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NBA Standings: Hawks Looking to Build Momentum Once Again

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Southeast Standings

W L PCT GB STRK
Miami 45 21 .681 0 Won 2
Orlando 42 25 .626 3.5 Won 1
Atlanta 38 28 .575 7 Won 1
Charlotte 28 38 .424 17 Won 2
Washington 16 48 .250 28 Lost 3

(updated 3.14.2011 at 6:49 AM EDT)


Eastern W L PCT GB CONF DIV HOME ROAD L 10 STREAK
Boston1x 47 17 0.734 0.0 31-8 10-2 28-6 19-11 7-3 W 1
Chicago2c 47 18 0.723 0.5 28-11 12-0 29-4 18-14 9-1 W 6
Miami3x 45 21 0.682 3.0 29-12 9-3 24-9 21-12 4-6 W 2
Orlando4 42 25 0.627 6.5 27-12 9-4 24-11 18-14 6-4 W 1
Atlanta5 38 28 0.576 10.0 25-14 8-3 19-12 19-16 4-6 W 1
New York6 34 31 0.523 13.5 21-15 6-4 18-14 16-17 5-5 L 2
Philadelphia7 34 32 0.515 14.0 21-21 7-5 22-11 12-21 7-3 L 1
Indiana8 28 38 0.424 20.0 19-20 6-6 17-15 11-23 2-8 W 1
Charlotte 28 38 0.424 20.0 16-23 3-8 17-16 11-22 4-6 W 2
Milwaukee 26 39 0.400 21.5 18-19 5-7 17-16 9-23 5-5 L 1

Hawks Schedule This Week: Tues vs. Milwaukee, Wednesday vs. Denver, Friday vs. Miami, Sunday vs. Detroit

It won't be easy by any stretch of the imagination but the Hawks have an opportunity to once again build some momentum and this week would be a great place to start. To do so they will once again have to show some consistency which hasn't been the strong suit this season. We will see if Jeff Teague can continue to provide a spark enabling this team to dig in defensively while they still search to figure things out on the offensive end. Atlanta is 3.5 games behind Orlando and exactly 3.5 games in front of the Knicks. It is very likely that Atlanta will finish in the fifth spot in the East but if they are going to make one last run at the Magic then it probably needs to start this week.