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Hoops Habit May 24, 2018

Atlanta Hawks: 2017-18 player grades for Kent Bazemore

Veteran swingman Kent Bazemore made strides on both sides of the ball this year. Here’s how the journeyman wing found his niche with the Atlanta Hawks. For rebuilding teams like the Atlanta Hawks, lost seasons like the 2017-18 campaign should be used to evaluate players that could fill necessary roles for the team going forward. […] Atlanta Hawks: 2017-18 player grades for Kent Bazemore - Hoops Habit - Hoops Habit - NBA News, Rumors, Analysis, Opinion and Stats
Soaring Down South May 10, 2018

Atlanta Hawks 2017-18 Season Review: Kent Bazemore

Much like his backcourt running mate Dennis Schröder, Kent Bazemore of the Atlanta Hawks had a strong season in 2017-18, which was sadly cut short by a season-ending injury. After a disappointing campaign in 2016-17, Baze bounced back with a vengeance, delivering his finest ever professional season in the NBA on the back of an […] Atlanta Hawks 2017-18 Season Review: Kent Bazemore - Soaring Down South - Soaring Down South - An Atlanta Hawks blog
Peachtree Hoops Apr 27, 2018
Atlanta Hawks roundtable: Who was the team’s 2017-2018 MVP?

Atlanta Hawks roundtable: Who was the team’s 2017-2018 MVP?

Our postseason roundtable series begins. After a bit of time to allow the 2017-2018 season to breathe, there are a number of on-court questions to answer and, in this space over the next few days, the Peachtree Hoops staff will spring into action to tackle them. In our first roundtable, our writers weigh in on who the team MVP of the Atlanta Hawks was for the 2017-2018 campaign. Brad Rowland: Kent Bazemore. Because of his season-ending injury, this ended up being a lot closer than it would have been if he appeared in 75-plus games. Still, Bazemore was easily the team’s best wing...
Peachtree Hoops Apr 26, 2018
Hawks 2017-18 player review: Kent Bazemore

Hawks 2017-18 player review: Kent Bazemore

Bazemore took huge strides forward this year. After a 2016-17 season mired with poor efficiency from the field amid the pressures of a massive contract signed the previous offseason, Kent Bazemore bounced back in a big way in 2017-18. Bazemore’s value at the NBA level (and the reason he got paid in 2016) has always been as a 3-and-D wing capable of hitting high-30s on his three-point percentage and defending both guard positions on the other end, but when one of those falters, he looks as though he barely belongs on the floor, much less worth his $70 million contract. When it all comes...

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