhawks 11/4/15

Atlanta Hawks' forward Paul MillsapPhoto Credit: Jesse Garrabrant/NBAE via Getty Images
Atlanta Hawks’ forward Paul Millsap
Photo Credit: Jesse Garrabrant/NBAE via Getty Images

By E. Marcel Pourtout, Editor

The Sports Inquirer attended the psotgame presser of Atlanta Hawks’ forward Paul Millsap following his team’s 101-87 home win over the Brooklyn Nets on Nov. 4. He scored 12 points and grabbed a team-high nine rebounds in the victory. The Hawks have now won five consecutive games after dropping their season opener.

Atlanta will return to action this Friday at New Orleans.

Backdoor Cut: Atlanta Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer postgame presser #atlhawks 11.4.15

Atlanta Hawks' coach Mike BudenholzerPhoto credit: Streeter Lecka/Getty Images
Atlanta Hawks’ coach Mike Budenholzer
Photo credit: Streeter Lecka/Getty Images

By E. Marcel Pourtout, Editor

The Sports Inquirer attended the postgame presser of Atlanta Hawks’ head coach Mike Budenholzer following his team’s 101-87 home win over the Brooklyn Nets on Nov. 4. It was the Hawks’ fifth consecutive win following their loss in the season opener.

Topics included thoughts on the win, contributions of role players such as Justin Holiday, Tiago Splitter, Thabo Sefolosha and Mike Scott as well as the Hawks’ improved defensive effort in the second half.

Atlanta returns to action this Friday on the road against New Orleans.