pepe1991 wrote:tiderulz wrote:pepe1991 wrote:
I don't know about that.
Two late lottery picks , never landed big name FA in history , their ceiling comes down to Young and Collins to take huge leap in development.
Maybe they can do it, maybe they can't. But i don't see them beng in playoff race next year.
I bet they land a big name in the next year or 2. Many NBA players have homes in or near Atlanta, they just hadnt wanted to play for the Hawks. They are getting more buzz with players now. Trae is already better than our PG's after just his rookie season, and has a higher ceiling. Collins is at least as good as AG in just his second year. if they both take a "huge lead in development", that will be major.
I have no clue is there any true in that rumor, but i heard that most players have side chicks in Atlanta and they don't want to play for Atlanta Hawks because it would mean whole family would move there
Doesn't help knock down that theory knowing that they are strip club capital in US
When i did some search , finding out that Atlanta has worst HIV rate among young adults ( 18-30) kind a shocked me.
This is so far off basketball topic but i think there is some truth in this.
LOL, i live in Atlanta. it is not known as the strip club capital in the US. much better clubs and more clubs in many other cities, to include Las Vegas, Miami, LA, NYC.
and never heard of this rumor you say of players having side chicks in Atlanta. where does this come from?
and what does HIV rates have to do with Atlanta attracting free agents? you went so far off the reservation on this