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Phil Foley grew up in New York, rooting for all those typical New York sports teams. But when he moved to Atlanta right after the Olympics, one of the first teams he ever covered was the Atlanta Hawks. The lovable loser Hawks have grown on Phil, ever since he set foot in the old Omni to work his first game as a sports journalist. He brings you his insight from writing about the Hawks for the now-defunct PA SportsTicker for over 10 seasons with a bit of that New York tell-it-like-it-is attitude. Phil's expertise is not just limited to Atlanta's basketball team. He also covers the Atlanta Thrashers and the Atlanta Falcons for Examiner.com.

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Zaza Pachulia Not Headed To Turkey, But Other Hawks Could Head Overseas

Zaza, meet Deron. Deron, meet Zaza. You may be playing together in the Turkish league if the NBA players/owners can't settle this lockout thing come September.

NBA Lockout 2011: Players Have No Faces On Hawks.com, But Atlanta Hawks Cheerleaders Do

Joe Johnson Sings Karaoke, Puts Atlanta Hawks On TMZ

Joe Johnson lets loose and has a little fun.

NBA Lockout 2011: It Seems Like Hawks President Bob Williams Got The NBA's Talking Points Memo

NBA Lockout 2011: NBA.Com Now Has Player Bios Looking Like That Made-Up Guy On NBA 2K11

What The NBA Lockout Could Mean For The Atlanta Hawks

The NBA is headed to a dreaded lockout -- that could last a while. How will the lockout impact the Atlanta Hawks?

Atlanta Hawks Sale Sounds Like A Job For Former Thrashers President Don Waddell

NBA Lockout 2011 Leaves NBA.Com Looking Like A High School Newsletter

NBA.com's David Aldridge Also Says Atlanta Hawks Sale "Close"

Atlanta Hawks Minicamp: Jeremy Hazell, David Lighty Among Pre-Lockout Camp Invitees

The Atlanta Hawks are all set to run a three-day minicamp in advance of the NBA's lockout, which will likely be imposed after the current CBA expires on June 30.

Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.