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Hawks Injuries

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  • Brandon Goodwin

    G

    Brandon Goodwin to miss rest of season.

    Out for Season

  • De'Andre Hunter

    F-G

    De'Andre Hunter to undergo season-ending meniscus surgery.

    Out for Season

  • Onyeka Okongwu

    F-C

    Onyeka Okongwu underwent shoulder surgery; expected to miss 6 months.

    Out Indefinitely

Hawks 2021 Schedule

dateopponentscorespreadover/undermoneyline
Jul 6th@MIL----
Jul 4thMILL 107-118-3.5 LO 220MIL -155
Jul 2nd@MILL 112-123+4.5 LO 213MIL +164
Jun 30thMILW 110-88+9 WU 215ATL +320
Jun 28thMILL 102-113+5 LU 224MIL +165
Jun 26th@MILL 91-125+8.5 LU 226MIL +290
Jun 24th@MILW 116-113+8 WO 225ATL +280
Jun 21st@PHIW 103-96+6.5 WU 216ATL +225
Jun 18thPHIL 99-104+3 LU 223PHI +125
Jun 16th@PHIW 109-106+7.5 WU 224.5ATL +255

Atlanta Hawks Player Stats

  • scoring

    Trae Young
    25.3
    ppg
  • rebounding

    Clint Capela
    14.3
    rpg
  • assists

    Trae Young
    9.4
    apg
  • shooting

    Onyeka Okongwu
    64.4
    fg%

Atlanta Hawks

The Atlanta Hawks turned the corner in a major way in the 2020-21 season, making the playoffs for the first time since 2017 and covering the spread at the sixth-best rate in the NBA. Point guard Trae Young headlines a young nucleus that will look to build off their playoff run in seasons to come.

You can shop for the best line for every point spread, over/under, and moneyline -- and more NBA odds -- for every Hawks game on this page. But to better understand those markets, let’s dive into those key terms.

Atlanta Hawks Point Spreads

The Hawks were a bit of a surprise package last season, which helps explain their 39-32-1 record against-the-spread (ATS) last season. The spread is a staple wager on the NBA betting board -- it's a bet on a set margin of victory of the game.

Let’s use an example of a Hawks home game:

The Hawks are the favorites in this game -- the minus sign (-) tells you that -- and a bet on them to cover the spread would win only if Atlanta won by seven points or more. A bet on the underdogs -- as denoted by the plus sign (+) -- would cash if the Hawks won by 6 or less, or lost outright.

Atlanta Hawks Moneylines

By betting the Hawks moneyline, you’re betting the Hawks to win the game. The margin of victory doesn’t matter, just the 'W.' Moneyline odds are straightforward once you understand them, but let’s revisit our earlier example.

We would expect moneyline odds of:

  • Orlando Magic +225
  • Atlanta Hawks -275

The numbers above are how much money a bettor would need to wager to win $100 on the favorite (-), or how much money they would win by betting $100 on the underdog (+). Since the Hawks are -275 favorites, it would take a $275 bet to win $100, while a $100 bet on the underdog Magic would win $225.

Atlanta Hawks Over/Unders

Over/unders, or “totals,” are bets on the total number of points the two teams will combine to score. Oddsmakers will set a number based on the expected number of points, and bettors are able to wager “over” or “under” that total. If the Magic and Hawks combine to score 241 points and the total was set at 240.5 points, over bettors would win. If the total was set at 241.5, that would be a win for the under.

Atlanta Hawks Props

Bettors aren’t limited to whether the Hawks win or lose. Prop bets are the sports betting version of fantasy football, taking only an individual player’s stats into account. For example, you could bet on Trae Young to go over or under a certain number of points or assists on the night, or bet him to score the first basket of the game.

Hawks Futures

Expectations will be high in Atlanta following a deep playoff run, which means bettors will have to shop for the best line to get good odds on Hawks futures bets. Futures are bets that focus on the long term -- for example, the Hawks to win the championship or Trae Young to win MVP.

Hawks Injuries

All NBA Injuries
  • Brandon Goodwin

    G

    Brandon Goodwin to miss rest of season.

    Out for Season

  • De'Andre Hunter

    F-G

    De'Andre Hunter to undergo season-ending meniscus surgery.

    Out for Season

  • Onyeka Okongwu

    F-C

    Onyeka Okongwu underwent shoulder surgery; expected to miss 6 months.

    Out Indefinitely

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Atlanta Hawks

The Atlanta Hawks turned the corner in a major way in the 2020-21 season, making the playoffs for the first time since 2017 and covering the spread at the sixth-best rate in the NBA. Point guard Trae Young headlines a young nucleus that will look to build off their playoff run in seasons to come.

You can shop for the best line for every point spread, over/under, and moneyline -- and more NBA odds -- for every Hawks game on this page. But to better understand those markets, let’s dive into those key terms.

Atlanta Hawks Point Spreads

The Hawks were a bit of a surprise package last season, which helps explain their 39-32-1 record against-the-spread (ATS) last season. The spread is a staple wager on the NBA betting board -- it's a bet on a set margin of victory of the game.

Let’s use an example of a Hawks home game:

The Hawks are the favorites in this game -- the minus sign (-) tells you that -- and a bet on them to cover the spread would win only if Atlanta won by seven points or more. A bet on the underdogs -- as denoted by the plus sign (+) -- would cash if the Hawks won by 6 or less, or lost outright.

Atlanta Hawks Moneylines

By betting the Hawks moneyline, you’re betting the Hawks to win the game. The margin of victory doesn’t matter, just the 'W.' Moneyline odds are straightforward once you understand them, but let’s revisit our earlier example.

We would expect moneyline odds of:

  • Orlando Magic +225
  • Atlanta Hawks -275

The numbers above are how much money a bettor would need to wager to win $100 on the favorite (-), or how much money they would win by betting $100 on the underdog (+). Since the Hawks are -275 favorites, it would take a $275 bet to win $100, while a $100 bet on the underdog Magic would win $225.

Atlanta Hawks Over/Unders

Over/unders, or “totals,” are bets on the total number of points the two teams will combine to score. Oddsmakers will set a number based on the expected number of points, and bettors are able to wager “over” or “under” that total. If the Magic and Hawks combine to score 241 points and the total was set at 240.5 points, over bettors would win. If the total was set at 241.5, that would be a win for the under.

Atlanta Hawks Props

Bettors aren’t limited to whether the Hawks win or lose. Prop bets are the sports betting version of fantasy football, taking only an individual player’s stats into account. For example, you could bet on Trae Young to go over or under a certain number of points or assists on the night, or bet him to score the first basket of the game.

Hawks Futures

Expectations will be high in Atlanta following a deep playoff run, which means bettors will have to shop for the best line to get good odds on Hawks futures bets. Futures are bets that focus on the long term -- for example, the Hawks to win the championship or Trae Young to win MVP.