Is this really the front page of the Hawks website right now? BAHAHAHA! Dude when’s the parade?
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HAHAHAHA!!! Last year, when the Celts were pretty good, every win they got EP put on the front of his website. Now that Boston sports have come back to reality, he is forced to make fun of teams better than theirs, ie; Jets, Hawks, Yankees….
And thank you Stat boy.
I’m from ATL & the Hawks haven’t been worth a shit for as long as I can remember, and nobody in that town gives a shit about them. I mean, when Dikembe Mutumbo is your most ‘notable’ franchise player in recent memory, you’ll get excited ’bout pretty much anything…
yea i was at that first game in Boston and it was down to the wire…yet they put we had 66 points…love how they are in competition with us…to me it’s just another regular season loss, can’t wait come playoff time to see what happens!!! we didn’t have KG for the last 3 either!!!
how about the celtics scored 86 points in that game and the hawks forgot?
How bout that 97-66 score? ASS BEATINGGGG!
George Bush doesn’t care about basketball players
Pres, you’re right. What’s the big deal? I mean it’s just the Celtics anyway. Big whoop.
I am like the Atlanta Hawks, and all of you are the Boston Celtics. I sweep all of you in comments.
mike jones, the three seasons before the trade: 85.9%, 90.7%, and 90.4% attendance. i remember being shocked at how many people were at those games.
before garnett, and allen no one in boston cared about basketball since bird.
yes bstn people from boston care about basketball. and idioto you missed you the point dude
Yeah I’m sure he’s making fun of the Hawks and not the fact that they put this on the front page of their website like it counts for something huge.
People care about basketball?
EP you are pathetic. Hawks sweep the Celts, and YOU are making fun of THEM? Ha!
Cue the Duck Boats of atlanta!
they swept of the premier franchises in the nba. the hawks have never accomplished anything, relax.
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