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2017 Schedule
32-24, 2nd in Southeast
Being traded twice in one season a bad sign for Ilyasova? (0:58)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Sixers' and Hawks' trade of Ersan Ilyasova to Atlanta for Tiago Splitter, a second-round pick, and option to swap a second-round pick is officially announced. Ilysova helps the Hawks continue to try to replace Kyle Korver's ability to stretch the floor as fifth-place Atlanta tries to keep pace with the Raptors and Wizards -- the two teams right above it -- while also fending off Indiana, Chicago and Detroit.

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20hKevin Pelton

Trade grades: Who wins Hawks-76ers deal?

How does this deal affect Philly's future and its young players? Will Ersan Ilyasova help the Hawks in the East? Kevin Pelton grades the trade.

Stats & Info

Hawks could unseat Wizards in division

BPI is giving Atlanta a 22 percent chance to win its division at the All-Star break. Meanwhile, the Wizards, currently 2.5 games ahead, are still seen as the overwhelming favorite in the Southeast.

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3dMarc Stein

Hawks slip one notch to No. 10

In a one-time offer, Marc Stein calls upon you, the loyal Power Rankings fan, to provide the arguments for this week's assessments.

Griffin, Clippers extend win streak to four (0:33)

Clippers beat Hawks 99-84, win 4th in a row

Blake Griffin scored 17 points and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Atlanta Hawks 99-84 on Wednesday night to head into the All-Star break on a four-game winning streak.

Johnson turns defense into offense (0:21)

Jovan Buha ESPN Editor 

Floyd Mayweather and Mariah Carey talking in between quarters at Clippers-Hawks.

Rivers elevates for slam after steal (0:18)

Jovan Buha ESPN Editor 

The Clippers extended their lead to 19 points in the third quarter, taking a 83-64 lead into the final frame. Blake Griffin has 17 points, 5 rebounds and 9 assists.

Griffin throws down the hammer in win (0:19)
Jordan's dunk beats the buzzer (0:27)
Griffin stuffs Howard's dunk attempt (0:33)

Jovan Buha ESPN Editor 

The Clippers lead the Hawks 54-40 at halftime after DeAndre Jordan's buzzer-beating dunk is ruled good. Blake Griffin leads the Clips with 9 points, 6 assists, 1 steal and 1 block in 18 minutes.

Clippers' Mbah a Moute drives baseline for dunk (0:19)

Team Stats

Points Per Game103.820th
Rebounds Per Game44.0Tied-9th
Assists Per Game23.96th
Points Allowed104.310th

Team History


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