Atlanta Hawks: Stevenson weighs in on back-to-back situation (updated)

Vivlamore reporting.

I thought I would post a quick blog before Hawks practices opens. I will update with injury news, etc. following practice.

As promised, I did catch up with DeShawn Stevenson to get his side of playing in back-to-backs. I will give you his full quote, but the short answer is he wants to play but understands he needs to listen to the medical staff.

Q. How are your knees?

A. The knees are holding up. It’s a sensitive subject because sometimes I feel like I can play. Your body feels good and you end up hurting it more. I think the staff has been doing a great job with me conditioning wise, eating wise and the back-to-back thing.

Q. Are you OK with not playing in back-to-back games?

A. I’m not OK because I love to play. I’m a warrior. Everybody knows that about me. I love basketball. Just to sit on the bench and see situations, like in Detroit, where I can feel like I can go out there and have an effect and it doesn’t happen. At the same, I think they (team officials) know what to do and I have to take their (advice).”

UPDATE

Guards Devin Harris and Anthony Morrow were medically cleared to return to contact practice and will travel with the Hawks for their two-game road trip. The Hawks play at the Timberwolves Tuesday and the Cavaliers Wednesday.

The Hawks have played short-handed at the position as Harris has missed the past 10 games with a sore left foot and Morrow the past five with a right hip strain.

Coach Larry Drew said he will wait to see how each player responds to Monday’s workout before determining their availability.

“It has been tough trying to move people around,” Drew said. “Some guys are playing more minutes at this stage of the season than I was hoping. Injury put us in that position. Now, we can get in a more familiar rotation.”

Lineup change?

The Hawks have started Lou Williams at shooting guard the past seven games. Drew said he was determined to stick with a good thing as the Hawks won the first four games after moving Williams from the bench.

However, the Hawks have lost three of their past games.

“Yeah, I’m always thinking about that,” Drew said when asked about a possible change. “That’s always in the back of my mind whether it’s time to change some things up. We may need a jolt at this point with our lineup. I don’t know yet. I will keep thinking about it. Maybe something will happen, maybe not.”

Meeting aftermath

Drew said he was pleased with how the team practiced Monday following Sunday’s team meeting to air issues that have affected their recent play.

“I didn’t feel good going into the meeting, particularly because we lost the (Celtics) game,” Drew said. “After the meeting I felt so, so much better than I did after the game because it was very productive meeting. … Had we won the Boston game, that meeting might not have taken place. We do meet as a team but that meeting was different. It was a little bit more personalized.”

Forward Josh Smith the mood of the team has remained the same.

“We’ve lost two games in a row,” Smith said. “We are not going to panic. There are a lot of professionals on this team. We had a good practice and we are ready to get after it (Tuesday) against Minnesota.”

- Chris Vivlamore

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44 comments Add your comment

vava74

January 7th, 2013
11:54 am

Stephenson has been performing adequately. Some match ups are beyond his current abilities but he and his lack of availability on back to backs is not one of our main problems.

Rod from College Park

January 7th, 2013
12:02 pm

“It is incredible how one half of basketball can expose so many weaknesses. Most everything being said about Al, Josh, and Larry Drew are true.”

Only certain bloggers here (Ken Strickland) think this team is some type of wonderful collection of guys. I have said during the winning streak and even when thing were going well this year and last year that these guys will crash and burn in the playoffs. I did not have to see the Boston game to know that. The team is unbalanced, and have no true scores except for Lou Williams. What you saw in the second half against Boston, is the exact thing that you will see in the playoffs if we face teams like them. Our guys will live and die by the jumpshot, and I can more than promise you that those shots will not fall in the playoffs. I could care less how many games they win in the regular season. They will get destroyed in the playoffs by teams who simply play smart, and make the Hawks play to their weaknesses. The blueprint has already been laid. Plus the fact that we still have no leadership on the floor, and have some of the mentally weakest players in the league. One things start going downhill, they continue going downhill and no one steps up to try to stop it, except Josh, and we have all seen where that takes us. Only chance this group has is to get a real floor leader to run the offense, or to trade Al or just don’t resign Josh. No other way around it.

“I have never heard Larry Drew address Horford’s unwillingness to take contested shots. I have never heard him call Horford out by name for lack of effort in boxing out or scrapping for rebounds.”

Neither have I. Glad to know that I’m not the only one that has noticed that.

Rod from College Park

January 7th, 2013
12:06 pm

“Rod, but we also see Josh turn down shots at the rim in favor of a long distance shot by a teammate. It is the make-up of the team.”

Agreed, and I hate that nonsense when Josh does it as well, the only differece is he is usually kiking to Korver, or Lou, or one of our better 3 point shooter’s. He is not kicking to Horford standing behind the 3 point line. Not totally blaming Horford because I continue to want to know why our sets have him standing out there.

Slimjr

January 7th, 2013
12:11 pm

Yawn @ Stevenson……

“I have never heard Larry Drew address Horford’s unwillingness to take contested shots. I have never heard him call Horford out by name for lack of effort in boxing out or scrapping for rebounds.” -Rev in Tampa-

Rev come to think of it your right? hmmmmm

O'Brien

January 7th, 2013
12:13 pm

I’m with vava on this. The only reason (imo) Stevenson’s availability for b2b games is somewhat of a big deal is because of how unbalanced the team is (and to a lesser extent, the injuries to Devin and Morrow).

hfc95

January 7th, 2013
12:15 pm

Bad stretch of games by ATL.

A few things to acknowledge as positive, going forward.

We are still #3 seed in the East. We definitley will be in the playoffs and may be able to get home court the first series.

The Houston Rockets are playing great and with them at #6 in the West they will probobly make the playoffs and that will give us their lottery protected 1st this upcoming draft.

Lets not forget this is a “rebuilding” year and we are still #3 in the East. We have greatly outpaced many of our expectations so far and have financial flexibility moving forward.

Slimjr

January 7th, 2013
12:15 pm

Offensively DeMarcus Cousins is more advanced then Josh,Al and D12…

He’s that good at 22!

Rod from College Park

January 7th, 2013
12:22 pm

Horford is throwing the ball to Josh cause HE supposed to be the face of the team!!!!

Why would you say that. Horford is the two time All Star. Horford has the largest contract of anyone on this team.

“What I DO see tho is more plays being run thru Josh more than Horford!! Even when Josh sits, Horford very seldom get plays run thru him on a regular basis. Heck, the ONLY game I saw the ball go thru Horford was when we won in OKC w/o Josh. Now WHAT DOES THAT TELL U?? It tells me that Drew doent use his players correctly..he is too busy trying to make the wrong players happy!! Grandad’s post said it best how Josh THINKS he is better than he really is and Drew is basically pacifying him.”

You see plays being run thru Josh because that gives us the best chance of getting easy baskets. He is one of the top assist guys on the team, he passes out of the double team well, and he is the only big on the team who can somewhat get his own shot. Horford just does not have that skill set. You saw one or two games of the team playing well going thru Horford, but you fail to remember a whole season of the team playing well running the offense thru Josh. Quoting GRANDAD really gets you no credit. The guy bashes Josh at every occasion, and even has the nerve to talk about how terrible he is defensively, but then praises guys like Kyle Korver and Kirk Hinrich for how smart they are and how good they are defensively. If you can’t see thru that then there is no reason for me to continue debating with you. I you have a crush on Horford, keep defending him, but quoting GRANDAD, speaking about Josh gives you little credibility.

O'Brien

January 7th, 2013
12:23 pm

The Lakers are struggling (15-18), and the rumor is Kobe and Dwight do not get along.

From NY Daily news;

Dwight Howard and Kobe Bryant just can’t get along, and there’s a team in Brooklyn that might be waiting to pick up the pieces. A league source told the Daily News that the Lakers stars got into a heated exchange following a New Year’s Day loss to the 76ers, and Bryant went for a low blow – referencing and agreeing with Shaquille O’Neal’s criticisms of Howard being soft..

Ouch (although I do think Dwight is soft). I wonder if there is some buyers remorse from the Lakers? And would they consider trading him at the deadline?

Any interest, Hawks fans (if the Lakers make him available)? Or are you scared off by his ever changing mind? After all, what if we trade for him, and then he signs with the Mavs or Rockets over the off-season? Would you take the risk and force him to give up $20 mil if he wants to leave?

hfc95

January 7th, 2013
12:41 pm

Pessimistic side..

We have no backup PG with Devin Harris gone missing, and the stress is showing on our offense and Jeff/Lou. We need to cut Mike Scott and get another backup PG because Devin is highly unreliable.

I have been one of the biggest Josh Smith advocates but his play is not all-star caliber. He has been in the league for what? 9 years? He still does not understand he is hurting his team when he shoots some of these shots. Josh REALISTICALLY should be 20 and 10 every night with over 50% FG shooting. LD cant control Josh and if we plan on keeping Josh we need a coach who will hold Josh accountable.

Hawks are 28th in NBA at 70.7% FT shooting, I see no improvement in this category by our two main players Josh and AL.

Im starting to think Josh Smith for Pau Gasol might not be out of the question, Pau is not being utilized properly in the paint by D’antoni and Josh Smith hangs at the 3 anyway, Josh could put up any shot he would like in LA with no backlash(besides Kobe). Pau and AL with ZaZa would be very hard to stop down low. Im not saying I would do it, but I can see this trade moreso now than earlier in the year.

SteveW

January 7th, 2013
12:45 pm

Rod – Now I know you and I do math a little different.

But josh makes 13.2 m this season, Al makes 12 m

Al has never in any season made more Money than josh

Doubt he will in the foreseeable future either

But he did sign a slightly larger contract than Josh in total monetary value, not counting for inflation. So in that you are correct

MsDee

January 7th, 2013
12:46 pm

Rod from CP,

I dont have a crush on Horford, tho he is a cutie pie, I also make facts about him. I’m not the one who says Josh is the face of this team, HE DOES!! He put it out there on the new sports radio station “TheGame” b4 the season even started. He is the one who everyone on the team says is most vocal in the locker rooms and expects plus excepts the challenge to being “the man”. I do believe this is why the team looks to Josh in the game because this is what he asked for. Remember the saying, “Be careful what u ask for, it just might come true”. I give credit to where credit is due. Grandad made MUCH sense in his view of Josh. Very accurate!! Josh DOES think he is better than he really is!! He is NOT smart enough to lead this team ANYWHERE, tho he DOES has the ability. But what good is that when his IQ doesnt match his skills??

SteveW

January 7th, 2013
12:52 pm

Please no gasol! Dudes been playing terrible, tendinitis in both knees, stay away!

Dirk may want out of Dallas. Cuban wants Dwight. Josh and Devin for dirk? Al and Devin for dirk?. Nah, I don’t think I want a 34 year old – unless its pierce. Pp is aging well. Still wouldn’t trade josh or al for pp however

Rod from College Park

January 7th, 2013
12:52 pm

“Ouch (although I do think Dwight is soft). I wonder if there is some buyers remorse from the Lakers? And would they consider trading him at the deadline?”

Dwight is mentally fragile, but is by no means soft (physically). Pau Gasol and a guy who plays for us play soft. The Lakers was a horrible move for him, and his offensive ability is being exposed. I still don’t think is is physically ok, but if everything did check out, I would trade any guy on this team and draft picks to get him.

MsDee

January 7th, 2013
12:53 pm

Rod,

“You see plays being run thru Josh because that gives us the best chance of getting easy baskets.”

Yeah, this may give us the best chance but Josh sucks at that too!! How often does Josh makes those running hooks/jumpers in the lane over smaller defenders???????? These plays SHOULD be ran thru Horford. Horford makes a heck of a lot more points in the paint than Josh. When we were doing well in the mini winning streak, Josh were the one making the great passes to Horford down low..we should go BACK to what worked!!

O'Brien

January 7th, 2013
12:54 pm

SteveW,

When Josh signs his new contract this offseason (assuming he stays with the Hawks), Rod wont be able to use the “Al makes more money than Josh” line.

SteveW

January 7th, 2013
12:55 pm

Slim – no doubt about cousins offensively. Great talent. Most skilled big I know of in the league. Teague and 2 firsts for cousins? Sac needs a pg. Thompson and Hayes can play c for them.
Dunno

Keith

January 7th, 2013
12:57 pm

Rockets Waive Scott Machado…..REALGM.COM

This kid could spell STEVENSON and JEFF TEAGUE…I believe that he, right now, is a better POINT GUARD than JEFF TEAGUE!!!!!

O'Brien

January 7th, 2013
12:58 pm

Buddy,

Saw this online from the Minny paper (talking about DWill2).

The 21-year-old Williams said he is ready when asked if he is better prepared to seize the moment this time. “I think so, maybe a little more focused,” he said. “I’ve been working hard, man. It’s really paying off. You can’t just stop just because you have a little bit of success. Just keep doing what I’m doing and I think I’ll be all right.”

He often is the first Wolves player to arrive before games, meeting assistant coaches Bill Bayno and Shawn Respert 2 1/2 hours or more before opening tip, and often is one of the last to leave the practice floor as well.

A more-than-willing three-point shooter who has been told by coaches to get to the basket more aggressively, Williams has spent much of those before and after sessions working on his midrange shot.

“Just out here getting shots up when nobody else is on the court,” Williams said. “I have the whole court to myself, just trying to knock down shots I know I can make. Earlier in the year, I was missing shots I know I can make. I think a lot of people know I can shoot the three or get to the basket, I’m just working on the midrange game and being able to knock it down.”.

At least he sounds like he is willing to work hard/learn (which to me implies he is better in that regards than Marvin Williams, who some other fans on here have compared him to). It will be interesting to see how he performs with Love out.

O'Brien

January 7th, 2013
1:00 pm

From NBA.com power rankings;

Hawks are 11th this week, down from 7th last week.

Atlanta (20-12)
Pace: 93.8 (17), OffRtg: 102.1 (13), DefRtg: 100.0 (6), NetRtg: +2.1 (11)

The Hawks’ defense was slipping near the end of December, but it was their offense that struggled in their three losses last week. They got to the line just seven times in Houston and then shot just 41 percent against the Pistons and Celtics. Josh Smith shot 4-for-18 on Saturday and has shot just 35 percent against Boston with Kevin Garnett on the floor over the last six seasons..

Rod from College Park

January 7th, 2013
1:00 pm

SteveW

“But he did sign a slightly larger contract than Josh in total monetary value, not counting for inflation. So in that you are correct”

I stated that Horford has the largest contract on the team. Josh was 5 for 58, Horford is 5 for 60. Since the money is guaranteed, if you want to compare the money, you look at the years. In Horford’s year 5 he will make more than Josh did in his year 5. No matter how you look at it Horford has the biggest contract on the team right now.

MsDee

January 7th, 2013
1:02 pm

Rod,

“but if everything did check out, I would trade any guy on this team and draft picks to get him.”

Now why would u do a thing like that??? Dont u want the Hawks to be the ONE place he would LOVE to play for? By trading “any guy on this team plus draft picks” to get him would put him RIGHT back in the Orlando/Lakers situation, WITH NO TEAM SURROUNDING HIM!! I wouldn’t do a darn thing right now. I would let Dwight walk right into Ferry’s office begging to play for his hometown team who went as far as 3rd place with basically a new squad. He WOULD THEN be the face of this team, getting the necessary touches he would need to be effective, while having Lou, Korver, and Jenkins as your primary shooters on the floor!! Yep, I would trade one soul off this team!!

MsDee

January 7th, 2013
1:05 pm

Yep, I would NOT trade one soul off this team!!

Rod from College Park

January 7th, 2013
1:07 pm

O’Brien,

“When Josh signs his new contract this offseason (assuming he stays with the Hawks), Rod wont be able to use the “Al makes more money than Josh” line.”

You never know, based on many gm’s on this blog, Josh is destroying his value, and no team would consider trading for him, so no way he gets Horford and Noah money right? LOL.

Rod from College Park

January 7th, 2013
1:14 pm

“I would let Dwight walk right into Ferry’s office begging to play for his hometown team who went as far as 3rd place with basically a new squad.”

Unfortunatly MsDee, that is not the way the NBA works, or life for that matter. You have to give something to get something. I would trade Al or Josh, plus picks or Teague to get Dwight if he is physically ok. I think the rumored trade was Horford and Teague for Dwight this summer. I would do it in a heartbeat. I know you will think I am picking on Al, so substitute Josh with Al, and I would still do it in a heartbeat.

vava74

January 7th, 2013
1:17 pm

Biggest and crucial upgrade is on COACHING.
Expecting that KK would be able to check PP is lunacy.
Expecting that Doc would sit on his hands after half time is lunacy.
Not playing Zaza and Ivan heavy minutes against Garnett is lunacy.

Rod from College Park

January 7th, 2013
1:18 pm

“Im starting to think Josh Smith for Pau Gasol might not be out of the question, Pau is not being utilized properly in the paint by D’antoni and Josh Smith hangs at the 3 anyway, Josh could put up any shot he would like in LA with no backlash(besides Kobe). Pau and AL with ZaZa would be very hard to stop down low.”

If you don’t think Pau os being used properly in LA, what on god’s green earth makes you think that LD would use him correctly here. Having two bigs who avoid contact like the plague, and play zero defense, would only result in more jumpshots, and the layup line would commence.

Just Joe

January 7th, 2013
1:20 pm

I would sign Scott Machado right away. We have a roster spot, and we have the money. I don’t care if he spends the whole year in the d-league. As of now, we don’t have a single PG under contract for next year (unless you count Lou). Go ahead and get this kid in here, and get him up to speed. Cheap bench players for next year (Jenkins & Machado) will come in handy.

Astro Joe

January 7th, 2013
1:45 pm

OB, I’ve read that the reports about Kobe and Dwight having an altercation are fabricated. That team has a slew of reporters swarming around and there seems to be some skepticism that something like that could have happened a week or so ago with no one hearing about it immediately.

From what I can tell, reporters are asking kobe for his opinion on everything from Jamal’s candidacy as SMOY to what should happen with the debt ceiling debate. I am a big Kobe fan but the way the media treats him like the Almighty is nauseating. Who cares what he thinks about other players in the city? His team is struggling!

Astro Joe

January 7th, 2013
1:56 pm

But I do expect Howard to come running home to his parents after spending a season with Kobe and the high expectations of the Lakers’ fans and media. I think he will look forward to playing in front of patient fans seeking entertainment and playing with teammates who will be content with being the featured act at Philips Arena.

vava74

January 7th, 2013
2:00 pm

I like Machado too.

He is a guy who consistently racks up assists even in few minutes of daylight, which means that he understands, innately, the PG position.

Greivis Vasquez also struggled early in his career but showed promise precisely on that end and now he is looking like a very decent prospect going forward for NHO.

Even if for limited minutes we desperately need a pass first PG.

smittyderf

January 7th, 2013
2:02 pm

I didnt see the Celtics game. Just now I checked the stats which i frequently do after any critical loss. I read that the Hawks blew a 19 pt lead scoring 9(?) points vs. 33 in the 3rd qtr. Then , cause I always am pretty critical of Josh Smith, I saw that for the game he had 6 turnovers and shot 4-15 incl. 5 3pt shots. In this blog I saw the statement that the Hawks run their offense thru him. Hard to believe. Hard to believe that Danny Ferry doesn’t have a realistic view by now on how incapable and immature and undisciplined Smith is and that he has to go, kept in Atlanta so far only by his popularity and the constant comparisons to Dominique.

cdog

January 7th, 2013
2:05 pm

i saw where kobe and dwight howard had an altercation.bryant should be thankful he is not on the hawks team. he would be fighting larry drew and the whole team roster every other night. none of them care about winning.they are the only team besides the bobcats who take winning as a joke.lou williams, drew, teague,josh smith, za za pachulia could care less about winning.they leave the floor grinning after every loss

Astro Joe

January 7th, 2013
2:06 pm

and has shot just 35 percent against Boston with Kevin Garnett on the floor over the last six seasons.

I wonder if Jossh asked KG (when he visited him during the summer), why he is able to f— with his game so much. Or maybe, he just knelt down at KG’s knee and asked the master to teach the grasshopper the secrets of life.

Sameba

January 7th, 2013
2:06 pm

vava74
January 7th, 2013
1:17 pm

Biggest and crucial upgrade is on COACHING.
Expecting that KK would be able to check PP is lunacy.
Expecting that Doc would sit on his hands after half time is lunacy.
Not playing Zaza and Ivan heavy minutes against Garnett is lunacy.
——————————————————————————————————-

I am more and more inclined to think LD dislikes (at the very least) the both guys. Otherwise he should be extremely goofy to coach the way he did in the second half…

Sautee

January 7th, 2013
2:12 pm

“I would sign Scott Machado right away. We have a roster spot, and we have the money.” – Just Joe

Co-sign. Particularly if Devin Harris is a trade possibility at the deadline. We need another point. Lou is a small 2.

SteveW

January 7th, 2013
2:14 pm

Rod – Co-Sign on Dwight. Line against Denver and all their frontcourt folks: 14,26, 4 blocks, with a bum shoulder.

Al, Teague, 2 1st picks if Dwight agreed to sign with us. Prefer to get him through free agency, and give up as little as possible for him. Teague in dantonis system would be a good fit

SteveW

January 7th, 2013
2:17 pm

Ditto machado

Teague playing behind Nash would be ideal for him

cdog

January 7th, 2013
2:49 pm

za za pachulia should be put on the bench and throw away the key. he can’t jump, bloc k shot nor rebound.6;0 guard can shoot and score on him with ease. why is he still on the team?.he would bring a draft pick at the most.if the ball doesn’t come to him he won’t move to get it. if he sits za za more often, the team would win more.pachulia is a waste

Grandad

January 7th, 2013
3:14 pm

I have been a SMachado guy from the git-go.

We need this kid True-Pure-PG;
even if he serves as a developmental back-up.

I truly love this kid`s game.

EmirS.

January 7th, 2013
3:48 pm

Zaza is our Scottie Pippen, our Ron Artest, our Rasheed Wallace, our Stephan Jackson, our KG.

Zaza will not back down from anyone and will get into your face about it. You always need a “thug” on your squad. If Larry f@$%ing Drew would give Ivan some damn minutes when it matters, we’d have two of them to push people around.

Saying Zaza is a waste is pretty shallow minded.

Grandad

January 7th, 2013
4:03 pm

Rod f C.P.

In my estimation – you got what you asked for last eve.

You called me out as being bias … so as stated in that
*’`Blast`’*
against Josh last eve I poured it on.

In doing so:
Tell me one thing I said that was not factual !

You say:
” Quoting GRANDAD really gets you no credit.
The guy bashes Josh at every occasion,
and even has the nerve to talk about how terrible he is defensively ”

-typical of you to take out of context-

I inferred prior to that post;
it was going to be “negative” … (on purpose) … yet truthful.

I have always stated that I like Josh;
further;
that he confounds me.

I have stated on many occasions that he plays hard;
contrasting Josh to JJohnson in that regard.
-Yet-
you say that I consistently bash Josh.

I say that what I do is attempt to balance the negativity
on this blog about Al when mis-information [&/or] sarcasm
is spewed forth. e g ::
*sarcastic … all-star Al
*escort service
*diaperAl or whatever vava used to call him
*etc

Yes, I`ll admit to frustration from Josh – warranted.

In an attempt to balance I`ll come back with a similar critique
of Al at some point although not as scathing admittedly so.

One last item:
about context and staying within;
when I speak of KKorv or Cap`n Kirk defensively
I always reference their positioning within the team concept.
From a coaches eyes these traits are invaluable.

You sir, see basketball purely from a fans perspective.
Highlight reel dunks, spectacular blocks and so on & on we go.
There is much, much more to Winning, Championship Basketball
than the entertainment aspect [r e; Stern product].

Case in point:
LBJ – whom I personnally do not like as an individual,
-However-
I can appreciate LBJ from a perspective which you
would never observe.

Last yr LBJ was roundly criticized for passing up the final,
perhaps [winning] shot in some game or another.
On 2nd glance LBJ made the absolute correct basketball play.
This young man [LBJ] has grown by leaps and bounds in maturity
in just the last two yrs.

Why should I bring up LeBron while discussing Josh ?
-Maybe-
`tis because the light came on for LeBron;
therefore I draw a correlation.
In my humble judgement, Josh has passed the day when
his light will come on.

Rod:
read my words if you choose;
please discern my words accordingly,
but do not change my words.

With all due respect,
G`Dad

Michael

January 7th, 2013
4:41 pm

Danny Ferry was fined 15k for inappropriate interaction with the game officials following the game according to NBATV

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