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Is 'so sick of losing'
Huerter expressed his displeasure with the Hawks' lack of success, noting that he's "so sick of losing," Chris Kirschner of The Athletic reports. "I just want to win. Since my sophomore year at Maryland, we didn't have a good season team-wise and then obviously the first two years here. I want to win in Atlanta. I want to prove to everybody that what we're doing is working. We have to take that next step."
Should return when league does
Capela had recovered enough from his heel injury to participate in half-court workouts when the NBA season was put on pause, Sarah K. Spencer of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Likely starter for time being
Out multiple weeks
Could be on move
May have suffered concussion
Out at least two more weeks
Career could be in jeopardy
Suffers injuries in car accident
Taking part in Three-Point Contest
'I'm not a cheater'
Addressing comments that Collins is a cheater, he stated, "I feel like if you know me and know my character and my person, it's not what I would do. It's not what I would ever do. For me, I just want to let them know that I'm not a cheater. This is something that will never happen again, if I can control it." Chris Kirschner of The Athletic reports.
Frustrated with early losses
Coach not worried about shooting
Usage could decrease
Not ruling out Milwaukee return
Expecting good news
Practicing with team
Collins has been practicing in the Hawks in preparation for his return to action in late-December.
May have lost starting job
Len may have lost his starting center spot, as the Hawks will go with Damian Jones on Tuesday.
Goal is to be Most Improved Player
Len is in line to see the biggest role of his career and noted recently that his goal is to be the NBA's Most Improved Player in 2019-20, Chris Kirschner of the Athletic reports. According to Len, "There's no doubt in my mind, though. I'm the strongest I've been and the most skilled I've ever been. I feel like it's all coming together for me finally."