After 1-4 stretch on road trip, Hawks look for faster starts

Atlanta Journal-Constitution
After 1-4 stretch on road trip, Hawks look for faster starts
After 1-4 stretch on road trip, Hawks look for faster starts

After Sunday's 21-point loss to the Lakers in Los Angeles, which followed Saturday's epic 49-point loss to the Clippers, Hawks coach Lloyd Pierce could tell some of his players were deflated. “A lot of the heads are down in there right now,” Pierce said of the team's locker room Sunday. “We're not going to let that linger. We've got to stay together, we've got to get back in the gym and work and we'll try and find some comfort on Wednesday.” It was a brutal back-to-back for this young Hawks team (4-9), which is missing two of its best weapons in John Collins and Kevin Huerter (who injured his left shoulder in the win in Denver), and a tough west coast road trip overall. The Hawks went 1-4 on

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