Atlanta Hawks 2016 Draft

draytonBy Drayton Hogarth

The NBA season is winding down, and when the NBA Finals are completed some look at it as the end of the 2015-16 season; then there are those who look at it as the beginning of the 2016-17 season.

For those who love the NBA offseason almost as much as the regular season, we all know that free agent signings, player trades, and of course the NBA Draft are right around the corner.

Teams are able to restock their player rosters, as well as give their fans hope and some idea of what to look forward to in the upcoming season.

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Woeful Braves

kippBy Kipp Branch

We are approaching the middle of June and our Atlanta Braves are sitting at 17-42 the worst record in all of MLB. We all knew this was going to be a long year, but did we think it would be this bad?

The Braves fired their manager and I was a supporter of that move but look at the offensive stats through 59 games.

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Should The Braves Trade Teheran?

tj1By: TJ Hartnett

The Braves have already traded Jason Grilli and Kelly Johnson, and logic dictates that they will just be the first of many veteran pieces Atlanta will move this year as they continue to build up their minor league talent base.

There are a handful of players who have question marks by their name as to whether or not they are likely to be elsewhere come September, but the guy getting talked about the most is Julio Teheran.

Trading Julio is an interesting notion, and one that could very well come to pass. The Braves brass have said they’d have to be blown away by an offer to consider trading the young righty. There are certainly pros and cons to the idea.

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NFC South Quarterback Division

jjBy: JJ Lanier

Allow me to be the 1,768,348th person to say the quarterback position is the most important position on the football field. It’s certainly not a new thought, but it’s the truth.

If you’re a fan of the NFC South then you’re in luck, because from top to bottom, it has the strongest quarterback play of any division in football.

You have the reigning MVP in Cam Newton. A future Hall of Famer with Drew Brees. Jameis Winston has an incredibly bright future. And Matt Ryan is not only one of the better second tier quarterbacks around, but he has a nickname made for a beer endorsement.

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