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2019 Schedule
2-3, 4th in Southeast
Adams drains deep buzzer-beating 3 (0:29)
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Trae Young drains deep game-winning 3-pointer (0:44)
Len throws one down on Gasol (0:33)
Young's leading pass sets up a dunk for Len (0:28)
Lin block leads to Dorsey 3 (0:25)
Prince goes off in 1st quarter (1:05)
Bembry cuts and throws down the dunk (0:17)
Dorsey keeps Hawks rolling with basket and foul (0:21)
Young's sweet dish sets up posterizing Plumlee jam (0:20)
Young dials in 3 from the top of the arc (0:19)
Trae gets the floater to fall (0:21)
Collins throws down alley-oop from Young (0:23)
Young feeds Collins off backboard for slam (0:26)

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Vince Carter twice in one week (and couldn't have been any nicer). He told me he's a diehard Bucs fan and is definitely looking forward to when they play the Falcons up in Atlanta.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Our preseason BPI ratings predict how many points per game better or worse every team is relative to the NBA average.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Eight-time NBA All-Star Vince Carter, who just signed with the Atlanta Hawks, is at Bucs practice today. Here he is chatting with Mike Evans. "He's going on 21 years in the NBA," said coach Dirk Koetter. "I mean, wow. What a lesson for our guys. A guy that takes care of himself and still looks like he's 25. It was fun to talk to him and have him out here. I know the guys really enjoyed it."


Jacob Wolf ESPN Staff Writer 

NBA 2K League managing director Brendan Donohue discusses the future and expansion of the league, including the potential of future inclusion of international teams in Europe and Asia. In August, the 2K League, which consisted of 17 teams throughout its first season, received commitments from another four NBA teams — the Atlanta Hawks, Brooklyn Nets, Los Angeles Lakers and Minnesota Timberwolves — to join the league next season.

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Carter, 41, not ready to retire but 'nearing end'

Entering his 21st NBA season, 41-year-old Vince Carter, newly signed as a Hawk, still isn't ready to call this season his last. "I love to play, man. I have a young guy's mentality with a 40-year-old body," he says.

Hill: Young showing 'discipline and maturity' (0:56)

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Team Stats

Points Per Game103.425th
Rebounds Per Game41.925th
Assists Per Game23.78th
Points Allowed108.823rd

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