Why Trae Young should be NBA Rookie of the Year Atlanta Hawks

Atlanta’s Trae Young should be the NBA Rookie of the Year. Here’s why.

Atlanta Hawks player Trae Young has been the answer to the Hawks' point guard prayers, and by all accounts would be a shoo-in for this season’s Rookie of the Year award if not for fellow rookie Luka Doncic of the Dallas Mavericks. Here's why Young deserves the title.
2019 Augusta National Women's Amateur Championship

What it was like to be among the first women to ever compete at Augusta National

The Augusta National Women's Amateur marked the first time that women have competed on the grounds of Augusta National, home of the Masters tournament. Here, the players say what the opportunity means to them.
The Freeze - Atlanta Braves

Try as you might, you can’t beat The Freeze

In his sky blue bodysuit, Nigel Talton can outrun almost everyone in “RaceTrac’s Beat The Freeze,” at the Atlanta Braves' SunTrust Park. We interview the 28-year-old former track star about his history, Olympic dreams, and his time volunteering.
State Farm Arena Atlanta Renovation

What it’s like to watch an Atlanta Hawks game inside the revamped State Farm Arena

After spending the summer closed while crews ripped out walls, applied fresh coats of paint, and added new concessions and entertainment options to the former Philips Arena, the newly rechristened State Farm Arena hosted its first Atlanta Hawks game against the Dallas Mavericks on Wednesday evening, showing a sold-out crowd of basketball fans (16,705 of them, to be precise) what the $192.5 million renovation has to offer.
Atlanta Legends

The Legends are Atlanta’s new pro football team. But will their league survive to see a second season?

It’s called the Alliance of American Football. It's billed as a spring developmental league for the NFL and an off-season football and gambling fix. But the history of American football is littered with pro leagues that failed. Will the AAF be different?
Alex "Moose" Weekes

Meet Lilburn’s own Harlem Globetrotter: Alex “Moose” Weekes

While playing basketball at Berkmar High School in Lilburn, and later at college in Tennessee, 31-year-old Alex “Moose” Weekes got used to coaches battling him over his hair.

A look at Craig Kimbrel’s career highlights thus far

In the last three seasons, Craig Kimbrel has redefined the notion of pitching dominance, striking out hitters at rates never seen before. Along the way, he has collected saves with an efficiency similar to that of Braves legend John Smoltz. This past weekend, Kimbrel equaled Smoltzie’s career total of 154 saves, a franchise record.
Atlanta Falcons Game of Thrones schedule

Atlanta Falcons gave their 2019 schedule announcement the full Game of Thrones treatment

Football is coming, and the Atlanta Falcons decided to jump on the Game of Thrones hype train with their 2019 schedule announcement—a video parody of the hit HBO drama's opening credits sequence.
Atlanta Hawks 2019 Draft

The Atlanta Hawks doubled-down on strong draft picks and a better fan experience. The future is bright.

Thursday's free NBA Draft Party in the newly renovated State Farm Arena showed off a savvier, forward-thinking direction for the Atlanta Hawks, showcasing a fan energy that Hawks legend Dominique Wilkins, who made a scheduled appearance at the party, described as “unbelievable” and “outstanding.”

After a hellish marriage to Otis Nixon, Candi Staton returns with Life Happens

Describing her tumultuous two-year marriage to former Atlanta Braves outfielder Otis Nixon, Candi Staton doesn’t sugarcoat a thing: “It was hell on earth. My God, it was the most terrifying and devastating time in my whole life. I was going through the fires of hell trying to figure out how to live with him and then how to find a way out of that crazy marriage.”

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