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Hawks' Offense Historically Bad

Charles Rex Arbogast

This one wasn’t just bad. It was franchise-worst bad.

The Hawks scored a meager 20 first-half points, including five points in the second quarter, in an embarrassing 97-58 loss to the Bulls Monday night at the United Center. The final, first-half and second-quarter point totals were the lowest in Atlanta team history.

Following the game, Hawks coach Larry Drew promised lineup changes and said his team has mentally and physically “flat-lined.”

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