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					                 Atlanta Hawks (14-6) at New Orleans Hornets (4-15)
                                          New Orleans Arena, New Orleans, LA
                                           Sunday, January 29 – 7:00 p.m. ET
                                              Game #21, Road Game #12
                                            SportSouth HD, 680 AM/93.7 FM

#24      MARVIN WILLIAMS             F        6-9       245      AVG: 10.4 ppg, 6.1 rpg, 1.2 apg
                                                                      (.425 FG%, .474 3FG%, .750 FT%)

LAST GAME: Poured in season-high 22 pts on 6-9 FGs (career-best 5-6 3FGs) and 5-8 FTs in 35 mins @Det … Added 8 rebs and 1 asst.
NOTES:       Ranks 7th in the NBA in 3FG%, and has hit seven-of-his-last-nine from distance … Scored in double-figures 8 times … Has
pulled down seven-or-more rebounds nine times in his 17 games … Missed 3 games (1/9 – 1/12) due to a sprained left ankle.
#5       JOSH SMITH                F       6-9       225     AVG: 16.3 ppg, 9.3 rpg, 3.4 apg, 1.9 bpg, 1.4 spg
                                                                    (.474 FG%, .537 FT%)

LAST GAME: Came up two assists short of a triple-double, finishing with 19 pts, 11 rebs, 8 assts, 3 blks and 1 stl in 44 mins @Det …
Knocked down 6-16 FGs (1-2 3FGs) and 6-8 FTs.
NOTES:       Averaging 18.6 ppg (242) on .510 FG% (104-204) over the last 13 games, hitting .500-or-better 7 times … Ranks 10th in the
NBA in bpg, 15th in rpg, t23rd in spg, 28th in ppg and t40th in FG% … Has 9 double-doubles (t10th in the league) … Needs 2 offensive
rebounds to surpass Cliff Levingston (1,177) and move into 7th in Hawks history.
#27     ZAZA PACHULIA                  F/C      6-11     275      AVG: 6.7 ppg, 5.8 rpg, 1.1 apg
                                                                       (.511 FG%, .771 FT%)

LAST GAME: Totalled a season-high 16 pts, 9 rebs, 1 asst and 1 blk in 35 mins @Det … Hit a season-best 8-12 FGs (0-2 FTs).
NOTES:       Reached double-figures in scoring 6 times and in rebounds on 4 occasions … Owns 2 double-doubles … Averaging 9.8 ppg,
8.2 rpg and 1.7 apg (.625 FG%, .643 FT%) in his 6 starts … Recorded a double-double (13 pts/11 rebs, also had 1 asst) on opening night
@NJ (12/27), including 8 on the offensive glass.
#2       JOE JOHNSON                G         6-7     240      AVG: 19.1 ppg, 3.8 apg, 3.8 rpg, 0.9 spg
                                                                    (.428 FG%, .383 3FG%, .887 FT%)

LAST GAME: Erupted for season-high 30 pts (28 after halftime) on 11-23 FGs (3-6 3FGs) and 5-6 FTs in 46 mins @Det … Also had 5
rebs, 3 assts and 1 stl.
NOTES:         Has scored 20-or-more in seven-of-last-nine contests … Needs 4 assists to become the fifth Hawk to reach 2,500 … With
141 points, becomes the seventh Hawks player to score 10,000 … Passed Eddie Johnson to move into 7th place on the Hawks career
scoring list (currently at 9,859) @NJ (1/9) … Ranks 5th in the NBA in 3FGM (41), 15th in ppg, 13th in FT%, 11th in FGM (139) and 38th in
apg.
#0        JEFF TEAGUE                 G        6-2      181      AVG: 12.4 ppg, 5.3 apg, 2.2 rpg, 2.1 spg
                                                                       (.478 FG%, .405 3FG%, .679 FT%)

LAST GAME: Played 21 mins @Det before leaving the contest with a sprained left ankle, finishing with 2 pts, 3 assts, 1 stl and 1 blk …
Made 1-3 FGs.
NOTES:        Third in the NBA in total steals (42), while ranking 5th in spg, 12th in STL/TO ratio (0.86), t22nd in apg, 32nd in 3FG% and
t36th in FG% … Has 4 20-plus scoring efforts (Hawks are 3-1) … Owns 1 double-double … Has led or tied for the team lead in assists in
14 of Atlanta’s 20 games.

INJURIES: Jeff Teague (sprained left ankle) is questionable … Al Horford (torn left pectoral muscle) is out.
INACTIVE LIST (last game): Horford.
VS. NEW ORLEANS: The Hawks visit New Orleans in the only meeting between the clubs this year … The Hornets swept last season’s
series, 2-0, and have won three-in-a-row against Atlanta overall (including two straight in New Orleans) … The Hawks’ last win versus the
Hornets was a 121-98 home decision on 11/14/09 and their last road victory came on 11/5/08 (87-79) … Atlanta leads the all-time
series 41-38, with the Hornets holding a 22-16 edge in home games.
COMMON THREADS: Willie Green played in 77 games last season for the Hornets, averaging 8.7 ppg … Jannero Pargo is a former
Hornet, having played for the franchise from 2006-08 … Jarrett Jack starred at Georgia Tech from 2002-05 … Hornets assistant coach
Fred Vinson is also a former Yellow Jacket, and appeared in five games with the Hawks in 1994-95 … Al-Farouq Aminu is a native of
Atlanta (Norcross HS), and played with Jeff Teague at Wake Forest.
                  RECORD             HOME     ROAD      OT                UPCOMING REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE
OVERALL:          14-6               8-1      6-5       2-1               1/31 @Tor    7:00 ET SPSO HD/680 AM/93.7                FM
EASTERN:          12-4               6-1      6-3       2-1               2/2 v/MEM    7:30 ET SPSO HD/680 AM/93.7                FM
WESTERN:          2-2                2-0      0-2       0-0               2/4 v/PHIL   7:00 ET SPSO HD/680 AM/93.7                FM
                                                                          2/6 v/PHOE   7:30 ET SPSO HD/680 AM/93.7                FM
STREAKS:          OVERALL: Won 1                                          2/8 v/IND    7:30 ET SPSO HD/680 AM/93.7                FM
                  HOME: Won 6
                  ROAD: Won 1

2011-12 TRANSACTIONS
1/26 – Requested waivers on Donald Sloan … 12/23 – Requested waivers on Keith Benson, Magnum Rolle, Pape Sy and Brad
Wanamaker … 12/22 – Signed free agent Willie Green … 12/20 – Signed free agent Jannero Pargo … 12/17 – Requested waivers on
Charles Garcia and Zach Graham … 12/12 – Signed free agent Brad Wanamaker … 12/9 – Re-signed Jason Collins … Signed free
agents Tracy McGrady, Vladimir Radmanovic, Jerry Stackhouse, Charles Garcia, Zach Graham, Ivan Johnson and Donald Sloan …
Signed second round draft pick Keith Benson … 6/23 – Selected Keith Benson (#48 overall) in the 2011 NBA Draft … 6/22 – Exercised
the contract option for the 2012-13 season on Jeff Teague.
2011-12 REGULAR SEASON                JJ PICKING IT UP: Since Al Horford left the lineup with a torn pectoral muscle on 1/11
Schedule/Results                      @Ind, five-time All-Star Joe Johnson has elevated his game … Over the last 9 contests
12/27    at NJ     106-70     W       (Atlanta is 7-2), Johnson is averaging 22.0 ppg (198), 4.6 rpg (41) and 4.2 apg (38).
12/28    WASH      101-83     W
12/30    NJ        105-98     W       TEAGUE MAKING THE JUMP: Point guard Jeff Teague has picked up right where he
12/31    at Hou    95-84      L       left off in the Playoffs last year, and is making a case as one of the league’s most
1/2      at Mia    100-92     W       improved players this season. He is averaging 12.5 ppg (up from 5.2 last year), 5.3 apg
1/3      at Chi    76-74      L
                                      (2.0 last season) and 2.2 rpg (1.5), while ranking 3rd the league in total steals with 42.
1/5      MIA       116-109*** L
1/6      at Char   102-96* W          SMOOVE MAKES HISTORY AGAIN: Josh Smith finished with 25 pts, 5 rebs, 5 assts, 6
1/7      CHI       109-94     W
                                      blks and 4 stls in 34 mins v/Chi (1/7), becoming the first player in over 18 years to hit
1/9      at NJ     106-101 W
1/11     at Ind    96-84      L       those levels in a game (since Hakeem Olajuwon on 12/30/93), according to Elias Sports
1/12     CHAR      111-81     W       Bureau … He’s also the fourth player to ever record those numbers in a game, joining
1/14     MINN      93-91      W       Hall-of-Famers Olajuwon (5x), Kareem Abdur-Jabbar (4x) and David Robinson (once).
1/16     TOR       93-84      W
1/18     PORT      92-89      W       EXTRA SPECIAL OT:
1/20     at Phil   90-76      L       In Atlanta’s 107-101 overtime win at Detroit on 1/27, the Hawks tied a franchise record
1/21     CLEV      121-94     W       by scoring 20 points in the extra session (previously on 4/2/08 vs. Toronto) … The
1/23     at Milw   97-92      W       Hawks knocked down 6-7 FGs, 2-3 3FGs and 6-10 FTs during the frame.
1/25     at SA     105-83     L
1/27     at Det    107-101* W         MORE FREE BASKETBALL: On 1/6 @Char, the Hawks became the third team in NBA
1/29     at NO     7:00 p.m.          history to follow up a triple OT game (1/5 vs. Miami) with an OT game the next night,
1/31     at Tor    7:00 p.m.          joining Dallas (Dec. 1989) and Minneapolis (Dec. 1951) … Coincidentally, Hawks
2/2      MEM       7:30 p.m.
                                      Executive VP/GM Rick Sund was the VP of Basketball Operations for Dallas in 1989.
2/4      PHIL      7:00 p.m.
2/6      PHOE      7:30 p.m.          TRIPLE VISION: The Hawks lost to Miami, 116-109, on Jan. 5 at Philips Arena in
2/8      IND       7:30 p.m.
                                      Atlanta’ s first triple overtime contest since 2/22/04 (@Hou, 123-121, L) … It was also
2/10     at Orl    7:00 p.m.
2/12     MIA       7:00 p.m.          the first triple OT game in Philips Arena history.
2/14     at LAL    10:30 p.m.
                                      STARTING ON A ROLL: According to Elias Sports Bureau, the Hawks were the third
2/15     at Phoe   9:00 p.m.
2/18     at Port   10:00 p.m.         team in the last 20 years to outscore their first two opponents by a combined 50-points-
2/20     at Chi    4:00 p.m.          or-more (’02-’03 Kings and ’08-’09 Lakers).
2/22     at NY     7:30 p.m.
2/23     ORL       7:30 p.m.          RECORD SETTING OPENER: Atlanta won 106-70 at New Jersey on 12/27 in the
2/29     GS        7:30 p.m.          season opener (the largest margin of victory ever in an opener), winning their fifth
3/2      MILW      7:30 p.m.          consecutive opening night, the longest streak in Atlanta history … The game marked the
3/3      OKC       7:00 p.m.          third time in NBA history that a team won on the road by more than 35 points in its
3/6      at Ind    7:00 p.m.          season-opener (Cavs over Hornets 133-93 in 1988; Bulls over Heat 108-66 in 2006) …
3/7      at Mia    7:30 p.m.          The Hawks also tied a franchise record by holding the Nets to 22 FGM for the game.
3/9      at Det    7:30 p.m.
3/11     at Sac    9:00 p.m.          50,000 POINTS: The triumvirate of Tracy McGrady (18,219), Jerry Stackhouse (16,140)
3/13     at Den    9:00 p.m.          and Joe Johnson (14,010) are nearing 50,000 career points collectively … The veteran
3/14     at LAC    10:30 p.m.
                                      trio has combined for 48,369 career points in the NBA … McGrady ranks 9th among
3/16     WASH      7:30 p.m.
3/18     at Clev   3:00 p.m.          active NBA players in scoring, while Stackhouse is 13th and Johnson 27th.
3/19     BOS       7:30 p.m.
                                      TRIPLE THREATS: Joe Johnson, Tracy McGrady, Jerry Stackhouse, Vladimir
3/21     CLEV      7:30 p.m.
3/23     NJ        7:30 p.m.          Radmanovic and Kirk Hinrich are among the top active career three-point shooters in
3/24     at Wash   7:00 p.m.          the NBA … Johnson has made 1197 (16th among active players), while McGrady has
3/25     UTAH      6:00 p.m.          sunk 1071 from long range, which puts him 21st … Stackhouse is 28th with 947 triples,
3/27     at Milw   8:00 p.m.          Radmanovic is 29th with 942 3FGs and Hinrich is 32nd with 889.
3/28     CHI       7:30 p.m.
3/30     NY        7:30 p.m.          10,000 AS A HAWK: Joe Johnson needs 141 points to reach 10,000 points in a Hawks
4/4      CHAR      7:30 p.m.          uniform … He would become just the seventh Hawks player to accomplish the feat and
4/6      DET       7:30 p.m.          just the fifth since the club moved to Atlanta, joining Dominique Wilkins, Bob Pettit (St.
4/7      at Char   7:00 p.m.          Louis Hawks), Lou Hudson, Cliff Hagan (St. Louis Hawks), John Drew and Kevin Willis.
4/11     at Bos    8:00 p.m.
4/13     at Orl    7:00 p.m.          OPENING NIGHT AGE: Atlanta’s opening night roster had an average age of 29 years,
4/15     TOR       6:00 p.m.          77 days, the second-oldest team in the NBA behind only the defending NBA Champion
4/16     at Tor    7:00 p.m.
                                      Dallas Mavericks (30 years, 106 days) … The Hawks’ starting five of Marvin Williams
4/18     DET       7:30 p.m.
4/20     BOS       7:00 p.m.          (25-years-old), Josh Smith (26), Al Horford (25), Jeff Teague (23) and Joe Johnson (30) is
4/22     NY        1:00 p.m.          significantly younger than the overall team average at just under 26-years-old (25.8).
4/24     LAC       7:30 p.m.
4/26     DALL      8:00 p.m.          SCHEDULE NOTES: In the 2011-12 season, the Hawks have:
* denotes OT                             •  20 back-to-backs and 12 road/road back-to-backs
                                         •  10 3-games-in-4 nights
THIS WEEK IN HAWKS HISTORY:              •  29 games with 1 day of rest, most in NBA, and 2 games with 2 days of rest
January 24, 1960 – The St. Louis            (least in NBA)
Hawks post a 155-129 home victory        •  Also, Atlanta was the only NBA team with 9 games in the first 12 days of the
over the New York Knicks, setting           season … Seven teams had 8 games in the first 12 days.
single-game franchise records for
points and assists (47). The Hawks    THE HAWKS ARE:
also scored 155 points in a game at   10-1 when Joe Johnson scores 20-or-more points; 6-1 when he has 5-or-more assists
San Diego on February 11, 1970.       5-0 when Josh Smith scores 20-or-more points
                                      6-0 when Vladimir Radmanovic makes 2-or-more three-pointers
THE HIGHLIGHT FACTORY:                8-4 when Jeff Teague records 2-or-more steals; 3-1 when he scores 20-or-more points
Since the start of the 2008-09        10-0 when shooting 45%-or-better from the field
season, Atlanta has recorded a 96-
35 (.733) mark at Philips Arena.
HAWKS & OPPONENT TEAM HIGHS/LOWS
Category                  ATL Highs              ATL Lows                      Opp. Highs               Opp. Lows
Points Scored             121 vs. Clev (1/21)    74 at Chi (1/3)               116 vs. Mia (1/5)        70 at NJ (12/27)
1st Quarter Points        33 vs. Chi (1/7)       15 at Det (1/27)              31 at Hou (12/31)        11 at NJ (12/27)
2nd Quarter Points        34 vs. Clev (1/21)     15 at Chi (1/3)               32 vs. Mia (1/5)         11 at Chi (1/3)
1st Half Points           63 vs. Chi (1/7)       35 at Det (1/27)              54 vs. Mia (1/5)         26 at Chi (1/3)
3rd Quarter Points        33 vs. NJ (12/30)      9 at Ind (1/11)               35 vs. NJ (12/30)        14 vs. Mia (1/5)
4th Quarter Points        33 at Mia (1/2)        16 vs. Wash (12/28)           34 at Chi (1/3)          13 vs. Tor (1/16)
2nd Half Points           62 vs. NJ (12/30)      29 at Phil (1/20)             61 vs. NJ (12/30)        34 vs. Char (1/12)
Overtime                  20 at Det (1/27)       0 vs. Mia (1/5) (3rd ot)      14 at Det (1/27)         5 at Char (1/6)
FGM                       47 vs. Chi (1/7)       28 at Chi (1/3)               45 vs. Mia (1/5)         22 at NJ (12/27)
FGA                       95 at Char (1/6)       71 two times                  102 vs. Mia (1/5)        70 vs. Clev (1/21)
FG%                       .566 vs. Chi (1/7)     .350 at Chi (1/3)             .512 at SA (1/25)        .310 at NJ (12/27)
                          (47-83)                (28-80)                       (42-82)                  (22-71)
1st Half FG%              .619 vs. Chi (1/7)     .364 at Chi (1/3)             .541 at Mia (1/2)        .243 at Chi (1/3)
                          (26-42)                (16-44)                       (20-37)                  (9-37)
2nd Half FG%              .556 vs. NJ (12/30)    .293 at Ind (1/11)            .605 at Char (1/6)       .310 at NJ (12/27)
                          (20-36)                (12-41)                       (23-38)                  (9-29)
3FGM                      12 at NJ (12/27)       3 at Milw (1/23)              11 two times             1 vs. Char (1/12)
3FGA                      24 vs. Clev (1/21)     11 two times                  28 vs. Mia (1/5)         8 vs. Char (1/12)
FTM                       31 vs. Mia (1/5)       6 vs. Chi (1/7)               21 at NJ (12/27)         9 at Char (1/6)
FTA                       46 vs. Mia (1/5)       6 vs. Chi (1/7)               28 at Mia (1/2)          12 vs. Minn (1/14)
FT%                       1.000 vs. Chi (1/7)    .560 at Chi (1/3)             .929 vs. NJ (12/30)      .667 at SA (1/25)
                          (6-6)                  (14-25)                       (13-14)                  (10-15)
Rebounds                  55 vs. Char (1/12)     31 vs. Chi (1/7)              56 vs. Mia (1/5)         30 vs. Char (1/12)
Off. Rebounds             20 vs. Char (1/12)     3 at Phil (1/20)              17 vs. Chi (1/7)         4 vs. Char (1/12)
Def. Rebounds             42 vs. Port (1/18)     23 vs. NJ (12/30)             42 vs. Mia (1/5)         25 vs. NJ (12/30)
Assists                   32 vs. Chi (1/7)       14 at Ind (1/11)              29 at SA (1/25)          9 at NJ (12/27)
Steals                    16 vs. Chi (1/7)       4 two times                   13 at Ind (1/11)         3 vs. Char (1/12)
Blocked Shots             8 two times            2 two times                   10 at Ind (1/11)         2 vs. NJ (12/30)
Turnovers                 20 vs. Minn (1/14)     9 vs. Char (1/12)             22 vs. Mia (1/5)         9 vs. Port (1/18)
Points off Turnovers      30 at NJ (12/27)       10 at Hou (12/31)             22 at Milw (1/23)        7 vs. Char (1/12)
Bench Scoring             55 at NJ (12/27)       10 at NJ (1/9)                62 vs. Chi (1/7)         8 at Chi (1/3)
Points in the Paint       54 vs. Chi (1/7)       28 two times                  58 vs. Mia (1/5)         22 at NJ (12/27)
2nd Chance Points         22 vs. Char (1/12)     4 at Phil (1/20)              22 vs. Chi (1/7)         5 vs. Clev (1/21)
Fast Break Points         30 vs. Clev (1/21)     2 at Char (1/6)               21 at Phil (1/20)        5 at NJ (1/9)
Largest Margin of Victory 36 at NJ (12/27)                                     22 at SA (1/25)
Largest Halftime Lead     22 at NJ (12/27)                                     11 two times
Biggest Comeback          18 vs. Minn (1/14) – down 18, won 93-91              19 at Chi (1/3) – down   19, won 76-74

HAWKS & OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL HIGHS/LOWS
Category                   ATL                                              Opponent
Points Scored, Game        30, two times                                    33, Bosh vs. Mia (1/5)
Points Scored, Quarter     14, three times                                  17, Rose at Chi (1/3)
Points Scored, Half        24, J. Johnson at Milw (1/23)                    20, Rose at Chi (1/3)
Points Scored, Overtime    6, Pachulia at Det (1/27)                        9, Knight at Det (1/27)
FGM                        14, Smith vs. Char (1/12)                        14, Bosh vs. Mia (1/5)
FGA                        23, Johnson at Det (1/27)                        27, Bosh vs. Mia (1/5)
FG% (min. 10 made)         .714, Smith at NJ (1/9)                          .611, James at Mia (1/2)
                           (10-14)                                          (11-18)
3FGM                       5, two times                                     6, Martin at Hou (12/31)
3FGA                       11, Radmanovic at NJ (1/9)                       11, two times
FTM                        8, two times                                     11, Rose at Chi (1/3)
FTA                        11, Smith at NJ (1/9)                            13, Rose at Chi (1/3)
FT% (min. 10 made)         N/A                                              .846, Rose at Chi (1/3)
                           (---)                                            (11-13)
Rebounds                   15, Smith vs. Tor (1/16)                         16, Brand at Phil (1/20)
Off. Rebounds              8, Pachulia at NJ (12/27)                        9, Brand at Phil (1/20)
Def. Rebounds              12, three times                                  13, Bosh vs. Mia (1/5)
Assists                    10, Teague vs. Minn (1/14)                       18, Lowry at Hou (12/31)
Steals                     5, Teague, three times                           5, two times
Blocked Shots              6, Smith vs. Chi (1/7)                           4, Hibbert at Ind (1/11)
Turnovers                  6, two times                                     7, two times
Minutes                    49:13, J. Johnson vs. Mia (1/5)                  49:09, two times

SEASON RECORD BY STARTING LINEUPS:
Williams, Smith, Horford, Johnson, Teague: 6-3
Radmanovic, Smith, Horford, Johnson, Teague: 1-1
Radmanovic, Smith, Pachulia, Johnson, Teague: 1-0
Williams, Smith, Pachulia, Johnson, Teague: 4-1
Williams, Smith, Collins, Johnson, Teague: 2-1
GAMES MISSED DUE TO INJURY/ILLNESS:
Hinrich – (18, left shoulder surgery)
Horford – (9, torn left pectoral)
McGrady – (3, back spasms)
Williams – (3, sprained left ankle)
INACTIVE LIST:
Hinrich – 18; Horford – 9; McGrady – 1; Sloan – 9; Williams – 2
ALL-STAR BALLOT: Five-time All-Star Joe Johnson, two-time All-Star Al Horford, Josh Smith and Jeff Teague represent the
Hawks on the 2012 NBA All-Star ballot … Fans can vote at nba.com (or hawks.com/vote), by texting the player’s name to 6-9-6-2-
2 (“MYNBA”) or by visiting m.NBA.com on any wireless carrier … The 61st NBA All-Star game will be played on February 26, 2012
at Amway Center in Orlando.

HAWKS PLAYER MILESTONES
Player                          Milestone          Needed            Player                         Milestone           Needed
Kirk Hinrich                    8000 points        349               Zaza Pachulia                  4000 points         vs. Tor 1/16
                                2000 rebounds      62                                               3000 rebounds       at Hou 12/31

Joe Johnson                     14,000 points      at Det 1/27       Vladimir Radmanovic            6000 points         260
                                2000 FTM           vs. Char 1/12                                    1000 assists        34
                                1200 3FGM          3                                                1000 3FGM           58

Josh Smith                      8000 points        vs. Char 1/12     Al Horford                     4000 points         vs. Mia 1/5
                                3000 FGM           at Chi 1/3                                       3000 rebounds       at NJ 1/9

Marvin Williams                 2000 FGM           145               Willie Green                   500 games           at NJ 12/27
                                                                                                    1000 rebounds       1
Jannero Pargo                   1000 FGM           at Phil 1/20                                     2000 FGM            85
                                                                                                    5000 points         254


ALL-TIME HAWKS LEADERS
Several Hawks are climbing the all-time Atlanta leader boards in a number of categories (see charts below) … Additionally, coming
into the 2011-12 season Joe Johnson ranked 1st in mpg (39.3) and t5th in ppg (21.2), and Al Horford ranked 2nd in FG% (.536) and
t9th in rpg (9.6).
Games played                          Free Throws Made               Blocks                                Offensive Rebounds
1. Dominique Wilkins   882            1. Bob Pettit          6182    1. Tree Rollins        2283           1. Kevin Willis        2615
2. Tree Rollins        814            2. Dominique Wilkins   5286    2. Josh Smith          1226           2. Dominique Wilkins   2531
3. Bob Pettit          792            3. John Drew           3527    3. Dikembe Mutombo     1094           3. Tree Rollins        1902
4. Kevin Willis        753            4. Cliff Hagan         2969    4. Jon Koncak          747            4. John Drew           1878
5. Cliff Hagan         746            5. Lou Hudson          2909    5. Dan Roundfield      716            5. Dan Roundfield      1542
6. Lou Hudson          730            6. Lenny Wilkens       2639    6. Dominique Wilkins   588            6. Dikembe Mutombo     1228
7. Jon Koncak          717            7. Zelmo Beaty         2207    7. Theo Ratliff        436            7. Cliff Levingston    1177
8. Bill Bridges        683            8. Bill Bridges        2147    8. Kevin Willis        425            8. Josh Smith          1176
9. Eddie Johnson       619            9. Eddie Johnson       1954    9. Cliff Levingston    371            9. Alan Henderson      1153
10. John Drew          595            10. Dan Roundfield     1882    10. Al Horford         356            10. Moses Malone       1021
Josh Smith             554            Josh Smith             1726                                          Zaza Pachulia          1002
                                                                     Total Rebounds
Points                                Field Goals Made               1. Bob Pettit          12849          Steals
1. Dominique Wilkins   23,292         1. Dominique Wilkins   8752    2. Bill Bridges        8656           1. Mookie Blaylock     1321
2. Bob Pettit          20,880         2. Bob Pettit          7349    3. Kevin Willis        7332           2. Dominique Wilkins   1245
3. Lou Hudson          16,049         3. Lou Hudson          6570    4. Dominique Wilkins   6119           3. Doc Rivers          1166
4. Cliff Hagan         13,447         4. Cliff Hagan         5239    5. Tree Rollins        5994           4. John Drew           859
5. John Drew           12,621         5. John Drew           4545    6. Zelmo Beaty         5622           5. Eddie Johnson       741
6. Kevin Willis        10,582         6. Kevin Willis        4382    7. Cliff Hagan         5019           6. Josh Smith          698
7. Joe Johnson         9859           7. Eddie Johnson       3801    8. Dan Roundfield      4658           7. Jason Terry         588
8. Eddie Johnson       9631           8. Joe Johnson         3723    9. John Drew           4433           8. Kevin Willis        581
9. Zelmo Beaty         8727           9. Bill Bridges        3269    10. Josh Smith         4322           9. Stacey Augmon       570
10. Bill Bridges       8685           10. Zelmo Beaty        3260                                          10. Jon Koncak         515
Josh Smith             8127           Josh Smith             3112    Defensive Rebounds                    Joe Johnson            478
                                                                     1. Kevin Willis        4717
Three-Point Field Goals Made          Assists                        2. Tree Rollins        4092
1. Mookie Blaylock     1050           1. Doc Rivers          3866    3. Dominique Wilkins   3588
2. Joe Johnson         824            2. Mookie Blaylock     3764    4. Josh Smith          3146
3. Jason Terry         648            3. Eddie Johnson       3207    5. Dan Roundfield      3116
4. Steve Smith         549            4. Lenny Wilkens       3049    6. Dikembe Mutombo     3093
5. Dominique Wilkins 500              5. Joe Johnson         2496    7. Jon Koncak          2583
                                                                     8. John Drew           2555
                                                                     9. Steve Hawes         2244
                                                                     10. Al Horford         2166



OFF THE COURT
Submissions are currently being accepted from area high school students for the annual Atlanta Hawks Poetry Slam. The theme
for this year’s contest is I WAS BORN THIS WAY. Complete rules and contest information are available at www.hawks.com.

During all February home games, the Atlanta Hawks will be honoring influential African-Americans who have made significant
contributions to a variety of industries as part of this year’s celebration of Black History Month. Beginning with the Hawks –
Grizzlies game on 2/2 the organization will honor individuals who are each uniquely different in their contributions and
unanimously impactful. Honorees include: Gabrielle Moore, Jean Douglas, Monique Rivarde, Radcliffe Bailey, Earl “Big Cat” Lloyd,
Reverend Joseph Lowery and Milton Little Jr. Visit www.hawks.com for more information.

The Atlanta Hawks Foundation has awarded a five-year, $50,000 grant to Georgia State University (GSU) freshmen who have
demonstrated a commitment to education and community service it was announced on 1/9. Administered through the GSU
Foundation, the program will fund one annual $2,500 scholarship per year for the next five years. Visit www.hawks.com for more
information.
LAST GAME – GAME #20 (Jan. 27)                                        PREVIOUS GAME – GAME #19 (Jan. 25)
ATL 107, DET 101 OT (The Palace of Auburn Hills)                      SA 105, ATL 83 (AT&T Center)
Joe Johnson scored 28 of his game-high 30 points in the               The San Antonio Spurs continued their success at home
second half and overtime Friday as the Atlanta Hawks came             over the Atlanta Hawks Wednesday with a 105-83 thumping
back to beat the Detroit Pistons, 107-101, at the Palace of           at the AT&T Center … The Spurs got 51 points from their
Auburn Hills … The Hawks overcame an 12-point deficit en              bench, led by Matt Bonner's 17 (15 on three-pointers), Tiago
route to the 14th victory of the season in 20 games. Atlanta          Splitter's 16 and Danny Green's 10. Until late in the fourth,
outscored the Pistons 72-55 over the final two quarters and           those guys carried the way, before DeJuan Blair finished
OT … Johnson, whose only two points came on 1-of-9                    with 17 and Tony Parker tossed in 15 … Jeff Teague tailled
shooting in the first half, responded in All-Star fashion the         20 for Atlanta, while Josh Smith had 13 and Joe Johnson
rest of the way, making 10-of-14 FGs, to go along with 5              added 10 … After leading 13-9 early, the Hawks fell behind
rebounds, 3 assists and one steal … Marvin Williams                   by six at the end of one (24-18) … The Hawks trailed by four
finished with a season-high 22 points, while Josh Smith had           at intermission, 48-44, and then by two as we started the
his ninth double-double with 19 points and 11 rebounds                third, but San Antonio outscored the visitors 28-15 over the
(and 8 assists), and Zaza Pachulia also had a season-best             final 11:35 of the third to take a 15-point lead into the
16 … The Hawks made 49% of their shots (63 percent from               fourth … Stretching that run to 36-17 with 8:54 left in the
three-point range), while Detroit shot 41 percent on the              game, San Antonio continued their mastery over Atlanta at
night … The 20 overtime points scored by the Hawks                    home. It was the Spurs' 14th straight in the Alamo City
equaled a franchise record previously set in April 2008               versus the Hawks, who last won here in February 1997.
against Toronto … On the injury front, Atlanta lost Jeff                        1         2         3        4         F
Teague to a sprained left ankle and his status is                     ATL       18        26        17       22       83
questionable for Sunday's game at New Orleans.                        SA        24        24        28       29       105
          1         2         3        4        OT         F          Top Scorer                    Top Rebounder
ATL       15        20        28       24       20        107         Teague/20                     Williams/9
DET       17        29        22       19       14        101         Two with/17                   Duncan/11
Top Scorer                    Top Rebounder
J. Johnson/30                 Smith/11
Monroe/22                     Monroe/11

HEAD COACH LARRY DREW
Overall NBA Coaching Record: 58-44 (2nd year)
2011-12 Record: 14-6
Larry Drew was named head coach of the Atlanta Hawks on June 12, 2010, becoming the 11th full-time head coach in the
franchise’s history.
Through his first season, Drew guided the team to a 44-38 record and led the Hawks to the playoffs for the fourth consecutive
campaign, coaching his players to a series victory over division-rival Orlando in the first round of the 2011 NBA Playoffs, and
falling short of reaching the Eastern Conference finals in a six-game series against the Chicago Bulls.
The Hawks came out of the gates strong to start the 2010-11 season, winning its first six games – Atlanta’s longest winning
stretch overall of the year – and enjoyed their best months during December and January when the team won 19 of 30 contests.
Despite cooling off a bit prior to the playoffs, the Hawks showed enough determination in that series against Orlando, and shook
off any thoughts of another playoff disappointment to eliminate the Magic in six games before their eventual loss to the Bulls.
Drew finished with an even .500 record in the postseason as his six playoff victories were the most-ever by a rookie Atlanta coach
in his first playoff appearance.
Drew has experience, having played with championship-caliber players like Magic Johnson, James Worthy and Byron Scott. He
has also coached under individuals like Scott, Alvin Gentry and Doug Collins, and following 27 seasons as a player and coach, the
work invested in those positions set the stage for Drew to obtain the job he has desired for some time, and after 18 years on the
bench as an assistant, he was ready for the challenge when Hawks GM Rick Sund named him to the position.
He knows the personalities of his core players after seven years of work in Atlanta, as well as their strengths and weaknesses on
the court, and that knowledge serves him well as he attempts to keep the Hawks amongst the best in Eastern Conference and lead
them back to the playoffs for the fifth straight season.
Before arriving in Atlanta as the top assistant to then-head coach Mike Woodson in August 2004, Drew was an assistant with the
New Jersey Nets and Scott after spending the previous three seasons with the Washington Wizards in a similar capacity (2000-03)
under Collins. Prior to that, he re-joined one of the teams he previously played for, the Detroit Pistons, as an assistant coach in
1999-2000. Drew returned to Detroit as an assistant under Alvin Gentry, for the first time since playing with the team as a NBA
rookie with the Pistons in 1980-81. His coaching career began in 1992-93 when he broke into the ranks with another of his
former teams, the Los Angeles Lakers, whom he played for from 1989-91.
An 11-year professional, Drew averaged 11.4 points and 5.2 assists in 714 career games for four NBA teams. After one season in
Detroit, he played the next five years with the Kings, in Kansas City and Sacramento (1981-86), and his final four in Los Angeles
(1986-91), for the Clippers and the Lakers. In addition, Drew spent one season internationally as a member of Scavolini of the
Italian League in 1988-89.
He was a first round pick in the 1980 NBA Draft – 17th overall selection by the Pistons – and he reached postseason play four
times in his pro career (31 games). Drew recorded his best season during the 1982-83 campaign, when he averaged 20.1 points,
8.1 assists and 1.7 steals for Kansas City.
Born April 2, 1958 in Kansas City, Kansas, Drew played four seasons at the University of Missouri, where he averaged 12.0 points
and 2.8 rebounds and prepped at Wyandotte High in Kansas City. During the summer, Drew runs the Larry Drew Advanced
Guard Academy in Los Angeles, and holds camps around the country.
Drew and his wife Sharon have three children, Larry, Landon and Lindsey. While Larry II is sitting out this year as he transfers to
UCLA, he will have one year of college eligibility remaining in 2012-13, his brothers Landon and Lindsey both play high school
basketball in the Los Angeles area for Fairfax High School.
JASON COLLINS                                 #34          7-0           265         12/2/78                         Stanford        11th year

   G           GS               PPG              RPG               APG              SPG          BPG          MPG          FG%       3FG%          FT%

   11           3               1.2               1.5              0.2              0.2          0.0          10.2         .385        ---         .750

LAST FIVE GAMES3FGs              FT

       OPP             MIN               PTS              REBS              ASTS           STLS         BLKS             FGs         3FGs          FTs
1/20 @Phil            19:27               4                 2                  0             0            0              2-2         0-0           0-0
1/21 v/Cle             8:05               3                 1                  0             0            0              0-0         0-0           3-4
1/23 @Milw             DNP             Coach’s           Decision
1/25 @SA               DNP             Coach’s           Decision
1/27 @Det             16:24               2                 4                  0             1            0              1-4         0-0           0-0
SEASON               19 @Phil          4 @Phil            4 (2x)           2 v/Tor         1 (2x)        N/A            2 @Phil      N/A         3 v/Clev
HIGHS                 (1/20)           (1/20)                               (1/16)                                      (1/20)                    (1/21)

CAREER                45 @Det           20 @Orl           14 v/NY          8 v/NY          4 (2x)      5 v/Utah         8 @Clev      2 v/NY       10 @Orl
HIGHS               (12/27/04)         (1/8/05)         (12/14/04)        (4/2/04)                     (3/2/03)        (12/7/04)   (4/19/06)     (1/8/05)


NOTABLE: Averaging 1.3 ppg, 1.3 rpg and 0.7 apg (.400 FG%) in his 3 starting assignments … Grabbed a season-high tying 4 rebs @Det
(1/27), adding 2 pts and 1 stl … Had 3 pts (season-best 3-4 FTs) and 1 reb v/Clev (1/21) … Tallied 4 pts (2-2 FGs) and 2 rebs @Phil
(1/20), reaching season-highs in pts and FGM … Started for the first time this year v/Tor (1/16), finishing with a season-best 2 assts and
1 reb in 13 mins … Re-signed with the Hawks on 12/9.
FREE THROWS: Jason Paul Collins was born December 2, 1978 in Northridge, CA … Made a monetary donation to Direct Relief
International in its effort to help the people of Japan recover from the devastating earthquake and tsunami of 3/11/11 … Twin brother
Jarron played with Portland, and the LA Clippers last season … Favorite TV show is “The Simpsons,” favorite movie is “The Usual
Suspects” and As I Lay Dying is favorite book … Graduated from Stanford with a degree in communications, concentrating in broadcast
and print media … Favorite NBA player growing up was Hakeem Olajuwon … Runs kids summer basketball camps in California and New
Jersey … Worked as a Sunday School teacher while he was in high school.


WILLIE GREEN                                  #33          6-3           201         7/28/81                         Detroit Mercy 9th year

   G           GS               PPG              RPG               APG              SPG          BPG          MPG          FG%       3FG%          FT%

   20           0               6.0               1.5              0.6              0.5          0.1          15.7         .445       .433         .750

LAST FIVE GAMES3FGs              FT

       OPP            MIN               PTS              REBS              ASTS            STLS         BLKS             FGs        3FGs          FTs
1/20 @Phil           20:14               14                2                   1             1            0              6-7         2-2           0-0
1/21 v/Cle           18:29               5                 2                   1             1            0              2-6         1-4           0-0
1/23 @Milw            6:34               2                 0                   0             1            0              1-4         0-1           0-0
1/25 @SA             17:06               3                 1                   1             0            0              1-5         1-2           0-0
1/27 @Det             7:49               2                 1                   1             1            0              1-1         0-0           0-0
SEASON              29 @Ind            14 (2x)           6 @Ind            2 (2x)         3 v/Char      1 (2x)         6 @Phil      2 (3x)        2 (4x)
HIGHS                (1/11)                              (1/11)                            (1/12)                      (1/20)

CAREER              47 v/Clev          37 @Tor            9 v/Ind          10 @Mia         3 (14x)      3 (2x)         14 @Tor      5 (2x)       10 (2x)
HIGHS               (4/17/07)         (4/18/07)         (4/11/08)        (11/21/04)                                   (4/18/07)


NOTABLE: Scored in double-figures on 6 occasions … Scored a season-high tying 14 pts (season-best 6-7 FGs and 2-2 3FGs) @Phil (1/20),
adding 2 rebs, 1 asst and 1 stl … Went for 11 pts, 3 rebs and a career-high tying 3 stls v/Char (1/12) … Pulled down a season-high 6 rebs
to go along with 10 pts and 2 assts (tied season-best) @Ind (1/11) … Scored 14 pts (5-6 FGs, 2-2 3FGs, 2-2 FTs) and had 1 stl v/Mia (1/5),
tying season-highs in pts, 3FGM and FTM … Had 5 pts, 3 rebs, 1 asst and 1 blk in his Hawks debut @NJ (12/27), also his 500th career
NBA game … Signed with Atlanta as a free agent on 12/22.
FREE THROWS: Full name is Willie James Green … Attended Cooley High School in Detroit, Mich., where he was coached by his uncle,
Gary Green, who played basketball at Eastern Michigan (1977-79) … Enjoys bowling in his free time … Wears size 14 basketball sneaker
… Has twice hosted a book drive to benefit Philadelphia READS in conjunction with “Drive for Kids” … In March 2004, hosted “Rook for
Books” … During March 2005, helped promote literacy through “Willie's Book Drive” … As part of Willie Green’s Back to School Night
(3/19/05), fans donated 952 books to Willie’s Book Drive and Green hosted a meet-and-greet following the game … Has participated in the
NBA’s Basketball without Borders in Africa.
KIRK HINRICH                                   #6          6-4            190          1/2/81                              Kansas          9th year

   G           GS                PPG               RPG             APG                SPG             BPG          MPG           FG%        3FG%         FT%

   2            0                6.0               2.0              4.5               0.5             0.0           22.4         .500       .667          ---

LAST FIVE GAMES3FGs               FT

       OPP             MIN               PTS             REBS              ASTS               STLS           BLKS              FGs        3FGs          FTs
1/20 @Phil             DNP              Inactive          List              (left           shoulder        surgery)
1/21 v/Cle             DNP              Inactive          List              (left           shoulder        surgery)
1/23 @Milw             DNP              Inactive          List              (left           shoulder        surgery)
1/25 @SA              13:04                7               0                 0                 1               0               3-4         1-1          0-0
1/27 @Det             31:43                5               4                 9                 0               0               2-6         1-2          0-0
SEASON               32 @Det            7 @SA            4 @Det            9 @Det            1 @SA            N/A             3 @SA       1 (2x)        N/A
HIGHS                 (1/27)            (1/25)           (1/27)            (1/27)            (1/25)                           (1/25)

CAREER                55 v/NJ           38 v/Ind         13 (2x)          17 @Minn            7 v/Orl       4 v/Mem          14 v/Ind     6 (5x)       17 @Orl
HIGHS                (11/5/04)         (1/23/08)                          (1/11/06)         (3/28/06)       (3/4/08)        (1/23/08)                 (4/17/06)


NOTABLE: Dished out 9 assts, to go along with 5 pts and 4 rebs in 32 mins @Det (1/27) … Made his season debut @SA (1/25), finishing
with 7 pts (3-4 FGs, 1-1 3FGs) and 1 stl in 13 mins … Had left shoulder surgery in early November missed the first 18 games of the year.
FREE THROWS: Full name is Kirk James Hinrich … With his wife, Jill, has two daughters, Kenzie and Kyla … Majored in communication
studies at Kansas … Is the son of Jim and Nancy Hinrich … Was coached by his father from the time he was in the third grade through
high school … Led Sioux City West High School to the state title in 1999 … Named honorable mention high school All-America by USA
Today and Parade … Following his senior season in high school was named 1999 Co-Iowa Mr. Basketball, along with future Kansas
teammate and current Oklahoma City Thunder forward Nick Collison … Has hosted the Kirk Hinrich Charity Golf Outing in his hometown
of Sioux City, which benefits his “Kirk for Kids” foundation.


AL HORFORD                                     #15         6-10           250          6/3/86                              Florida         5th year

   G           GS                PPG               RPG             APG                SPG             BPG          MPG           FG%        3FG%         FT%

   11           11               12.4              7.0              2.2               0.9             1.3           31.6         .553       .000         .733

LAST FIVE GAMES3FGs               FT

       OPP              MIN                PTS                 REBS              ASTS              STLS            BLKS           FGs       3FGs          FTs
1/20 @Phil              DNP               Inactive             List                 (torn            left      pectoral)
1/21 v/Cle              DNP               Inactive             List                 (torn            left      pectoral)
1/23 @Milw              DNP               Inactive             List                 (torn            left      pectoral)
1/25 @SA                DNP               Inactive               List               (torn            left      pectoral)

1/27 @Det               DNP               Inactive             List                 (torn            left      pectoral)
SEASON               43 @Char             16 (2x)          11 v/Mia              5 @NJ             2 (2x)       3 v/NJ           7 (3x)      N/A       5 @Char
HIGHS                  (1/6)                                 (1/5)                (1/9)                         (12/30)                                  (1/6)

CAREER                53 v/Sea            31 (2x)           22 v/Mia             8 (2x)         5 @Den          7 v/Sac         13 (2x)     1 (3x)     10 v/Minn
HIGHS                (11/16/07)                            (2/27/09)                           (1/23/08)       (1/17/11)                              (11/14/10)

NOTABLE: Suffered a torn left pectoral in the first quarter @Ind (1/11) and had successful surgery on 1/17 … Missed 9 games due to the
injury and subsequent surgery … Has 2 double-doubles on the year … Scored in double-figures 9 times … Tallied 14 pts, 9 rebs, a season-
high 5 assts, 1 stl and 1 blk @NJ (1/9) … Had 10 pts, a season-best 11 rebs, 2 assts and 1 blk v/Mia (1/5) … Tied season-highs with 16
pts, 7 FGM and 2 stls @Chi (1/3), while adding 7 rebs and 2 assts … Swatted a season-best 3 shots v/NJ (12/30) to go along with 12 pts,
5 rebs, 2 assts and 1 stl … Scored 11 pts and grabbed a 10 rebs v/Wash (12/28) … Scored 4,000th career point v/Mia (1/5) and grabbed
career rebound 3,000 @NJ (1/9).
FREE THROWS: Alfred Joel Horford was born June 3, 1986 in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic … Was married to 2003 Miss Universe
Amelia Vega on December 24 in Santo Domingo, DR … Parents are Alfredo "Tito" Horford and Arelis Reynoso … Tito played three years in
the NBA (Milwaukee (1988-90) and Washington (1993-94)) … Has three brothers and two sisters … Donated $23,000 to Direct Relief
International to help the people of Japan recover from the tsunami and earthquake of 3/11/11 … Won the NBA’s Community Assist Award
for March (also won in Feb. ’08) … Hosted basketball camps last summer in Atlanta and Dominican Republic … Hosted a holiday party the
last three years for underprivileged kids … Supports multiple Atlanta-area Hispanic youth groups through his “Al’s Amigos” initiative …
Traveled to Singapore last summer as part of the NBA’s Basketball Without Borders program.
IVAN JOHNSON                                    #44          6-8           255         4/10/84                Cal. St. San Bernadino                1st year

   G            GS               PPG                RPG              APG              SPG            BPG           MPG         FG%        3FG%          FT%

   16           0                4.9                3.0              0.4              0.6             0.3          13.8        .433         ---         .839

LAST FIVE GAMES3FGs               FT

       OPP             MIN                PTS              REBS             ASTS            STLS             BLKS            FGs        3FGs           FTs
1/20 @Phil             4:23                2                 0                0               0                0             1-2         0-0            0-0
1/21 v/Cle            24:17               11                 6                0               1                0             5-8         0-0            1-1
1/23 @Milw             9:24                4                 0                2               0                0             1-2         0-0            2-4
1/25 @SA              21:20                8                 3                2               1                2             3-6         0-0            2-2
1/27 @Det              7:46                2                 2                0               0                0             1-3         0-0            0-0
SEASON               26 v/Min           13 v/Mia          11 v/Min          2 (3x)          2 (3x)           2 @SA          5 (2x)       N/A          8 v/Min
HIGHS                 (1/14)              (1/5)            (1/14)                                            (1/25)                                    (1/14)

CAREER                26 v/Min          13 v/Mia           11 v/Min         2 (3x)          2 (3x)            2 @SA         5 (2x)       N/A         8 v/Min
HIGHS                (1/14/12)          (1/5/12)          (1/14/12)                                         (1/25/12)                               (1/14/12)


NOTABLE: Ranks 5th among all rookies in FT% and 18th in rpg … Scored in double-figures on 4 occasions … Had career-highs of 2 blks
and 2 assts (tied), adding 8 pts, 3 rebs and 1 stl @SA (1/25) … Posted 11 pts (season-high tying 5-8 FGs, 1-1 FTs), 6 rebs and 1 stl v/Clev
(1/21) … Notched first career double-double v/Minn (1/14), finishing with 10 pts (career-best 8-8 FTs) and career-highs of 11 rebs and 2
stls (tied), including knocking down winning free throws with 4.6 seconds remaining … Recorded 12 pts, 7 rebs and 1 blk v/Char (1/12)
before fouling out … Tallied a career-high 13 pts, 4 rebs and 1 stl (career-best tying 5-7 FGs, 3-5 FTs) v/Mia (1/5) before fouling out …
Made his NBA debut on 12/27 @NJ, finishing with 2 pts (1-2 FGs), 4 rebs and 1 asst in 6 mins … Rookie free agent signed with the Hawks
on 12/9.
FREE THROWS: Born Ivan W. Johnson on April 10, 1984 in San Antonio, TX … Attended Fox Tech High School in San Antonio … Has
two years of NBA D-League experience (2007-08 with Rio Grande Valley and Anaheim, and 2010-11 with Erie) … Has also played
professionally in China, South Korea and Puerto Rico … Finished up his collegiate career at Cal State San Bernadino in 2006-07.


JOE JOHNSON                                     #2           6-7           240         6/29/81                            Arkansas        11th year

   G            GS               PPG                RPG              APG              SPG            BPG           MPG         FG%        3FG%          FT%

   20           20               19.1               3.8              3.8              0.9             0.3          36.7        .428        .383         .887

LAST FIVE GAMES3FGs               FT

       OPP              MIN                PTS                REBS            ASTS             STLS             BLKS          FGs         3FGs          FTs
1/20 @Phil             31:15                   8                 4                1               0                0           3-8        1-2           1-1
1/21 v/Cle             29:31                   25                3                4               0                0          10-18       5-9           0-0
1/23 @Milw             41:26                   26                5                1               2                0          9-21        0-2           8-8
1/25 @SA               30:54                   10                0                7               0                1          5-12        0-3           0-0
1/27 @Det              45:43                   30                5                3               1                0          11-23       3-6           5-6
SEASON                49 v/Mia            30 @Det             7 (2x)         8 v/Char         3 @Chi           3 v/Tor       11 @Det    5 v/Clev      8 @Milw
HIGHS                   (1/5)              (1/27)                             (1/12)           (1/3)            (1/16)        (1/27)     (1/21)        (1/23)

CAREER                57 @NY             42 v/GS             12 (2x)        17 @Milw         6 v/Phoe          4 v/Sea       17 v/Orl    7 v/LAC      14 @LAC
HIGHS                (3/15/06)           (3/7/06)                           (3/13/06)       (1/25/09)         (2/22/06)     (3/19/06)   (3/14/08)     (1/2/11)


NOTABLE: Ranks 15th in the NBA in ppg, 5th in 3FGM (41), 13th in FT%, t11th in FGM (139) and 38th in apg … Owns 11 20-point scoring
efforts, including 1 30-point night (Hawks are 10-1) … Put in a season-high 30 pts on a season-best 11-23 FGs, 3-6 3FGs and 5-6 FTs in
46 mins @Det (1/27), adding 5 rebs, 3 assts and 1 stl … Recorded 26 pts (season-best 8-8 FTs), 5 rebs, 2 stls and 1 asst @Milw (1/23) …
Put in 10-18 FGs and a season-high 5-9 3FGs on his way to 25 pts v/Clev (1/21), adding 4 assts and 3 rebs … Finished with 24 pts, a
season-best tying 7 rebs, 5 assts, 2 stls and 1 blk v/Port (1/18) … Tallied 27 pts, 6 assts, 5 rebs, a season-high 3 blks and 2 stls v/Tor
(1/16) … Posted 23 pts, and season-highs of 8 assts and 7 rebs (tied), also had 1 stl, v/Char (1/12) … Swiped a season-best 3 stls @Chi
(1/3) to go with 10 pts, 4 rebs and 4 assts … Made his 2,000th career FT v/Char (1/12) and scored his 14,000th point @Det (1/27) …
Passed Eddie Johnson to move into 7th place on the Hawks career scoring list (currently at 9,859) @NJ (1/9).
FREE THROWS: Joe Marcus Johnson was born in Little Rock, Arkansas … The only child of Diane Johnson … Has hosted a holiday event
for children the last six years … One of a select number of NBA players to endorse Nike's Jordan Brand line … A piece done on JJ and his
family, and his basketball development, dubbed “Spotlight: Joe Johnson,” produced by Fox Sports South, won a Sports Emmy in 2009.
TRACY MCGRADY                                 #1        6-8             225        5/24/79              Mt. Zion Christ. Acad. 15th year

   G           GS               PPG              RPG              APG             SPG           BPG               MPG             FG%       3FG%          FT%

   16           0               6.9              3.4              2.4             0.3             0.4             19.3            .471         .714       .706

LAST FIVE GAMES3FGs             FT

       OPP            MIN               PTS             REBS              ASTS            STLS            BLKS               FGs          3FGs            FTs
1/20 @Phil           18:16               10               4                   2             0                 0               3-7          0-0            4-4
1/21 v/Cle           21:38               4                1                   3             0                 1               2-6          0-1            0-0
1/23 @Milw           25:50               4                3                   5             0                 0               2-5          0-0            0-0
1/25 @SA             15:13               2                0                   3             0                 0               1-4          0-0            0-0
1/27 @Det            18:03               7                5                   3             0                 0               3-5          0-0            1-1
SEASON              30 v/Mia           16 @Mia          7 (2x)            5 (2x)          1 (4x)        2 v/Mia             6 @Hou        3 @Mia         5 (2x)
HIGHS                 (1/5)             (1/2)                                                            (1/5)              (12/31)        (1/2)

CAREER               55 @NY           62 v/Wash        17 v/SA           13 (5x)         6 v/Den         7 v/Hou            20 (2x)       8 (3x)        18 v/Det
HIGHS               (2/28/03)         (3/10/04)        (2/3/02)                         (3/15/02)       (3/19/00)                                      (12/25/02)


NOTABLE: Scored in double-figures 6 times … Set or tied season-highs with 7 rebs, 5 assts and 2 blks, while adding 14 pts and 1 stl
v/Mia (1/5) … In the 1/2 win @Mia, finished with 16 pts (5-8 FGs, 3-3 3FGs, 3-7 FTs), 7 rebs, 4 assts and 1 stl, setting or tying season-
highs in pts, rebs and 3FGM … Scored 13 pts in the fourth quarter that night (adding 5 rebs and 4 assts in the final stanza), including 3
3FGs … It was the 11th time in his career he has made at least 3 from downtown and scored at least 13 points in the fourth quarter of a
game, but the first time since 11/21/08 … Hit a season-best 6-11 FGs @Hou (12/31) on his way to 13 pts, 6 rebs and 1 asst … Had 12 pts
(5-10 FGs, 2-2 FTs), 2 rebs, 1 stl and 1 blk @NJ (12/27) in his Hawks debut … Missed 3 games due to injury (back spasms; 1/11-1/14) …
Signed with Atlanta as a free agent on 12/9.
FREE THROWS: Born Tracy Lamar McGrady Jr. on May 24, 1979, in Bartow, Florida … He and his wife, CleRenda, have two daughters,
Layla Clarice and Laycee Aloa, and two sons, Laymen Lamar and Layden … Cousin of NBA All-Star Vince Carter … Made a humanitarian
journey in 2007 to the refugee camps in Chad … Made a $75,000 donation that is being used to renovate and build a school in the Djabal
Camp in Eastern Chad … Continues charitable efforts through his Tracy McGrady Foundation … Befriended Iran Brown, the youngest
victim of the Washington-area sniper shootings … Hosted one young child to spend a day with him at his house as a part of ESPN’s “My
Wish Series,” where children with life-threatening illnesses are given their wish to spend a day with their favorite sports superstar.


ZAZA PACHULIA                                 #27       6-11            275        2/10/84              Georgia (Europe)                    9th year

   G           GS               PPG              RPG              APG             SPG           BPG               MPG             FG%       3FG%          FT%

   20           6               6.7              5.8              1.1             0.5             0.3             21.0            .511          ---       .771

LAST FIVE GAMES3FGs             FT

       OPP             MIN               PTS             REBS             ASTS           STLS           BLKS               FGs           3FGs            FTs
1/20 @Phil            19:59                  5                3               2            0              0                2-3           0-0             1-1
1/21 v/Cle            29:10               13                  6               4            2              0                6-7           0-0             1-2
1/23 @Milw            38:19                  9             14                 1            1              0                4-9           0-0             1-1
1/25 @SA              26:40                  5                5               0            1              0                2-4           0-0             1-2
1/27 @Det             34:39               16                  9               1            0              1                8-12          0-0             0-2
SEASON              38 @Milw            16 @Det        14 @Milw           4 (2x)        2 v/Clev        1 (5x)            8 @Det         N/A            6 (2x)
HIGHS                (1/23)              (1/27)         (1/23)                           (1/21)                           (1/27)

CAREER               50 @NY            27 v/Wash         18 (2x)          6 (4x)         4 (3x)         3 (4x)            11 v/Sac       N/A           12 v/Tor
HIGHS               (3/15/06)           (3/7/07)                                                                         (3/19/07)                     (1/3/06)


NOTABLE: Reached double-figures in scoring 6 times and in rebounds on 4 occasions … Owns 2 double-doubles … Averaging 9.8 ppg, 8.2
rpg and 1.7 apg, hitting .625 FG% and .643 FT% in his 6 starting assignments … Recorded season-high 16 pts on season-best 8-12 FGs
@Det (1/27), adding 9 rebs, 1 asst and 1 blk … Grabbed a season-best 14 rebs @Milw (1/23), also finishing with 9 pts, 1 asst and 1 stl in
a season-high 38 mins (0 TOs) … Started his first game of the year v/Char (1/12), finishing with 10 pts, 10 rebs, a season-high tying 4
assts and 1 blk (2-5 FGs, season-high tying 6-7 FTs) … On opening night @NJ (12/27), posted 13 pts (5-8 FGs, 3-3 FTs), 11 rebs (8
offensive) and 1 asst, setting season-high in offensive rebs … Pulled down career rebound number 3,000 @Hou (12/31) and scored his
4,000th point v/Tor (1/16).
FREE THROWS: Given name is Zaur Pachulia … Legally changed his first name to Zaza (pronounced Za-Za Pa-CHUL-e-ya) … He and his
wife, Tina, have two sons, Davit and Saba … Owns Buckhead Bottle Bar in Atlanta … Born in Tbilisi, Georgia … Nickname is "Z" … Played
with the Georgian National Team the last five summers … Took business classes at Georgia State in 2009 and 2011 … Shares his fashion
tips in the Hawks team magazine, 360, and serves as the Style Editor for HOOP Magazine … Began playing for Ulker when he was 15 years
old in 1999 … Names Al Pacino, Robert DeNiro and Sasha Baron-Cohen as his favorite actors … Also likes tennis and soccer (AC Milan is
his favorite team) … Lists Jay-Z and 50 Cent as his favorite musical artists.
JANNERO PARGO                                    #7        6-1           185        10/22/79           Arkansas                       8th year

   G            GS              PPG               RPG              APG             SPG           BPG           MPG          FG%       3FG%         FT%

   19           0               3.9               1.3              1.5             0.2           0.0           11.8         .400       .306        1.000

LAST FIVE GAMES3FGs              FT

       OPP             MIN               PTS               REBS            ASTS            STLS         BLKS               FGs        3FGs          FTs
1/20 @Phil            12:28                  4                 2               1             0             0               2-5         0-2          0-0
1/21 v/Cle            14:53                  14                2               6             1             0               6-9         2-3          0-0
1/23 @Milw             6:34                  4                 0               0             0             0               2-3         0-1          0-0
1/25 @SA               5:33                  0                 1               1             0             0               0-3         0-1          0-0
1/27 @Det              DNP              Coach’s          Decision
SEASON               24 @NJ            14 v/Clev          5 v/NJ          6 v/Clev         1 (4x)        N/A             6 v/Clev     2 (3x)       2 (2x)
HIGHS                (12/27)            (1/21)            (12/30)          (1/21)                                         (1/21)

CAREER                46 @Sea          34 v/Milw          12 @GS           9 (2x)         5 @Dall       2 @Clev         13 v/Milw    7 v/Milw     9 v/Chi
HIGHS               (12/26/06)         (3/26/04)         (12/9/06)                       (3/17/10)     (3/16/04)        (3/26/04)   (3/26/04)    (12/1/06)


NOTABLE: Posted 14 pts (6-9 FGs, 2-3 3FGs), 6 assts, 2 rebs and 1 stl v/Clev (1/21), setting or tying season-highs in pts, assts, FGM and
3FGM … Knocked down 4-4 FGs on his way to 8 pts, 1 reb and 1 asst v/Port (1/18) … Scored 9 pts @Char on 1/6 (3-6 FGs, 1-4 3FGs, 2-2
FTs), while adding 3 assts … Tallied 4 pts, a season-high 5 rebs and 5 assts v/NJ (12/30) … Had 6 pts (2-3 3FGs), 3 assts, 3 rebs and 1
stl @NJ (12/27) in his Hawks debut … Made his 1,000th career FG @Phil (1/20) … Signed with the Hawks as a free agent on 12/20.
FREE THROWS: He and his wife, Malaysia, have a son, Jannero Jr. … His mother, Charlie Mae Pargo, resides in Chicago … Has one older
sister, Kizzy, and one younger brother, Jeremy, who played point guard at Gonzaga … Studied sociology at the University of Arkansas …
Enjoys playing tennis and football … Person he admires most is his mother … Lists his greatest personal achievement as making it to the
NBA … His favorite non-NBA professional sports teams are the Chicago Bears, Blackhawks and White Sox … Enjoys listening to Rap and
R&B … Helped Slidell, La. native, and former Bulls teammate, Chris Duhon collect supplies for Hurricane Katrina victims during the
summer of 2005 … Through his Jannero Pargo Foundation, he has conducted basketball clinics since 2006, and is actively involved in
leading the camps each summer in Springdale, Ark.


VLADIMIR RADMANOVIC                              #77       6-10          235        11/19/80                          Serbia          11th year

   G            GS              PPG               RPG              APG             SPG           BPG           MPG          FG%       3FG%         FT%

   19           3               6.0               3.1              1.6             0.7           0.4           18.3         .376       .413        .857

LAST FIVE GAMES3FGs              FT

       OPP            MIN               PTS              REBS             ASTS            STLS           BLKS              FGs       3FGs          FTs
1/20 @Phil           16:37               3                 3                   2             0             0               1-4        1-4           0-0
1/21 v/Cle            6:13               6                 1                   0             0             0               2-2        2-2           0-0
1/23 @Milw            7:51               6                 0                   0             1             0               2-3        2-3           0-0
1/25 @SA             17:20               2                 3                   0             0             1               0-2        0-2           2-2
1/27 @Det             3:07               0                 0                   0             0             0               0-0        0-0           0-0
SEASON               39 @NJ           17 (2x)           8 v/Char           5 @NJ           4 @NJ         1 (8x)           5 (2x)    5 v/Chi       5 v/Mia
HIGHS                 (1/9)                              (1/12)           (12/27)         (12/27)                                    (1/7)         (1/5)

CAREER              53 @Phoe           30 @NY            14 (2x)          6 (4x)          5 (2x)        4 v/Mia          11 (3x)     8 (2x)        7 (4x)
HIGHS               (1/22/06)         (1/8/06)                                                         (12/7/01)


NOTABLE: Ranks 28th in the NBA in 3FG% … Scored in double-figures 4 times … Averaging 8.0 ppg, 5.7 rpg and 1.7 apg (.320 FG%, .333
3FG%, 1.000 FT%) in his 3 starting assignments … Had 7 pts, a season-best 8 rebs, 3 assts, 1 stl and 1 blk v/Char (1/12) … Made his
first start of the year @NJ (1/9), finishing with 14 pts (4-11 3FGs, 2-2 FTs), 6 rebs, 2 assts and 1 stl in a season-high 39 mins (0 TOs) …
Knocked down a season-best 5-5 3FGs on his way to 17 pts (tied season-high), 3 assts, 2 stls and 1 reb v/Chi (1/7) … Led the Hawks in
scoring on opening night @NJ (12/27) with 17 (5-9 FGs, 3-5 3FGs, 4-4 FTs), adding 3 rebs and season-highs of 5 assts and 4 stls …
Signed with Atlanta as a free agent on 12/9.
FREE THROWS: The son of Stevan and Andjelka Radmanovic … Has an older sister, Tatjana … Favorite travel destinations are tropical
locales including Hawaii, Mexico and the Dominican Republic … Participated in the NBA’s Basketball Without Borders program in South
Africa in 2009 and 2010 … In the spring of 2010, The Vladi Radmanovic Children’s Foundation held their annual “Crossing Oceans For
Children” dinner and auction at San Francisco’s St. John The Baptist Sebian Church to benefit displaced children in Serbia-Montenegro …
Avid cook, best dish is seafood pasta … Enjoys American movies and lists “Braveheart” as his all-time favorite … Was a beneficiary of
UNICEF’s efforts as a child growing up in Yugoslavia and now works with the organization … Visited two Belgrade orphanages during the
summer of 2007 and started the Vladimir Radmanovic Foundation to support orphanages in both the United States and Serbia.
JOSH SMITH                       #5             6-9        225         12/5/85              Oak Hill Academy                     8th year

   G            GS             PPG               RPG             APG              SPG         BPG         MPG         FG%        3FG%         FT%

   20           20             16.3                9.3           3.4               1.4           1.9       34.8        .474       .188        .537

LAST FIVE GAMES3FGs              FT

    OPP               MIN                 PTS              REBS           ASTS             STLS          BLKS          FGs         3FGs          FTs
1/20 @Phil           32:05                10                 6                4              0             2           5-15         0-1          0-0
1/21 v/Cle           27:54                 8                11                5              4             1            2-9         0-1          4-6
1/23 @Milw           40:09                19                13                4              1             3           7-14         1-1          4-5
1/25 @SA             30:40                13                 5                1              2             1           6-17         0-1          1-2
1/27 @Det            43:32                19                11                8              1             3           6-16         1-2          6-8
SEASON               42 (3x)           30 v/Char          15 v/Tor       8 @Det            4 (2x)       6 v/Chi      14 v/Char     1 (3x)       6 (2x)
HIGHS                                    (1/12)            (1/16)        (1/27)                          (1/7)         (1/12)

CAREER            51 v/Mia              38 @Milw         22 v/Hou        11 v/Det         7 v/Dall      10 @Dall    15 v/Wash      4 (2x)     12 @Milw
HIGHS            (11/18/06)            (11/17/07)        (3/12/08)      (3/13/10)        (2/26/10)     (12/18/04)   (1/11/08)                (11/17/07)


NOTABLE: Ranks 10th in the NBA in bpg, 15th in rpg, t23rd in spg, 28th in ppg and t40th in FG% … Also ranks 7th in def. rpg (7.5) and t14th
in FGM (136) … Has 9 double-doubles on the year (t10th in the NBA) … Owns 5 20-point outings, including 1 30-point game (Hawks are 5-
0) … Dished out season-high 8 assts to go along with 19 pts, 11 rebs, 3 blks and 1 stl @Det (1/27) … Went for 28 pts (13-19 FGs, 2-4
FTs), a season-best 15 rebs, 2 assts and 1 blk v/Tor (1/16) … Put in a season-high 30 pts (season-best 14-22 FGs, 2-6 FTs) v/Char
(1/12), adding 13 rebs, 3 assts and 1 stl … Scored 26 pts @NJ on 10-14 FGs and 6-11 FTs (season-high tying FTM), also posting 6 rebs, 4
assts and 3 stls … Tallied 25 pts, 6 blks, 5 rebs, 5 assts and 4 stls (11-17 FGs, 1-1 3FGs, 2-2 FTs) v/Chi (1/7), setting or tying season-
highs in stls and blks … Blocked his 1,200th career shot @Char (1/6) … Made career FG 3,000 @Chi (1/3) and scored his 8,000th point
v/Char (1/12).
FREE THROWS: Josh Smith was born Dec. 5, 1985 in College Park, GA … He and wife Alexandria have a daughter, Genesis, and a son,
Josh … Son of Paulette and Pete Smith … Has a brother, Walter and three sisters: Phebe, Kasola and Shanti … Phebe was a star player at
Columbus State, where she was named Peach Belt Conf. Player of the Year in 2009 and 2010 … Nicknamed "J-Smoove" … Awarded the
2010 Jason Collier Memorial Trophy for his work in the community … Active in several team-related and non-team-related community
ventures … Continued his tradition of hosting and serving a Thanksgiving meal for 200 women and children from My Sister’s House last
November … In 2010, paid the living expenses for the family of slain McEachern HS student Rajaan Bennett for six months.


JERRY STACKHOUSE                                #42        6-6         218          11/5/74            North Carolina            17th year

   G            GS             PPG               RPG             APG              SPG         BPG         MPG         FG%        3FG%         FT%

   7            0                3.0               0.9           0.6               0.1           0.1       5.4         .375       .500        1.000

LAST FIVE GAMES3FGs              FT

       OPP             MIN                PTS              REBS              ASTS           STLS         BLKS         FGs        3FGs          FTs
1/20 @Phil             3:29                 0                1                 0                 1         0          0-1         0-0          0-0
1/21 v/Cle             6:27                 6                0                 0                 0         0          1-3         0-1          4-4
1/23 @Milw             DNP               Coach’s          Decision
1/25 @SA               5:33                 5                2                 1                 0         1          2-4         1-1          0-0
1/27 @Det              DNP               Coach’s          Decision
SEASON                7 @Ind             8 @Ind            2 (2x)            1 (4x)        1 @Phil       1 @SA       2 (2x)      1 (2x)      4 v/Clev
HIGHS                 (1/11)             (1/11)                                            (1/20)        (1/25)                               (1/21)

CAREER                53 @Bos           57 @Chi           15 v/Utah      13 v/NY          7 v/Wash       5 (3x)     21 @Chi      6 (4x)      18 (2x)
HIGHS                (1/22/97)          (4/3/01)         (12/20/95)     (12/13/01         (1/14/00)                 (4/3/01)


NOTABLE: Tallied 5 pts (2-4 FGs, 1-1 3FGs), 2 rebs, 1 asst and 1 blk @SA (1/25), setting or tying season-highs in FGM, 3FGM, rebs, assts
and blks … Scored 6 pts (1-3 FGs, season-best 4-4 FTs) v/Clev (1/21) … Posted 1 reb and 1 stl @Phil (1/20) … Had 2 pts (1-2 FGs) and 1
asst v/Char (1/12) … Recorded season-highs of 8 pts, 2 rebs (tied) and 1 asst (tied), hitting 2-4 FGs (1-1 3FGs) and 3-3 FTs @Ind (1/11) …
Picked up 1 reb and 1 asst @NJ (12/27) in his Hawks debut … Signed with Atlanta as a free agent on 12/9.
FREE THROWS: Full name is Jerry Darnell Stackhouse … Married to Ramirra Marks … Has three children, Jaye, Alexis and Antonio …
The youngest of 11 children … Received his bachelor's degree in African American Studies on December 18, 1999 … Among his
community service endeavors are the American Diabetes Association, Children's Miracle Network, American Cancer Society and the Boys
& Girls Club … Named to the Board of Trustee’s for the Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan, becoming the youngest person in the country
to serve on the board of a major hospital system … Eats gummy bears before every game, a tradition started by his mother when he was in
high school … Lists "Menace II Society," "A Few Good Men" and "Silence of the Lambs" as his favorite movies … Favorite foods include fried
chicken, steak and spaghetti … Has his own website, jerrystackhouse.com.
JEFF TEAGUE                      #0           6-2        181          6/10/88          Wake Forest                           3rd year

   G            GS               PPG           RPG              APG             SPG        BPG        MPG        FG%          3FG%         FT%

   20           20              12.4             2.2            5.3             2.1         0.5       34.1        .478        .405         .679

LAST FIVE GAMES3FGs              FT

     OPP               MIN               PTS             REBS            ASTS         STLS         BLKS         FGs          3FGs          FTs
1/20 @Phil            32:03              12                0                6           5             0         5-10         1-3           1-2
1/21 v/Cle            26:40              14                0                5           2             0         5-8          0-1           4-5
1/23 @Milw            41:26              15                6                5           0             0         7-15         0-1           1-1
1/25 @SA              29:23              20                5                0           3             1         9-13         1-3           1-2
1/27 @Det             21:17               2                0                3           1             1         1-3          0-0           0-0
SEASON               47 v/Mia          22 v/NJ           6 (2x)        10 v/Min       5 (3x)        1 (9x)     9 (2x)       3 (2x)       7 v/Port
HIGHS                  (1/5)           (12/30)                          (1/14)                                                            (1/18)

CAREER               48 v/Clev         24 (2x)           8 v/Ind       15 v/Clev      5 (4x)       3 v/Port    11 (2x)      4 v/Chi       7 (2x)
HIGHS                (4/14/10)                         (12/11/10)      (4/14/10)                  (3/12/11)                (3/22/11)


NOTABLE: Third in the NBA in total steals (42), while ranking 5th in spg, 12th in STL/TO ratio (0.86), t22nd in apg, 32nd in 3FG% and t36th
in FG% … Owns 4 20-point efforts (Hawks are 3-1) … Has 1 double-double … Recorded 20 pts (season-high tying 9-13 FGs, 1-3 3FGs, 1-2
FTs), 5 rebs, 3 stls and 1 blk @SA (1/25) … Hit 3-5 FGs and a career-high tying 7-8 FTs for 13 pts, 5 assts, 1 reb and 1 blk v/Port (1/18)
… Dished out a season-best 10 assts to go along with 20 pts, 3 rebs, 3 stls and 1 blk v/Minn (1/14) … Grabbed a season-best tying 6 rebs
v/Char (1/12), adding 16 pts, 7 assts, 1 stl and 1 blk … Knocked down 8-13 FGs, a season-high-tying 3-3 3FGs and 1-2 FTs for 20 pts
@NJ (1/9), adding 4 assts, 3 rebs, 2 stls and 1 blk … Posted 12 pts, 8 assts, a career-high tying 5 stls (also v/Mia on 1/5 and @Phil on
1/20) and 2 rebs v/Chi (1/7) … Finished with 22 pts, 6 assts, 2 stls and 1 reb (9-12 FGs, 4-5 FTs) v/NJ (12/30), reaching season-highs in
pts and FGM (tied).
FREE THROWS: Jeffrey Demarco Teague was born June 10, 1988 in Indianapolis, Indiana … Son of Shawn and Carol Teague … Has two
brothers and two sisters … Brother Marquis is a freshman guard for Kentucky … Father played at Missouri and Boston University, where
he was coached by Rick Pitino … Majored in religion at Wake Forest … Favorite movie is “American Gangster,” while Denzel Washington is
his top actor … Enjoys listening to R&B and hip-hop, especially Jay-Z … A big fan of his hometown Indianapolis Colts … Would like to
meet Muhammad Ali … Says he is afraid of haunted houses.


MARVIN WILLIAMS                               #24        6-9          245        6/19/86          North Carolina                        7th year

   G            GS               PPG           RPG              APG             SPG        BPG        MPG        FG%          3FG%         FT%

   17           17              10.4             6.1            1.2             0.6         0.2       24.3        .425        .474         .750

LAST FIVE GAMES3FGs              FT

     OPP               MIN               PTS             REBS            ASTS         STLS         BLKS          FGs         3FGs          FTs
1/20 @Phil             26:15              4                 5               2           1             0          2-9          0-0          0-0
1/21 v/Cle             20:16              12                3               1           0             1          5-6          1-2          1-2

1/23 @Milw             22:27              8                 4               1           2             0          3-7          0-2          2-2
1/25 @SA               27:14              8                 9               1           0             1          3-6          2-3          0-0
1/27 @Det              34:57              22                8               1           0             0          6-9          5-6          5-8
SEASON               35 @Det           22 @Det            9 (3x)         3 @NJ        2 (3x)       1 (4x)       6 (2x)      5 @Det      7 v/Wash
HIGHS                 (1/27)            (1/27)                          (12/27)                                             (1/27)       (12/28)

CAREER               51 @Phil           33 @Sea          15 @Dall       7 v/Det       4 (3x)       4 (2x)      13 v/Hou     5 @Det      18 @Char
HIGHS                (4/8/07)          (1/25/08)        (12/5/09)      (1/12/07)                              (11/20/09)    (1/27/12)   (2/6/09)


NOTABLE: Scored in double-figures 8 times, including 1 20-point effort … Knocked down a career-best 5-6 3FGs on his way to a season-
high 22 pts (season-high tying 6-9 FGs, 5-8 FTs) @Det (1/27), adding 8 rebs and 1 asst … Finished with 15 pts, 9 rebs, 1 asst and 1 stl
@Char (1/6), tying season-high in rebs … Put in 17 pts (4-8 FGs, 2-3 3FGs, season-best 7-10 FTs) v/Wash (12/28), also recording 8 rebs,
2 assts, 2 stls (tied season-best) and 1 blk … Scored 14 pts and recorded season-highs of 9 rebs (tied), 3 assts and 2 stls (tied) on opening
night @NJ (12/27) … Missed 3 games (1/9 – 1/12) due to a sprained left ankle.
FREE THROWS: Marvin Gaye Williams, Jr. was in Bremerton, Washington … Son of Andrea Gittens and Marvin Williams, Sr. … Has two
brothers, Demetrius and J'Tonn … College teammate of current or former NBA players Sean May, Raymond Felton and Rashad McCants
… Received the 2011 Jason Collier Memorial Trophy for his work as a community ambassador, his second time winning the award (2008)
… Traveled to Senegal this summer as part of the NBA’s Basketball Without Borders … Currently serves on the Special Olympics Georgia
Honorary Board, and as a spokesperson for the organization’s “r-Word” campaign … Has co-hosted several “Flicks & Kicks” holiday events,
taking a group of children to dinner and a movie, and passing out gifts.
THE LAST TIME… (marks set this season in Bold)

                               A HAWK                             AN OPPONENT
SCORED 30-39 PTS               Johnson (30) @Det, 1/27/12         Love (30), Minn, 1/14/12
SCORED 40-49 PTS               Johnson (40) @Chi, 12/19/09        James (43), Mia, 3/18/11
SCORED 50+ PTS                 Abdur-Rahim (50) v/Det, 11/23/01   Iverson (53), Phil, 12/23/05
HAD 15-19 REBS                 Smith (15) v/Tor, 1/16/12          Brand (16), Phil, 1/20/12
HAD 20-24 REBS                 Horford (20) v/Dall, 11/20/10      Howard (20), Orl, 12/20/10
HAD 25-29 REBS                 Mutombo (29) v/Tor, 1/31/01        Duncan (27), SA, 1/27/10
HAD 30+ REBS                   Willis (33) v/Wash, 2/19/92        Nater (33), Milw, 12/19/76
HAD 10-14 ASSTS                Teague (10), v/Minn, 1/14/12       Jennings (11), Milw, 1/23/12
HAD 15-19 ASSTS                Teague (15) v/Clev, 4/14/10        Lowry (18), Hou, 12/31/11
HAD 20+ ASSTS                  Blaylock (23) v/Utah, 3/6/93       Van Exel (20), Den, 11/8/99
HAD 5+ STLS                    Teague (5) @Phil, 1/20/12          Matthews (5), Port, 1/18/12
HAD 10+ BLKS                   Smith (10) @Dall, 12/18/04         Clark (12), Tor, 3/23/01
MADE 15-19 FGs                 Johnson (15) v/Tor, 2/2/11         James (16), Mia, 3/18/11
MADE 20+ FGs                   Abdur-Rahim (21) v/Det, 11/23/01   Iverson (20), Phil, 11/29/03
MADE 5+ 3FGM                   Williams (5) @Det, 1/27/12         Bonner (5), SA, 1/25/12
MADE 15-19 FTs                 Williams (18) @Char, 2/6/09        Anthony (15), Den, 11/7/09
MADE 20+ FTs                   Wilkins (20) @NY, 3/2/93           Wade (20), Mia, 12/19/07
HAD A TRIPLE-DOUBLE            Smith @Tor, 11/28/10               Westbrook @OKC, 12/31/10
HAD A 20-20 (PTS/REBS)         Horford (20/20) v/Dall, 11/20/10   Duncan (21/27), SA, 1/27/10
HAD A 30-20 (PTS/REBS)         Beaty (33/20) v/Phil, 1/23/66      Nater (30/33), Milw, 12/19/76
HAD A 20-30 (PTS/REBS)         Willis (20/33) v/Wash, 2/19/92     Nater (30/33), Milw, 12/19/76
FOUR-POINT PLAY                Hinrich @Chi, 3/11/11              Morrow, NJ, 1/9/12


TEAM
SCORED 120-129 PTS             v/Clev (121), 1/21/12              GS (122), 3/5/10
SCORED 130-139 PTS             v/NJ (130), 12/13/09               GS (135), 3/4/08
SCORED 140-149 PTS             v/Tor (146), 12/2/09               NJ (140), 2/13/91
SCORED 150+ PTS                @SD (155), 2/11/70                 Cin (156), 12/5/69
SHOT 60% FGs                   v/Milw (.630), 3/15/11             Phoe (.642), 1/29/08
WON BY 20-29 PTS               v/Clev (27, 121-94), 1/21/12       SA (22, 105-83), 1/25/12
WON BY 30-39 PTS               v/Char (30, 111-81), 1/12/12       Wash (32, 115-83), 4/9/11
WON BY 40+ PTS                 v/Det (44, 141-97), 2/7/94         NO (41, 100-59), 1/21/11


HAWKS
WON FIVE STRAIGHT              1/2/11 – 1/12/11 (5)
WON 10 STRAIGHT                4/9/10 – 11/5/10 (10)
WON 5 STRAIGHT AT HOME         1/7/12 – current (6)
WON 10 STRAIGHT AT HOME        11/25/10 – 1/8/11 (10)
WON 15 STRAIGHT AT HOME        11/12/96 – 2/12/97 (20)
WON 20 STRAIGHT AT HOME        11/12/96 – 2/12/97 (20)
WON 5 STRAIGHT ON THE ROAD     1/2/11 – 1/22/11 (6)
WON 10 STRAIGHT ON THE ROAD    N/A
LOST 5 STRAIGHT ON THE ROAD    12/10/10 – 12/26/10 (5)
LOST 10 STRAIGHT ON THE ROAD   2/20/07 – 11/17/07 (17)
A PDF of the 2011-12 Hawks media guide is available on NBA Media Central (nba.com/media). Below are additional bios not
contained in the PDF media guide.

WILLIE GREEN                                  #33
Guard, 6-3, 201
9th Year
College: Detroit Mercy
High School: Cooley HS (Detroit, MI)
Birthdate: 7/28/81 in Detroit, MI
Signed with Atlanta as a free agent on December 22, 2011 • Selected by the Seattle SuperSonics in the second round (#41 overall)
of the 2003 NBA Draft and was traded to the Philadelphia 76ers on draft night for Paccelis Morlende • Traded by Philadelphia with
Jason Smith to the New Orleans Hornets for Craig Brackins and Darius Songaila on September 23, 2010 • Saw action in 77
games (13 starting assignments) for New Orleans last season, averaging 8.7 ppg, 2.1 rpg and 1.0 apg (.443 FG%, a career-best
.348 3FG%, .780 FT%) • Recorded 12.2 ppg, 2.5 rpg and 1.3 apg (.486 FG%, .325 3FG%, .800 FT%) as a starter • In 499 career
NBA games (224 starting assignments) has averages of 9.3 ppg , 1.9 rpg and 1.6 apg in 21.8 mpg (.425 FG%, .322 3FG%, .756
FT%) with Philadelphia and New Orleans • Owns career averages of 11.9 ppg, 2.3 rpg and 2.2 apg (.439 FG%, .314 3FG%, .764
FT%) in his 224 starts and 7.1 ppg, 1.6 rpg and 1.1 apg (.406 FG%, .331 3FG%, .747 FT%) in 275 games off the bench • Scored
over 10 ppg twice during his career (2006-07 and 2007-08) • Has played in 23 career postseason games (12 starting assignments)
with Philadelphia and New Orleans, averaging 7.0 ppg, 1.2 rpg and 1.1 apg (.417 FG%, .676 FT%) • Came off the bench in 6
playoff games for New Orleans in 2011, posting 5.7 ppg on .389 FG% and .571 FT% • Averaged 14.3 ppg, 4.2 rpg and 2.2 apg in
124 games over four seasons at Detroit Mercy (1999-03) • Full name is Willie James Green • Attended Cooley High School in
Detroit, Mich., where he was coached by his uncle, Gary Green, who played basketball at Eastern Michigan (1977-79) • Enjoys
bowling in his free time • Wears size 14 basketball sneaker • Has twice hosted a book drive to benefit Philadelphia READS in
conjunction with “Drive for Kids” • In March 2004, hosted “Rook for Books” • During March 2005, helped promote literacy
through “Willie's Book Drive” • As part of Willie Green’s Back to School Night (3/19/05), fans donated 952 books to Willie’s Book
Drive and Green hosted a meet-and-greet following the game • Has participated in the NBA’s Basketball without Borders in Africa.


IVAN JOHNSON                                  #44
Forward, 6-8, 230
Rookie
College: Cal State San Bernadino
High School: Fox Tech (San Antonio, TX)
Birthdate: 4/10/84 in San Antonio, TX

Signed with the Hawks on December 9, 2011 • Played in 49 games last season (42 starts) with the Erie BayHawks of the NBA D-
League, and averaged 22.6 ppg, 7.8 rpg, 3.2 apg and 1.8 spg in 31.3 mpg (.541 FG%, .772 FT%) • Earned First Team All D-League
honors, finishing third in the league in scoring • In three playoff games with the BayHawks, put up 23.0 ppg, 9.0 rpg, 3.0 apg, 1.3
spg and 1.0 bpg in 37.0 mpg (.565 FG%, .429 3FG%, .778 FT%) • In the second-best offensive performance of the season in the D-
League, scored 46 points on 17-22 FGs and 12-13 FTs against Maine on 1/14/11 (30 in the first half) • First-round pick (15th
overall) of Erie in the 2010 D-League Draft • Has also played in China, South Korea and Puerto Rico • Finished up his collegiate
career at Cal State San Bernadino in 2006-07, where he averaged 15.5 ppg and 4.7 rpg (.570 FG%) • Scored 20-or-more-points
nine times • Led team with 19 points and six boards vs. eventual Division II champion Barton in the national semifinals • Earned
First Team All-CCCA honors as a senior, and was named Second Team All-West Region by the NABC • As a junior in 2005-06,
played at Oregon, averaging 7.5 ppg and 3.2 rpg in 16.1 mpg (.500 FG%, .634 FT%) • Started six games • Matched season-high of
16 points and set season-high with 10 boards vs. Washington in the first round of the Pac-10 Tournament • Attended Los Angeles
Southwest JC in 2004-05, and put up 22.3 ppg, 12.2 rpg and 2.4 bpg, leading all California JUCOs in rebounding, ranking eighth
in scoring • Named All-State and helped led team to state regional finals • In freshman season (2002-03), went to Cisco JC in
Texas, starting the first nine games of the season • Born Ivan W. Johnson on April 10, 1984 in San Antonio, TX • Attended Fox
Tech High School in San Antonio.
JANNERO PARGO                                 #7
Guard, 6-1, 185
8th Year
College: Arkansas
High School: Paul Robeson, Chicago, IL
Birthdate: 10/22/79 in Chicago, IL

Signed with Atlanta as a free agent on December 20, 2011 • Signed with the Bulls on March 20, 2011, but didn’t appear in a
game last season • In 379 career NBA games (18 starting assignments) owns averages of 6.6 ppg , 2.0 apg and 1.5 rpg in 15.7
mpg (.388 FG%, .349 3FG%, .861 FT%) with the L.A. Lakers, Toronto, Chicago and New Orleans • Tied for the NBA lead in games
played (82) during the 2006-07 season with New Orleans/Oklahoma City • In his 18 career starts, has put up 15.6 ppg, 5.3 apg,
2.9 rpg and 1.3 spg (.402 FG%, .813 FT%) • Has played in 35 career postseason games off the bench with the L.A. Lakers, Chicago
and New Orleans, averaging 6.2 ppg, 1.6 apg and 1.4 rpg (.370 FG%, .371 3FG%, .711 FT%) • Averaged 14.4 ppg and 2.8 apg in
60 collegiate games at Arkansas • Named Third Team All-SEC in both of his seasons at with the Razorbacks • Finished his career
ranked 2nd in school history in 3FG% (.425), 5th in 3FGM (168) and 7th in 3FGA (395) • He and his wife, Malaysia, have a son,
Jannero Jr. • His mother, Charlie Mae Pargo, resides in Chicago • Has one older sister, Kizzy, and one younger brother, Jeremy,
who played point guard at Gonzaga and is currently a rookie with Memphis • Studied sociology at the University of Arkansas,
where he and Joe Johnson were teammates for one season • Enjoys playing tennis and football • Person he admires most is his
mother • Lists his greatest personal achievement as making it to the NBA •His favorite non-NBA professional sports teams are the
Chicago Bears, Blackhawks and White Sox • Enjoys listening to Rap and R&B • Helped Slidell, La. native, and former Bulls
teammate, Chris Duhon collect supplies for Hurricane Katrina victims during the summer of 2005 • Through his Jannero Pargo
Foundation, he has conducted basketball clinics since 2006, and is actively involved in leading the camps each summer in
Springdale, AR.


JERRY STACKHOUSE                            #42
Forward/Guard, 6-6, 218
17th Year
College: North Carolina
High School: Oak Hill Academy, Mouth of Wilson, VA
Birthdate: 11/5/74 in Kinston, NC

Signed with Atlanta as a free agent on December 9, 2011 • Selected by the Philadelphia 76ers in the first round (#3 overall) of the
1995 NBA Draft • Traded by Philadelphia with Eric Montross and a 2005 second round draft pick to the Detroit Pistons for Aaron
McKie, Theo Ratliff and a 2003 first round draft pick on December 18, 1997 • Traded by Detroit with Brian Cardinal and Ratko
Varda to the Washington Wizards for Hubert Davis, Richard Hamilton and Bobby Simmons on September 11, 2002 • Traded by
Washington with Devin Harris and Christian Laettner to the Dallas Mavericks for Antawn Jamison on June 24, 2004 • As part of
a 4-team transaction, traded by Dallas with cash to the Memphis Grizzlies on July 9, 2009 • Waived by Memphis on July 10,
2009 • Signed a contract for the rest of the season with the Milwaukee Bucks on January 19, 2010 • Signed as a free agent with
the Miami Heat on October 23, 2010 • Waived by Miami on November 23, 2010 • Played in 7 games (1 start) last season for Miami
after signing as a free agent on 10/23 • Averaged 1.7 ppg and 1.0 rpg (.250 FG%, .714 FT%) before being waived on 11/23 •
Started and saw a season-best 19 mins of action @Mem (11/20), finishing with 2 pts, 1 reb and 1 asst • Recorded season-highs of
5 pts (2-4 FGs, 1-2 3FGs) and 3 rebs in 5 mins v/Phoe (11/17) • In 903 career NBA games (564 starting assignments) has
averages of 17.9 ppg , 3.5 apg, 3.3 rpg, and 0.9 spg in 32.6 mpg (.409 FG%, .307 3FG%, .821 FT%) with Philadelphia, Detroit,
Washington, Dallas, Milwaukee and Miami • Two-time All-Star (1999-00 and 2000-01) with Detroit • Led the NBA in total points
(2,380) while finishing 2nd in ppg (29.8) with the Pistons in 2000-01 • Also led the league in made FTs (666) in 2000-01, while
finishing 5th in both made FGs (774) and made 3FGs (166) • Scored 20-plus ppg 5 times in his career • Named to the 1995-96
NBA All-Rookie First Team • Coming into the 2011-12 season, ranked 13th among active NBA players in career points (16,119)
and 94th overall • Has played in 71 career postseason games with Detroit, Dallas and Milwaukee, averaging 13.8 ppg, 3.2 rpg and
2.5 apg (.372 FG%, .342 3FG%, .830 FT%) • An early entry candidate after two outstanding seasons at North Carolina • As a
sophomore he was named a First Team All-American by the Associated Press and College Player of the Year by Sports Illustrated,
as well the Most Outstanding Player of the Southeast Regional in the 1995 NCAA Tournament • Led the Tar Heels in scoring (19.2
ppg) and rebounding (8.2 rpg) and in steals (50), also averaging 2.7 apg (.517 FG%, .411 3FG%, .712 FT%) • Full name is Jerry
Darnell Stackhouse • Married to Ramirra Marks • Has three children, Jaye, Alexis and Antonio • Born 11/5/74 as the youngest of
11 children • Recieved his bachelor's degree in African American Studies along with Antawn Jamison on 12/18/1999 • Among his
community service endeavors are the American Diabetes Association, Children's Miracle Network, American Cancer Society and
the Boys & Girls Club • Recipient of the NBA’s Community Assist Award in October 2001 • Named to the Board of Trustee’s for
the Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan, becoming the youngest person in the country to serve on the board of a major hospital
system • Eats gummy bears before every game, a tradition started by his mother when he was in high school • Lists "Menace II
Society," "A Few Good Men" and "Silence of the Lambs" as his favorite movies • Favorite foods include fried chicken, steak and
spaghetti • Likes to play pool • Has his own website, jerrystackhouse.com • As a high school senior, averaged 24 points and 8
rebounds per game and led Oak Hill Academy to the mythical high school national championship in 1993, then was named Most
Valuable Player of the McDonald's High School All-America Game.

				
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