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News » Atlanta Hawks Roster Report 2008-12-24


Atlanta Hawks Roster Report 2008-12-24


Atlanta Hawks Roster Report 2008-12-24
ROTATION: Starters -- Point guard Mike Bibby, Shooting guard Joe Johnson, Small forward Marvin Williams, Power forward Josh Smith, Center Al Horford. Bench -- Guard Flip Murray, Guard Acie Law IV, Guard Mario West, Guard Mo Evans, Guard Speedy Claxton, Forward Thomas Gardner, Forward Othello Hunter, Forward Solomon Jones, Forward/center Zaza Pachulia, Center Randolph Morris.

PLAYER NOTES:

--G Mario West showed once again that no matter how many minutes he does or does not play, he'll go through a brick wall for his team if he is on the floor. West got into a late-game skirmish with Thunder starters Russell Westbrook and Desmond Mason, receiving a technical foul with 17 seconds to play for role in the dustup.

--F Marvin Williams played feisty basketball against Kevin Durant; taking the defensive challenge as well as the matching responsibility on the offensive end. He finished his night with 21 points and seven rebounds to Durant's 28 and six. Williams continues to be the Hawks' most active player on both ends of the floor.

--F Solomon Jones took his game to another level by sinking the first three-point shot of his career in the final seconds. Jones said he didn't mean to take the shot but he thought the clock was going to run out so he just heaved the ball up and it swished through the nets with 2.9 seconds to play. Neither Hawks coach Mike Wooodson nor the Thunder's players were happy about Jones' last-second hijinks.


Author: Fox Sports
Author's Website: http://www.foxsports.com
Added: December 24, 2008

 

 
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