Category: Atlanta Hawks

Sports Inquirer Show 77 (12.4.19) #sportsinquirer #sportsinquirershow #nfl #nba #atlhawks #truetoatlanta #togetherweswarm #lightitblue #ourcity

In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we discuss:

-Week 14 of the NFL season particularly the upcoming Baltimore/Buffalo New Orleans/San Francisco matchups, the struggles in Dallas and Philadelphia and the playoff pictures in the NFC and AFC in the Zone Blitz (3:00-33:00)

-A recap of the Georgia Tech vs. Georgia college football game, the growing pains of the Yellow Jackets under head coach Geoff Collins, the struggles of the Bulldogs’ offense, Georgia State’s bowl prospects and the overall landscape of college football in the Technical State of Georgia State Athletics (33:00-45:00)

-The form of the Atlanta Hawks with audio from head coach Lloyd Pierce along with players Trae Young and Damian Jones in the Backdoor Cut (45:00-53:00)

Sports Inquirer Show 77 (12.4.19)


Backdoor Cut: Atlanta Hawks Trae Young post-practice presser (12.3.19) #sportsinquirer #truetoatlanta #atlhawks @atlhawks @thetraeyoung @nba

Atlanta Hawks player Trae Young
Photo credit: Atlanta Hawks/NBA.com

The Sports Inquirer attended the presser of Atlanta Hawks player Trae Young following the team’s practice on Dec. 3. He scored 24 points and dished out eight assists in the team’s 104-79 home win over Golden State Dec. 2 snapping Atlanta’s 10-game losing streak.

Topics included the victory and the team handling the adversity of playing without teammates Kevin Huerter and John Collins.

Backdoor Cut: Atlanta Hawks Damian Jones post-practice presser (12.3.19) #sportsinquirer #truetoatlanta #atlhawks @atlhawks @dameology @nba @vandymbb

Atlanta Hawks player Damian Jones
Photo credit: Atlanta Hawks/NBA

The Sports Inquirer attended the presser of Atlanta Hawks player Damian Jones following the team’s practice on Dec. 3. He scored 16 points and grabbed eight rebounds in the team’s 104-79 home win over Golden State Dec. 2.

Topics included the victory, acclimating into the Atlanta Hawks lineup in his first year with the team, seeing more playing time in Atlanta than the previous two seasons in Golden State and being part of a young Hawks roster.