The Atlanta Hawks will likely get two key players back Friday night as Al Horford and Devin Harris are both listed as probable.
Hawks center Al Horford and guard Devin Harris are listed as probable after today's shootaround and will likely return to the court tonight against the Kings.
Al Horford and Devin Harris both participated in shootaround and are probable for tonight vs. Kings #ATLHawks— Atlanta Hawks (@ATLHawks) November 16, 2012
Atlanta played shorthanded in Wednesday's loss to the Warriors. Zaza Pachulia filled in for Horford in the team's starting lineup while Lou Williams took over as the back up point guard behind Jeff Teague.
Getting Horford back couldn't come at a better time as it will give Larry Drew some added size in the front court. Kings center DeMarcus Cousins returns from a two-game suspension tonight and will no doubt be looking to make up for lost time. Sacramento also features a frontcourt rotation including 6-11 Jason Thompson and 6-10 rookie Thomas Robinson. With Horford back there is a good chance that Drew may opt to go with the big starting lineup of Horford, Josh Smith and Zaza Pachulia up front.