Kevin C. Cox
The Atlanta Hawks have lost five of six games and hope to snap a four-game streak at the United Center on Monday when they take on the Chicago Bulls.
The Atlanta Hawks are looking to snap out of their recent funk when they travel to Chicago for a matchup with the Bulls at the United Center. Chicago hasn't been kind to the Hawks of late who have lost four straight games in the Windy City dating back to the 2011 playoffs. The Bulls however have struggled at home of late losing four of six.
Atlanta won the previous meeting at Philips Arena 92-75 back on December 22. The two teams will meet one more time back in Atlanta on February 2nd.
Al Horford led Atlanta in the first meeting against the Bulls with 20 points and 10 rebounds. Larry Drew inserted Lou Williams into the starting lineup in the first meeting with Chicago but has gone away from that in the last two. Williams has also struggled off the bench averaging nine points a game in the last two games while averaging over 20 in his last three as a starter.
Derrick Rose is back practicing with the Bulls but isn't expected to return to the lineup until mid-February. Anthony Morrow has missed the last nine games for the Hawks and is questionable for Monday's game in Chicago.
Game Date/Time: Monday, January 14, 7:30 p.m. ET
Location: United Center, Chicago, Illinois
TV: SportSouth, NBA TV
Radio: 680 The Fan, 93.7 FM
Online Streaming: NBA League Pass Broadband