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|Powell released by Spurs |
|(10/27/12) The Spurs waived forward Josh Powell on Saturday. Powell spent some time playing in China last year. |
|Powell commits to China for 2011-12 |
|(9/6/11) F Josh Powell signed a contract to play with a team in China during the upcoming season. Due to the rules set in place by the Chinese Basketball Association, Powell will not be eligible to play in the NBA this upcoming season. |
|Powell praying, staying positive |
|(3/14/11) After his arrest prior to Saturday's game for failing to yield to an emergency vehicle, Hawks forward Josh Powell wouldn't comment on the matter in practice Monday. However, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports he plans to release a statement later on. Powell did offer his state of mind. Its good, man," he said. "Ive done a lot of praying. Im trying to maintain a positive mind. I appreciate all the people that have been supportive in this situation.|
|Powell arrested outside Phillips Arena |
|(3/12/11) Hawks forward Josh Powell was arrested before Saturday night's game against the Blazers outside Phillips Arena after police say he repeatedly refused to move his car that was blocking an ambulance. Powell was charged with with failure to obey an authorized officer directing traffic, failure to yield to emergency equipment and obstruction, Atlanta Police spokesman Curtis Davenport told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. "The officer approached Mr. Powell's vehicle and told him numerous times to go straight through the intersection ... [he] refused and was placed under arrest," Davenport said. Powell did not dress against Portland. |
Hawks hold off Magic again, lead 3-1
Jamal Crawford scored 25 points and Joe Johnson hit four big free throws in the final 20 seconds after Atlanta struggled most of the night at the line, leading the Hawks to an 88-85 victory over the Orlando Magic and a 3-1 lead in their Eastern Conference playoff series Sunday night.
Heat hold off Hawks to lock up No. 2 seed in East
LeBron James scored 34 points and Miami held on for a 98-90 win over the Atlanta Hawks, who nearly rallied from a 20-point deficit while playing their backups against the Big Three in the fourth quarter Monday night.
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