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Charlotte Bobcats - Atlanta Hawks: Saturday Gameday

Bobcats at Hawks

7:30 p.m., Philips Arena

TV: SportSouth. Radio: WFNZ-AM 610

Projected Starters

Bobcats Hawks
Pos, Player PPG RPG Pos, Player PPG RPG
G, K. Walker18.74.4G, J. Teague16.12.9
G, G. Henderson14.74.9G, K. Korver12.83.9
F, A. Tolliver3.82.6F, TBD
F, J. McRoberts8.05.4F, P. Millsap16.78.2
C, A. Jefferson16.79.6C, TBD

Matchup to Watch

Kemba Walker vs. Jeff Teague: Teague is coming off a 34-point, 14-assist game that included the game-winning shot in double-overtime against the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Observations

• For all the good work the Bobcats have done this season, they’re still winless (0-4) in the Southeast Division.

• Hawks center Al Horford has been diagnosed with a torn pectoral muscle and will be out indefinitely.

• The Hawks are on a seven-game home winning streak, which includes victories over the Clippers and Mavericks.

• The Bobcats have lost nine in a row to the Hawks. Last victory was April of 2011.

Tap-ins

• The Hawks lead the NBA in assists per game at 25.7 per game.

• The Hawks get big-time scoring off the bench from Lou Williams.

• The Hawks have won 70 percent of their home games since the start of the 2008-09 season.

Did you know?

Hawks guard Kyle Korver has now made a 3-pointer in an NBA-record 98 straight games.

Rick Bonnell

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