Week 1: Atlanta Hawks squad is back together for Mini-Camp

This week the Atlanta Hawks was back in action at mini-camp which is a two-week period of practice and team bonding.

“Having everyone together, spending so much time together here in the hotel, and when we’re not here at practice facility, is just really working on bonding these guys on a special level.” said Atlanta Hawks President of Basketball Operations and General Manager Travis Schlenk.

 

Day 1:

John Collins described Mini-Camp after the long layoff.

A lot has happened since we last spoke to John Collins. A few months ago Collins, 23, welcomed his first child. On Thursday Collins spoke to the media after mini camp.

“I think about it more and more everyday. I feel like because of the stuff I see on TV and the stuff he’s going to have to grow up into and I don’t want him to grow feeling like this is normal or feel like this is something natural because it’s not. I feel like it’s my job as a father to lead him the correct way to teach him right from wrong and to hopefully set him on the right path It’s something I definitely I think about everyday, especially as a young Black Man and raising one as well.” said Collins on his perspective on parenthood during the social injustice and racial inequality movement.

Day 2:

Clint Capela spoke about Day 2 of Mini-Camp.

Day 3:

De’Andre Hunter spoke on being ready and getting right for year two.


Stay tuned for further coverage of the Atlanta Hawks Mini Camp.

 

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