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1 day ago Hawks vs. Wizards, Summer League: start time, TV, streaming, radio, game thread
Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports First overall pick Zaccharie Risacher will be in action tonight. The Atlanta Hawks kick off their 2024 Las Vegas Summer League campaign with a game against the Washington Wizards. Please join in the comments below as you follow along. Where, When, and How to Watch and Listen Location: Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, NV Start Time: 9:30 EDT PM TV: ESPN Radio: Sports Radio 92.9 the Game (WZGC-FM) Streaming: YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV, fubo
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1 day ago MLB Mock Draft: Baseball America projects Brody Brecht to Braves at No. 24
Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports The big arm Brecht’s provides the Braves with some significant tools to develop Another hour, another mock draft this time courtesy of Baseball America’s Carlos Collazo. The Baseball America team is working overtime, churning out mock draft after mock draft and this time they have the Braves taking big arm pitcher Brody Brecht out of the University of Iowa. Brecht was a two sport star, a trait the Braves also like, in high school and was set to play wide receiver to for the University of Iowa. Many of the players I’ve heard tied to the Braves (Carson Benge, Ryan Waldschmidt, Jurrangelo Cijntje) simply aren’t available and unless they want to take one of the two available college catchers (Lomavita or Janek), there aren’t many appealing college hitter profiles to choose from after a huge run on that demographic from 13-22. That could lead to a college arm like Brecht, or perhaps another college (or high school) arm from further down the board on an underslot deal. They’ve used that strategy in the past, and names like Braylon Doughty, Luke Holman, Bryce Cunningham, Ben Hess and Levi Sterling could all be interesting fits. When that didn’t quite work out as planned, Brody switched to baseball full time where his talented arm has made him a possible pick for the Braves in the first round. There are issues with control as Brody had a 5.63 BB/9 rate his junior year of college, but he also did strike out nearly 15/9. The arm talent is indisputable, however, with two 70 grade types pitches in his fastball and slider. There is a lot of risk with Brody, as he does have command issues, as well as a lot of reliever risk, but you can’t teach his fastball velocity which, when paired with his slider and developing splitter makes him a very intriguing project and draft pick.
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1 day ago Braylon Doughty connected to Braves in latest MLB Pipeline mock draft
Photo by Tyler Schank/Clarkson Creative/Getty Images Doughty is a rising prospect, ranked No. 36 on Pipeline’s big board Jim Callis posted an interesting mock draft over at MLB Pipeline, though the results for Atlanta are fare from out of the ordinary. Callis has the Atlanta Braves taking Chapparal High School pitcher Braylon Doughty 24th overall, a pick which has been floated quite often and who the Battery Power guys would be pleased with. Doughty is a pretty typical pick for the Braves, as a somewhat undersized righty with a carrying fastball into the mid-90’s and a power slider. He has solid athleticism and is mentioned as having a high makeup, and would be a welcome addition to the organization in any case. However, how the draft shapes up in front of Atlanta is frustrating to say the least if it were to come to fruition. The Braves have been connected to a handful of guys they hope can slide down to No. 24, and recently we’ve heard Wake Forest’s Seaver King, Iowa’s Brody Brecht, and Westlake High School’s Theo Gillen as players they would be interested to see. I’m actually skeptical Gillen and King make it this deep into the draft, but someone has to fall and Callis has King going at 20 and Brecht/Gillen going 22 and 23. As much as I do like Braylon Doughty, and even if the signing bonuses were the same would prefer him straight up to a guy like Jurrangelo Cijntje (projected 15th here), it would be pretty brutal to see three guys that I’m very high on get run right before Atlanta picks. That is, however, the consequence of being good and picking behind teams like the Orioles and the Dodgers who often look for similar profiles in amateur prospects.
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1 day ago Sky defeat Dream again
Photo by Gary Dineen/NBAE via Getty Images A fifth straight loss. The Atlanta Dream lost to the Chicago Sky for the second time in eight days as Chicago defeated Atlanta 78-69. The Dream once again didn’t have an answer for Chicago’s dynamic duo of Chennedy Carter and Angel Reese. Carter scored 19 points and Reese had her 14th straight double-double as she finished with 11 points and 13 rebounds. The loss drops the Dream’s overall record to 7-14 on the season. The injury bug has plagued the Dream severely this season. They were without Rhyne Howard (left ankle), Jordin Canada (right finger) and Aerial Powers (left calf). Howard was the team’s leading scorer for the team before she went down. Her scoring and leadership has been missed on the court. Canada has only played in four games but she was averaging 8.8 points when healthy. Powers has been great for the Dream off the bench this season as she is often times the first player off the bench. The second and third quarter proved to be a turning point in the game. The Dream struggled with turnovers and missed opportunities throughout the game. Atlanta was only able to manage 12 points in the second quarter and 15 in the final quarter. Atlanta only made two three-pointers on the night. Despite the loss, several Atlanta Dream players delivered standout performances. The team’s leading scorer, Allisha Gray, contributed 20 points, showcasing her scoring ability and leadership on the court. Other key players were Haley Hones and Naz Hillmon as they added 12 each. Tina Charles also had nine points and four rebounds. “We got to figure way to keep winning basketball games. I don’t think we did a good job executing down the stretch, so we got to continue to find ways to win basketball games. I think the message right now is to figure out ways to be mentally tough despite when things are not going your way. Right now, we are in a stretch where things are not going our way, and we have to find ways to get better and stay mentally tough and engaged when things aren’t going our way,” said head coach Tanisha Wright.

Sunday Specials in Atlanta

Bar & Restaurant
1314 Glenwood Ave, Atlanta GA, 30316
$20 Sangria pitchers.
Hudson Grille Downtown
120 Marietta St NW, Atlanta GA, 30303
Night Brewing beers and $2.50 High Life 16-ounce cans throughout the week.
2149 Briarcliff Rd NE, Atlanta GA, 30329
half-off appetizers from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the bar. Share a dozen oysters for $7 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. every day of the week.
Bulla Gastrobar
Bar & Restaurant
60 11th Street Northeast, Atlanta GA, 30309
Bar patrons can order $5 small plates of ham croquettes, potato tortillas, or gazpacho. Larger bites starting at $8 include sautéed garlic shrimp and kale salad as well as cheese and charcuterie boards to pair with a glass of wine or a cocktail from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m

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