The Atlanta Hawks return to Phillips Arena tonight to take on the New York Knicks. Can they take advantage of this three-game homestand?The Atlanta Hawks (15-16) are still a confusing basketball team. The last two weeks have been particularly confusing. Over that time period, they’ve got wins over the Toronto Raptors and Oklahoma City Thunder. They’ve also got a pair of losses to the Minnesota Timberwolves.Predicting what the Hawks will do in a single game is nearly impossible. Tonight they’ll face an opponent that’s almost as confounding as they are. The New York Knicks (16-14) come to Phillips Arena tonight, in search of some consistency of their own.I’d say they’re overachievers. For this team to be two games over .500, and the 5th seed in the Eastern Conference, is pretty amazing. Remember when we all giggled at Derrick Rose calling these Knicks a “super-team”? Those were good times.Call me crazy, but I didn’t think assembling a group of players that peaked in 2009 was a solid team-building strategy. Rose has been fine, if unspectacular. He’s never going to be the player he was during his MVP season, but he’s giving the Knicks just enough this season. Joakim Noah has been as injured as… Read full this story
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